Malay Magic Being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of the Malay Peninsula
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Malay Magic Being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of the Malay Peninsula
By Walter W. (Walter William) Skeat
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Table of Contents
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • CHAPTER I
  • Nature
    • (a) Creation of the World
    • (b) Natural Phenomena
  • CHAPTER II
  • Man and his Place in the Universe
    • (a) Creation of Man
    • (b) Sanctity of the Body
    • (c) The Soul
    • (d) Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Souls
  • CHAPTER III
  • Relations with the Supernatural World
    • (a) The Magician
    • (b) High Places
    • (c) Nature of Rites
  • CHAPTER IV
  • The Malay Pantheon
    • (a) Gods
    • (b) Spirits, Demons, and Ghosts
  • CHAPTER V
  • Magic Rites connected with the Several Departments of Nature
    • (a) Air
      • 1. WIND AND WEATHER CHARMS
      • 2. BIRDS AND BIRD CHARMS
    • 1. WIND AND WEATHER CHARMS
    • 2. BIRDS AND BIRD CHARMS
    • (b) Earth
      • 1. BUILDING CEREMONIES AND CHARMS
      • 2. BEASTS AND BEAST CHARMS
      • 3. VEGETATION CHARMS
      • 4. MINERALS AND MINING CHARMS
    • 1. BUILDING CEREMONIES AND CHARMS
    • 2. BEASTS AND BEAST CHARMS
    • 3. VEGETATION CHARMS
    • 4. MINERALS AND MINING CHARMS
    • (c) Water
      • 1. PURIFICATION BY WATER
      • 2. THE SEA, RIVERS, AND STREAMS
      • 3. REPTILES AND REPTILE CHARMS
      • 4. FISHING CEREMONIES
    • 1. PURIFICATION BY WATER
    • 2. THE SEA, RIVERS, AND STREAMS
    • 3. REPTILES AND REPTILE CHARMS
    • 4. FISHING CEREMONIES
    • (d) Fire
      • 1. PRODUCTION OF FIRE
      • 2. FIRE CHARMS
    • 1. PRODUCTION OF FIRE
    • 2. FIRE CHARMS
  • CHAPTER VI
  • Magic Rites as affecting the Life of Man
    • 1. BIRTH-SPIRITS
      • Receipt for securing a Pĕlĕsit
    • Receipt for securing a Pĕlĕsit
    • 2. BIRTH CEREMONIES
    • 3. ADOLESCENCE
    • 4. Personal Ceremonies and Charms
    • 5. BETROTHAL
    • 6. MARRIAGE
    • 7. FUNERALS103
    • 8. MEDICINE
      • The Wave-Offering
      • Badi
      • Tiger Spirit
    • The Wave-Offering
    • Badi
    • Tiger Spirit
    • 9. DANCES, SPORTS, AND GAMES
      • Dance Ceremonies
      • Buffalo Fights and Cock Fights
      • Games
      • Cards
      • Children’s Games
    • Dance Ceremonies
    • Buffalo Fights and Cock Fights
    • Games
    • Cards
    • Children’s Games
    • 10. THEATRICAL EXHIBITIONS
    • 11. WAR AND WEAPONS
    • 12. DIVINATION AND THE BLACK ART
      • Omens and Dreams
      • Charms, Talismans, and Witchcraft
    • Omens and Dreams
    • Charms, Talismans, and Witchcraft
  • APPENDIX
  • CHAPTER I
  • NATURE
    • Creation of the World
      • [i] Introduction to Pawang’s Book1 [Chap. i. p. 2.
      • [ii] Asal Kayangan
    • [i] Introduction to Pawang’s Book1 [Chap. i. p. 2.
    • [ii] Asal Kayangan
  • CHAPTER II
  • MAN AND HIS PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE
    • (a) Creation of Man
      • [iii] Asal Pawang [Chap. i. p. 4. [Chap. ii. p. 19.
      • [iv]
      • [v] (b) Sanctity of the Body [Chap. ii. p. 23.
      • [vi] Mengalih semangat [Chap. vi. p. 454.
      • [vii] Riang Semangat [Chap. ii. p. 48. [Chap. vi. p. 455.
      • [viii] Another Version [Chap. ii. p. 50. [Chap. vi. p. 454.
      • [ix]
    • [iii] Asal Pawang [Chap. i. p. 4. [Chap. ii. p. 19.
    • [iv]
    • [v] (b) Sanctity of the Body [Chap. ii. p. 23.
    • [vi] Mengalih semangat [Chap. vi. p. 454.
    • [vii] Riang Semangat [Chap. ii. p. 48. [Chap. vi. p. 455.
    • [viii] Another Version [Chap. ii. p. 50. [Chap. vi. p. 454.
    • [ix]
  • CHAPTER III
  • RELATIONS WITH THE SUPERNATURAL WORLD
    • The Magician
      • [x] ʿIsharat Pawang [Chap. iii. p. 56.
      • [xi] Pendinding Pawang
      • [xii] Invocation to the Spirit of Incense [p. 75.
      • [xiii] Rice Paste Invocations and Charms [p. 81.
    • [x] ʿIsharat Pawang [Chap. iii. p. 56.
    • [xi] Pendinding Pawang
    • [xii] Invocation to the Spirit of Incense [p. 75.
    • [xiii] Rice Paste Invocations and Charms [p. 81.
  • CHAPTER IV
  • THE MALAY PANTHEON
    • [xiv] Gods [Chap. iv. p. 88.
      • [xv] Invocation of the Earth-Spirit
      • [xvi] Pendinding
      • [xvii] Relation of various Deities [p. 90.
      • [xviii] Tangkal Hantu Hitam [p. 93.
      • [xix] Invocation to the Earth-Spirit
      • [xx] Origin of the Spirits [p. 94.
      • [xxi] Charm to cast out Evil Influence
      • [xxii] An Incantation called Arak-arak Jin Sa’ribu, or the Procession of the Thousand Spirits
      • [xxiii] Invocation to the Hantu Songkei [p. 105.
    • [xv] Invocation of the Earth-Spirit
    • [xvi] Pendinding
    • [xvii] Relation of various Deities [p. 90.
    • [xviii] Tangkal Hantu Hitam [p. 93.
    • [xix] Invocation to the Earth-Spirit
    • [xx] Origin of the Spirits [p. 94.
    • [xxi] Charm to cast out Evil Influence
    • [xxii] An Incantation called Arak-arak Jin Sa’ribu, or the Procession of the Thousand Spirits
    • [xxiii] Invocation to the Hantu Songkei [p. 105.
  • CHAPTER V
  • MAGIC RITES CONNECTED WITH THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS OF NATURE
    • Air
      • [xxiv] Charm to Call the Wind [Chap. v. p. 107.
      • [xxv] Menahan Angin [p. 108.
      • [xxvi] Tawar Hantu Ribut
      • [xxvii] Menahan Ujan [p. 109.
      • [xxviii] (Hantu Pemburu) [p. 113.
      • [xxix] Another Version of the same [p. 119.
      • [xxx] Another Charm against the Spectre Huntsman [p. 119.
      • [xxxi] Fowling Ceremonies [p. 132.
      • [xxxii] Charms used in Snaring Wild Pigeon [p. 135.
      • [xxxiii] Another Version [p. 136.
      • [xxxiv] Tabor Melukut
      • [xxxv] A longer Version of the same
      • [xxxvi] When Sprinkling the Rice-water
      • [xxxvii] A longer Version of the same
      • [xxxviii] When Sounding the Call (mĕlaung) [p. 137.
      • [xxxix] Another Charm used on the same occasion
      • [xl] Alternative version to be repeated both in the centre and at each corner of the “Palace-yard” (halaman)
      • [xli] When about to enter the Hut [p. 138.
      • [xlii] Alternative Version
      • [xliii] Alternative Version
      • [xliv] Alternative Version
      • [xlv] Alternative Version
      • [xlvi] When the Pigeons are Snared [p. 139.
      • [xlvii] Directions for selecting a Suitable Site for Building [p. 141.
      • [xlviii] Lucky and Unlucky Seasons for Building
      • [xlix] Directions for Building [p. 143.
      • [l] Ceremonies in fixing the Foundation Posts of the House
      • [li] Handak Mendirikan Tiang S’ri
      • [lii] Tetar Tanah Rumah [p. 144.
      • [liii] Tetar Tanah (chachak tiang rumah) [p. 145.
      • [liv] Tetar Tanah
      • [lv] Direction of House-door [p. 141, n.
      • [lvi] To determine the Dimensions of the House [p. 145.
      • [lvii] The Rhyme used for this purpose55 [p. 146.
      • [lviii] Pendinding Gajah [p.153.
      • [lix] Charm for blinding an Elephant
    • [xxiv] Charm to Call the Wind [Chap. v. p. 107.
    • [xxv] Menahan Angin [p. 108.
    • [xxvi] Tawar Hantu Ribut
    • [xxvii] Menahan Ujan [p. 109.
    • [xxviii] (Hantu Pemburu) [p. 113.
    • [xxix] Another Version of the same [p. 119.
    • [xxx] Another Charm against the Spectre Huntsman [p. 119.
    • [xxxi] Fowling Ceremonies [p. 132.
    • [xxxii] Charms used in Snaring Wild Pigeon [p. 135.
    • [xxxiii] Another Version [p. 136.
    • [xxxiv] Tabor Melukut
    • [xxxv] A longer Version of the same
    • [xxxvi] When Sprinkling the Rice-water
    • [xxxvii] A longer Version of the same
    • [xxxviii] When Sounding the Call (mĕlaung) [p. 137.
    • [xxxix] Another Charm used on the same occasion
    • [xl] Alternative version to be repeated both in the centre and at each corner of the “Palace-yard” (halaman)
    • [xli] When about to enter the Hut [p. 138.
    • [xlii] Alternative Version
    • [xliii] Alternative Version
    • [xliv] Alternative Version
    • [xlv] Alternative Version
    • [xlvi] When the Pigeons are Snared [p. 139.
    • [xlvii] Directions for selecting a Suitable Site for Building [p. 141.
    • [xlviii] Lucky and Unlucky Seasons for Building
    • [xlix] Directions for Building [p. 143.
    • [l] Ceremonies in fixing the Foundation Posts of the House
    • [li] Handak Mendirikan Tiang S’ri
    • [lii] Tetar Tanah Rumah [p. 144.
    • [liii] Tetar Tanah (chachak tiang rumah) [p. 145.
    • [liv] Tetar Tanah
    • [lv] Direction of House-door [p. 141, n.
    • [lvi] To determine the Dimensions of the House [p. 145.
    • [lvii] The Rhyme used for this purpose55 [p. 146.
    • [lviii] Pendinding Gajah [p.153.
    • [lix] Charm for blinding an Elephant
    • Directions for Hunting the Elephant or Rhinoceros
      • [lx] [p. 155.
      • [lxi] Penjauh Rimau [p. 167.
      • [lxii] Pengunchi Mulut Benatang Buas
      • [lxiii] Pengunchi Mulut Rimau
      • [lxiv] Tangkal Harimau
      • [lxv] Charm for blinding a Tiger’s Eyes and driving him off
      • [lxvi] Penggrun kapada Harimau atau Penggarang Hati [p. 168.
      • [lxvii] Minta Rusa [p. 174.
      • [lxviii] ’Che Indut’s Version
      • [lxix] Membalikkan Rusa [p. 179.
      • [lxx] Directions for hunting Deer [p. 174.
      • [lxxi] On entering the Jungle to set the Snare
      • [lxxii] Jaring Rusa [p. 175.
      • [lxxiii] Serapah waktu anjing mengejar Rusa
      • [lxxiv] (On entering the Jungle)
      • [lxxv] Jerat
      • [lxxvi] Rusa [p. 176.
      • [lxxvii] Charm used when striking the Deer
      • [lxxviii] To cast out the Mischief, after catching the Deer
      • [lxxix] (Another version) [p. 177.
      • [lxxx] Snare for Mouse-deer [p. 180.
      • [lxxxi] Charm for urging on Dogs [p. 181.
      • [lxxxii] Charm to make Dogs courageous
      • [lxxxiii] Charm to prevent Wild Dogs from barking [p. 183.
      • [lxxxiv] Charm to prevent Wild Boars from damaging Crops [p. 188.
      • [lxxxv] A Charm against Rats [p. 192.
      • [lxxxvi] The Sialang Tree [p. 204.
      • [lxxxvii] Alternative version (collected from the “Orang Bukit”)
      • [lxxxviii] Pemanggil Hantu Gharu [p. 210.
      • [lxxxix] Charm used by Gutta Collectors [p. 215.
      • [xc] The Cocoa-nut Palm [p. 216.
      • [xci] Fasal petua bertanam tumboh-tumbohan [p. 217.
      • [xcii] Rice-cultivation [p. 218.
      • [xciii] Tetar huma [p. 219.
      • [xciv] Menurunkan benih [p. 229.
      • [xcv] Ceremonies at Seed Time
      • [xcvi] A hyperbolical description of each of the nine months during which the grain is coming to maturity; the tenth, or harvest time, is compared with the birth of Mahomed, and the incantation closes with a prayer for an abundant crop.
      • [xcvii]
      • [xcviii]
      • [xcix] Prayer used in the Procession to the Field [p. 238.
      • [c] On Arrival at the Field
      • [ci] On Planting the Sugar-cane in the Sheaf [p. 239.
      • [cii] Doʿa Sapuloh—The Ten Prayers [p. 240.
      • [ciii] On Arrival at the House [p. 243.
      • [civ] Charm used by the Reapers after filling the Baskets [p. 244.
      • [cv] Charm used by the Reapers daily on beginning to Reap [p. 245.
      • [cvi] Charm to confine the Spectral Reapers to the Boundaries of the Field [p. 247.
      • [cvii]
      • [cviii]
      • [cix] Charm used when the Seed is about to be sown
      • [cx] When Reaping is about to begin [p. 250, n.
      • [cxi]
      • [cxii] Doʿa Sapuloh (Mengambil padi)
      • [cxiii] Doʿa Sapuloh (atau Chendrawasi) (mengambil semangat padi)
      • [cxiv] Doʿa Chendrawasi
      • [cxv] Balai Lumbong [p. 265.
      • [cxvi] Before felling the Jungle [p. 266.
      • [cxvii] Tangkal Lumbong
      • [cxviii] Charm used during Fumigation [p. 268.
      • [cxix] An Invitation to the Spirits
      • [cxx] Mining [p. 270.
      • [cxxi] Jin Salaka Tunggal [p. 272.
      • [cxxii] [p. 279.
      • [cxxiii] Starting a Ship on its Journey
      • [cxxiv] Invocation to the Spirits, asking them to point out Rocks, etc. [p. 280.
      • [cxxv] Bersahabat Orang Laut
      • [cxxvi] A General Invocation of the Hantu Laut and other Spirits
      • [cxxvii] [p. 296.
      • [cxxviii] An alternative shorter Version
      • [cxxix] When about to plant the Pole in the Water [p. 297.
      • [cxxx] When hanging up the Bait at the end of the Rod
      • [cxxxi] Alternative Version [p. 298.
      • [cxxxii] Another Version
      • [cxxxiii] Crippling Charm [p. 301.
      • [cxxxiv] If the Crocodile shows Fight when taken
      • [cxxxv] Kelong Invocation [p. 315.
      • [cxxxvi] Alternative Charm [p. 316.
      • [cxxxvii] Propitiation of the Water Spirit
      • [cxxxviii] Jermal Charm
      • [cxxxix] Serapah Kail
      • [cxl] Charm addressed to the Fish [p. 317.
    • [lx] [p. 155.
    • [lxi] Penjauh Rimau [p. 167.
    • [lxii] Pengunchi Mulut Benatang Buas
    • [lxiii] Pengunchi Mulut Rimau
    • [lxiv] Tangkal Harimau
    • [lxv] Charm for blinding a Tiger’s Eyes and driving him off
    • [lxvi] Penggrun kapada Harimau atau Penggarang Hati [p. 168.
    • [lxvii] Minta Rusa [p. 174.
    • [lxviii] ’Che Indut’s Version
    • [lxix] Membalikkan Rusa [p. 179.
    • [lxx] Directions for hunting Deer [p. 174.
    • [lxxi] On entering the Jungle to set the Snare
    • [lxxii] Jaring Rusa [p. 175.
    • [lxxiii] Serapah waktu anjing mengejar Rusa
    • [lxxiv] (On entering the Jungle)
    • [lxxv] Jerat
    • [lxxvi] Rusa [p. 176.
    • [lxxvii] Charm used when striking the Deer
    • [lxxviii] To cast out the Mischief, after catching the Deer
    • [lxxix] (Another version) [p. 177.
    • [lxxx] Snare for Mouse-deer [p. 180.
    • [lxxxi] Charm for urging on Dogs [p. 181.
    • [lxxxii] Charm to make Dogs courageous
    • [lxxxiii] Charm to prevent Wild Dogs from barking [p. 183.
    • [lxxxiv] Charm to prevent Wild Boars from damaging Crops [p. 188.
    • [lxxxv] A Charm against Rats [p. 192.
    • [lxxxvi] The Sialang Tree [p. 204.
    • [lxxxvii] Alternative version (collected from the “Orang Bukit”)
    • [lxxxviii] Pemanggil Hantu Gharu [p. 210.
    • [lxxxix] Charm used by Gutta Collectors [p. 215.
    • [xc] The Cocoa-nut Palm [p. 216.
    • [xci] Fasal petua bertanam tumboh-tumbohan [p. 217.
    • [xcii] Rice-cultivation [p. 218.
    • [xciii] Tetar huma [p. 219.
    • [xciv] Menurunkan benih [p. 229.
    • [xcv] Ceremonies at Seed Time
    • [xcvi] A hyperbolical description of each of the nine months during which the grain is coming to maturity; the tenth, or harvest time, is compared with the birth of Mahomed, and the incantation closes with a prayer for an abundant crop.
    • [xcvii]
    • [xcviii]
    • [xcix] Prayer used in the Procession to the Field [p. 238.
    • [c] On Arrival at the Field
    • [ci] On Planting the Sugar-cane in the Sheaf [p. 239.
    • [cii] Doʿa Sapuloh—The Ten Prayers [p. 240.
    • [ciii] On Arrival at the House [p. 243.
    • [civ] Charm used by the Reapers after filling the Baskets [p. 244.
    • [cv] Charm used by the Reapers daily on beginning to Reap [p. 245.
    • [cvi] Charm to confine the Spectral Reapers to the Boundaries of the Field [p. 247.
    • [cvii]
    • [cviii]
    • [cix] Charm used when the Seed is about to be sown
    • [cx] When Reaping is about to begin [p. 250, n.
    • [cxi]
    • [cxii] Doʿa Sapuloh (Mengambil padi)
    • [cxiii] Doʿa Sapuloh (atau Chendrawasi) (mengambil semangat padi)
    • [cxiv] Doʿa Chendrawasi
    • [cxv] Balai Lumbong [p. 265.
    • [cxvi] Before felling the Jungle [p. 266.
    • [cxvii] Tangkal Lumbong
    • [cxviii] Charm used during Fumigation [p. 268.
    • [cxix] An Invitation to the Spirits
    • [cxx] Mining [p. 270.
    • [cxxi] Jin Salaka Tunggal [p. 272.
    • [cxxii] [p. 279.
    • [cxxiii] Starting a Ship on its Journey
    • [cxxiv] Invocation to the Spirits, asking them to point out Rocks, etc. [p. 280.
    • [cxxv] Bersahabat Orang Laut
    • [cxxvi] A General Invocation of the Hantu Laut and other Spirits
    • [cxxvii] [p. 296.
    • [cxxviii] An alternative shorter Version
    • [cxxix] When about to plant the Pole in the Water [p. 297.
    • [cxxx] When hanging up the Bait at the end of the Rod
    • [cxxxi] Alternative Version [p. 298.
    • [cxxxii] Another Version
    • [cxxxiii] Crippling Charm [p. 301.
    • [cxxxiv] If the Crocodile shows Fight when taken
    • [cxxxv] Kelong Invocation [p. 315.
    • [cxxxvi] Alternative Charm [p. 316.
    • [cxxxvii] Propitiation of the Water Spirit
    • [cxxxviii] Jermal Charm
    • [cxxxix] Serapah Kail
    • [cxl] Charm addressed to the Fish [p. 317.
  • CHAPTER VI
  • MAGIC RITES AS AFFECTING THE LIFE OF MAN
    • Birth-Spirits
      • [cxli] Langsuir Charm [Chap. vi. p. 326.
      • [cxlii] Charm for laying a Pontianak [p. 327.
      • [cxliii] Tangkal Mati Anak (Pontianak)
      • [cxliv] Charm for laying a Penanggalan
      • [cxlv] Charm for laying (lit. neutralising) a Polong [p. 329.
      • [cxlvi] Charm for killing a Polong (apparently addressed to the Pelesit)
      • [cxlvii] Tangkal Pelesit [p. 330.
      • [cxlviii] Birth Ceremonies [p. 334.
      • [cxlix] If the Labour is difficult
      • [cl] When putting the Marks (pangkahan) on the Mother and Child [p. 336.
    • [cxli] Langsuir Charm [Chap. vi. p. 326.
    • [cxlii] Charm for laying a Pontianak [p. 327.
    • [cxliii] Tangkal Mati Anak (Pontianak)
    • [cxliv] Charm for laying a Penanggalan
    • [cxlv] Charm for laying (lit. neutralising) a Polong [p. 329.
    • [cxlvi] Charm for killing a Polong (apparently addressed to the Pelesit)
    • [cxlvii] Tangkal Pelesit [p. 330.
    • [cxlviii] Birth Ceremonies [p. 334.
    • [cxlix] If the Labour is difficult
    • [cl] When putting the Marks (pangkahan) on the Mother and Child [p. 336.
    • Adolescence
      • [cli] When scattering the Rice, and applying the Tepong Tawar before commencing to file the Teeth [p. 356.
      • [clii] When touching the Patient’s Teeth with any of the Rings or the Egg
      • [cliii] To destroy the “Venom” of the Steel (buang bisa besi)
      • [cliv] When first laying the File across the Teeth
      • [clv] To charm the Betel-leaf (jampi sirih) which is presented to the Patient after the Operation [p. 357.
      • [clvi] Circumcision [p. 360.
      • [clvii] Charms for Protection [p. 361.
      • [clviii] Pendinding
      • [clix] Pendinding (’Che Muntil)
      • [clx] Pendinding
      • [clxi] Pendinding
      • [clxii] Charm for Health
      • [clxiii] Pemanis Budak [p. 363.
      • [clxiv] Another Version
      • [clxv] Another Version, combined with a Love Charm
      • [clxvi] For Beauty
      • [clxvii] Another Version
      • [clxviii] Before starting on a Journey
      • [clxix] Bathing Charm
      • [clxx] Mengajar Sultan Makan
      • [clxxi] Pemanis
      • [clxxii] Kasih Sa-Kampong
      • [clxxiii] Pengasih Sa-Kampong (bacha’an laki-laki)
      • [clxxiv] Kasih Sa-Kampong (bacha’an betina)
      • [clxxv] Tangkal jangan jadi tua
      • [clxxvi] At the Inspection of the Girl [p. 364.
      • [clxxvii] Menghantarkan Blanja [p. 367.
      • [clxxviii] Melawa [p. 381.
      • [clxxix] Before removing the Calladium-leaves from the Jar Mouths [p. 411.
      • [clxxx] After removing them
      • [clxxxi] When holding the Rice over the Censer [p. 412.
      • [clxxxii] After throwing the Rice into the Jars
      • [clxxxiii] When holding the Rice over the Incense [p. 413.
      • [clxxxiv] Tilek Penyakit
      • [clxxxv] Buang limas [p. 423.
      • [clxxxvi] Ambang-ambangan [p. 424.
      • [clxxxvii] Charm against the Cramp
      • [clxxxviii] Charm against Abdominal Swelling
      • [clxxxix] Charm against Convulsions (in Children)
      • [cxc] Cholera
      • [cxci] Charm for neutralising Poison [p. 425.
      • [cxcii] Charm for neutralising the Venom of Snakes, Centipedes, and Scorpions
      • [cxciii] Charm against Venom
      • [cxciv] Another Charm of similar Import
      • [cxcv] Another Charm of similar Import
      • [cxcvi] Penawar Orang Darat
      • [cxcvii] Tawar Hantu Darat
      • [cxcviii] Penawar
      • [cxcix] When collecting the Accessories for a “neutralising” Ceremony [p. 427.
      • [cc] Badi
      • [cci] To cast out the Mischief produced by an Image [p. 431.
      • [ccii] Providing the Mischief with a Substitute or Scapegoat [p. 432.
      • [cciii] Additional Charm used in the same Ceremony
      • [cciv] Lanchang Charms [p. 434.
      • [ccv] Another Lanchang Charm
      • [ccvi] Another Lanchang Charm [p. 435.
      • [ccvii] Another Lanchang Charm
      • [ccviii] Another Lanchang Charm [p. 436.
      • [ccix] Another Lanchang Charm
      • [ccx] “Lanchang” Invocation used in summoning the Tiger Spirit [p. 439.
      • [ccxi] Healing Charm, used with the last one
      • [ccxii] Sucking Charm [p. 449.
      • [ccxiii] The Dough figure [p. 452.
      • [ccxiv] Orang Riang Semangat [p. 456.
      • [ccxv] Medicine
      • [ccxvi] Bhasa Hantu
      • [ccxvii] [p. 464.
      • [ccxviii] Monkey Dance Invocation [p. 465.
      • [ccxix] Palm-blossom Invocation [p. 466.
      • [ccxx] Fish-trap Invocation [p. 468.
      • [ccxxi] Di-bisekkan
      • [ccxxii] Alternative Version
      • [ccxxiii] Invocation used when opening a Theatre for the Ma’yong [p. 504.
      • [ccxxiv] The Same Ceremony as described by ’Che Hussein [p. 511.
      • [ccxxv] To Batara Guru
      • [ccxxvi] To the Kramat
      • [ccxxvii] Perkata’an Kapada Kramat
      • [ccxxviii] Another Invocation to the Black Genie
      • [ccxxix] Invocation to the Sheikhs of the Four Corners of the World, etc.
      • [ccxxx] Specimen of a Ma’yong Song [p. 513.
      • [ccxxxi] Charms to render a Warrior more formidable [p. 522.
      • [ccxxxii] Penggagah
      • [ccxxxiii] Penggagah [p. 523.
      • [ccxxxiv] Penggagah
      • [ccxxxv] Penggagah
      • [ccxxxvi] Penggagah
      • [ccxxxvii] Penggagah
      • [ccxxxviii] Pelawan
      • [ccxxxix] Charm to destroy an Enemy
      • [ccxl] Measurement of K’ris [p. 530.
      • [ccxli] Fencing Terms
      • [ccxlii] To ascertain the Whereabouts of a Lost Piece of Property [p. 534.
      • [ccxliii] Katika Lima [p. 545.
      • [ccxliv] Extract from the “Ominous Moments” [p. 547.
      • [ccxlv] Another System [p. 548.
      • [ccxlvi] The Seven Time
      • [ccxlvii] Lucky and Unlucky Days of the Week [p. 549.
      • [ccxlviii] Days which are Unlucky in certain Months only
      • [ccxlix] Days Unlucky in any Month
      • [ccl] Lucky and Unlucky Months
      • [ccli] Times when Storms are to be expected
      • [cclii] Omens [p. 550.
      • [ccliii] Omens
      • [ccliv] Extract from the “Twelve Constellations”
      • [cclv] The Hindu Nakshatras and the Malay Rejangs. [p. 551.
      • [cclvi] Extracts from the Rejang of Che Busu [p. 552.
      • [cclvii] Omens depending on Aspect which varies from Day to Day [p. 559.
      • [cclviii] Fragment of a Treatise on Omens drawn from Earthquakes [p. 561.
      • [cclix] End of a Treatise on Omens drawn from Lightning
      • [cclx] Omens from Lizards, and the like
      • [cclxi] Interpretation of Dreams [p. 562.
      • [cclxii] Another System of Interpreting Dreams
      • [cclxiii] Another System of Interpretation
      • [cclxiv] Specimens of Miscellaneous Charms or Recipes [p. 567.
      • [cclxv] Ambil Semangat Orang, or Penggantong Semangat Orang [p. 570.
      • [cclxvi] Buatan orang
      • [cclxvii] Buatan orang [p. 573.
      • [cclxviii] Pembenchi orang laki-bini
      • [cclxix] Ambil Semangat [p. 574.
      • [cclxx] For taking another person’s soul [p. 575.
      • [cclxxi] Melambei Semangat Orang [p. 576.
      • [cclxxii] Ambil Semangat [p. 577.
      • [cclxxiii] Tilek [p. 578.
      • [cclxxiv] Membuat buta [p. 310.
      • [cclxxv] Pantun describing the effect of the Black Art
    • [cli] When scattering the Rice, and applying the Tepong Tawar before commencing to file the Teeth [p. 356.
    • [clii] When touching the Patient’s Teeth with any of the Rings or the Egg
    • [cliii] To destroy the “Venom” of the Steel (buang bisa besi)
    • [cliv] When first laying the File across the Teeth
    • [clv] To charm the Betel-leaf (jampi sirih) which is presented to the Patient after the Operation [p. 357.
    • [clvi] Circumcision [p. 360.
    • [clvii] Charms for Protection [p. 361.
    • [clviii] Pendinding
    • [clix] Pendinding (’Che Muntil)
    • [clx] Pendinding
    • [clxi] Pendinding
    • [clxii] Charm for Health
    • [clxiii] Pemanis Budak [p. 363.
    • [clxiv] Another Version
    • [clxv] Another Version, combined with a Love Charm
    • [clxvi] For Beauty
    • [clxvii] Another Version
    • [clxviii] Before starting on a Journey
    • [clxix] Bathing Charm
    • [clxx] Mengajar Sultan Makan
    • [clxxi] Pemanis
    • [clxxii] Kasih Sa-Kampong
    • [clxxiii] Pengasih Sa-Kampong (bacha’an laki-laki)
    • [clxxiv] Kasih Sa-Kampong (bacha’an betina)
    • [clxxv] Tangkal jangan jadi tua
    • [clxxvi] At the Inspection of the Girl [p. 364.
    • [clxxvii] Menghantarkan Blanja [p. 367.
    • [clxxviii] Melawa [p. 381.
    • [clxxix] Before removing the Calladium-leaves from the Jar Mouths [p. 411.
    • [clxxx] After removing them
    • [clxxxi] When holding the Rice over the Censer [p. 412.
    • [clxxxii] After throwing the Rice into the Jars
    • [clxxxiii] When holding the Rice over the Incense [p. 413.
    • [clxxxiv] Tilek Penyakit
    • [clxxxv] Buang limas [p. 423.
    • [clxxxvi] Ambang-ambangan [p. 424.
    • [clxxxvii] Charm against the Cramp
    • [clxxxviii] Charm against Abdominal Swelling
    • [clxxxix] Charm against Convulsions (in Children)
    • [cxc] Cholera
    • [cxci] Charm for neutralising Poison [p. 425.
    • [cxcii] Charm for neutralising the Venom of Snakes, Centipedes, and Scorpions
    • [cxciii] Charm against Venom
    • [cxciv] Another Charm of similar Import
    • [cxcv] Another Charm of similar Import
    • [cxcvi] Penawar Orang Darat
    • [cxcvii] Tawar Hantu Darat
    • [cxcviii] Penawar
    • [cxcix] When collecting the Accessories for a “neutralising” Ceremony [p. 427.
    • [cc] Badi
    • [cci] To cast out the Mischief produced by an Image [p. 431.
    • [ccii] Providing the Mischief with a Substitute or Scapegoat [p. 432.
    • [cciii] Additional Charm used in the same Ceremony
    • [cciv] Lanchang Charms [p. 434.
    • [ccv] Another Lanchang Charm
    • [ccvi] Another Lanchang Charm [p. 435.
    • [ccvii] Another Lanchang Charm
    • [ccviii] Another Lanchang Charm [p. 436.
    • [ccix] Another Lanchang Charm
    • [ccx] “Lanchang” Invocation used in summoning the Tiger Spirit [p. 439.
    • [ccxi] Healing Charm, used with the last one
    • [ccxii] Sucking Charm [p. 449.
    • [ccxiii] The Dough figure [p. 452.
    • [ccxiv] Orang Riang Semangat [p. 456.
    • [ccxv] Medicine
    • [ccxvi] Bhasa Hantu
    • [ccxvii] [p. 464.
    • [ccxviii] Monkey Dance Invocation [p. 465.
    • [ccxix] Palm-blossom Invocation [p. 466.
    • [ccxx] Fish-trap Invocation [p. 468.
    • [ccxxi] Di-bisekkan
    • [ccxxii] Alternative Version
    • [ccxxiii] Invocation used when opening a Theatre for the Ma’yong [p. 504.
    • [ccxxiv] The Same Ceremony as described by ’Che Hussein [p. 511.
    • [ccxxv] To Batara Guru
    • [ccxxvi] To the Kramat
    • [ccxxvii] Perkata’an Kapada Kramat
    • [ccxxviii] Another Invocation to the Black Genie
    • [ccxxix] Invocation to the Sheikhs of the Four Corners of the World, etc.
    • [ccxxx] Specimen of a Ma’yong Song [p. 513.
    • [ccxxxi] Charms to render a Warrior more formidable [p. 522.
    • [ccxxxii] Penggagah
    • [ccxxxiii] Penggagah [p. 523.
    • [ccxxxiv] Penggagah
    • [ccxxxv] Penggagah
    • [ccxxxvi] Penggagah
    • [ccxxxvii] Penggagah
    • [ccxxxviii] Pelawan
    • [ccxxxix] Charm to destroy an Enemy
    • [ccxl] Measurement of K’ris [p. 530.
    • [ccxli] Fencing Terms
    • [ccxlii] To ascertain the Whereabouts of a Lost Piece of Property [p. 534.
    • [ccxliii] Katika Lima [p. 545.
    • [ccxliv] Extract from the “Ominous Moments” [p. 547.
    • [ccxlv] Another System [p. 548.
    • [ccxlvi] The Seven Time
    • [ccxlvii] Lucky and Unlucky Days of the Week [p. 549.
    • [ccxlviii] Days which are Unlucky in certain Months only
    • [ccxlix] Days Unlucky in any Month
    • [ccl] Lucky and Unlucky Months
    • [ccli] Times when Storms are to be expected
    • [cclii] Omens [p. 550.
    • [ccliii] Omens
    • [ccliv] Extract from the “Twelve Constellations”
    • [cclv] The Hindu Nakshatras and the Malay Rejangs. [p. 551.
    • [cclvi] Extracts from the Rejang of Che Busu [p. 552.
    • [cclvii] Omens depending on Aspect which varies from Day to Day [p. 559.
    • [cclviii] Fragment of a Treatise on Omens drawn from Earthquakes [p. 561.
    • [cclix] End of a Treatise on Omens drawn from Lightning
    • [cclx] Omens from Lizards, and the like
    • [cclxi] Interpretation of Dreams [p. 562.
    • [cclxii] Another System of Interpreting Dreams
    • [cclxiii] Another System of Interpretation
    • [cclxiv] Specimens of Miscellaneous Charms or Recipes [p. 567.
    • [cclxv] Ambil Semangat Orang, or Penggantong Semangat Orang [p. 570.
    • [cclxvi] Buatan orang
    • [cclxvii] Buatan orang [p. 573.
    • [cclxviii] Pembenchi orang laki-bini
    • [cclxix] Ambil Semangat [p. 574.
    • [cclxx] For taking another person’s soul [p. 575.
    • [cclxxi] Melambei Semangat Orang [p. 576.
    • [cclxxii] Ambil Semangat [p. 577.
    • [cclxxiii] Tilek [p. 578.
    • [cclxxiv] Membuat buta [p. 310.
    • [cclxxv] Pantun describing the effect of the Black Art
  • NOTE ON THE WORD KRAMAT
  • LIST OF CHIEF AUTHORITIES QUOTED
  • INDEX
  • MESSRS. MACMILLAN AND CO.’S
  • BOOKS ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND FOLK-LORE.
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    • Revision History
    • External References
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