Stregoneria (Google Books)

Guida alle streghe in Italia

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Andrea Romanazzi – 2014 – ‎Preview
… Maria Guazzo: Ildiavolo presiede alla riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane. … sozzamente.6 Una questionepiuttosto spinosa, che fece versare fiumi di inchiostro, era se le streghe si recassero a tali riunioni …
Il martirio delle streghe: una nuova drammatica testimonianza …

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Tiziana Mazzali – 1988 – ‎Snippet view
2 Guazzo F. M., Compendium…, cit., Libro I, Capitolo XIII «Se i maghi possono mutare i corpi da una specie ad un’altra», … E l’Ordine dei Predicatori fu annunciato con il suo primo fondatore sotto figura di cane che abbaiava gli eretici» (Parte …
Streghe, roghi e diavoli: i processi di stregoneria in Piemonte – Page 94

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Streghe e diavoli ballano al sabba, da F. M. Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum, 7626. Così il Guazzo descrive il diabolico incontro: «Il Diavolo presiede la riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui per adorarlo, non sempre nel medesimo modo, ma talvolta in atto di supplica …
La storia segreta di Dracula

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17 Guazzo era un frate cattolico consulente in processi alle streghe in Germania e in Italia settentrionale al principio del XVII secolo. Credulo fino … 26 Il barguest è un cane nero della tradizione del folclore dello Yorkshire. Erano tipici i suoi …
Il re e la strega: Giacomo I Stuart, la donna e il diavolo – Page 19

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Giuliana Mariniello – 2002 – ‎Snippet view
prima di andare al sabba, [le streghe] si ungono completamente o in parte con un unguento composto di varie cose del tutto prive di sale, … di un bastone, di scope, di una canna, di un forcone, di una conocchia; talvolta si servono di un toro, di un caprone o di un cane. … degli storici e ci sem- 10 F.M. Guazzo, Compendium maleficarum, cit. in La stregoneria, a cura di S. Abbiati-A. Agnoletto-M.R. Lazzari, …
Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca: 2: B-Chiusura

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Voce formata per onomatopea dal grido del cane o d’altro animale. … 3, 70: Ove la notte al noce eran concorse Tutte le streghe anch’esse sul caprone, I diavoli col bau e le biliorse A ballare e cantare e far tempone. E 10, 55: … 4, 1, 12: E poi cadesti, Posti i fianchi a gran risico, Su ‘l guazzo della bava Della mula del fisico.
Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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… colo quibus rebus inequitant transferenda? qua? endoque utentur crematre, tauro, hirco aut cane, sic solent ad ludum divehi, quamdoque … D’altra parte, proprio nella prefazione rivolta ai lettori, il Guazzo nota come questo scritto abbia precisi intenti al fine di chiarire certi dubbi … Il demonio è rappresentato, more solito, cornuto, alato con i piedi di grifo.285 Le streghe e gli uomini, indotti al maleficio, …
B – Chiuso – Volume 2 – Page 110

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Voce formata per onomatopea dal grido del cane o d’altro animale. … 3, 70: Ove la notte al noce eran concorse Tutte le streghe anch’esse sul caprone, I diavoli col bau e le biliorse A ballare e cantare e far tempone. E 10, 55: … 4, 1, 12: E poi cadesti, Posti i fianchi a gran risico, Su ‘l guazzo della bava Della mula del fisico.
Catalogo Bolaffi d’arte moderna – Page 386

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89×116 – Mllano, Brera, novembre 1962 L. 3.000.000 • Veduta sul tetti» guazzo e pastelio 72×100 – Milano. Brera … Jorn -La notte bianca» 1938, 64×80 – Mllano, Brera, novembre 1962 L. 2.200.000 • Le streghe» 50×70 – Milano, Brera, novembre 1962 L. … Parke-Bernet. marzo 1963 L. 16.500.000 » Ciown con cane» 1948.
Compendio della storia d’Italia e documenti per la storia d’Italia

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Teorie, convinzioni, luoghi comuni, dicerie circa le streghe in un trattato del XVII secolo. Dal cap. XIII del I libro del Compendium maleficarum di Francesco Maria Guazzo (prima metà del Seicento). … bastone, di scope, di una canna, di un forcone, di una conocchia; talvolta si servono di un toro, di un caprone o di un cane.

Guide to witches in Italy

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… Maria Guazzo : Ildiavolo presides at the meeting and sits on a throne, under the guilty spoils of goat or dog . … sozzamente.6 A rather thorny issue, which caused rivers of ink to spill, was whether witches went to such meetings …
The martyrdom of the witches: a new dramatic testimony …

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Tiziana Mazzali – 1988 – Snippet view
2 Guazzo FM, Compendium …, cit., Book I, Chapter XIII “If magicians can change bodies from one species to another”, … And the Order of Preachers was announced with its first founder under the figure of a dog barking heretics “(Part …
Witches, burnings and devils: witchcraft trials in Piedmont – Page 94

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Massimo Centini – 1995 – Snippet view
Witches and devils dance to the Sabbath, from FM Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum, 7626. Thus Guazzo describes the diabolical encounter: “The Devil presides over the meeting and sits on a throne, under the guilty spoils of goat or dog . They approach him to worship him, not always in the same way, but sometimes in the act of supplication …
The secret story of Dracula

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MJ Trow – 2011 – Preview
17 Guazzo was a Catholic friar consultant in witch trials in Germany and northern Italy at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Believe up … 26 The barguest is a black dog from the tradition of Yorkshire folklore. His …
The king and the witch: James I Stuart, the woman and the devil – Page 19

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before going to the sabbath, [ witches ] merge completely or in part with an ointment composed of various things completely devoid of salt, … of a stick, of brooms , of a cane, of a pitchfork, of a distaff ; sometimes they use a bull, a billy goat or a dog . … of the historians and there are 10 FM Guazzo , Compendium maleficarum, cit. in Witchcraft , edited by S. Abbiati-A. Agnoletto-MR Lazzari, …
Vocabulary of the Academics of the Crusca: 2: B-Closure

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Voice formed by onomatopoeia from the cry of the dog or other animal. … 3, 70: Where the night at the walnut tree, there were all the witches also on the billy goat, the devils with the bau and the biliors A dancing and singing and making temples. And 10, 55: … 4, 1, 12: And then you fell, You placed the hips to great extent, Su ‘l the gouache of the burr Of the mule of the physicist.
Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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… colo quibus rebus inequitant transferenda? here? endoque utentur crematre, tauro, hirco aut cane , sic solent ad ludum divehi, quamdoque … On the other hand, just in the preface addressed to the readers, the Guazzo notes that this script has precise intentions in order to clarify certain doubts … The demon is represented, more usually, horned, winged with the feet of grifo.285 Witches and men, induced to the curse, …
B – Closed – Volume 2 – Page 110

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Voice formed by onomatopoeia from the cry of the dog or other animal. … 3, 70: Where the night at the walnut tree, there were all the witches also on the billy goat, the devils with the bau and the biliors A dancing and singing and making temples. And 10, 55: … 4, 1, 12: And then you fell, You placed the hips to great extent, Su ‘l the gouache of the burr Of the mule of the physicist.
Bolaffi catalog of modern art – Page 386

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89×116 – Mllano, Brera, November 1962 L. 3,000,000 • View on the roofs » gouache and pastelio 72×100 – Milan. Brera … Jorn – The White Night »1938, 64×80 – Mllano, Brera, November 1962 L. 2.200.000 • The Witches » 50×70 – Milan, Brera, November 1962 L. … Parke-Bernet. March 1963 L. 16.5 million “Ciown with dog ” 1948.
Compendium of the history of Italy and documents for the history of Italy

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Theories, beliefs, clichés, rumors about witches in a seventeenth-century treatise. From the cap. XIII of the first book of the Compendium maleficarum by Francesco Maria Guazzo (first half of the seventeenth century). … stick, of brooms, of a reed, of a pitchfork, of a distaff; sometimes they use a bull, a billy goat or a dog .

Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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… colo quibus rebus inequitant transferenda? qua? endoque utentur crematre, tauro, hirco aut cane, sic solent ad ludum divehi, quamdoque … D’altra parte, proprio nella prefazione rivolta ai lettori, il Guazzo nota come questo scritto abbia precisi intenti al fine di chiarire certi dubbi … Il demonio è rappresentato, more solito, cornuto, alato con i piedi di grifo.285 Le streghe e gli uomini, indotti al maleficio, …

Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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… colo quibus rebus inequitant transferenda? here? endoque utentur crematre, tauro, hirco aut cane , sic solent ad ludum divehi, quamdoque … On the other hand, just in the preface addressed to the readers, the Guazzo notes that this script has precise intentions in order to clarify certain doubts … The demon is represented, more usually, horned, winged with the feet of grifo.285 Witches and men, induced to the curse, …

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Francesco Maria Guazzo (Google Books)

Guida alle streghe in Italia

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Andrea Romanazzi – 2014 – ‎Preview
… cavallo di scope, demoni esuccubi, o grazie al magico unguento, volavanoin luoghi specifici per incontrare la Grande Dea. … Maria Guazzo: Ildiavolo presiede alla riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane.
Il martirio delle streghe: una nuova drammatica testimonianza …

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Tiziana Mazzali – 1988 – ‎Snippet view
Capitolo IV: Come le streghe si danno ai diavoli incubi; Capitolo VI: Come le streghe sono solite impedire la potenza … E l’Ordine dei Predicatori fu annunciato con il suo primo fondatore sotto figura di cane che abbaiava gli eretici» (Parte Seconda – Prima Questione Principale. Capitolo … Guazzo F. M., Compendium…, cit., Libro I, Capitolo IX: Se il Demonio possa arricchire i suoi seguaci, nella trad. it. pp.
Streghe, roghi e diavoli: i processi di stregoneria in Piemonte – Page 94

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Massimo Centini – 1995 – ‎Snippet view
Streghe e diavoli ballano al sabba, da F. M. Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum, 7626. Così il Guazzo descrive il diabolico incontro: «Il Diavolo presiede la riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui per adorarlo, non sempre nel medesimo modo, ma talvolta in … il numero delle donne […] è di gran lunga maggiore di quello degli uomini […]. Lì vi sono mense imbandite, vi prendono posto e incominciano a mangiare i cibi che il Demonio …
La storia segreta di Dracula

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M. J. Trow – 2011 – ‎Preview
17 Guazzo era un frate cattolico consulente in processi alle streghe in Germania e in Italia settentrionale al principio del XVII secolo. Credulo fino … 26 Il barguest è un cane nero della tradizione del folclore dello Yorkshire. Erano tipici i suoi …
Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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D’altra parte, proprio nella prefazione rivolta ai lettori, il Guazzo nota come questo scritto abbia precisi intenti al fine di chiarire … Il demonio è rappresentato, more solito, cornuto, alato con i piedi di grifo.285 Le streghe e gli uomini, indotti al …
The Malleus Maleficarum

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Mostly a compilation of superstition and folklore, the book was taken very seriously at the time it was written in the 15th century and became a kind of spiritual law book used by judges to determine the guilt of the accused”–From …
Compendium Maleficarum: The Montague Summers Edition

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Francesco Maria Guazzo – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Extraordinary document (1608) on witchcraft and demonology offers striking insight into early 17th century mind. Serious discussions of witches’ powers, poisons, crimes, more. Rare limited edition.
Compendium Maleficarum

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Francesco Maria Guazzo, ‎Montague Summers – 2004 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Were witches real in the Middle Ages? This handbook on witchcraft, first published in 1628, claims to expose the entire practice and profession of witchcraft.
The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

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Rosemary Guiley – 2009 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Explores this dark aspect of folklore and religion and the role that demons play in the modern world. Includes numerous entries documenting beliefs about demons and demonology from ancient history to the present.
Il re e la strega: Giacomo I Stuart, la donna e il diavolo – Page 19

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prima di andare al sabba, [le streghe] si ungono completamente o in parte con un unguento composto di varie cose del tutto prive di sale, … di un bastone, di scope, di una canna, di un forcone, di una conocchia; talvolta si servono di un toro, di un caprone o di un cane. … degli storici e ci sem- 10 F.M. Guazzo, Compendium maleficarum, cit. in La stregoneria, a cura di S. Abbiati-A. Agnoletto-M.R. Lazzari, .

Guide to witches in Italy

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Andrea Romanazzi – 2014 – Preview
… horse of brooms, demons esuccubi, or thanks to the magic ointment, they flew in specific places to meet the Great Goddess. … Maria Guazzo : Ildiavolo presides at the meeting and sits on a throne, under the guilty spoils of goat or dog .
The martyrdom of the witches: a new dramatic testimony …

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Tiziana Mazzali – 1988 – Snippet view
Chapter IV: How witches give themselves to devils nightmares; Chapter VI: How witches are used to impede power … And the Order of Preachers was announced with its first founder under the figure of a dog barking the heretics “(Part Two – First Principal Question … Chapter … Gouache FM , Compendium …, cit., Book I, Chapter IX: If the Devil can enrich his followers, in the translation it pp.
Witches, burnings and devils: witchcraft trials in Piedmont – Page 94

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Massimo Centini – 1995 – Snippet view
Witches and devils dance to the Sabbath, from FM Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum, 7626. Thus Guazzo describes the diabolical encounter: “The Devil presides over the meeting and sits on a throne, under the guilty spoils of goat or dog . They approach him to worship him, not always in the same way, but sometimes in … the number of women […] is far greater than that of men […]. There are tables packed there, they take their places and start eating the foods that the Devil …
The secret story of Dracula

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MJ Trow – 2011 – Preview
17 Guazzo was a Catholic friar consultant in witch trials in Germany and northern Italy at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Believe up … 26 The barguest is a black dog from the tradition of Yorkshire folklore. His …
Bibliotheca Lamiarum: – Page 69

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On the other hand, just in the preface addressed to the readers, the Guazzo notes that this script has precise intentions in order to clarify … The demon is represented, more usually, horned, winged with the feet of grifo.285 Witches and men, induced to …
The Malleus Maleficarum

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Heinrich Kramer , James Sprenger – 2007 – Preview – More editions
The book was written in the 15th century and became a kind of spiritual book used by judges to determine the guilt of the accused “- From …
Maleficarum Compendium: The Montague Summers Edition

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Francesco Maria Gouache – 2012 – Preview – More editions
Extraordinary document (1608) on witchcraft and demonology offers striking insight into early 17th century mind. Serious discussions of witches’ powers, poisons, crimes, more. Rare limited edition.
Compendium Maleficarum

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Francesco Maria Gouache , Montague Summers – 2004 – Preview – More editions
Were witches real in the Middle Ages? This handbook on witchcraft, first published in 1628, claims to the entire practice and profession of witchcraft.
The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

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Rosemary Guiley – 2009 – Preview – More editions
Explores this dark aspect of folklore and religion and the role that demons play in the modern world. Includes numerous entries documenting beliefs about demons and demonology from ancient history to the present.
The king and the witch: James I Stuart, the woman and the devil – Page 19

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Giuliana Mariniello – 2002 – Snippet view
before going to the sabbath, [ witches ] merge completely or in part with an ointment composed of various things completely devoid of salt, … of a stick, of brooms , of a cane, of a pitchfork, of a distaff ; sometimes they use a bull, a billy goat or a dog . … of the historians and there are 10 FM Guazzo , Compendium maleficarum, cit. in Witchcraft , edited by S. Abbiati-A. Agnoletto-MR Lazzari, …

Compendium Maleficarum

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Francesco Maria Guazzo, ‎Montague Summers – 2004 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Were witches real in the Middle Ages? This handbook on witchcraft, first published in 1628, claims to expose the entire practice and profession of witchcraft.
Compendium Maleficarum: The Montague Summers Edition

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Francesco Maria Guazzo – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Extraordinary document (1608) on witchcraft and demonology offers striking insight into early 17th century mind. Serious discussions of witches’ powers, poisons, crimes, more. Rare limited edition.
Witchcraft in Europe, 400-1700: A Documentary History – Page 381

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Alan Kors, ‎Alan Charles Kors, ‎Professor of History Alan Charles Kors – 2001 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Francesco Maria Guazzo’s 1610 Compendium Maleficarum was the most extensively illustrated of all tracts on demonology. Guazzo was insistent that men, women, and children might all be witches, showing them here coming before the …
Compendium maleficarum, ex quo nefandissima in genus humanum opera …

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Francesco Maria Guazzo … Ioannes de Bartos Pegufianos, & Sianitas Indiae gentes , á cane, quicum muliere corpus mifcuerat. verum ego horum minimè fum credulus, cum homo hominé generet,& fi quid horum fit yerum dicam quòd Dæmon …
The Malleus Maleficarum

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Heinrich Kramer, ‎James Sprenger – 2007 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Mostly a compilation of superstition and folklore, the book was taken very seriously at the time it was written in the 15th century and became a kind of spiritual law book used by judges to determine the guilt of the accused”–From …
Blockes-Berges Verrichtung

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Johannes Praetorius – 2012 – ‎No preview
Dieses Werk ist Teil der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS.
Visual Cultures of Science: Rethinking Representational Practices in …

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Luc Pauwels – 2006 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
A new collection explores the complex role of visual representation in science.
Il martirio delle streghe: una nuova drammatica testimonianza …

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Tiziana Mazzali – 1988 – ‎Snippet view
Ecco come nei primi anni del ‘600 Francesco Maria Guazzo descrive, nel suo Compendium maleficarum, il sabba: «Il Diavolo presiede la riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui per … Lì vi sono mense imbandite, vi prendono posto e incominciano a mangiare i cibi che il Demonio fornisce o quelli che ciascuno ha portato. È certo che quei banchetti sono …
Fictitious and Symbolic Creatures in Art With Special Reference to …

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John Vinycomb – 1969 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Demonology and Devil-lore – Volume 1

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Streghe, roghi e diavoli: i processi di stregoneria in Piemonte – Page 94

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Massimo Centini – 1995 – ‎Snippet view
Streghe e diavoli ballano al sabba, da F. M. Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum, 7626. Così il Guazzo descrive il diabolico incontro: «Il Diavolo presiede la riunione e siede su un trono, sotto spoglie terrificanti di capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui per adorarlo, non sempre nel medesimo modo, ma talvolta in … il numero delle donne […] è di gran lunga maggiore di quello degli uomini […]. Lì vi sono mense imbandite, vi prendono posto e incominciano a mangiare i cibi che il Demonio …

Witches, burnings and devils: witchcraft trials in Piedmont – Page 94

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Witches and devils dance to the Sabbath, from FM Guaccio, Compendium maleficarum , 7626. Thus Guazzo describes the diabolical encounter: “The Devil presides over the meeting and sits on a throne, under the guilty spoils of goat or dog . They approach him to worship him, not always in the same way, but sometimes in … the number of women […] is far greater than that of men […]. There are tables packed there, they take their places and start eating the foods that the Devil …

Witch Hunters: Professional Prickers, Unwitchers & Witch Finders of …

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From the doyen of witch-hunters, the Jesuit del Rio, to the British Matthew Hopkins, not to mention Pierre de Lancre, a judge who was responsible for burning 600 women, Maxwell-Stuart charts the progress of these fierce and dangerous …
Witchcraft and Black Magic

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Montague Summers – 2000 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Historical overview of demonology and the occult defines witchcraft and examines ceremonial practices, the casting of spells and conjuring, celebration of the Black Mass, and much more. A masterfully written, highly readable work.
Psychiatria Fennica: Finnish Psychiatry – Page 46

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Ancient Rome and Greece as they actually were

While the connection between paganism/animism/polytheism and witchcraft’s understandable in Christian/Islamic majority countries (to whatever degree) where such spirits get demonised and regarded as devils or djinn. Not so much where paganism’s the majority in countries like Nepal, India and Japan where there’s a fear of witchcraft regardless of the religion.

Though who knows if pre-existing heathenism may’ve influenced strains of Christianity and Islam. Alevism and the like are also thought to be influenced by shamanism as far as I remember and the Russian Orthodox Church’s tolerance for cats stems from both Islamic and pagan influences (when it comes to Veles).

Such heathen beliefs, if they still survive in Christian and Islamic majority countries, are practically marginalised and watered down, even muddied up with Abrahamic demonology. A chicken or egg situation. Since Japan’s not so extensively as Christianised as say South Korea, it gives a better idea of how Ancient Rome and Greece may’ve been like to a degree.

Similar things can be said of India and Nepal (to a degree as well) where as far as Chrsitian-Pagan relations go, Christianity’s a minority and one that’s being regulated even as it spreads. All three countries still heavily practise paganism and fear witchcraft. Japan fears vulpine witchcraft, Ancient Greece and Rome feared canine witchcraft (via Hecate).

Yet both foxes and dogs are also associated with less dubious characters like Inari and Artemis. (There’s a form of Japanese witchcraft involving dogs.) Ancient Greece influenced Rome like how India influences Japan. This gets evident in religious syncretism. It would also be parsimonious to assume that both Japan and Rome worshiped wolves (the Japanese word for wolf is okami).

And that contemporary Indian women’s clothing, especially the saree resembles what Ancient Greek and Roman women wore. Maybe not exactly but a good idea of how such garments could’ve been worn if surviving evidence for Greece and Rome aren’t enough. The fact that polytheism survived long enough in the mainstream in Nepal, India and Japan can give an idea of what Ancient Rome and Greece really were.

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tell i3to tbe hands of Hannibal. Hannibal now marched through the Apennines into Picenum, and thence into Apulia, where he spent a great part of the summer. The Romans had collected a fresh army, and placed it under the command of the dictator Fabius Maximus, who had prudently avoided a general action, and only attempted to harass and annoy the Carthagiuiar trmy. Meanwhile the Romans had made great preparations for the campaign of the following year (216). The two new Codsuis, L. ^Emilius Paulus and C. Terentius Varro, marched into Apulia at the head of an army of little less than ninety thousand men. To this mighty host Hannibal gave battle in the plains on the right bank of the Aufidus, just below the town of Cannae. The Roman army was again annihilated: between forty and fifty thousand men are said to have fallen in the .field, among whom was the consul iiimiliua Paul us, both the consuls of the preceding year, above eighty senators, and a multitude of the wealthy knights who composed the Roman cavalry. The other consul, Varro, escaped with a few horsemen to Venusia, and a small band of resolute men foreed their way from the Roman camp to Canusium; all the rest were killed, dispersed, or taken prisoners. This victory was followed by the revolt from Rome of most of tbe nations in the south of Italy. Hannibal established his army in winterquarters in Capua, which had espoused bis aide. Capua was celebrated for its wealth and luxury, and the enervating effect which these produced upon the army of Hannibal became a favorite theme of rhetorical exaggeration in later ages. The futility of such declamations is sufficiently shown by the simple fact that the superiority of that army in the field remained as decided as ever. Still it may be truly said that the winter spent at Capua, 216-215, was in great measure the turning point of Hannibal’s fortune, and from this time the war assumed on altered character. The experiment of what he could effect with his single army had now been fully tried, and, notwithstanding all his victories, it had decidedly failed; for Rome was still unsubdued, and still provided with the means. of maintaining a protracted contest From this time the Romans in great measure changed their plan of operations, and, instead of opposing to Hannibal one great army iu the field, they hemmed in his movements on all sides, and kept up an army in every province of Italy, to thwart the operations of his lieutenants, and check the rising disposition to revolt It is impossible here to follow the complicated movements of tbe subsequent campaign, during which Hanuibal himself frequently traversed Italy in all directions. In 215 Hannibal entered into negotiations with Philip, king of Macedonia, aud Hieronymus of Syracuse, and thus sowed the seeds of two fresh wars. From 214 to 212 the Romans were busily engaged with the siege of Syracuse, which was at length taken by Mareellus in the latter of these years. In 212 Hannibal obtained possession of Tarenium’ but in the following year he lost the important city of Capua, which was recovered by the Romans after a long siege. Iu 209 the Romans also recovered Tarentum. Hannibal’s forces gradually became more and more weak

ened; and his only object now was to mainlou his ground in the south until bis brother Hudrubal should appear in the north of Italy, an event to which he had long looked forward with anxious expectation. In 207 Hasdrubal kl lengtl crossed the Alps, and descended into Italy but he was defeated and slain on the Metaurua Vid. Hasdrubal, No. 3. Tbe defeat and deati of Hasdrubal was decisive of tbe fate of tb* war in Italy. From this lime Hannibal abandoned all thoughts of offensive operations, and collected togetl.cr his forces within the peninsula of Bruttium. In the fastnesses of that wild and mountainous region he maintained his ground good for nearly four years (207-203). He crossed over to A frica toward the eDd of 203 iu order to oppose P. Scipio. In the following year (202) the decisive battle was fought near Zama. Hannibal was completely defeated with great loss. All hopes of resistance wer» now at an end, and he was one of the first tr urge the necessity of an immediate peace. The treaty between Rome and Carthage was not finally concluded until tbe next year (201). By this treaty Hannibal saw tbe object of his whole life frustrated, and Carthage effectually bumbled before her imperious rival. But his enmity to Rome was uuabated; and, though now more than forty-five years old, he set himself tc work to prepare the means for renewing tbe contest at no distant period. He introduced the most beneficial reforms into the state, and restored the ruined finances; but, having provoked the enmity of a powerful party at Carthage, they denounced bim to the Romans as urging on Antiochus III, king of Syria, to tax* up arms against Rome. Hannibal was obliged to flee from Carthage, and took refuge at tbe court of Antiochus, who was at this time (193) on the eve of a war with Rome. Hannibal iu vain urged the necessity of carrying tbe war at once into Italy, instead of awaitiug tbe Romans in Greece On the defeat of Antiochus (190k the surrender of Hannibal was one of the conditions of the peace graDted to the king. Hannibal, however, foresaw his danger, and took refuge at the court of Prusias, king of Bilbynia. Here he found for some years a secure asylum; but the Romans could not be at ease so long as be lived, and T. Quintius Fbuninimis was at length dispatched to the court,of Prusias to demand the surrender of the fugitive. The Bithynian king was unable to resist; and Hannibal, perceiving that flight was impossible, took poison, to avoid falling into tbe bands of bis enemies, about the year 183. Of Hannibal’s abilities as a general it is unnecessary to speak: all the great mastere of the art of war, fron? Scipio to the Emperor Napoleon, have corourred in their homage to his genius. But in cost paring Hannibal with any other of the great leaders of antiquity, we must ever bear in ui-nd the peculiar circumstances in which he was ploced. Feebly and grudgingly supported bj the government nt home, he stood aloue, at ths head of on army composed of mercenaries oi many nations. Vet not only did he retain the attachment of these men, unshaken by any change of fortune, for a period of more thai fifteen years, but he trained up army after army: and, long after the veterans that had follow^ HANNIBALLrANUS.

HARMODIUS.

aim over the Alps had dwindled into on inconsiderable remnant, his new levies were still as iutuiable as their predecessors.

tl.oML-.i: I.ia M a. 1. Son of Constantius Chlous iD(l his second wife Theodora, and halfrolher of Cocstantine the Great He was put »• death in 387 on the death of Constantino-.— t Sot of the t-1 Jer, brother of the younger Delmatiu, was also put to death on the death of Cuusumtine.

Hi>.MR*L]S Oastka. Vid. CAstra, No. 2.

Ua.vso (‘avvuv), one of the most common uaies at Carthage. Only the most important persons of the name can be mentioned. 1. One of the Carthaginian generals who fought against igathoelea in Africa, B.C. 810.—2. Commander si the Cartliagininn garrison at Messana at the

iioDiug of the first Punic war, 294. In con• of his surrendering the citadel of this city to the Romans, he was crucified on his retutu borne.—8. Son of Hannibal, was sent to Sioily by the Carthaginians with a large force immediately after the capture of Messana, 264, where be carried on the war against the Roman «usul Appius Claudius. In 262 he again commanded in Sicily, but failed in relieving Agrigaitum, where Hnunibal was kept besieged by the Romans. Vid. Hannibal, ho. 2. In 266 lit commanded the Carthaginian fleet, along ■itk Ramilcar, at the great battle of Ecnomus.— I Commander of the Carthaginian fleet, which roe defeated by Lutatius Catulus off the j£gale*. 241. Uu his return home he was crucified. —5. Sumamed the Great, apparently for his oveases in Africa. We do not, however, know what nations of Africa his arms were directed, nor what was the occasion of the war. Ue wa« one of the commanders in the war against the mercenaries in Africa after the end W the first Punic war (240-238). From this ‘•<•-* forward he appears to have taken no active p»rt iu any of the foreign wars or enterprises of Carthage. But his influence iu her councils at borne was great; he was leader of the aristwratic party, and, as such, the chief adversary of Hamilcor Barca and his family. On all occnriwu, from the landing of Barca in Spain till lbs return of Hannibal from Italy, a period of •iwve thirty-five years, Hanno is represented u thwarting the measures of that able and powerful family, and taking the lead in opposition to the war with Rome, the great object to which all their efforts were directed. He survived the tattle of Zama, 202.—6. A Carthaginian officer left in Spain by Hannibal when that general crossed the Pyrenees, 218. He was shortly ifterward defeated by Cn. Scipio, and taken prisoner.—7. Son of Bomilcar, one of the most diaUrjguiihed of Hannibal’s officers He commanded the right wing at the battle of CauntB 1216), and is frequently mentioned during the luoceediag years of the war. In 203 he took the dturoaud of the Carthaginian forces in tfrics, which he held till the arrival of HanniA Carthaginian general, who carried on •be war in Sicily after the fall of Syracuse, 211. He left Sicily in the following year, when Agri^tuin was betrayed to the Romans.—9. The but commander of the Carthaginian garrison at Capua when it was besieged by the Romans ”12-111).—10. A Carthaginian navigator, un

der whose name we possess a Petiplv* (»«rx Itv.o! r >, which was originally written in the Punic language, and afterward translated luu Greek. The author bad held the office of suffetes, or supreme magistrate at Cnrthnge, and he is said by Pliny to have undertaken the Toy age when Carthage was in a n. >st flourishing condition. Heuce it has been conjectured th=* he was the same as the Hanno, the father or son of Hamilcar, who was killed at Himera, B.C. 480; but this is quite uncertain. In the Periplus itself Hanno says that he was sent out by his countrymen to undertake a voyage beyond the Pillars of Hercules, and to found LibyPhoenician towns, and that he sailed with a body of colonists to the number of thirty thousand. On his return from his voyage, he dedicated ao account of it, inscribed on a tablet, in the tern pie of Saturn (Cronos). It is therefore presum ed that our periplus is a Greek version of the contents of that Punic tablet Edited by Falconer, Loud, 1797, with an English translation.

Habiia (rd ‘Ap/xa: ‘Aptiarsvc). 1. A small place in Boeotia, near Tauagra, said to have been so called from the harma or chariot of Adrastus, which broke down here, or from the chariot of Amphiaraus, who was here swallowed up by the earth along with his chariot—2. A small place in Attica, near Phyle.

Habmatc’s (‘Apfiarovi), a city and promontory on the coast of ./Eolis in Asia Minor, on the northern side of the Sinus Eloiticus.

Habmsoius and Abistooiton (‘Apuodtoc, ‘AptoroyeiTuv), Athenians, of the blood of the Gs FUYBJti, were the murderers of Hipparchus, brother of the tyrant Hippias, in B.C. 614. Ai istogiton was strongly attached to the young uud beautiful Harmodius, who returned his affection with equal warmth. Hipparchus endeavored to withdraw the youth’s love to himself, and, failing in this, resolved to avenge the slight by put. ting upon him a public insult Accordingly, he took care that the sister of Harmodius should be summoned to bear one of the sacred baskets iu some religious procession, and when she presented herself for the purpose, he caused her to be dismissed and declared unworthy of the honor. This fresh insult determined the two friends to slny both Hipparchus and his brother Hippias as well. They communicated their plot to a few friends, and selected for their enterprise the day of the festival of the great PanBtheiiiea, the only day on which they could appear in arms without exciting suspicion. When the appointed time arrived, the two chief conspirators observed one of their accomplices in conversation with Hippias. Believing, therefore, that they were betrayed, they slew Hip parchus. Harmodius was immediately cut down by the guards. Aristogiton at first escaped, but was afterward taken, and was put to the torture; but he died without revealing the names of any of the conspirators. Four ycurs after this Hippias was expelled, and thenceforth Harmodius aud Aristogiton obtained among the Athenians of all succeeding generations tha character of patriots, deliverers, and martyr* —names often abused, indeed, but seldom more grossly than in the present case. Their deed of murderous vengeance formed a favorite subject of drinking songs. To be tioru of thai}

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Habmonia (‘Apfiovla), daughter of Mars (Ares) lod Venus (Aphrodite), or, according to others, if Jupiter (Zeus) and Electra, the daughter of Atlas, in ijumolhrace. When Minerva (Athena) assigned to Cadmus the government of Thebes, Jupiter (Zeus) gave him Harmonia fur his wife, ind all the gods of Olympus were present at the marriage. On the weddiug-day Cadmus received a present of a peplus, which afterward became fatal to all who possessed it Harmouia accompanied Cadmus when he was obliged to quit Thebes, aud shared his fate. Vid Cadxus. rolyuices, who inherited the fatal necklace, gave it to Eiiphyle, that she might persuade her husband, Amphiuraus, to undertake the expedition igaiust ‘i lu bes. Through Alcmseon, the son of Eriphyle, the uccklace came into the hands of Arsinoii, next into those of the sons of Fhegeus, Pronous aud Agenor, and lastly into those of the sous of Alemffiou, Amphoterus and Acnrnan, who dedicated it iu the temple of Minerva (Athena) PronoBa at Delphi.

Habpaqia or -wu (‘Apsroyeia or -dyiov), a •mall town iu Mysia, between Cyzicus and Priapus, the scene of the rape of Ganymedes, nceordng to some legeuds.

Habpauus (‘Apjrayof). 1. A noble Median, Those preservation of the infant Cyrus, with the tveuts consequent upon it are related under Gyrus, tie became one of the generals of Cyrus, ind conquered the Greek cities of Asia Miuor.— 2. A Persian general, under Darius 1., took Histiffius prisoner.

[habpaliox (‘Aprcahiuv), n Paphlagonian, son of Pykemenes, and guest-friend of Paris: he was •lain by Meriones in the Trojan war.]

Harpalus (“AprraXoc). 1. A Macedonian of noble birth, accompanied Alexander the Great to Asia as superintendent of the treasury. After the conquest of Darius, he was left by Alexander iu charge of the royal treasury, and with the administration of the wealthy satrapy of Babylon. Here, during Alexander’s absence in India, he gave himself up to the most extravagant luxury and profusion, and squandered the treasures intrusted to him. When he heard that Alexander, contrary to his expectations, was reluming from India, he fled from Babylon with about five thousand talents and a bodff of six thousand mercenaries, and crossed over to Greece, BC. 824. He took refuge at Athens, where he employed his treasures to gain over the orators, »ud induce the people to support him against Alexander and his vicegerent Antipater. Among those whom he thus corrupted are said to have been Deinades, Charicles, the sou-in-law of Pho»i>n, aud even Demosthenes himself. Vid. DeMosthjcnks. But he failed in his general object for Antipater having demanded his surrender from the Athenians, it was resolved to place tiim in pcnfineiuent until the Macedonians should tend f» r him. He succeeded in making his es

cape from prison, t.nu fled to Crete wnere b< was assassinated soon after his arrival by Thrj bron, one of his own officers.—2. A Greek »• tronomtr, introduced some improvements ir.U the cycle of Cleostratus. Harpalus lived be fore Meton.

Haepalyce (‘ApjraW/ti/). 1. Daughter of lis! paly ens, king in Thrace. As she lost her mother in infancy, she was brought up by her father with the milk of cows and mares, and va trained in all manly exercises. After the deaui of her father, she lived in the forests as a rolber; being so 6wift >iu running that horses were uo able to overtake her. At length she was eauglt in a snare by shepherds, who killed her.—2 Daughter of Clymenus and Epicoste, was seduced by her own father. To revenge herselt she slew her younger brother, and served birr up as food before her father. The gods changec her into a bird.

[harpalycus (‘ApTruXvKof) I. Vid. HartalYce, No. 1.—2. A Trojan warrior, companion of ./Eneas, slain by Camilla.

Harpasa (‘ApTtaaa: now Arepwt), a city o! Curia, on the River Habpasus.

Harpascs (‘Apffaooc). I. (now ArpaSu). a river of Curia, flowing north into the SIffiander. into which it fallB opposite to Nysa.—2. (uon Harpa-Su), a river of Armenia Major, flowing south into the Araxes. Xenophon, who croese-i it with the ten thousand Greeks, states its widti as four plethra (about four hundred feet).

Harpina or Harpin.va (“Aomva, ‘Apjaw-j), i town in Elis Pisatis, near Olympia, said to hare been called after a daughter of Asopus.

[harfocrates. Vid. Hour.-.

Harpocratioji, Valerius, a Greek grammarian of Alexandrea, of uncertain date, the author of an extant dictionary to the works of the ten Attic orators, entitled Uepl Tuv ?J£eav Tuv 6ita (niTopuv, or Aegiicov Tuv itna (n/ropuv. It contains not ouly explanations of legal and politic-il terms, but also accounU of persona and thingmentioued in the Attic orators, and is a work of great value. The best editions are the one pub lished at Leipzig, 1824, and the one bv Bekker. Berlin, 1833.

Haui’yi.e (‘Apirvtat), the Harpies, that is, the Robbers or Spoilers, are in Homer nothing bst personified storm-winds, who are said to carry off any one who had suddenly disappeared from the earth. Thus they carried off the daughters of King Pandareus, and gave them as servant! to the Eiynnyes. Hesiod describes them a* daughters of 1’haumas by the Oceanid Eleerrs. fair-locked and winged maidens, who surpassed winds aud birds in the rapidity of their flight But even in ^Eschylus they appear ns ugly cres tureB with wings; and later writers represent them as most disgusting monsters, being birds with the beads of maidens, with long claws am with faces pale with hunger. They were ten”, by the gods to torment the blind Phineus, and whenever a meal was placed before him, thev darted dowu from the air and carried it otf, later writers add, that they either devoured tb* food themselves, or Tenderer, it unfit to be eaten Phineus was delivered from them by Zetes aoc Calais, sons of Boreas, and two of the Argonauts Vid. p. 91, n. Hesiod mentions two It., i .Ocypet* «nd Aello: later writers three- oaf

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iluir names are not the same in all aecouuts. Besides the two already mentioned, we find Aellopos, Nicothoe, Oeythoe, Ocypode, Celaeno, Acholoti. Virgil places them in the islands called Strophades, in the Iouian Sea (^£V>., iii., tlO\ where they took up their abode after tliey had been driven away from Phineus. In the famous Harpy monument recently brought from Lycia U> Ecglaud, the Harpies are represented ■J the a it of carrying off the daughters of Pandareim.

Hi»f t re, a people in the army of Ariuristue (B.J. 88), supposed to be the same as the ChatODEg mentioned by Ptolemy, and placed by him in the Chersonesus Cmibiica.

H-wdbcbal (‘Aodpov6a(), a Carthaginian name, probably eiguifies one whose help is Baal. 1. Son of Hanno, a Carthaginian general in the first Puuic war. He was one of the two generals defeated by Regulus B.C. 256. In 254 he nas sent into Sicily with a large army, and remained in the island four years, lu 250 he was totally defeated by Metellus, and was put to death on his return to Carthage.—2. A Curtliaginiau, son in-law of Hamilcar Barca, on whose death, in 229, he succeeded to the command in Spain. He ably carried out the pluns if his faiher-iu-law for extending the Carthaginian dominions in Spain, and intrusted the nonjuct of most of his military enterprises to the young Hannibal. He founded New Cartilage, and concluded with the Romans the celebrated treaty .which fixed the Iberus as the boundary between the Carthaginian nnd Roman i -minion*. He was assassinated by a slave, wbo«e master be had put to death (221), and *«? “uoceeded in the command by Hannibal. —8. Sun of Unmilcnr Barca, and brother of Hannibal. When Hannibal set out for Italy (218), Uaiidrubal was left in the command in Spain, and there fought for some years against the tiro Scipioa. In 207 he crossed the Alps and marched into Italy, in order to assist Hannibal; but he was defeated on the Metnurus by the consuls C. Claudius Nero and M. Livius Salinator, bis army was destroyed, and he himself fell in the battle. His head was cut off and thrown ‘nto Hannibal’s camp.—4. One of Hannibal’s chief officers, commanded the left wing of the Oarthaginiau army at the battle of Cannae (216). -8 Surnamed the Bald (Calvus), commander of the Carthaginian expedition to Sardinia in tie second Punic war, 215. He was defeated by the Roman praetor T. MnnliuB, taken prisoner, and carried to Rome.—6. Son of Gisco, one i)f the Carthaginian generals in Spain during he second Punic war. He fought in Spain Tom 214 to 206. After he and Mago had been lefeated by Scipio in the latter of these years, ae crossed over to Africa, where he succeeded in obtaining the alliance of Sypliax by giving him bis daughter Sophonisba in marriage. In •onjunction with Svphax, Hasdrubal carried on war against Masimsso, but ho was defeated by Scipio, who landed in Africa in 204. He was »ioderj)ned to death for his ill success by the Carthaginian government, but he still continued m arms against the Romans. On the arrival of Hannibal from Italy his sentence was revers»i, but the popular feeling against him had not nbsided, an ( in yrder to escape death from hi >

enemies, be put an end to his life by t»oisoa— 7. Commander of the Carthaginian in AM ca in 2.”S, must be distinguished from tbs pr» ceding.—8. Surnamed the Kid (Hcedus), one oi the leaders of the party at Carthage fuvo:ab*< to j eace toward the end of the second Puuifl war.—9. General of the Carthaginians in thy third Punic war. When the city was taken h< surrendered to Scipio, who spared his life. After adorning Scip:.o’s triumph, he spent tin- rest of his life in Italy.

Hatebius, a senator and rhetorician in th’ age of Augustus and Tiberius, died A.D. ’26, if the eighty-ninth year of his age.

Hi.nf: (“H617), called Juvestas by the Romans the goddess of youth, Whs a daughter of Jupitet (Zeus) and Juno (Hera). She wuited upon the gods, and filled their cups witli nectar befor* Ganymede*, obtained this office; aud she i* further represented as assisting her mother Junn (Hera) lu putting the horses to her chariot, and in bathing and dressing her brother Mars (Ares). She married Hercules after he was received among the gods, and bore to him two sons, .VIexiares and Anticetu*. Later traditions represent her as a divinity who had it in her power to make aged persons young again. At Rome there were several temples c-f Juventas. She is even suid to have had n chapel on the Capitol before the temple of Jupiter was built there

Heubomagus. Vid. Ebcbouaous.

Hebron (‘Etpuv, XeCpuv ‘E6p6vio;: now J57Kliulil), a city in the south of Judrea, as old as the times of the patriarchs, and the first capital of the kingdom of David, who reigned there seven and a half years as king of Judah only.

Hkbbus (‘E6po£: now Maritzo), the principal river in Thrace, rises in the mountains of Scomius and Rhodope, flows first southeast and then southwest, becomes navigable for smaller vessels at Philippopolis, and for larger ones at Hadrianopolis, and falls into the iEgean Sen near ^Euo?, after forming by another branch nn estuary called Stentoris Lacus. The Hebrus was celebrated in Greek legends. On its banks Orpheus was torn to pieces by tk-e Thraciau women; and it i* frequently mentioned in connection with the worship of Bacchus (Dionysus)

Hecaebqe (‘Eicatpyri). 1. Daughter of Koreas, and one of the Hyperborean maidens, who were believed to have introduced the worship of Diana (Artemis) into Delo*.—2. A surname of Diuna (Artemis), signifying the goddess whe hits at a distance.

Hecalk (‘ekuai?), a p*or old woman, who lionpitably received Theseus when he had goo* out fur the purpose of killing the Marathouiun buH. She vowed to offer to Jupiter (Zeus) u sacrifice for the safe return of the hen;; but as she died before bis return, TheBeus ordained that the inhabitants of the At tie tetrnpolis should offer a sacrifice to her and Jnpiter (Z;us) Heo alus, or Hecaleiu*.

[heoamede (‘EKa/v/dri), daughter of Arsin>a*, taken prisoner by Achilles, wheu he captured the island of Tenedos: she became the slave of Nestor.]

Hecatjcub (‘Exaraior). 1. Of Miletus, one of the earliest and most distinguished Greek historians aud geographers. He was the son 01 Hegesander, and belonged to a verv ancient ant*

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alustrio”s family. We have only a ie>v particulars oi tii life. In B.C. 6 JO he endeavored to dissuade 1 is countrymen from revolting from the Persians; and when this advice was disregarded, he gave iliem some sensible counsel respecting tie conduct of the war, which was also neglected. Previous to this, Hecatasua had visted Egypt aud many other countries. He survived the Persian wars, and appears to have died about 476. He wrote two walks: 1. llt. <«5jf yijf, or Hepi^ytiaic, divided into two parts, ce of vrljch contained a description of Europe, and the < tlier of Asia, Egypt, and Libya. Both parts v ire subdivided into smaller sections, which i e sometimes quoted under their respectiv names, such as Hellespontus, <tc. 2. I’eveal /iai or ‘laroptai, in four books, contained au aw*, nt of the poetical fables and traditions of th/ Greeks. His work on geography was (he v, re important, as it embodied the results of h^- numerous travels. He also corrected and unproved the map of the earth drawn up by Anaximander. Herodotus knew the works of Hecataaus well and frequently controverts his opinions. Hccatieus wrote in the Ionic dialect in a pure and simple style. The fragments of his works are collected by Elausen, Hecatai Mi/esii Fragments, Berlin, 1831, and by C. and Th. Midler, Frag. Hist. Gnec, Paris, 1841.— i. Of Abdero, a contemporary of Alexander the Great and Ptolemy, the sou of Lagus, appears to have accompanied the former on his Asiatic expedition. He was a pupil of the skeptic Pyrrho, aud is himself called a philosopher, critic, and grammarian. In the reign of the Si st Ptolemy he travelled up the Nile as far as riieo’is. He was the author of several works, <tt wl.ieh the most important were, 1. A History of Egypt 2. A work on the Hyperboreans. 8. A history of the Jews, frequently referred to by Josephus and other ancient writers. This work was declared spurious by Origen: modern critics are divided in their opinions.

Hecate (‘E/curr/), a mysterious divinity, comjnouly represented as a daughter of Perseus or Perses and Asteria, and hence called Perseis. She is also described as a daughter of Jupiter (Zeus) and Ceres (Demeter), or of Jupiter (Zeus) aud Phenea or Juno (Hera), or of Latoua (Leto) or Tartarus. Homer does not mention her. According* to the most genuine traditions, she appears to have been an ancient Thracian divinity, uud a Titan, who ruled in heaven, on the earth, and in the sea, bestowiug ou mortals wealth, victory, wisdom, good luck to sailors and hunters, and prosperity to youth and to the flocks of cattle. She was the only one among the Titans who retained this power under the rule of Jupiter (Zeus), and she was honored by ■11 the immortal gods. The extensive power i possessed by Hecate was probably the reason that she was subsequently identified with several other divinities, and at length became a > mystic goddess, to whom mysteries were cele- i brnted in Samothrace and in J5gina. In the: Homsric hymn to Ceres (Demeter) she is rep- i resented as taking an active part in the search’ after Proserpina (Persephone), and when the l latter was found, as remaining with her as her I attendant aud companion. Vid. p. 248, a. She • thus brcatue a deity of the lower world, and is I

– i described in this capacity as a mighty sad lot
i j midable divinity. In consequence of her being
i identified with other divinities, she is sniii to

– have been Selene or Luna in heaven, Arttnii
• or Diana in earth, aud Persephone or Prater-
i pina in the lower world. Being thus, as it were,

a three-fold goddess, she is described with tons

– bodies or three heads, the one of a hone, the secoud of a dog, and the third of a lion. Hence her epithets Tergemina, Tri/ormis, Triceps, ie. From her being an infernal divinity, she came to be regai’ded as a spectral being, who seat tl night all kinds of demons and terrible phantomi from the lower world, who taught sorcery tod witchcraft, and dwelt at places where two roau* crossed, on tombs, and near the blood of murdered persona She herself wandered about with the souls of the dead, and her approach was announced by the whining and howling of dogs. At Athens there were very many small statues or aymbolical representations of Hecate (fcdrcua), placed before or in houses, and ou spots where two roads crossed: it would teem that people consulted such HecaUea as oracles At the close of every month dishes with food were set out for her and other averters of evil at the points where two roads crossed ; and thii food was consumed by poor people. The sacrifices offered to her consisted of dogs, honey, and black female lambs.

Hecatomhus (‘ExoTo/ivor), king or dynast of Caiia in the reign of Artaxerxes III. He left three sons, Maussolus, Idrieus,- and Fixednnii all of whom, in their turn, succeeded him in tbt sovereignty; and two daughters, Artemisia and Ada.

[hecatompolis (‘EicaTofiKofcc, i. e. asriii;) one hundred cities), appellation of the island Crete, from the one hundred cities it was sali to have had in ancieut times.]

Hecatompvlos (‘Eitoi-6/i7ruXof, i. e, hating one hundred gates). 1. An epithet of Thebes in Egypt Vid. Thebje.—2. A city in the middle of Parthio, twelve hundred and sixty stadia oi one hundred and thirty-three Roman miles from the Cospiaa Pylse; enlarged by Seleucus, and afterward used by the Parthian kings as a royal residence.

HicATost (‘ekutuv), a Stoic philosopher, a as tive of Rhodes, studied under Pantttius, sad wrote numerous works, all of which are lost

Heoatonnesi (‘EKaruvvriaoi: now Jtosko-niti), a group of small islands, between Lesbos and the coast of .diolis, on the southern side of the mouth of the Gulf of Adramyttium. The name, one hundred inlands, was indefinite; the real number was reckoned by some at twenty, bj others at forty. Strabo derives the name, not from kaarov, one hundred, but from “Ejcarer, t surname of Apollo.

Hsciob (“eatu/)), the chief hero of the Trojans in their war with the Greeks, was tie eldest son of Priam and Hecuba, the hnibnul of Andromache, and father of Scatnandrius. He fought with the bravest of the Greeks, and at length slew Patroclus, the friend of Achillea. The death of his friend roused Achilles to the fight. The other Trojans fled before him into the city. Hector aloue remained without the walls, though his parents implored him to e turn; but when he saw Achilles hit heart fail

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sità della morte, altri per non avere tutti i giorni la stessa noia di le varsi, mangiare, bere, coricarsi, e aver freddo all’inverno, e caldo all’estate, e sempre così, e mai nulla di nuovo.

Gli epicurei voluttuosi, con opposta dottrina, giungevano alle stesse conclusioni degli stoici. Essi pure nella loro spensieratezza sensuale tenevano in non cale la vita. Quando all’epicureo Agrippino fu annunziato che il senato si era raccolto per giudicarlo:

– Faccia pure, disse. Noi intanto andiamo al bagno.

V’ andò infatti, e nell’ uscire , udendo ch’era stato condannato, chiese con indifferenza:

– Alla morte ?

– No, gli fu risposto: all’esiglio.

– Mi furono confiscati i beni?

– No.

– Partiamo dunque senza rincrescimento: ad Aricia desineremo bene come a Roma.

L’epicureismo infatti insegnava a goder la vita finchè durava, e a non pensare al resto. Epicuro aveva posto la felicità nel godimento, e questo nella virtù: ma i suoi seguaci intendevano il godimento in modo più materiale, e d’altro mon si curavano che dei diletti corporali.

L’antica religione del Lazio, semplice e severa, si era snaturata

dacchè i Romani avevano accolti tutti i numi dei popoli conquistati. . Come la città loro fu aperta a tutti gli stranieri, così il loro cielo fu schiuso a tutti gli dei. La personificazione di ogni umana passione ottenne in Roma altari, sacerdoti, e sacrifici. Si giunse infine a deificare gl’imperatori, e fra questi anche i più esecrabili e i più sozzi.

La cerimonia della deificazione, detta apoteosi, si eseguiva in questo modo. Dopo che si erano celebrati con magnifica pompa i funerali del morto imperatore, la sua immagine in cera veniva posta sopra un letto d’avorio, coperto di superbo tappeto d’oro, figurando il principe ancora malato. I senatori e le matrone venivano a visitarlo per sette giorni consecutivi, e stavano delle ore intere seduti accanto al letto. Nell’ottavo giorno il letto stesso veniva trasportato in processione dai principali senatori e cavalieri per la via Sacra fino al fòro, dove sorgeva un palco magnifico con uno splendido peristilio d’avorio e d’oro: e sotto questo veniva adagiata in pomposo letto l’effigie del defunto. Intanto si recava nel foro anche il nuovo imperatore accompagnato dai più illustri romani; e le matrone si schieravano sotto il portico. Un doppio coro cantava le lodi del morto; poi, finita la musica, la processione si riponeva in cammino, e si avviava al Campo Marzio, recando anche le statue dei grandi uomini romani , e quelle rappresentanti le provincie soggette. Poi venivano i cavalieri, i soldati, i cavalli da corsa, i doni dei popoli tributari, e infine un altare d’avorio e d’oro cosparso di gemme.

In mezzo al Campo Marzio era elevato un rogo di legna secca in forma di piramide, rivestito di ricchi tappeti ricamati d’oro, e adorno di figure d’avorio. In cima al rogo era posto il cocchio dorato di cui soleva servirsi l’estinto. Sul piano sottoposto i pontefici collocavano il letto di parata coll’immagine di cera, sul quale si spargevano profumi ed aromi. Il nuovo imperatore e i parenti del defunto andavano a baciare la mano a quel simulacro, poi andavano a sedere nei posti loro destinati. Allora intorno al rogo si facevano corse di cavalli, poscia sfilavano soldati e carri condotti da cocchieri vestiti di porpora. –

Dopo queste cerimonie l’imperatore seguito dai magistrati appiccava il fuoco al rogo: e quando cominciavano ad alzarsi le fiamme, dalla cima di quello si dava a volo un aquila se il morto era un imperatore, e un pavone se era una imperatrice. E quel volatile le vandosi al cielo doveva figurare l’anima del morto che volasse alla sede degli dei. Poscia s’inalzava un tempio in onore di lui, gli si dava il titolo di Divo, e gli venivano destinati sacerdoti e sacrifici.

Ma tanta era la smania dell’apoteosi, che spesso non si voleva

aspettare la morte degli imperatori, e sovente, come vedemmo, essi

venivano deificati anche da vivi.
Fra tanti dei che si adoravano non si credeva a nessuno. Il culto

ufficiale era una legge, le feste erano pompe, e non altro. Augusto

pose ogni cura per restaurare la religione, con nuove cerimonie, e
nuovi templi; ma non vi riuscì perchè mancava la fede. E quando
l’ autorità imperiale concentrò in sè stessa il potere spirituale e il
temporale, diede l’ ultimo crollo alle istituzioni religiose: perocchè
il culto fu prostituito ai capricci del principe, e ai sudditi oppressi
fu tolto l’asilo del tempio.
Gli uomini colti tenevano per false ugualmente tutte le religioni.
Petronio diceva:
– Nessuno crede cielo il cielo; nè stima Giove un’acca. (*)
E Giovenale: – Che vi siano gli dei, e mondi oltre la tomba,
non lo credono neppure i ragazzi. (*)
Tacito sperava che dopo morte le anime potessero avere vita
e conoscenza delle cose umane; ma non diceva di crederlo.
Ma l’uomo ha bisogno di levarsi col pensiero al di sopra della
sfera terrena. Dai dolori di questa vita è tratto a cercare un conforto
mell’idea di un’altra esistenza. Un impulso confidente insieme e pau-
roso lo trae all’adorazione della divinità. Specialmente i Romani dopo
le guerre civili, sbigottiti da tanti disastri, non sapevano trovare
altro rifugio che la protezione dei numi. E poichè non credevano più

(1) PETRoNIo – Satyr. C. 44. (2) GioveNALE. – II. 149.

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negli antichi culti ne cercavano sempre dei nuovi: e quindi ondeggiavano miseramente fra l’incredulità e la superstizione. Dopo tanti delitti, tutti si sentivano bisognosi di espiazione. E alcuni per purificarsi si battezzavano col sangue nelle cerimonie di Mitra: altri camminavano sul Tevere gelato, o traversavano in ginocchio il Campo Marzio. Si mandava fino in Egitto a prender acqua del Nilo per lustrare il Tempio di Anubi; si offrivano vesti ai sacerdoti di Iside, e uova al pontefice di Bellona. La folla, disgustata delle religioni palesi, ricorreva alle arcane; e i misteri religiosi furono adottati nella loro parte più corrotta. In maggior favore erano le pratiche orientali: e ogni matrona teneva nel suo gabinetto il sole etiopico proveniente dall’Egitto. Dalla Fenicia erano derivate delle divinità metà donne e metà pesci, dalla Gallia le pietre druidiche. Germanico si fece iniziare ai misteri di Samotracia; e Agrippina consultava le deità egiziane. Si temeva poi che l’omaggio reso a un dio offendesse l’altro; e quindi si praticavano superstiziose cautele. Non si credeva alla seconda vita, ma si ammetteva la fatalità, e si voleva indagarne i decreti. E perciò anche quelli che mettevano in burla gli dei osservavano gli augurii, e i giorni propizii. Plinio ci ha tramandata una infinità di antiche superstizioni. La pietra grammatica rendeva eloquente; la gemma di Venere difendeva dal fuoco; l’agata sperdeva le tempeste, e fermava il corso dei fiumi, la chelonia posta sulla lingua faceva indovinare; alcune pietre fatte a foggia di testuggine acquetavano le burrasche; l’eliotropia mista coll’erba di egual nome rendeva invisibile. Non minori virtù avevano le altre erbe: coll’erba marmorite si costringevano gli dei a obbedire; l’etiopide seccava i fiumi, e apriva qualunque cosa chiusa; l’achimenide infondeva sgomento ai nemici; l’antirrina rendeva belli e preservava da ogni danno; la coracesia agghiacciava l’acqua; l’eliotropia guariva dalle febbri; la verbena acquistava fede, conciliava benevolenza, garantiva dalle malattie; la teangelide faceva indovinare; la cinocefalia neutralizzava i veleni, e serviva a evocare i morti; l’eliocriso procacciava grazia e gloria. Le sostanze animali avevano altri poteri; mangiando il cuore della talpa si poteva vaticinare l’avvenire ; bagnando le porte col sangue della jena si proteggevano gli abitanti da ogni morbo o malia; portando addosso gl’intestini della stessa bestia si andava sicuri degl’incanti, si vincevano le liti, s’innamoravano le donne; portando il sinistro piede del camaleonte arrostito nel forno, si diventava invisibili; ungendosi col grasso che sta fra le due sopracciglia di un leone, si diveniva caro ai principi; il sangue della donnola misto a cenere di jena rendeva abbominati. Dopo sorbito un uovo si aveva cura di romperne il guscio; e in certi paesi era proibito alle donne di torcere il fuso per istrada, o portarvelo scoperto, perchè ciò non nuocesse alle speranze del raccolto.

A queste superstizioni si aggiungeva il terrore di arcane potestà, la curiosità delle cose occulte, la credenza nei fattucchieri e nelle streghe. Queste erano brutte vecchie, avide di venere, micidiali ai parti, le quali si trasfiguravano in bestie, rapivano i bambini, li cambiavano in cuna, li affatturavano. Per difendersi da loro si adoperavano l’aglio e gli scongiuri. Erano temuti anche i vampiri, morti che comparivano per suggere il sangue dei vivi. Infinito era il numero dei prestigi, e incantesimi, e oracoli, e amuleti: abbondavano gli astrologi di Caldea, gli auguri di Frigia, gl’indovini dell’ India. Le magiche arti delle streghe sono descritte da molti antichi autori. Orazio descrive gl’ incantesimi di Canidia e Sagana, orribili per pallore, con irta capigliatura intrecciata di serpentelli, unte col sangue dei rospi, scalze, in negra veste rimboccata. Occupavano un giardino, nel quale urlando raspavano colle unghie la terra. Poi straziavano coi denti un’agnella nera, il cui sangue scorreva nella fossa, donde dovevano uscire le ombre dei trapassati. Tenevano una figura di cera e una di lana; questa più alta puniva l’altra, che aveva sembianza di supplicante e di schiava che andasse a perire. Una di esse invoca Tisifone, l’altra Ecate: e subito i cani infernali e i serpenti le circondano; l’immagine di cera prende fuoco e getta un vivo splendore…. Ma udito un romore le due maghe fuggono abbandonando i denti, i capelli, le erbe e gli altri strumenti della malia (!). – I più alti personaggi non andavano esenti dalla superstizione. Tiberio ricorreva sempre agli astrologi; portava un alloro per preservarsi dai fulmini; quando starnutava voleva che gli si dicesse: salute! perchè credeva che ciò gli fosse propizio. Per impedire che si consultassero le sorti Prenestine, consistenti in pezzi di legno, si fece portare la cassetta che le conteneva: ma all’indomani la cassetta si trovò vuota, e le sorti erano ritornate da per sè a Preneste. Vedemmo già che Nerone voleva essere iniziato negli arcani de’ maghi, credendo di potere così dominare sugli dei come sugli uomini. E ricorse alla magia’ anche per acquetare i rimorsi che gli provenivano dall’avere uccisa la madre. – Ogni ricco aveva fra i suoi servi un astrologo. Nei dubbi casi tutti ricorrevano o al chiromante che pronosticava guardando alle dita, o al negromante che interrogava gli estinti. Si faceva gettar la sorte quando cadevano dei fulmini, o accadeva una rivoluzione, o comparivano i morti. I giovani ansiosi di eredità, le fanciulle avide di amore, mogli desiderose di prole, vecchi impotenti, amanti gelosi, magistrati ambiziosi accorrevano a quelle follie. Ogni città, ogni villaggio aveva una statua, o un tabernacolo, o una grotta miracolosa; e anche i governatori andavano a consultare quei portenti quand’erano in forse i pubblici destini.

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Così lo spirito umano, perduta l’antica fede, errava in cerca di nuove credenze, quando s’introdusse fra le altre una religione tutta nuova: la quale colla semplicità della dottrina contrastava con tante strane superstizioni; coi dettami di una dolce morale rispondeva ai bisogni più intimi del cuore; e collo spiritualismo de’ suoi principii allettava la gente nauseata dalla soverchiante sensualità. Tale era la religione cristiana. Dicemmo già come Gesù Cristo fosse nato sotto il regno di Augusto, e morto durante quello di Tiberio. La Palestina, dove egli nacque, era una delle più piccole e sprezzate dipendenze dell’impero romano. Esso era figlio di Giuseppe, fabbro della città di Nazaret, e di Maria, povera ebrea. Questa si era recata col marito a Betlemme, piccola città montuosa della Giudea, per farsi iscrivere nel ruolo della sua tribù quando Augusto ordinò il censo generale dell’impero. Presa dalle doglie di parto durante il viaggio, si ricoverò in una grotta, e quivi partorì il figlio. Egli crebbe nell’oscurità e nell’obbedienza fin verso i trent’anni: allora cominciò a predicare ai pescatori e ad altra gente. – Beati, diceva, i poveri di spirito, beati i miti, beati i misericordiosi, perchè il regno de’cieli è per essi. Chi si corruccia col proprio fratello è reo. Misericordia io voglio, non sacrifizi. Finora v’hanno detto: occhio per occhio, dente per dente. Io vi dico invece che a chi vi percuote una guancia presentiate anche l’altra. Finora vi fu imposto di amare il fratello e odiare il nemico: io vo ingiungo d’amare anche il nemico. Io vi do un precetto nuovo, che vi amiate l’un l’altro, come io ho amato voi. Chi ha due tuniche nè porga una a chi ne è sprovvisto. Fate l’elemosina ma in segreto, e la vostra mano sinistra non sappia ciò che fa la destra. Date a prestito senza speranza di ricambio, e largo sarà il vostro frutto. Il predicatore accompagnava coi fatti le parole; non sdegnava di camminare fra i peccatori, e parlare coi bestemmiatori, e sedere a mensa cogli odiati pubblicani. Perdonava alla donna adultera, non respingeva la meretrice, divideva il pane anche col traditore, prometteva la vita celeste a un ladrone, compativa i dolori dell’ umanità perchè li sentiva. – Gli Ebrei, che avevano perduta l’indipendenza fino da quando Pompeo Magno li sottomise al dominio romano, conservavano un re proprio, ma erano soggetti a un preside romano: e questo era allora Ponzio Pilato. Nei loro libri profetici stava scritta la promessa che verrebbe loro un salvatore. In questo aspettato essi presagivano un eroe che spezzasse le catene del suo popolo, come aveva fatto Mosè liberandoli dalla schiavitù di Egitto, e li riconducesse ai gloriosi tempi di Davide e di Salomone. Gesù Cristo invece non bandiva l’indipendenza nazionale, ma l’universale fratellanza; predicava la rassegnazione, la benevolenza; parlava di un regno che non è di questo mondo:

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sity of death, others for not having every day the same boredom of the varsi, eat, drink, lie down, and be cold in winter, and warm to summer, and always like that, and never anything new.

The voluptuous epicureans, with the opposite doctrine, reached the same conclusions as the Stoics. Even in their sensual carelessness they kept life in vain. When Agrippino was told at the Epicurean Ages that the senate had gathered to judge him:

“Go ahead,” he said. In the meantime, let’s go to the bathroom.

For he went, and in going out, hearing that he had been condemned, he asked with indifference:

– At death?

– No, he was answered: scream.

– Was the goods confiscated?

– No.

– Let’s start, therefore, without regret: we will end well in Aricia as in Rome.

Epicureanism in fact taught to enjoy life as long as it lasted, and not to think about the rest. Epicurus had placed happiness in jouissance, and this in virtue: but his followers understood jouissance in a more material way, and on the other they took care of bodily delights.

The ancient religion of Lazio, simple and severe, was distorted

since the Romans had received all the numbers of conquered peoples. . As the city was opened to all the foreigners, so their sky was opened to all the gods. The personification of every human passion obtained in Rome altars, priests, and sacrifices. Finally, the emperors came to be deified, and among them also the most execrable and the most filthy.

The ceremony of deification, called apotheosis,it was done this way. After the funeral of the dead emperor had been celebrated with magnificent pomp, his wax image was placed on an ivory bed, covered with a superb carpet of gold, figuring the still ill prince. The senators and the matrons came to visit him for seven consecutive days, and they spent hours sitting by the bed. On the eighth day the bed itself was carried in procession by the leading senators and knights through the Via Sacra to the fòro, where stood a magnificent stage with a splendid peristyle of ivory and gold: and under this was laid in pompous bed. effigy of the deceased. Meanwhile, the new emperor accompanied by the most illustrious Romans also went to the forum; and the matrons lined up on the porch. A double choir sang the praises of the dead; then, once the music was over, the procession would set off on its way, and set out for Campo Marzio, bearing also the statues of the great Roman men, and those representing the subject provinces. Then came the knights, the soldiers, the racehorses, the gifts of the tributary peoples, and finally an altar of ivory and gold strewn with gems.

In the middle of the Campo Marzio there was a pyre of dry firewood in the shape of a pyramid, covered with rich carpets embroidered with gold, and adorned with ivory figures. At the top of the pyre was the golden chariot, which the extinct used to use. On the plane submitted the pontiffs placed the parade bed with the image of wax, on which fragrances and aromas spread. The new emperor and the relatives of the deceased went to kiss the hand of that simulacrum, then went to sit in their designated places. Then, around the stake, horse races were carried out, then soldiers and chariots led by charioteers dressed in purple were paraded. –

After these ceremonies the emperor followed by the magistrates set fire to the stake: and when flames began to rise, from the top of that one eagle was given if the dead man was an emperor, and a peacock if he was an empress. And that bird flying to heaven must have figured the soul of the dead man who flew to the seat of the gods. Then he raised a temple in honor of him, gave him the title of Divo, and he was destined for priests and sacrifices.

But so much was the craving of apotheosis, which was often not wanted

wait for the death of the emperors, and often, as we have seen, they

they were deified even alive.
Nobody believed anyone among those who worshiped. The cult

officer was a law, parties were pumps, and nothing else. August

he took every care to restore religion, with new ceremonies, and
new temples; but he did not succeed because faith was lacking. And when
the imperial authority concentrated in itself the spiritual power and the
temporal, it gave the last collapse to the religious institutions: because
the cult was prostituted to the whims of the prince, and to the oppressed subjects
the asylum of the temple was removed.
The educated men held all religions equally false.
Petronius said:
“Nobody believes heaven; nor does Jupiter estimate an ankle. (*)
And Juvenal: – That there are gods, and worlds beyond the grave,
not even the boys believe it. (*)
Tacitus hoped that after death souls could have life
and knowledge of human things; but he did not say he believed it.
But man needs to rise with thought above the
earthly sphere. From the pains of this life is drawn to seek a comfort in the
idea of ​​another existence. An impulse that is both confident and fearful
leads him to worship the deity. Especially the Romans after
the civil wars, stunned by so many disasters, could not find
other shelter than the protection of the gods. And because they no longer believed

(1) PETRONIo – Satyr. C. 44. (2) GioveNALE. – II. 149.

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in the ancient cults they always looked for new ones: and then they waved miserably between unbelief and superstition. After so many crimes, everyone felt in need of expiation. And some to purify themselves were baptized with blood in the ceremonies of Mithras: others walked on the Tiber ice-cream, or crossed the Campo Marzio on their knees. He was sent to Egypt to take water from the Nile to polish the Temple of Anubis; they offered themselves clothes to the priests of Isis, and eggs to the pontiff of Bellona. The crowd, disgusted by the obvious religions, resorted to the arcane; and the religious mysteries were adopted in their most corrupt part. Oriental practices were more favored: and each matron kept the Ethiopian sun from Egypt in her cabinet. Half of the women and half of the fish were derived from the Phoenician, druidic stones from Gaul. Germanicus had himself initiated into the mysteries of Samothrace; and Agrippina consulted the Egyptian deities. It was then feared that the homage given to one god offended the other; and therefore superstitious caution was practiced. We did not believe in the second life, but we admitted the fatality, and we wanted to investigate the decrees. And so even those who put the gods in jest viewed the good wishes, and the propitious days. Pliny has handed down an infinity of ancient superstitions. The grammar stone made eloquent; the gem of Venus defended from the fire; the agate lost the storms, and stopped the course of the rivers, the chelonia placed on the tongue made to guess; some stones made in the shape of a tortoise aqued the storms; the mixed heliotropy with the grass of the same name made it invisible. No less virtues had other herbs: with the marmorite grass the gods were forced to obey; Ethiopian dried up rivers, and opened whatever closed; the achimenide instilled dismay at the enemies; the antirrina made beautiful and preserved from any damage; the coracesia chilled the water; the heliotropy healed from the fevers; the verbena acquired faith, reconciled benevolence, guaranteed by diseases; the teangelid made us guess; the cynocephaly neutralized the poisons, and served to evoke the dead; the eliocross procured grace and glory. Animal substances had other powers; by eating the mole’s heart one could vague the future; wetting the doors with the blood of the jena the inhabitants were protected from every disease or maly; carrying the intestines of the same beast on himself, he was sure to charms, fights were won, women fell in love; bringing the left foot of the chameleon roasted in the oven, it became invisible; greasing himself with the fat that lies between the two eyebrows of a lion, he became dear to the princes; the blood of the weasel mixed with ash of jena made them abominable. After an egg was taken care of breaking its shell; and in some countries it was forbidden for women to twist the spindle by the road, or to bring it out, because it did not harm the hopes of the harvest. After an egg was taken care of breaking its shell; and in some countries it was forbidden for women to twist the spindle by the road, or to bring it out, because it did not harm the hopes of the harvest. After an egg was taken care of breaking its shell; and in some countries it was forbidden for women to twist the spindle by the road, or to bring it out, because it did not harm the hopes of the harvest.

To these superstitions was added the terror of arcane power, the curiosity of occult things, the belief in witches and witches. These were ugly old women, greedy for venus, deadly to the parts, which were transfigured into beasts, kidnapped the children, changed them into cuna, and took them over. Garlic and spells were used to defend themselves from them. Vampires were also feared, dead who appeared to suck the blood of the living. Infinite was the number of the prestigious, and spells, and oracles, and amulets: Caldea’s astrologers abounded, Frigia’s wishes, and the soothsayers of India. The magical arts of witches are described by many ancient authors. Horace describes the enchantments of Canidia and Sagana, horrible by pallor, with bristling braided hair of serpentelli, anointed with the blood of the toads, barefoot, in black dress rolled up. They occupied a garden, in which they screamed the earth with their claws. Then they twisted a black lamb with their teeth, whose blood flowed into the pit, from which the shadows of the pierced had to come out. They held a wax and a wool figure; the higher one punished the other, who had the appearance of a supplicant and a slave to perish. One of them invokes Tisiphon, the otherHecate: and immediately the infernal dogs and the serpents surround them; the image of wax catches fire and casts a living splendor …. But hearing a noise the two sorceresses flee abandoning their teeth, hair, herbs and other instruments of malia (!). – The highest characters were not exempt from superstition. Tiberius always resorted to astrologers; he wore a laurel to protect himself from lightning; when he sneezed he wanted to be told: health!because he believed that this was favorable to him. To prevent the Prenestine, consisting of pieces of wood from being consulted, he had the box containing them brought in: but the next day the box was empty, and the fortunes had come back to Preneste itself. We already saw that Nero wanted to be initiated in the arcana de ‘maghi, believing he could thus dominate the gods as well as men. And he resorted to the magic ‘also to aquire the remorse that came to him from having killed his mother. – Every rich man had an astrologer among his servants. In all doubtful cases, they all resorted either to the fortune teller who predicted looking at the fingers, or to the necromancer who questioned the extinct. Fate was thrown when lightning fell, or a revolution happened, or the dead appeared. Youths anxious to inheritance, the girls eager for love, wives eager for offspring, old helpless, jealous lovers, ambitious magistrates flocked to those follies. Every city, every village had a statue, or a tabernacle, or a miraculous cave; and even the governors went to consult those portents when the public destinies were in doubt.

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Thus the human spirit, having lost the old faith, erred in search of new beliefs, when a whole new religion was introduced among the others: which, with the simplicity of the doctrine, contrasted with so many strange superstitions; with the dictates of a gentle morality, he responded to the most intimate needs of the heart; and the spiritualism of its principles attracted nauseated people with overwhelming sensuality. Such was the Christian religion. We already said how Jesus Christ was born under the reign of Augustus, and died during that of Tiberius. Palestine, where he was born, was one of the smallest and most disdained dependencies of the Roman Empire. It was the son of Joseph, blacksmith of the city of Nazareth, and of Mary, poor Jewess. She had gone with her husband to Bethlehem, a small mountain town in Judea, to be registered in the role of his tribe when Augustus ordered the general census of the empire. Taken from labor pains during the journey, she went into a cave, and there she gave birth to her son. He grew up in obscurity and obedience until about thirty years of age: he began to preach to the fishermen and to other people. – Blessed, he said, the poor in spirit, blessed are the meek, blessed are the merciful, for the kingdom of heaven is for them. Those who frown with their brother are guilty. I want mercy, not sacrifices. So far, they have told you: an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. I tell you instead that those who hit one cheek also present the other. So far, you have been forced to love your brother and hate the enemy. I also enjoin to love the enemy. I give you a new precept, that you love one another, As I loved you. Who has two tunics or give one to those who do not have it. Do alms but in secret, and your left hand does not know what the right hand does. Give loans without hope of spare, and your fruit will be wide. The preacher accompanied the words with deeds; he did not disdain to walk among sinners, and speak with blasphemers, and sit at table with hated publicans. He forgave the adulterous woman, did not reject the prostitute, shared bread even with the traitor, promised heavenly life to a thief, complied with the pains of humanity because he felt them. The preacher accompanied the words with deeds; he did not disdain to walk among sinners, and speak with blasphemers, and sit at table with hated publicans. He forgave the adulterous woman, did not reject the prostitute, shared bread even with the traitor, promised heavenly life to a thief, complied with the pains of humanity because he felt them. The preacher accompanied the words with deeds; he did not disdain to walk among sinners, and speak with blasphemers, and sit at table with hated publicans. He forgave the adulterous woman, did not reject the prostitute, shared bread even with the traitor, promised heavenly life to a thief, complied with the pains of humanity because he felt them.- The Jews, who had lost their independence since Pompey the Great subdued them to Roman rule, retained their own king, but were subject to a Roman headmaster: and this was then Pontius Pilate. In their prophetic books was written the promise that a savior would come to them. In this expectation they presaged a hero who would break the chains of his people, as Moses had done, freeing them from the slavery of Egypt, and bringing them back to the glorious times of David and Solomon. Jesus Christ, on the other hand, did not ban national independence, but universal brotherhood; he preached resignation, benevolence; he spoke of a kingdom that is not of this world:

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E anche l’ambivalenza dei sentimenti sempre suscitati dalle streghe nella loro tragica storia: paura e derisione, curiosità e … Coronata da serpenti, da lingue fiammeggianti, munita di fruste, seguita da una muta di cani ululanti, rappresentata in tre sembianze (Ecate, Diana e … malefica, masca, lamia, gli antichi Romani e gli altri popoli italici, i Sabini, i Marsi, gli Etruschi, già praticavano un tipo di magia …
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Ma tu avrai gli immensi spazi del cielo; sulla terra non possedevi un cane, ora avrai un’intera muta di cani dal pelo rosso; … durante i temporali, ma che potrebbe anche essere il ricordo della caccia notturna della dea Diana dei Romani: «(…) la credenza nella caccia notturna di Diana può considerarsi una sopravvivenza della rappresentazione di Ecate e della … locali del ‘cacciatore selvaggio’ e del suo esercito furente» (G. Bonomo, Caccia alle streghe, Palum- bo, Palermo 1959, p.
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170, ebbe a notare che « la luna cacciatrice notturna e regina del Sabbah fu identificata con la Diana dei Romani ». « Demonio di … 152, « diventa Diana certamente in grazia alla sua identificazione con Ecate e con Proserpina. … In una Vita di san Cesareo, vescovo di Arlea, si fa menzione di un demonio chiamato Diminuì dai cani- pagnuoli ». … Altre notizie in S. A. Nulli, / processi delle streghe, pp.
Il Filocolo – Volume 43

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And also the ambivalence of the feelings always aroused by witches in their tragic history: fear and derision, curiosity and … Crowned by snakes, by flaming languages, equipped with whips, followed by a pack of howling dogs , represented in three forms ( Hecate , Diana and … maleficent, masca, lamia, the ancient Romans and other Italic peoples, the Sabines, the Marsi, the Etruscans, already practiced a type of magic …
Traces of the sacred: historical itinerary from pre-Christian cults to …

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In the imperial age the cult of Hecate also imposed itself in the Roman world, where the goddess was venerated with the appellation of Trivia … 43-45; Dictionary of classical antiquities of Oxford, Rome 1963, entries Hecate and Trivia. particular sphere of action, he continued …
Athens and Rome – Volumes 1-2 – Page 105

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For even the ancients had their devil: it was this Hecate , a dark goddess, who was surrounded. black dogs screaming … and that with the same noise in the night of Valpurga (the night of May 1) try to scare the witches in the …
Athens and Rome bulletin of the Italian company of the diffusion and …

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C. brought to Rome from Pessinunte the mother of the gods, this came under the figure of rough stone; It must therefore be concluded that … Because even the ancients had their devil: it was this Hecate , dark goddess, who surrounded by black screaming dogs … and the scythes, and that with the same noise in the night of Valpurga ( the night May 1) try to scare the witches in their passage.
History of Italians – Volume 2 – Page 134

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One sorceress invokes Tisiphon, Hecate the other; immediately the infernal dogs and the serpents surround them; the image of wax catches fire … the two witches flee abandoning the teeth, the hair, the herbs and the tricolor bonds with which the hearts were struck 79. … Nero called to Rome Tiridale and other magicians to be started in their arcana, …
The stories of witches: history and fiction between the seventeenth and seventeenth centuries

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Dion Chrysostom in the fourth prayer De Regno23 says that those who consecrate themselves to Hecate or Proserpina, Queen of the Underworld, … magic, say that during their rites or mysteries, visions of dogs and strange monsters appeared to the initiates , and they saw fires, lightning and flashes26. … 24 The quotation from Dionigi di Alicarnasso (for which see the History of Ancient Rome, 2.19), as stated in the notes to Discimo, but …
From the Apennines to the Alps in the footsteps of popular religiosity

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Germanic women particularly popularized by Romanticism (in the Faust of Goethe witches gather on Blochsberg in … thieves, placing aediculae consecrated to Hecate , deities of the streets, invoked as Enodia and Trivia, the Christian tradition there … references to the Bible, to Fathers of the Church, at the Ordo Roma – num … that belong to the Res publica christianorum … … the sound of the bell let them fall on the ground like some sorcerers , who call the campanari canes latrantes, …
Il Meraviglioso: Valleys of the Luganese – Page 26

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But you will have the immense spaces of heaven; on earth you did not own a dog , now you will have a whole pack of red-haired dogs ; … during the storms, but that could also be the memory of the nocturnal hunting of the goddess Diana of the Romans : «(…) the belief in the nocturnal hunting of Diana can be considered a survival of the representation of Hecate and of the … local the ‘wild hunter’ and his furious army “(G. Bonomo, Caccia alle streghe , Palumbo, Palermo 1959, p.
The village of Cuccagna: and other folklore studies – Page 253

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170, he noted that “the moon night hunter and queen of the Sabbah was identified with the Diana of the Romans “. «Demon of … 152,« becomes Diana certainly thanks to her identification with Hecate and Proserpina. … In a Life of Saint Caesarean, bishop of Arlea, mention is made of a demon called Diminuì from the dogs – pamphlets ». … More news in SA Nulli, / witches’ processes , pp.
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Osmanlı belgelerinde Kızılbaşlar hakkında idam ve sürgün fermanları

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Gelişen zaman içinde Alevi-Kızılbaş varlığını Osmanlı İmparatorluğu tehdit olarak algıladı. Osmanlı Devleti’nin … Bir başka yerde “Danişmend azsa lşık olur, lşık azsa şeytan olur.”2 Osmanlı’nın ilk … Yine aynı kitabın değişik yerlerinde Şahkulu taraftarlarını kuduz köpekler olarak değerlendiriyor. Başka bir sayfada da İran …
Müfreze Kürecik Kuşatma Altında: Müfreze Kürecik Kuşatma Altında

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“Kızılbaşları bitirmeye ant içmişti sanki. Önüne çıkanı … Hayvan, insan demeyecek, koyunlarını, keçilerini, eşeklerini, katırlarını, atlarını, öküzlerini, ineklerini yok edecekti. İntikam … “Şeytan ne kadar lanetliyse, Kızılbaşlar da o kadar lanetlidir! 434.
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Vay dinsiz, vay imansız, vay Kızılbaş, vay zındık!.. Kadılar köpekse, köpeğin de köpeği var; onlara sesleniyor kadılar: — Varın, o zındığın ellerini kollarına bağlayın getirin … Bizim adımızı sesleyerek çağırıyormuşsun köpeklerini, öyle mi? … böyle kör şeytan varmı Pir Sultanım zatlarımız Gerçektir şöhretlerimiz Haram yemez itlerimiz Bu sözümde yalan var mı Kadılar çaresiz, başları önlerinde çekilip gitmişler …
Osmanlı’da Alevi ayaklanmaları – Page 14

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… olur, ışık azsa şeytan olur” diyor (9) Tokat – Amasya yöresindeki Alevi Kızılkocalı Türkmenleri’nin kırımına alkış tutuyor (10). … Bir başka yerde önerisi şöyle: “Kızılbaş fitnesinin çıkardığı yangını kanlar saçan kılıcın suyuyla söndürüp, onların kirli varlıklarını ortadan kaldırmaktır” diyor (12). Şahkulucuları “kuduz köpekler” (13), Yavuz dönemindeki olaylardan söz ederken de Aleviler’i “aşağılık Kızılbaş”lar …
Türk ansiklopedisi – Volume 31 – Page 14

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Ömer’in yanındakiler eşek üzerinde gitmekte, şeytan yarı çıplak, derisine boya ile lekeler yapılmış, yüzü sarıya, ağzının ve … çocuklar yüzlerini unla boyar veya maske takarlar. gülünç giysilere, hayvan postlarına bürünürler, Ömer’e yöneltilen iğneleyici şarkılar söyleyip güldürücü danslar yaparlar. … Bu sözlü geleneklerin yayınlanmış olanları vaıdır (Kızılbaş şairlerinden Mir’atî’nin Kerbelâ Destanı gibi).
Klâsik Osmanlı edebiyatı tiplerinden Rakı̂b’e dair – Page vi

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68 Kâfır, Dinsiz (dehrî, Ebûleheb, Ebûcehil, Firavun) 69 Kızılbaş, Hâricî 72 Kendini Beğenmiş (höd-bîn, höd-pesend) 73 Rakîbin Benzetildiği Unsurlar 74 Dev, Şeytan (dîv, şeytân, Ehrimen) 74 Köpek (it, kelb, seg) 78 Tilki (rûbeh) 81 Eşek (har, …
Türkiye’de Alevı̂-Bektaşı̂, Ahi ve Nusayrı̂ zümreleri: İttihat ve …

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… Hak meydanında hak söyle. Hû köpeğe, lânet Mervan’a” hitabıyla şikâyete izin verir. Alevîle- re göre Mervan, yalancılık ve ikiyüzlülüğün timsali, şeytanın vekili kabul edildiği … İşte Kızılbaşların canına okuyan bu mürşidler, bu asil Türk cemaatini sonsuza kadar cehalet içerisinde bırakmışlardır. O, sorar; fakat ona sorulmaz.
Adsız şehit: roman – Page 94

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Diyerek, titriyen bir sesle devam etti: — Topaklı’da bir sünnî kızılbaş ailelerinden birinin kızını bıcaklamış! Aileyi tanırım. … Şeytan görsün onun yüzünü! « *5 A □”‘ Zalim, gaddar, kaatil bir herifin köpekler görür günü gelince suratını! — M —
Türk kültürü araștırmaları [yayınlayan] Türk Kültürünü Araștırma …

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Türk kültürü araştırmaları – Volume 25 – Page 8

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… köpek) + + + + rûbeh — kadir bilmez + rû-siyeh (siyeh-rû, yükâfir (münkir, bî-din) + + — zü kara) + — — kara şebah + Seng-dil — karga (zâg, kelag, gurâb) + + + + seng-i siyah kazâ — sözleri serd + kılıç + sûsen — Kızılbaş +- şer + kör + + + şeytan …

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Death and exile fermans about the Kızılbaşlar in the Ottoman documents

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In the developing time, Alevis-Kizilbas was perceived as a threat to the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire … In another place, “Danişmend is the lesser of the light, the lesser is the devil.” 2 The Ottomans first … Again, in different places of the same book, their rabid supporters are considered rabid dogs. Another page is Iran …
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“Maybe he was sworn to finish the Reds. … The animal will not call people, but will destroy their sheep, goats, donkeys, mules, horses, oxen, cows. Revenge … “If the devil is cursed, the redbirds are so damned! 434.
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Wow ungodly, wow, unbeliever, wow Kizilbash, wow nuts! .. There are dogs and cats, dogs are dogs; they are calling out to them: – Have you tied the handles of that zinfold to your arms … Your dogs that you call out my name by voice? … there is such a blind devil Pir Sultanım vızlarımız Our reputation We do not eat haram We have lies Is there a lie The losers are desperate, their heads have been withdrawn in front of them …
Alevi uprisings in the Ottoman Empire – Page 14

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(9) Tokat – Aleppo Red Crescent Turcomans in Amasya cheers for the crime (10) … In another place, the proposal is as follows: “Put out the fire that Kizilbash is getting out of with the blood of the blood, (12). “The rabid dogs” (13), when talking about the events during the Yavuz period, also called the Alevis “inferior Kizilbash” …
Turkish encyclopedia – Volume 31 – Page 14

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The people beside Ömer go on the donkey, the devil is half naked, the skin is stained with paint, the face yellow, the mouth and … the children paint their faces with flour or mask. ridiculous clothes, replicas of animal skins, singing poignant songs directed at Omar and make funny dances. … These published verbal traditions are available (like the Kizilbad poet’s Miracle of the Qur’an).
From the Classical Ottoman Literature Types to Rakib – Page vi

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68 Kafir, Unbelievers (dehrî, Ebûleheb, Abûcehil, Pharaoh) 69 Kizilbash, Hâricî 72 Self-Likes (höd-bîn, höd-pesend) 73 Rakîbin Simulated Items 74 Dev, Satan (dîv, şeytan, Ehrimen) 74 Dog , seg) 78 Fox (rûbeh) 81 Donkey (har, …
Alevi-Bektashi in Turkey, Ahi coterie of Nusayri: Union and …

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… tell the truth right in the square. According to the Alevis, the mervans, deceit and hypocrisy, the devil was deemed to be a deputy … These murshids, who read the soul of the Kizilbash, have left this noble Turkish congregation in ignorance forever, but he is not asked.
Untitled martyr: roman – Page 94

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She continued with a trembling voice, saying: – She had one of her Sunni Girls in her lump! I know the family. … see the devil’s face! «* 5 A □” ‘A cruel, cruel,
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Turkish culture research – Volume 25 – Page 8

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Arşiv belgeleri ışığında Şeyh Hâmid-i Velî Somuncu Baba ve neseb-i âlîsî

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Gerçekten Kızılbaş tâifesinden olan Safevî Melikleri hep bunun neslinden gelirler4. Zaten Şeyh Abdurrahman-ı Erzincânî’nin … Şu anda şeytan onların gönüllerine hulûl eyledi ve bozuk kanlar gibi damarlarına girdi. Ve onları seleflerinin Hak …
Somuncu Baba ve neseb-i âlîsi (yüce nesebi): arşiv belgeleri ışığında

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Safiyyüddin Erdebîlî, Şah İsmail’in meşîhatı saltanata çevireceğini şöyle görmüştür: Bir gece âlem-i ma’nâda karnında köpek yavruları görür. … Gerçekten Kızılbaş taifesinden olan Safevî Melikleri hep bunun neslinden gelirler1. … Şu anda şeytan onların gönüllerine hulûl eyledi ve bozuk kanlar gibi damarlarına girdi.

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The Safavid Meliks, who are indeed from the Kizilbash, are always descended from this generation. Already the Sheikh Abdurrahman-i Erzincani … At this moment the devil has touched their hearts and entered the veins like broken blood. And their salvation is yours …
Somuncu Baba and neseb-i âlîsi (great adherence): in the light of archive documents

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Safiyyüddin Erdebîlî saw Shah Ismail translating the sultanate as follows: One night âlem-i ma’nâda sees the puppies in his belly. … Safavid Meliks, who are indeed from the Kizilbash order, always come from this generation. … At this point the devil hits their hearts and enters the veins like broken blood.

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Alevi ve Bektaşi tarih yazıcıları ve Anadolu Alevilerinin tarihi: …

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Kurnaz şeytan kükreyen bir arslan oldu. Fakat hala savaşın başında inançsızlar, … Ve onların hasta konuşan köpekleri hiç bilinmez, Onlar Hüseyin ‘in katilleri Gelecek dünyada krallar olacaklar. 309 Hz. Hüseyin’in İslâm tarihindeki önemli …
Folklor/edebiyat – Issues 29-30 – Page 87

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Server Bedi1: Bektaşi ler Arasında Bir Genç Kızın Hatıratı4 Server Bedii imzasıyla macera romanları arasında yayınlanan Bektaşiler … Yine bir öğle vakti ıssız tarlaların arasından amcasının yanına gitmek için yola çıkan Cemile ıssız bir yerde bir köpek ile karşılaşır. … Fazlı Baba’ya karşı merakı artan Cemile kendisiyle ilgili her şeyi bilmesinden dolayı onun Şeytan olduğunu düşünür ve kendisine bütün …
Türk Mitolojisi – Volume 1 – Page 483

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Can, Bektaşi edebiyatında çırak veya mürid demektir. “Vücud … başlangıçta köpek tüysüz ; fakat insan ise tüylü idi. Şeytan, köpeğe tüy verince, insanınkiler de yolunmuş ve bunun için de insanlar hastalıktan bir türlü kurtulamamışlardı 22. IH.
Türk ansiklopedisi – Volume 31 – Page 14

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Bütün yönleriyle Bektâşı̂lik ve Alevı̂lik: Edebiyât 1. kitap – Page 140

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Kadılardan biri onun sazı için “Şeytan icadı mı?” demiş, “Şeytan işi mi?” demiş, bir söz söylemiş… Kutsal sazını dalayan (köpeğin ısırması) kadı efendi de toplantıda imiş. … Venedik’ten gelir teli Eriktendir bunun kolu(150) Hey Allâh’ın sersem kulu Şeytan bunun neresinde? I (148) … Abdest alsan aldın demez Namaz kılsan kıldın demez Kadı gibi 140 BEKTAŞİ ALEVÎ EDEBİYA Tl Mizâh (Güldürü) a) Genel …
Uyur idik uyardılar: alevilik-bektaşilik araştırmaları – Page 116

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alevilik-bektaşilik araştırmaları Irène Mélikoff. timsaliyle canlandırılmıştır. Bu da bizi, haksız yere “Şeytan’a tapanlar” admı verdiğimiz Yezidîlerin inançlan konusundaki bilgilerimizi yeniden gözden geçirmeye zorluyor. … Sanem, saralı idi; yılanlar, köpekler ve başka acayip şekillere girmiş ruhlar ve cinler görüyordu.
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Bunların sonunda şu şiirim var, Hallac-ı Mansûr’u ifade eden: Seytani hurilerden geçtim geçeli Allah benden, ben Allah’tan ayrılmam … Vekil seçtik, köpek oldu, baş oldu Ettikleri yemin, sözü boş ALEvl – BEKTAŞI EDEBİYATı VE FOLKLORU 225.
Bektaşfliǧin içyüzü… – Page 347

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Siz bize şeytandan sual ettiniz. Biz de size (Men arefe nefsini) hadîsi … Köpeğe uyup nereye gidersiniz? demiş. A Sultan Murat ,bir gün yakınlarından … A Bir Bektaşi, bahçesini tımar ederken yanına birisi gelmiş. Kendisinden yemiş istemiş.
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Peki, kadınlar şeytana en yakın kimselerse onların doğurdukları çocukların durumları, nitelikleri ne olacaktır? Şafii mezhebine göre giysisi … Maliki mezhebinde köpeğin içtiği suyla abdest alınır: oysa kadın eli erkek eline değerse suç sayılır. Tarikatlarda da (Bektaşilik dışında) bütün uygulamalar böyledir; kadından pir, şeyh, mürşid olmaz, olamaz, kadın bir eğlence gerecidir. Burada, İslam dininin özü …
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Bektaşiler uygulamada kadını erkekten hiç ayırmazlar. … Namaz kılan bir kimsein önünden köpek, domuz ya da kadın geçerse namaz bozulur. Uğursuzluk üç şeyde vardır: Karıda, evde ve atta. Kadınlar insanın karşısına şeytan gibi çıkarlar.
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Cunning devil was a roaring lion. But they are still unbelievers at the beginning of the war … And their ill-talking dogs are never known, they are the killing of Hussein They will be king in the world to come. 309 Hz. Hussein’s important history on Islam …
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Server Bedi1: Bektashiler Between a young girl reminiscent of 4 Betsaşiler published as an adventure novel with the Bedii signature … Again at noon to go to the uncle of the field to go to the uncle Jemile encounter a dog in a desolate place. … Increasing his curiosity towards Fazlı Baba, Cemile thinks that he is Satan because he does not know everything about himself,
Turkish Mythology – Volume 1 – Page 483

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Can refers to an apprentice or an apostate in Bektashi literature. “The body … at the beginning, the dog was hairless, but the man was hairy, and when the devil gave the feather to the dog, the human beings were taken away, and for this reason people could not get rid of the disease.
Turkish encyclopedia – Volume 31 – Page 14

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The people beside Ömer go on the donkey, the devil is half naked, the skin is stained with paint, the face is yellow, the mouth and face are covered with flour or a mask. ridiculous clothes, replicas of animal skins, singing poignant songs directed at Omar and make funny dances. … If Fuzuli is read in Bektash and Alevi meetings of Hadikatus, how is the work of Hussein Vaiz …
Bektashism and Alevism in all directions: Literature 1. book – Page 140

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One of the gods said, “Did Satan invent it?” he said, “Satan’s work?” he said a saying … The marriage of the holy man (the dog’s bite), the lord of the sacrifice in the meeting. … comes from Venice celadon, and it is the arm (150) Hey where is the devil soul mocking devil? I (148) … Abdest alsun aldýn deðil Prayer kýrsýn kadýdýn demz demz Like a kadi 140 BEKTEKI ELLE LIBERA Tl Humor (Güldürü) a) General …
Sleep alert warnings: Alevism-homing investigations – Page 116

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Alevism-homing investigations Irène Mélikoff. animated. This forces us to re-eye our knowledge of the beliefs of the Yezidis, whom we give unfairly to the “devotees” worshipers. … Sanem was sarcastic; snakes, dogs, and other souls and goblins in the strange shape.
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At the end of these, there is this poem, which expresses Hallac-ı Mansur: I pass through the Seytani hurries God, I will not leave Allah … I elected the proxy, became the dog, was the head Oath, vow empty blank ALEVL – BEKTAŞI LITERARY AND FOLKLORE 225 .
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You did not want us to do it. We (the Men of the soul) are tradition … Where do you go to follow the dog? said. A Sultan Murat, one day from his relatives … A Bektashi, someone came to his garden while grooming. She wants to eat from her.
On Zarathustra’s poems – Page 69

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So what are the qualities of the children of the children whom they are the nearest to the devil? According to Shafi’i sect the dress is … The ablution is taken with the water that your dog drinks in the Maliki sect: whereas the woman is a criminal if it is a hand or a hand. In the sects (except Bektashism) all practices are like this; she can not be pir, sheikh, mürşid, can not, woman is a fun entertainment. Here, the essence of Islamic religion …
Alevism in Kurdish civilization – Page 258

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Bektashis never distinguish women from men in practice. … Prayer is a dog, pig or woman passes in front of someone who breaks the prayer breaks. There is three things about mischief: The wife, the house and the atta. Women come out like devils in the face of man.
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II. Battal Gazi ve Malatya Çevresi Halk Kültürü Sempozyumu – Page 217

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Tabiat üstü veya fâni bir varlık adı (umumiyetle ilk üye): cadı, cin, ejder, melâike, melek, peri, şeytan; âdem, ayşekadın, ebcehil, fadime … kıptî, rum, tatar, türk, yahudi; asker, avcı, avukat, bektaşi, bey, boyacı, çalgıcı, çavuş, çoban, deveci, dülger, evliyâ, fesçi, fıkara, firavun, … domuz, engerek, eşek, fare, fil, gazel, geyik, hınzır, inek, it, katır, keçi, kedi, keler, kirpi, koyun, kömüş, köpek, kunduz, kurbağa, kurt, …
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Osmanlı belgelerinde Kızılbaşlar hakkında idam ve sürgün fermanları

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Bu ocak Aleviliğin bir kolu veya yorumu olan Bektaşiliğe bağlıydı. Yeniçeri … Bir başka yerde “Danişmend azsa lşık olur, lşık azsa şeytan olur. … Yine aynı kitabın değişik yerlerinde Şahkulu taraftarlarını kuduz köpekler olarak değerlendiriyor.
Haftaya bakış – Volume 6, Issues 9-20 – Page 23

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ÇETİN ALTAN | Şeytanın Gör Dediği Osmanlı tarihinde cemaat ayaklanmaları Reel islam, Cezayir ve vahşet lizmi esas bundan ayıklamak ve I rektiğini … Ve ekranlardan her hafta izler Pufumuz bu görüntüler de bizi ak si tarihin derinliklerine dog- Sultanahmet camiine adını vermiş olan padişah l. …. AJevi-Bektaşi ” erce j ▻ Törenler, Belediye Başkanı Mustafa özcivan’ın konuşmasıyla başladı, öze ı varı.
Rückläufiges Wörterbuch der türkischen Sprache – Page 67

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II. Battal Gazi and Malatya Circle People Culture Symposium – Page 217

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Name of a supernatural or prostitute (generally the first member): witch, gin, dragon, melancholy, angel, fairy, devil; aam, ayşekadın, ebcehil, fadime … kapti, rum, tatar, turkish, yahudi; soldier, hunter, lawyer, superintendent, gentleman, painter, sergeant, sergeant, shepherd, camel, tulizer, married, fascist, jigger, pharaoh … pig, viper, donkey, mouse elephant, gazelle, deer, hunter , it, mule, goat, cat, kelp, hedgehog, sheep, goose, dog, beaver, frog, wolf, …
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Death and exile fermans about the Kızılbaşlar in the Ottoman documents

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This quarry was bound to Bektashi, a branch of Alevism or a commentary. Janissaries … In another place, “Danismend is the lesser of the light, the lesser is the lesser the devil … Again in different places of the same book, he regards his wise supporters as rabid dogs.
Weekly Review – Volume 6, Issues 9-20 – Page 23

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ÇETİN ALTAN | The devil sees the community revolts in Ottoman history Real Islam, Algeria and savagery lizmi to extract from this principle and I rule … And watch every week from the screens These images show us the depths of the history of the history of the Sultan who gave the name of the Sultanahmet mosque. …. AJevi-Bektashi “erce j ▻ The ceremonies started with the speech of Mayor Mustafa Ozcivan.
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Ansiklopedik Alevilik-Bektaşilik terimleri sözlüğü – Page 100

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Yine Battal Gazi, Aşkar adlı atını, bir süre için aslana emanet eder; Hıristiyan beyinin kızı erkek kılığında karşısına çıktığı zaman, ne denli güçlü olduğunu göstermek için bir aslanı elinde kedi gibi taşır. Benzer bir durum Hacı Bektaş Veli için de …
Aydınlar, kanaat önderleri, sanatçılarla Alevilik-Bektaşilik söyleşileri

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Alevilikle ilgili resimler içinde en sevdiğinin deve üzerinde kendi tabutunu götüren Hz. Ali figürü olduğunu söyleyen İrene MelikofFun yanından ayrılmayan bir İran kedisi de var. Çiçekler, tablolar, kitaplar, biblolarla MelikofFun evi bir müzeyi …
Türk edebiyatında Bektaşi tipine bağlı fıkralar: (inceleme-metin)

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Buyrun, arzu ederseniz siz de demlenin, yalnız bana dokunmayın. Bakmış, fârelerden söz dinleyen yok : — Hay Allah kahretsin, demiş. Bektaşi olacağıma keşke kedi olsaydım. Sizin bir okka samanınızdan otuz OKka dumanınızdan çıkarırdım.
Bektaşi kiz – Page 21

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Beni erkek olerak da Bektaşi yaptılar. Bu merasimi anlatmak çok uzun. O gece benim şerefime eğlenildi- Ama ne, … Babanın önünde süt dökmüş- :kedi gibi el pençe duruyordu. Gelenler, sık sık beni süzüyorlardı. Büyük bir sofra hazırlandı.
Osmanlı arşivi’nde, Mühimme ve İrâde Defterleri’nde, … – Page 47

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… taht-ı kazânızda karye-i îmâr’dan Ercüment nâm kimesne, Bir sureti: Dahi müşârün-ilcy kara Kadısına sen ki kadısın su- ret-i sicil gönderüb taht-ı kazânızda karye-i Kara- kedi’den Halil nâmkimesne BELGE: BOA – Mühimme Defteri, cilt: 12, s.
Bulgaristan’da Alevi-Bektaşi kültürü – Page 299

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S. S. Bobchev, Bulgaristan Kızılbaşlarından birinin, tavşanın Hz. Ali’nin kedisi olduğu ve dolayısıyla Kızılbaşların Hz. Ali’ye duydukları saygıdan bu hayvanın etini yemedikleri doğrultusundaki açıklamayı dile getirmektedir.’2′ A. Degrand, buna …
Günümüz Alevi, Bektaşi, Mevlevi, Nusayri: inanç ve toplum … – Page 102

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… taraf dökülmüş, damlar çökmüş, kediler, köpekler yavrulamış, harabeydi. 60 yılına kadar, dernek olarak yürüttük. Vakıflardan her sene biraz para kopararak, bazı restorasyonlarla eski havasına, eski haline dönüştürmeye çalıştık. Tabii bu …
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Kara kedi insanın önüne çıkarsa işlerin ters gideceğine inanıldığından dolayı kedinin önden geçmemesi için gidilen yol … Bektaşiler Budizm’deki tenasuh inancından etkilenerek yeniden dünyaya gelecek olan insanlar bir tavşan veya yılan …
Kediler krallara bakabilir – Page 90

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duvarlara bektaşi levhaları asılır, yerlere fırdolayı hasır dö- şenirdi. Tavandan peykelerin hizasına kadar inen camların önü çiçek saksıları, bilhassa fesleğenlerle donatılırdı. Kahvehanenin ortasında daima, etrafı saksılarla süslü bir havuz ve …
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Osmanlı resim sanatında kedi portreleri Aynı resmin tümüyle aynı bir başka kopyasının daha aynı albümde bulunması, … ederek avlamayı sevmeleri gibi özellikleri anlatılmasına rağmen ressam onları giydiği başlıktan bir Bektaşi olduğunu …

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Encyclopedic Dictionary of Alevism-Bektashism terms – Page 100

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Again Battal Gazi entrusts the lion named Aşkar to the lion for a while; When a Christian’s brains face her in her boyfriend’s sack, a lion floats like a cat in his hand to show how strong it is. A similar situation for Hacı Bektaş Veli …
Intellectuals, opinion leaders, Alevism-Bektashism talks with artists

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Among the paintings related to Alevism, Hz. There is also a Iranian cat that does not leave the side of Irene Melikofufun saying that it is Ali figure. Flowers, tables, books, bibllarla Melikofufun home museum …
Bektashi type of Turkish folklore in Turkish literature: (review-text)

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If you desire, you will be brewed, do not touch me alone. He looked at him, and he did not listen to the fâreler: – Oh god damn it. I wish I would be a cat. I took you out of your Okka straw by thirty oktaca smoke.
Bektaşi girl – Page 21

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They made me Bektaşi as a male. This ceremony is too long to tell. My honor had fun that night – but what, … milk poured in front of your father: the hand of the cat stood like a claw. The people who came in were often filtering me. A large table was prepared.
In the Ottoman archives, in Mühimme and İrâde Notebooks, … – Page 47

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Alevism-Bektashi culture in Bulgaria – Page 299

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S. S. Bobchev, Bulgaria One of the Kizilbans, the rabbit Hz. Ali was a womb and therefore the Kizilbashan Hz. The respect they have for Ali expresses the explanation for the direction that this animal does not eat meat. ‘2’ A. ​​Degrand, this …
Present Alevis, Bektashi, Mevlevi, Nusayri: belief and society … – Page 102

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… the sides were poured, the drops fell, the keds, the dogs were young, and they were ruined. Until 60 years, we have been acting as an association. We tried to get some money from the foundations every year and turn it back into old air with some restorations. Of course this is …
International Congress of Anatolian Beliefs: 23-28 October 2000 …

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The way to go past the kitten is because the black cat believes that if things go wrong, things will go wrong … Bektashiler The people who will come back to the world affected by the tenacity of Buddhism in Buddhism is a rabbit or a snake …
The cathedrals can look after the king – Page 90

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Nazım Pasa’nın anıları: – Page 41

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Bektaşi, desteği, münasebetsizliğine merak etmiş çalışmış, çabalamış yerinden koparmış. … cari bu gir ü dar Hakikatine bürhan-ı mücessem olarak bir yağmur, o münasebetle evde bir kaç ufacık göl ve hususiyle bir de tekir kedi peyda oldu.
The 1st International Symposium on Bektashism and Alevism: – Page 91

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Neden bu noktaya gelindi. Fütuhat ve yükselme devrinde aynı saflarda yer almış zümreler arasına sonralan neden kara kedi girdi. Mesele oldukça … Alevi-Bektaşi dünyasında “tasavvuf en belirgin çizgilerden biridir. Ama tasavvuf anlayışları da …
Türk folklor araştırmaları – Volume 14 – Page 6439

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Keza “Muaviye Mel’ûnun kedisi”diye tavşanı Şî’a mensuplarının sevmedikleri, bir de Şâh-ı Vilâyet Hazret-i Alî’nin atını ürkütmüş olarak da suçlandırıldığını duydum. Ibn-i Batuta, Sinob’da (ki … Jacob: Bektaşilik, s: 37). Alevîler Hz. Alî’nin …
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İlâhiyat Fakültesi mecmuasi: tarihî, içtimaî, dinî, felsefî

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… ve Bektaşilerden başka bir tarzda te- leKki edilmektedir, bu kelime talaffuz edilebilir, yalnız Alinin kedisi olduğu için etini … Tahtacı Aleviliği arasına Çelebi kolu Aleviliğinin te’siratı ve Bektaşi nefesleri, kendilerine ilk muallim olan Halil efendi …
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… Nasreddin Hoca’ya bağlı bir fıkra olarak anlatılmasını sayabiliriz: “Bu kedi ise et nerede, bu et ise kedi nerede?” (9) Bu açıdan incelediğimiz zaman Nasreddin Hoca fıkraları Ebu’n-Nevas, Cuhâ, bektaşi, incili Çavuş, molla, köylü, adamın biri, …

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Bektaşi, support, wondered about the inconvenience, worked, tore away from the struggling place. … this current of infrequency has been a rainfall as a process of self-reliance, a few small lakes in the house, and, in particular, a cat repellent.
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Why is it here? The reason why the black cat entered after the conquest and the groups of the same ranks in the ascension era. The issue is quite … In the Alevis-Bektashi world “mysticism is one of the most obvious lines. But the understanding of Sufism …
Turkish folklore investigations – Volume 14 – Page 6439

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I also heard that the members of the rabbit Shi did not like “Muaviye Mel’ûnun cat” and that Hazrat al-‘Ara of Shah-i Vilayet was also accused of scaring the horse. Ibn-i Batuta in Sinob (Jacob: Bektashism, p: 37). The Alawis Hz. Ali …
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After death, Alevis, Bektashis, Melami of the Feast, and the Shams of the Mevlevi people, life … Hazrat Ali, the cat carrying the body of the camel attracts, says that the Ali who entered from every direction of Medina saw the camel.
Faculty of Divinity: historical, social, religious, philosophical

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… and Bektashiler, this word can be pronounced, only because it is Alinin’s cat. The meat of the Alevis of Çelebi between the Tahsician Alevism and the Bektaşi breathes of the Alevis of Chalabi are the first teachers of their own, Halil Efendi …
50th birthday, 30th anniversary of the writing of my husband Professor. Dr. …

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Folklor ve etnografya araştırmaları – Page 447

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Türk fıkraları ve Nasreddin Hoca – Page 15

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… alan bir hikâyenin Nasreddin Hoca,ya bağlı bir fıkra olarak anlatılmasını sayabiliriz: “Bu kedi ise et nerede, bu et ise kedi nerede?” (9) Bu acıdan incelediğimiz zaman Nasreddin Hoca fıkraları Ebu,n- Nevvas, Cuhâ, bektaşi, İncili çavuş, molla, …
Türk dili araştırmaları yıllıǧı: belleten – Page 60

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Anadolu da Bektaşi fıkrası olarak anlatılan, “Bir akçe için hamamı yıkan Allah, senin istediklerin için şehri yıkar” fıkrası Daho’ya … Nasrettin Hoca’nın “Sesi sabah olunca çıkacak”, “Zerdaliyi yiyen gerdeğe girsin” fıkraları ile anonim olan “Kedi …
Ağaçeri Türkmenleri: Tahtacılar – Page 324

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Bütün Alevi-Bektaşi- lerde tavşanın tabu kabul edilmesi ve etinin yenmemesi hakkındaki anlatımlar arasında benzerlikler … Bunun yanı sıra Nevşehir yöresi Bektaşileri ile Balkanlardaki Aleviler tavşanı Hz. Ali’nin kedisi olarak kabul ederler, …
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Şebinkarahisar I. Tarih ve Kültür Sempozyumu: 30 Haziran-1 Temmuz …

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In Search of God the Mother: The Cult of Anatolian Cybele

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Fethullah Gülen’in 40 yıllık serüveni: yol arkadaşı Nurettin Veren …

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Üstelik Musa’nın kedisi üzerine haberler ve de yorumlar üreten medya bu kez sus pus. … Bektaşi çoktan beri gitmediği komşu kasabaya uğramış, eski dostlarından birini görmek istemiş, omuzdaşının evine varmış, kapıyı çalmış, pencereden bir …
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Bulgaristan Türk halk edebiyatı metinleri – Volume 2

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Folklore and ethnography research – Page 447

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Turkish Fikers and Nasreddin Hoca – Page 15

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… is a story told by Nasreddin Hodja as a connected anecdote: “Where is this cat, and where is this cat?” (9) When we studied this painfully, Nasreddin Hodja, Abu, N-Nevvas, Juhâ, Bektashis, Bible sergeant, molla, …
Turkish language researches are yearly: belleten – Page 60

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Anatolia is described as Bektashi freak, “God who washed the bath for a paque, destroys the city for what he wants” Daho’ya … Nasrettin Hodja’s “The sound will come out in the morning”, “Zardaliyi eats the other” Cat …
Wooden Turkmens: Tahtacılar – Page 324

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In all Alevis-Bektashis there are similarities between the taboo acceptance of rabbits and the revelation about the eaten of the flesh … In addition to this, the Bektas of Nevşehir region and the Alevi rabbit in the Balkans Hz. They accept it as Ali’s cat, …
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Şebinkarahisar I. History and Culture Symposium: June 30-July 1 …

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If the cat lie, this guest will come. Passing in front of one of the black cat’s is considered bad luck. … Believe, in History and Today Shamanism, Ankara 1972, p.64 46 Ahmet Yasar Ocak, pre-Islamic bases of Alevis and mythic beliefs. Istanbul …
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Fethullah Gulen’s 40-year adventure: journey companion Nurettin Veren …

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Moreover, the media producing news and commentary on Musa’s womb this time su pus. … Bektashis has come to the neighboring town where he has not gone since, wanted to see one of his old friends, arrived at his shoulder’s house, stole the door,
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Bulgarian Turkish Folk Literature Texts – Volume 2

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Zı̇yâ Paşa: üzerı̇nde bı̇r araştırma – Volume 1 – Page 314

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Bektaşi bu hâle bakmış da, “Ev yıkıldı; lâkin hele şu desteği yerinden koparabildik” demiş Nâzım Beyin, İstanbul’dan … gîr ü dâr hakikatine burhân-ı mücessem olarak bir yağmur, o münâsebetle evde birkaç göl ve husûsiyle bir tekir kedi peydâ …
Öküz: Aylik kültür-fizik dergisi – Volume 4, Issues 56-62 – Page 88

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Kedi bir tema, kedigiller ise bu temanın varyasyonları, ya da abartılı benzerleri. … Her şey bir yana, “kedi … Pala Divan Şiiri Sözlüğü. Akçağ Yay 6- D. Yıldırım. Türk Edebiyatı Bektaşi Tipine Bağlı Fıkral – a ri 2o Czg|ROMAN Tekrar yayınlanışının …
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Türkiye bibliyoğrafyası – Issues 1-6 – Page 182

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C4 düzeyleri ve monoklonal antikorlar… incelenmesi: 124O* Bektaşi ilmihali: 961 Belgeler gerçekleri konuşuyor: 1067 Ben … Cimentaş: 1141 Çtzmell kedi: 933- Çocuk bakıcısı: 1277* Çocuk sarkılan: 1304 Çocuklarda enfekslyon-malnütrlsyon …
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Eğlenceli hikâyeler

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Understanding and Influencing Public Support for Insurgency and …

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Osmanli: devrinde son sadriazamlar – Volume 1 – Page 284

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Varlık – Issues 1048-1053 – Page 8

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… Geçer şehrin bütün camlarından” Saksılar, çamaşırlar, pencereler, şekerli çay, kediler, cumartesilerle kurulan “ev içi”, … Türküleri Alevi Bektaşi Folklorunda “Kuş” Motifi Giresun’da Dilektaşlan Kültürü Oturak Alemleri Arguvanlı Halk Şairleri …
Kardeş türküler: 15 yılın öyküsü – Page 344

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Na kare ser geret u cat kerdene ke bımorime, hendé bêçıkanê dı desta ranévereno d, Her çira ravér, dökümanteré ka … hawurê cı niyê. propagandasıyla taçlandırılmış “yatılı bölge okulları ve Bektaşilik” gibi özel süreçlerden; “Haydi Kızlar …

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Zıya Pasha: research on the subject – Volume 1 – Page 314

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Bektashi looked at this situation and said, “The house has been destroyed, but we have been able to tear it away from the support.” Nazim Brain, from Istanbul … a rain as a genuine truth, a lake with a few lakes in the house and a cat …
Ox: Aylik culture-physics magazine – Volume 4, Issues 56-62 – Page 88

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The cat is a theme, the cat variations are variations of this theme, or exaggerated. … Everything aside, “cat … Pala Divan Şiiri Sözlüğü Akçağ Yay 6 – D. Yıldırım Turkish Literature Bektashi Type Fikral – a ri 2o Czg |
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Bibliography of Turkey – Issues 1-6 – Page 182

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C4 levels and monoclonal antibodies … Examination: 124O * Bektashi ilmihali: 961 Documents speak the truths: 1067 I … Cimentaş: 1141 Çtzmell cat: 933- Babysitter: 1277 * Child shed: 1304 Infection-malnutrition in children …
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This is the first time that we have been involved in the development of the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan, the …
Ottoman: the last sadriazams in the period – Volume 1 – Page 284

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Being – Issues 1048-1053 – Page 8

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Brother Türküler: story of 15 years – Page 344

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Dersim Alevi Kürt mitolojisi: Raa Hag’da dinsel figürler – Page 97

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Seyitlerin Muhammedi kökleri olduğuna atıfta bulunmakla “sembolik’ de olsa İslam dünyasıyla kimi köprüler kurmuş oldukları bilinmektedir. Dolayısıyla söz konusu dönüşümde Müslümanlar arasında köpeği pis ve uğursuz sayan inançların …
Kürt uygarlığında Alevilik – Page 258

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Alevilik’te kadın daha özgürdür. … Kadının bu özgürlüğe kavuşması Anadolu halklarının eski kültürlerinin Alevilik kanalıyla ortaya çıkması sonucu mümkün olabildi. Zerdüştlük ve … Namaz kılan bir kimsein önünden köpek, domuz ya da kadın geçerse namaz bozulur. Uğursuzluk üç şeyde vardır: Karıda, evde ve atta. Kadınlar …
Osmanlı’da Alevi ayaklanmaları – Page 69

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Eğer ocakta yanan ateşin alevi ıslık çalarsa, uğursuzluk kabul edilir. Ocağın sol tarafına tükürülür. Gözü kör olası, dili tutulası bak beni kovlaşıyor” derler. c. Ölüme bağlı adetler: Pencereye saksağanın konup, ötmesi, köpeğin uzun uzun uluması …
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Aynı şekilde köpek uluması da uğursuzluk sayılmakta yine bir kimsenin öleceğine işaret kabul edilir. Sabahın erken saatinde tavşan görmenin uğursuzluk sayılması. … ANADOLU ALEVİ-BEKTAŞİ KİMLİĞİNİN TARİHSEL ARD ALANI Prof.
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Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri Orhan Yılmaz. karşı koruma sağlarlar. Sürünün yer değiştirmesi durumunda, çoban köpekleri de sürüyü belli bir mesafe koruyarak, takip ederler. Fakat bazen … Katır ise, uğursuz sayıldığı için yetiştirilmez. Bunun …
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Sonuç Yukarıda verilen bilgiler ışığında, Muğla yöresi Alevi Türkmenlerin ölümle ilgili inanış ve uygulamaları hakkında şu … Baykuş, eski çağlardan beri pek çok kültürde, insanlar tarafından kötülük, uğursuzluk, felaket ve ölümün sembolü olarak kabul edilmiştir. Altay ve Sibirya mitolojilerine göre köpek, Tann’nm kendisine verdiği kutsal görevi ihmal edip şeytana yardım etmesi dolayısıyla aldatıcı bir …
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Alevi Zazaların hayvanlar hakkındaki uğurlu, uğursuz telâkkileri arasında tavşanın … ard ayakları köpeğe benzediği ve bu suretle muhtelif hayvan âzasının birleşmesinden hasıl olmuş vasıfsız bir hayvan olduğu için) sevilmediğini görüyoruz.
Yüzyıllık gölgeler – Page 48

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Kuşları yöneten bir kartal, denizdeki askerleri yöneten bir beyaz köpek balığı, karadakileri yöneten bir aslan ve cinleri yöneten … Sonra oradan, ağacın yer altına indiği çukurdan büyük bir alev fışkırdı ve gökteki bulutlara değdi o uğursuz alevin …

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Dersim Alevi Kurdish mythology: religious figures in Raa Hag – Page 97

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It is known that the Seyitler are Muhammedi roots and they have established some bridges in the Islamic world, even if they are “symbolic”. Therefore, in this transformation, the belief that dogs are filthy and ominous among Muslims …
Alevism in Kurdish civilization – Page 258

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In Alevism, women are more free. … It is possible that the woman’s attainment of this freedom was the result of the emergence of the old cultures of the Anatolian peoples with the Alevism channel. Zoroastrianism and … Prayer is a dog, pig or woman in front of someone who breaks the prayer breaks. There is three things about mischief: The wife, the house and the atta. Women …
Alevi uprisings in the Ottoman Empire – Page 69

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The Turks have gathered treachery in the form of “nadaan (crude) Turk”, “etrâk-ı bi-itrak (foolish Turks)”, “Turk-ü bedlika (ugly) Turk”, “Shepherd dog … susan Turkmen” Turks “,” Bad-way Turkmen “,” ominous people “,” corrupt Turkmen …
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In the war between Spain and France, four thousand trained military dogs determined the outcome of the war with the help of the Spanish army. … One of the most honorable revolutionaries, Philippe Lebas, who died in the night of that ominous Noth Thermidor, is the dog namedChiller, the owner of Philippe’s widow … As the night approached, the rain accelerated, the wind plummeted into the chimney, and the flame in the fireplace rustled.
I. Mediterranean Region Socio-Cultural Structure of Turkish Communities (Yörükler) …

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If the flame of the fire burning in January is whistling, it is considered bad luck. Spit on the left side of the oven. The eyes are blind, the language is being watched, and me is being censored. “C. The customs of death: The magic of the magician, the long long authority of the dog …
International Congress of Anatolian Beliefs: 23-28 October 2000 …

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Likewise, the dog’s authority is regarded as bad luck and again, it is considered to be the sign of one’s death. Seeing rabbits early in the morning is considered bad luck. … HISTORICAL ARD AREA OF ANADOLU ALEVİ-BEKAŞİİ IDENTITY
RUSSIANS (ASSOCIATES AND HUBYARS): Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri – Page 44

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Alevi Turkmen of Beydili Orhan Yilmaz. protection against. If the crawl is displaced, the shepherd dogs will follow the road, maintaining a certain distance. But sometimes … A mule is not raised because it is considered ominous. This …
I International Turkish Language and Literature Student Congress, 11-13 September …

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Conclusion In the light of the above information, the Muğla region is about the beliefs and practices of Alevis of Turkmen on death … Owl has been accepted as a symbol of evil, evil, disaster and death by people in many cultures since ancient times. According to the Altaic and Siberian mythologies, the dog is deceptive because God neglects the sacred task he has given him and helps the devil.
Turkish culture: Turkish Cultural Research Institute publishes monthly magazine

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Among the auspicious and ominous implications of the Alawi Zazas are that they are not loved because the rabbit … is an unskilled animal whose backs are similar to dogs and are made up of various animal beasts.
Century shadows – Page 48

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An eagle who manages the birds, a white dogfish that manages the soldiers in the sea, a lion who directs the blacksmiths, and a ruler of the daemons … Then a great flame sprang from the pit that the tree dug underneath, and the oceans of the sun …

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Alevi ve Bektaşi İnançlarının İslam Öncesi Temelleri

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Hattâ hiçbirini kabul etmeyip bu inancın Türkler’e mahsus olduğunu düşünenler231 ve Çin, İran menşe’lerinin ikisini … beş elemandan söz edilmektedir: Ağaç: İşareti yin, temsilci hayvanı kaplan; toprak: İşareti siu, temsilci hayvanı köpek; su: …
Dersim Alevi Kürt mitolojisi: Raa Hag’da dinsel figürler – Page 176

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Ugarit tanrıçalarından Aşeralı da tanrı El’in meskeni olan Saphon dağına gitmek için eşeğine semer vurup yola çıkmıştır. Tarihçi Thomas … Daha ilginç olan, kimi tanrı ve tanrıçaların köpek üzerinde durur tasvirlerinin olmasıdır. Özellikle …
To set them free: the early years of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk – Page 121

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Birden, çiftliğin büyük çoban köpeği koşarak yanlarına geldi. Sonra da önlerine … Köpek, kapıyı burnuyla açtığında içeride dört tane sevimli yavrusu olduğunu gördüler. Mustafa ve … Köpeklerden birine Cin, öbürüne de Alev adını koydular.
Üçüncü Uluslararası Türk Kültürü Kongresi bildirileri: 25-29 Eylül …

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25-29 Eylül 1993, Ankara Alev Kâhya-Birgül, Atatürk Kültür Merkezi (Ankara, Turkey). … Ayrıca Göktürk hükümdarı Bilge Kağan’ın Çin elçisi ile görüşürken Tibet- liler’i “köpek soyundan geldikleri” şeklinde aşağılaması, kurdu göğe ait bir …
Türkiye’ de sol akımlar: Mete Tunçay – Page 298

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Menfaatleri ÇİN pazarlarını soymak olan emperiyalist devletler bu genç aleve karşı birleşiyorlar. … 1 Mayıstan bir hafta sonra hükümet bütün polis kuvvetlerini seferber etti onları kudurmuş birer köpek gibi işsiz tütüncülerin bulunduğu kahvelere …
Tarih: Türk dünyası tarih ve kültür dergisi – Issues 157-168 – Page 50

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Halkı, 1948’de Çin’in baskısından kaçarak Afganistan’a, oradan da 1 965’te Karadeniz üzerinden Van’ın Erciş yöresine yerleştirilmiş Kırgız … Stewart, Dene kabilelerinin köpekten türedikleri hikâyesini dinleyerek, onların Ch’i-pi’ler’in (Uygurların Çince adı) torunları oldukları sonucuna varıyordu2-. … Hızır ve Nebi’nin buluştuğu o günü, komşu Kürt Alevileri Dedeköy’de benzeri bir biçimde kutlamaktadır.
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Sonra alev saçan gözlerini ve kan damlayan çene kemiklerini onlara çevirerek açıp kapamaya başlayınca üçü de korkudan kanları donmuş ve tatlı canlarını kurtarmak için çığlık çığlığa bozkırda kaçmaya başlamışlar. Söylendiğine göre … Bu köpek o günden beri ailenin başına belâ olmuştur. Bunu yazmamın sebebi; bilinen …
Türk Edebiyatı – Issues 339-344 – Page 56

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Aklıma, şair Ali Akbaş’ın “Göygör için yazdığı şiirden bazı mısralar geliyor: Ne kadar özenmiş hilkatin eli Bir depremde doğan yayla güzeli Ninniler … göl mavi her şey semâvî Arşa çıkar ateşgâhın alevi Burası Kafdağı tezatlar evi Çıkar her adımda bir masal devi Dağlar deve olur bulut güvercin Bir … Mağaranın bu büyüklüğü Ballıca köyü halkı arasında ‘Mağaraya yavru giren köpek, büyümüş olarak çıkar.
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… tozlu duvara asılmış, somunlu vidalarla tutturulmuş, kilidin uzun girişinin her ucu gibi alev biçiminde biten ve açıkta duran demir bağlarla süslü kapılardı bunlar. … öyle ki, işadamları, Grandet’yi her zaman her şeye hazır gördükçe, buyruğu altında bir peri, bir cin bulunduğunu sanabilirlerdi. Nanon döşemeleri sarsacak derecede horlamaya başladığı zaman, kurt köpeği avluyu beklerken esnediği zaman, …
Muhtasar İslam tarihi – Volume 2 – Page 618

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Halife Mütevekkil, halk arasında bir isyanın meydana gelmesini önlemek için de Kur’an-ı Kerim üzerindeki her türlü münakaşaları yasak etti. Evvelce Mu’tezîle … Hristiyan evlerinin kapılarına köpek ve maymun resimleri yaptırttı. … Bu sebepten alevilerin hilâfet ümitlerini kat’i surette ortadan kaldırma teşebbüsünde bulundu.

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Pre-Islamic Foundations of Alevis and Bektashi Beliefs

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Even those who do not accept anything and think that this belief is reserved for the Turks231 and two of the origins of China, Iran … five elements are mentioned: Tree: Repeat the sign; earth: sign siu, representative animal dog; water: …
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From Ugarit’s god, Atar al-god went out on his way to his mount to go to Mount Saphon, the resurrection of El’in. The historian Thomas … More interesting is the fact that there are depictions of some gods and gods standing on the dog. Especially …
To set them free: The early years of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk – Page 121

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Suddenly, a large shepherd dog ran to your side of your farm. Then they saw … The dog saw four cute puppies inside when the door opened with a nose. Mustafa and … One of the dogs put the name of the flame in the genie, and the flock.
Third International Congress on Turkish Culture: 25-29 September …

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25-29 September 1993, Ankara Alev Kâhya-Birgül, Atatürk Culture Center (Ankara, Turkey). … In addition, when Göktürk’s ruler Bilge Kagan was talking to the Chinese ambassador, the humiliation of the Tibetans as “they came from the line of the dog” …
Turkey’s left currents: Mete Tuncay – Page 298

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The interests of the imperialist states, which are stripping the CHINA markets, unite against this young ale. … 1 A week after May, the government mobilized all the police forces to kill those unemployed tobacco workers like dogs …
Date: Turkish world history and culture magazine – Issues 157-168 – Page 50

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The people of Kyrgyz, who fled the Chinese press in 1948 and settled in Afghanistan in 1965 and then on the Black Sea in 1962, in Van’s Ercis area … Stewart listened to the story of their tayreds from their dogs, (the Chinese name of the Uighurs) were the result of their grandchildren. … Khidr and Nebi meet that day, the neighboring Kurdish Alawis celebrates in a similar way in Dedeköy.
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Then, as they turned their flaming eyes and blood-dripping jaw bones to them, the three of them began to flee to the screaming scream to save their frozen and sweet lives. As you have been told … This dog has been a burden to the family since that day. The reason I wrote this; known …
Turkish Literature – Issues 339-344 – Page 56

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Aklıma, poet Ali Akbaş’s poem “Some of the poems written for Göygör come out: How careful hilkatin hand is born on an earthquake is beautiful with ninjas … lake blue everything is the semaphore This is the flame of the fireworks This is the contradiction of the figurine. camel is cloud dove One … This size of the cave is among the people of Ballica village ‘The puppy entering the cave comes out as grown up.
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… these are doors that are hanged by dusty walls, glued with nutshells, decorated with iron ties that are exposed in the form of flames, like all of the long entrance of the kiln. … so that businessmen might think that when Grandet was always ready for everything, there was a fairy and a gin under his command. When the nano starts to snore at the time when the noodles shake, when the wolf snuggles while the dog is waiting …
Concise History of Islam – Volume 2 – Page 618

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Khalifa Mutekiqir, to prevent a rebellion among the people to come to the ranks of the Qur’an, all the controversy on the Koran was forbidden. Previously Mu’tazi … He made pictures of dogs and monkeys on the doors of Christian homes. … Therefore, he attempted to lift the flare’s hopes of the khalaf from the center.

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Erdem: Atatürk Kültür Merkezi dergisi – Issue 43 – Page 11

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Timur adeta deliye dönerek uğursuz şehrin yakılmasını şöyle emreder: “Bu şehir beni sevgilimden ayırdığı için lânetlenecek ve yakılacak. … Perde ve I. Sahnede savaşta esir aldığı Türk, Suriye, Trabzon ve Kudüs sultanlarına şunları söyler: “Uluyun köpekler! … süslenmiş yollarda, ulu kartallar tarafından çekilen alev alev yanan parlak bir arabaya binerek CHR1ST0PHER MARLOVVE’A GÖRE TİMUR 11.
Aleviliğin toplumsal boyutları – Page 103

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(Câ- bir’in bildirdiğine göre) “Uğursuzluk üç şeyde vardır: karıda, evde ve atta. … (Usame bin Zeyd’in söylediğine göre7 “Namaz kılan kimsenin önünden köpek ya da eşek, ya da domuz ya da kadın geçerse, namaz … Şeriatın kadına tanıdığı ikinci sınıf insanlık anlayışı ile Alevi anlayışı hiçbir zaman bağdaşmamıştır.
Mitolojik Türk kültürü üzerine çelişkiler – Page 396

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Tavşan kültürünün, Türk kültüründe dışlanması: Türk halk kültüründe “Tavşan” uğursuzluk işareti olarak kabul edilip, bir dışlama kültür olarak kullanılır. … Tüyü var, fareye benzer, – Ayağı var, köpeğe benzer – Kuyruğu var, domuza benzer, Ey dost, onun için yenilmez bu. “C2) . Abdulkadir İnan. Alevilik – Bektaşilik. l992.
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Bir de ne göreyim, a dostlar, odunun alevi ziyade gelmiş, çorba Iâpa değil plâv olmuş, simsiyah dibi tutmuş. . Bu zahire … Ebülfazıl Enverî için bu dünya yüzünde vukua gelen her hareketin uğurlu uğursuz olmak üzere iki manası vardır. Rüzgârın uğultusu, ağaçları tahriki, bir kuşun ötüşü, kapı gıcırtısı, köpek havlaması, ve bütün bu nevi sesler, hareketler hayır veya şerden haber veren birer faldır, İnsan …
Türk romanında Kurtuluş Savaşı: inceleme – Page 429

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Yüzyıllar boyunca köylüyü ezen, tüketen uğursuz güçler yenilgiye uğratılmış mıdır? Köylüler’in dokusunu ve … Köy alev alev yanmaktadır. Roman, bu yangını … Köpekler tin tin koşuşuyor, ikide bir göğe doğru uluyorlardı. ” Bu betimlemeyi …
Büyük lûgat ve ansiklopedi: ek cilt – Volume 1 – Page 30

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1918) ve Hel- mut Striffer (dog. … {Yoksul Kombach halkının birdenbire zengin olması), 1970: Dte Moral der Rulh Halb- fass [Ruth Halbfass’m ahlâkı], 1972: Stroh- leuer [Saman alevi], 1972): Peter Fleisch- man (Jagdszenen aus Nlederbayern …
Değişim sürecinde kırsal kesim alevîliği: – Page 177

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Hayvanlarla ilgili olanlar Köpeğin havlaması Azraili görmesine yorumlanmakta; horozun akşam ötmesi ve kara kedinin insanın önünden … Tavşan, tilki ve fare uğursuz hayvanlar; olarak kabul edilirlerdi. … Türkdoğan, Alevi Bektaşi Kimliği, s.
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Alev Alatlı. ner bebeyi haşerattan korur, hastanın terini siler, yavukluya armağan olur, hasreti iyileştirir. ” Oysa “türban öyle … fitne ve uğursuzluk kaynağı olmamızdan başka, dinen ve aklen dûn (eksik) yaratıldığımız, namazı bozan köpekler ve …
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Atın kişnemesi, baykuşun ötmesi ve köpeğin uluması çevreden birinin öleceğini gösterir. Kedi yalanırsa bu misafir gelecek demektir. Siyah kedinin birinin önünden geçmesi uğursuzluk sayılır. … İnan, Tarihte ve Bugün Şamanizm, Ankara 1972, s.64 46 Ahmet Yaşar Ocak,Alevi ve bektaşi İnançlarının İslam öncesi Temelleri.
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Erdem: Ataturk Cultural Center magazine – Issue 43 – Page 11

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Timur commands the burning of the ominous city by turning a pit: “This city will be cursed and burned for separating me from my beloved …” Curtain and I. Stage tells the sultans of Turks, Syria, Trabzon and Jerusalem, … on the decorated roads, riding on a bright car burning by the eagles, CHR1ST0PHER MARLOVVE.
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(According to a report by Cain) “There is three things in the land: in the land, in the house and in the attitude …” (According to Usame bin Zeyd, “When a dog or donkey, or a pig or woman, prayer … The understanding of second class humanity and Alevism understanding which is known to woman of sharia has never been reconciled.
Contradictions on mythological Turkish culture – Page 396

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Rabbit culture, exclusion in Turkish culture: In Turkish folk culture “Rabbit” is regarded as a sign of bad luck and used as a culture of exclusion. … There is a feather, similar to a mouse, – There is a foot, it is like a dog – There is a tail, like a pig, O friend, it is invincible for him. “C2) Abdulkadir Belan, Alevism – Bektashism, l992.
Mustafa Nihat, the author of Turkish Literary History

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Also, what do I see, a friends, the wood has come to the flame, the soup is not plaster, plat, has held a black rod. . There are two meanings for this movement: Auspicious Enveri is an auspicious and auspicious aspect of every movement in this world. The humming of the wind, the drive of the trees, the crowing of a bird, the squeak of the door, the dog bark, and all these noble voices, movements,
Turkish War of Independence: review – Page 429

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Are the ominous forces consuming and consuming the peasants for centuries defeated? The villagers’ doctrine and … The village is flaming. Novel, this fire … The dogs were running tin tin, they were heading towards a chest. “This description …
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Those related to the animals are interpreted as seeing the dog’s bark Azraili; and the black cat in front of the man … Rabbits, foxes and mice are ominous animals; . … Türkdoğan, Alevi Bektashi Identity, p.
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Flame Alert. where the baby protects haşerattan, wipes the patient’s skin, the baby becomes a gift, heals the longing. “Whereas the turban is so … other than our being a source of corruption and misfortune, the dogs that are created and incarnated, the dogs that break the prayer …
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The horseshoe shows that the one who turns the dog’s voice and the dog’s voice is going to die. If the cat lie, this guest will come. Passing in front of one of the black cat’s is considered bad luck. … Believe, in History and Today Shamanism, Ankara 1972, p.64 46 Ahmet Yasar Ocak, pre-Islamic bases of Alevis and mythic beliefs.
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Dinsel, etnik ve politik sorunlar bağlamında Alevi Kürtler – Page 210

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Bizi yaramazlık yaptığımız zaman, Şeytan çarpar diye korkutmuyorlardı. Şeytan yalnızca … İnsan geçimsiz olduğunda, hırsızlık yaptığında vs. ona şeytan girmiş diyorlardı. (Amca: … O kişi kötü hayvan olarak geliyor (köpek gibi). İyi insan ise …
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… olur, ışık azsa şeytan olur” diyor (9) Tokat – Amasya yöresindeki Alevi Kızılkocalı Türkmenleri’nin kırımına alkış tutuyor (10). … Şahkulucuları “kuduz köpekler” (13), Yavuz dönemindeki olaylardan söz ederken de Aleviler’i “aşağılık Kızılbaş”lar …
Alevi inançları ve Hüsniye’nin öyküsü – Page 120

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Bundan da bir doğum olur ki, insanı kendisinden çıkarıp etek öğe- liğine, şeytan öğeliğine sürükler. Kötü öğeler … Bu insanların kimi kaplan gibi, kimi arslan gibi, kimi kurt, kimi at, kimi köpek veya deve gibi yürüyenleri vardır. Kimisi yılan gibi …
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(Alevilik-Ali-Kerbela) Yağmur Say. Kılıçlar Hüseyin ‘in … Kurnaz şeytan kükreyen bir arslan oldu. Fakat hala savaşın … Ve onların hasta konuşan köpekleri hiç bilinmez, Onlar Hüseyin ‘in katilleri Gelecek dünyada krallar olacaklar. 309 Hz.
Kürt uygarlığında Alevilik – Page 258

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Alevilik’te kadın daha özgürdür. … Kadının bu özgürlüğe kavuşması Anadolu halklarının eski kültürlerinin Alevilik kanalıyla ortaya çıkması sonucu mümkün olabildi. Zerdüştlük ve … Namaz kılan bir kimsein önünden köpek, domuz ya da kadın geçerse namaz bozulur. … Kadınlar insanın karşısına şeytan gibi çıkarlar.
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Aleviler’in temsilcileri bu tür yorumların art niyetli kişilere hizmet etmesinden endişe ettiklerini belirtirken, Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı Başmüfettişi Dr. … art niyetli kişilerce bağnaz fikirlilerin şeytani emellerine tercümanlık yapacağından kuşku duymaktayız’ diye eleştirdi. Kocadağ, ‘köpek’ örneğinin mantık boyutundan yoksun olduğunu belirterek, ‘Köpek ile ilgili bir vaka yerine, hırsızlık yapan bir kişinin Ceme …
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Bütün yönleriyle Bektâşı̂lik ve Alevı̂lik – Volume 2 – Page 75

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Şeytan bunları söylerken yılan uyuyordu. Şeytan da yılanın içine girdi. Yılana dedi ki: … Köpek: – Gözüme görünmedi. Bunun üzerine Tanrı yılana şöyle söyledi: … Şeytanın sözlerini dinledin. Şeytanın bütün yönleriyle bektâşiük ve alev/’uk 75.
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When we made us naughty, Satan was not scaring them. The devil is only … When you are incompetent, theft, etc. They told him that the devil had entered. (Uncle: … he comes as a bad animal (like a dog).
Alevi uprisings in the Ottoman Empire – Page 14

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Then there will be a birth, which takes the man out of himself and drifts to the skirt element, the devil. Bad things … These people are like tigers, some are like lions, some are wolves, some are horses, some are dogs or camels. Some are like snake …
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(Alevism-Ali-Kerbela) Yağmur Say. Swords of Hussein … Cunning devil was a roaring lion. But still fight … And their sickly talking dogs are never known, they are the killers of Hussein They will be the kingdoms in the future world. 309 Hz.
Alevism in Kurdish civilization – Page 258

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In Alevism, women are more free. … It is possible that the woman’s attainment of this freedom was the result of the emergence of the old cultures of the Anatolian peoples with the Alevism channel. Zoroastrianism and … Prayer is a dog, pig or woman in front of someone who breaks the prayer breaks. … Women are like devils in the face of people.
IV. Turkey’s security symposium: since the date of the outside …

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While Alevis’s representatives expressed concern that such comments would serve malevolent persons, the Chief Inspector of the Presidency of Religious Affairs. … we are skeptical that the abusive people will be an interpreter of the evil intentions of bigotry. ” Kocadağ stated that the example of ‘dog’ is lacking in its logical dimension, ‘instead of a case related to dog,
Being different in Turkey: the axis of religion and conservatism … – Page 131

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“God … a young man, the director of the school he was practicing, described the Alawis as” the devil, the divisor, and the atheist, “as if they were dogs.
Bektashism and Alevism in all directions – Volume 2 – Page 75

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There was a sense of disdain that was ready to chirp like a dog on the face. … The prince has to pay a percentage for his debts, even the devil, who is white, immovable, now as snowflake, trembled in a delicate, precious flame, a cold wind,

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Kayıp Halkanın Sırrı

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Şeytan ve köleleri kendilerini karanlığın içinde buluyorlar ve Metin Nasıl olur? … Yakıcı bir alev beni de yakabilirdi. … Annesin diri diri huzur evine gömüp çıldırmasını bekleyen o aşağılık köpek -ki bana göre- içindeki bu pişmanlığı derinden …
Central Asiatic Journal – Volumes 31-32 – Page 121

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Sonuç Yukarıda verilen bilgiler ışığında, Muğla yöresi Alevi Türkmenlerin ölümle ilgili inanış ve uygulamaları hakkında şu … Altay ve Sibirya mitolojilerine göre köpek, Tann’nm kendisine verdiği kutsal görevi ihmal edip şeytana yardım etmesi …
Erdem: Atatürk Kültür Merkezi dergisi – Volume 8, Issue 22 – Page 145

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“Dog. Dr. Süleyman Saritas (Gazi Universitesi Ögretim Üyesi) 12 Eylül 1990 &ncesi Qorum olaylarina kadar biz Sünni-Alevi tefriki diye birSey gārmedik. … Salman Rüşdi ve “Seytan Ayetleri” tartisması bu nifakin en yakin tezahürüdür. Nihayet …
Varlık – Issues 1114-1119 – Page 49

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… ve ilençler, iç çekişler, kıyıcının sessizliği, yüce, zavallı şeytan, eski öyküleri ve tümceleri eşelediğinde güzel köpekler, … hep aklımda… alev alev yanan gözler, ateşi görürler, bir alevdir kulak ve ateş sesi çıkarır, dudaklar kömürdür, dilse bir …
A Fire in My Heart: Kurdish Tales

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Folklor/edebiyat – Issues 29-30 – Page 87

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Bir akşam yemeğinde Cemile’nin babası annesine Tokat’a gelmeden önce Sivas’ın Alevilerin merkezi olduğunu, Tokat’a gittikleri … Yine bir öğle vakti ıssız tarlaların arasından amcasının yanına gitmek için yola çıkan Cemile ıssız bir yerde bir köpek ile karşılaşır. … Fazlı Baba’ya karşı merakı artan Cemile kendisiyle ilgili her şeyi bilmesinden dolayı onun Şeytan olduğunu düşünür ve kendisine bütün …
Sivas kitabı: bir topluöldürümün öyküsü – Page 322

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Sivas gibi, Alevi – Sünni halkın yoğun olarak bir arada yaşadığı bir belde seçilmiş ve “Şenlik” adı altında, Cuma’dan bir gün önce, Aziz Nesin gibi ağzı salyalı köpekleri, halkı tahrik edecek şekilde konuşturarak, suni bir şekilde, kendi içinde …
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Satan and slaves find themselves in the darkness and how is the text? … A burning flame could burn me too. … this mother-of-a-bitch dog waiting for her mother to bury her in a house of peace …
Central Asiatic Journal – Volumes 31-32 – Page 121

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Conclusion In the light of the above information, Muğla region is about the beliefs and practices of Alevis of Turkmens about death … According to the myths of Altay and Siberia, the dog neglects the sacred task that God has given him and helps the devil …
Erdem: Ataturk Cultural Center magazine – Volume 8, Issue 22 – Page 145

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“Dr. Süleyman Saritas (Member of Gazi University, Faculty of Education) did not see anything like the Sunni-Alawi sect as much as the Qum events on 12 September 1990 … Salman Rushdi and the” Verses of the Seytan “debate is the closest manifestation of this nifak …
Being – Issues 1114-1119 – Page 49

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… and the beautiful dogs, when the sighs, the sighs, the silence of the chimp, the sublime, the evil devil, the old stories, and the whole thing … … always in my head … the eyes that burning flames, the fire sees, a flaming ear and fire make lips coal, wishes a …
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One evening, when Cemile’s father arrived at Tokat with his mother, before he came to Tokat, he went to Tokat. At the same time, Cemile meets a dog in a desolate place. … Increasing his curiosity towards Fazlı Baba, Cemile thinks that he is Satan because he does not know everything about himself,
Sivas book: a story of a community

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Like Sivas, a town where the Alevi-Sunni people live together intensively was chosen and the day before Friday, “Festivities”, artificial dogs, such as Aziz Nesin, talked in such a way as to provoke the public, artificially … .
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alevilik-bektaşilik araştırmaları Irène Mélikoff. timsaliyle canlandırılmıştır. Bu da bizi, haksız yere “Şeytan’a tapanlar” admı verdiğimiz Yezidîlerin inançlan konusundaki bilgilerimizi yeniden gözden geçirmeye zorluyor. … Sanem, saralı idi; yılanlar, köpekler ve başka acayip şekillere girmiş ruhlar ve cinler görüyordu.
Anadolu’nun gizli kültürü: Alevilik – Page 85

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Buna israfin değiştirilmesi derler ki Ku- ran’da -şüphesiz israf edenler şeytanın kardeşleridir. … Oysaki öbür bölümlerde belirtildiği gibi Alevi törenlerinde içki ve müzik, kurallara bağlanmıştır. … O da “köpek olur, domuz olur, maymun olur.” der.
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25-29 Eylül 1993, Ankara Alev Kâhya-Birgül, Atatürk Kültür Merkezi (Ankara, Turkey). … Aynı zamanda bu hayvan Yer unsurunun ve kuzey yönünün simgesi olarak tanınmaktadır. … Radloff un derlediği yaradılış efsanesinde, muhtemelen İslâmiyet ve Hristiyanlık etkileriyle, yılan şeytanın simgesi olup, yeraltında yaşamaya …
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Gelişen zaman içinde Alevi-Kızılbaş varlığını Osmanlı İmparatorluğu tehdit olarak algıladı. Osmanlı Devleti’nin … Bir başka yerde “Danişmend azsa lşık olur, lşık azsa şeytan olur.”2 Osmanlı’nın ilk … Yine aynı kitabın değişik yerlerinde Şahkulu taraftarlarını kuduz köpekler olarak değerlendiriyor. Başka bir sayfada da İran …
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Alevi demek, çile çeken, ezilen demek, bunu bilmeyen var mı? … Köpeğin de Allah’ı, pirenin de Allah’ı “Severim her güzeli Tanrı’dan eser olduğu için. … Gülbenklerimizde “Ya Rabbi Gaffur ve Rahim olan sensin, çoluğumuzu çocuğumuzu şeytanın şerrinden azad eyle, nefsimizi kör eyle, ayaklarımızla, yolumuzla sana …

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Alevism-homing investigations Irène Mélikoff. animated. This forces us to re-eye our knowledge of the beliefs of the Yezidis, whom we give unfairly to the “devotees” worshipers. … Sanem was sarcastic; snakes, dogs, and other souls and goblins in the strange shape.
The secret culture of Anatolia: Alevism – Page 85

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They say that it is a change of wage in the Qur’an – certainly the sons of Satan who waste. … In the Alevi ceremonies, drinks and music are connected to the rules as mentioned in the other sections. … he becomes “a dog, a pig, a monkey.” he says.
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25-29 September 1993, Ankara Alev Kâhya-Birgül, Atatürk Culture Center (Ankara, Turkey). … At the same time this animal is recognized as a symbol of the element of the Earth and the direction of the north. … In the myth of creation created by Radloff, probably influenced by Islam and Christianity, the snake is the symbol of the devil and lives underground …
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Death and exile fermans about the Kızılbaşlar in the Ottoman documents

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In the developing time, Alevis-Kizilbas was perceived as a threat to the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire … In another place, “Danişmend is the lesser of the light, the lesser is the devil.” 2 The Ottomans first … Again, in different places of the same book, their rabid supporters are considered rabid dogs. Another page is Iran …
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Does Alevis mean that the elderly, the oppressed, the oppressed, do not know that? … Because your dog is Allah and the pirenin is Allah “I love you because it is from every beautiful God …” Our rosacea says “Ya Rabbah is blessed, our blessed child, our senses, , we will tell you …

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Av ve avcılık kitabı – Page xiv

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ayaklanna, ön ayaklan kedi ayaklanna ve kuyrugu domuz kuyruguna benze- mektedir. Yine tavsan kedi ile çiftlesmektedir. Bunca saghkh ve yenilmesinde … ten baska bir çey degildir.” http://www.pirrv.com/Alevilik-Aleviler/alevilik- aleviler.html …
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“Eğer biri varsa, ışığımızın farkına varmıştır,” dedi William, gene de eliyle alevi örterek. … Bir kedi gibi (ya da mutfaktan peynir aşırmak için aşağı inen bir çömez gibi – bu konuda üstüme yoktu), duvarlara sürünerek üç odadan geçtim; duvar …
Beklenmeyen Misafirler Suriyeli Sõ_õnmacõlar Penceresinden TŸrkiye …

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Alevi ve Kürt yerleşiminden önce kentin çeperindeki köylerden gelip kente yerleşenler, Antep ve Kilis’in yerlileri tarafından yabancı olarak görülmüştü. Araştırma sahamızda karşılaştığımız … Kedi kaçar, hayvan kaçar. İnsan bilinçli varlık olarak …
The 1st International Symposium on Bektashism and Alevism: – Page 91

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Neden bu noktaya gelindi. Fütuhat ve yükselme devrinde aynı saflarda yer almış zümreler arasına sonralan neden kara kedi girdi. Mesele oldukça … Alevi-Bektaşi dünyasında “tasavvuf en belirgin çizgilerden biridir. Ama tasavvuf anlayışları da …
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Hunting and Hunting Book – Page xiv

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feet, front feet, cat feet, and tail are similar to pig tail. Again the rabbit mates with the cat. It is nothing more than a saghkh and a defeat … “http://www.pirrv.com/Alevilik-Aleviler/alevilik-flame.html
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“If there is one, our light has realized,” said William, still covering the flame with his hand. … I passed from three rooms crawling on the walls like a cat (or like a junk going down from the kitchen to overcome the cheese – it was not in this respect); wall …
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Those who settled in the city before the Alevis and Kurdish settlements were seen as foreigners by the inhabitants of Antep and Kilis. We are investigating our research … Cat flee, animal flee. As a human conscious entity …
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Why is it here? The reason why the black cat entered after the conquest and the groups of the same ranks in the ascension era. The issue is quite … In the Alevis-Bektashi world “mysticism is one of the most obvious lines. But the understanding of Sufism …
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Alevi kimliğini tartışmak – Volume 1 – Page 143

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Onu görmek isteyenlerin küçük bir kedi yavrusunun gözlerine bakmalan kafiydi. O tanıyacaktı kendisini arayanlan. İşte o küçük Kosta içinde Son gün gelip çatmıştı. Kimileri yataklarını bile toplamamıştı. Kimisi ça- maşıılannı ipte bırakmıştı.
Bakı Gezi Rehberi: Baku Travel Guide – Page 105

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Gobustan’ın doğal sakinleri, nadir tilkiler, çakallar, kurtlar, tavşanlar, vahşi kediler, dev hendek kurbağaları, vahşi güvercinler, … Gobustan yakınlarındaki Çamur volkanlarının aksine, Yanardağ alevi, yeraltı yüzeyinden sürekli bir gaz sızıntısı …
Sıraçlar (Anşabacılı ve Hubyarlar): Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri – Page 44

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Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri Orhan Yılmaz. karşı koruma sağlarlar. Sürünün yer değiştirmesi durumunda, çoban … çok nadirdir. Kedi: Kedi sıklıkla görülen bir hayvandır. Fare ile mücadelenin bir gereği olarak, hemen bütün evlerde kedi bulunur …

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Discussing Alevi identity – Volume 1 – Page 143

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It was easy enough to look into the eyes of a small kitten who wanted to see her. He will recognize him. That was the last day in that little Kosta. Some of them even put their beds together. Some of them quit their plays.
Baku Travel Guide: Baku Travel Guide – Page 105

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Gobustan’s natural inhabitants, rare foxes, pebbles, wolves, rabbits, wild cats, giant ditch frogs, wild pigeons … Unlike the mud volcanoes near Gobustan, the volcanic eruption is a continuous leak of gas from the underground surface …
RUSSIANS (ASSOCIATES AND HUBYARS): Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri – Page 44

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Alevi Turkmen of Beydili Orhan Yilmaz. protection against. If the crawl is displaced, the shepherd … is very rare. Cat: The cat is a frequent animal. As a rationale for the mouse, almost all houses have cats …

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Dersim Alevi Kürt mitolojisi: Raa Hag’da dinsel figürler – Page 169

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Arslan mitolojide kimi güneş tanrılarının bir simgesi olsa da arslanla böylesi bir ilişkilendirilıneye öncelikle tanrıçalar konu olmuş ve tanrılar sonradan bu ilişkiye katılmış gibidiım. (5) Sax da erken dönem pantheonlarında ‘büyük kediler`in örtük …
Alevilik-Kürdoloji-Türkoloji yazıları, (1973-2009) – Page 196

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Açlıktan, ahali çıldıracak duruma gelmiş, kedi köpek yiyenler olmuştu. İşte bu durumda ayaklanarak Sıvas’ı basmışlardı. Beylik Sarayına, Paşa konaklarına girerek onları öldürmüşler, cesetlerini sokaklara atmışlardı. Kilerlerinde ne var ne yoksa …
Günümüz Alevi, Bektaşi, Mevlevi, Nusayri: inanç ve toplum … – Page 102

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Politik olarak, siz her Alevi köyünde belki yatırım yapamazsınız. Hep Mevlâna, şu, bu diyorsunuz, buraya da bir taş … taraf dökülmüş, damlar çökmüş, kediler, köpekler yavrulamış, harabeydi. 60 yılına kadar, dernek olarak yürüttük. Vakıflardan …

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Dersim Alevi Kurdish mythology: religious figures in Raa Hag – Page 169

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Although Arslan is a symbol of some sun gods in mythology, it is primarily the subject of goddesses to be associated with the lion, and the gods later joined this relationship. (5) Sax also implies the ‘big cat’ in the early pantheons …
Articles of Alevism-Kurdology-Turcology, (1973-2009) – Page 196

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Hunger, there were cat dog eaters who came to freak out. In this case they rebelled and raided Sivas. Beylik Palace, they entered the Pasha mansions and killed them, their bodies were thrown into the streets. What’s in the pantry …
Present Alevis, Bektashi, Mevlevi, Nusayri: belief and society … – Page 102

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Politically, maybe you can not invest in every Alevi village. Mevlâna, this is what you call it, here a stone … the sides have fallen, the roofs have collapsed, the keds, the puppies have grown up, the ruins. Until 60 years, we have been acting as an association. From the foundations …

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Anadolu ve Balkanlarda Alevi yerleşmesi: ocaklar, dedeler, soyağaçları

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Belden yukarısını çıplak soyarak pisliğe bulamak, köpek gibi havlatmak, boynuna pisliğe bulanmış ip bağlamak, dört ayak üzerinde yürütmek ve burnunu domuz gibi yere sürütmek… İnsan onuruna indirilen bu cezalar dedelerin soyuna eleştiri …
Alevi-Bektaşi kimliği: sosyo-antropolojik araştırma – Page 170

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Şayet bizden kız kaçınca (köpek kudurmuş, gitmiş) deriz. Sünni kız gelince, onu kabul ederiz. Gördüğünüz gibi, Atatürk mahallesinde biz 5O hane kadar Çepni bir arada yaşıyoruz.”.. Bu ifadelerde dikkatimizi çeken birkaç önemli nokta vardır ki, …

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Alevi settlement in Anatolia and Balkans: hearths, grandparents, family trees

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Belden peeing up the top naked to find the scum, to duck like a dog, to the neck with a filthy rope, to carry on four legs and to run around the nose like a pig … These punishment sentenced to human dignity criticize the descendants …
Alevi-Bektashi identity: socio-anthropological research – Page 170

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If we miss the girl (the dog is rabid, gone). As for the Sunni girl, we accept her. As you can see, we live in the district of Atatürk together with Çepni as many as five houses. “.. There are a few important points that draw attention to us in these expressions.

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IV. Türkiye’nin güvenliği sempozyumu: tarihten günümüze dış …

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Kitabın ‘Hz. Ali ve Alevilik’ bölümünde yer alan okuma parçasında, ‘Annem ve babam Hz. Ali’nin resmi önünde diz çöküp … Kocadağ, ‘köpek’ örneğinin mantık boyutundan yoksun olduğunu belirterek, ‘Köpek ile ilgili bir vaka yerine, hırsızlık …
Kimliğini haykıran Alevilik: araştırma-derleme – Page 18

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Kadınlar aklen ve dinen eksik yaratıklardır; kadın uğursuzdur; namazı kat eden şeyler: köpek, eşek, domuz ve kadındır; yabancı kadınla el sıkışmak zinadır; cehennem halkının çoğu kadınlardır…” gibi görüşlere yer verilirse; Diyanet lşleri, Dini …
Kürt uygarlığında Alevilik – Page 258

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Alevilik’te kadın daha özgürdür. … Kadının bu özgürlüğe kavuşması Anadolu halklarının eski kültürlerinin Alevilik kanalıyla ortaya çıkması sonucu … Namaz kılan bir kimsein önünden köpek, domuz ya da kadın geçerse namaz bozulur.
Sivas’ta Alevilik: din sosyolojisi açısından bir inceleme – Page 154

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Bu inanca göre, ölen bir kişi iyi bir insan ise evinde bir çocuk dünyaya gelir ve bu ölen kişinin ruhu bu çocuğa geçer, eğer kötü huylu bir insan ise o zaman bu kişinin ruhu at, kedi, köpek vb. herhangi bir hayvana geçer ve bu şekilde hayat azap …
Şaman ve Türk dünyası – Page 137

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Alevilik ve Şamanizm İlişkisi Alevilerin yaşamları, gelenekleri ve inançları üzerinde Şamanizm’in etkisinden söz edilmektedir. … Ancak, eski gelenekte kurbanlar koyun, horoz, köpek ve domuzken, Aleviler köpek ve domuzu kurban olarak …
Bulgaristan’da Alevi-Bektaşi kültürü – Page 169

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mış bir aslan, önünde de yere yatmış bir köpek tasvir edilmiştir. Ağacın gövdesinin etrafına dolanan ve kafası adama doğru bakan bir yılan resmedilmiştir. Arka planda da kapısı olan bir ev vardır. Orman Baba Türbesi’ni sıkça ziyaret eden …
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Öte yandan zavallı köylüler sıradan bir hortlak köpek demekle yetinmiyor, onu ağzından ve gözlerinden cehennem alevi saçan bir yaratık olarak betimliyor. Holmes bu tür fantezilere omuz silker ve ben burada onu temsil ediyorum şimdi.
İz bırakan erenler ve Alevi ocakları – Page 26

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LGıyasettin Keyhüsrev, hocası Sadettin Köpek’in teşviki ile babası Alaattin Keykubat’ı zehirleyerek öldürüp, yerine geçince; babası Alaaddin Keykubat’ın politikalarına ters düşerek, Amasya’daki Harzemşahlar’la çatışmaya başladı. Hocası …
Dünyada ve Türkiye’de Alevi-Bektaşi dergâhları – Page 322

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Gıyasettin Keyhüsrev ve veziri Sadettin Köpek döneminde Ahi Evren’in yıldızı söner. Hükümetle sürtüşme içerisindedir. Ahi ve Türkmenlere karşı olan Sadettin Köpek bir çok Ahi ve Türkmen’i tutuklarken, 1240’lı yıllarda Ahi Evren ‘i de tutuklar …
Dinsel, etnik ve politik sorunlar bağlamında Alevi Kürtler – Page 210

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O kişi kötü hayvan olarak geliyor (köpek gibi). İyi insan ise, tekrar o evde geziyor, bölgesini terketmiyor. Bir çocuk da geri geliyor. Mesela bize yakın bir köyde iki köpek vardı. Bunlar çok saldırgan köpeklerdi. Seyit Abbas bunu anlatmıştı.

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IV. Turkey’s security symposium: since the date of the outside …

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Your book ‘Hz. Ali and Alevism “in the reading section, ‘My parents and my father Hz. Kocadağ stated that the example of ‘dog’ lacks the logical dimension and said, ‘Instead of a case related to dog, theft …
Alevism shouting his identity: research and compilation – Page 18

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Women are incomplete creatures who are intellectually and reluctant; woman is ominous; things that bring prayer: dogs, donkeys, pigs, and females; it is hard to shake hands with foreign women; most of the people of hell are women … ” Religious Affairs, Religious …
Alevism in Kurdish civilization – Page 258

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In Alevism, women are more free. … The woman’s attainment of this freedom is the result of the emergence of the old cultures of the Anatolian peoples with the Alevism channel … Prayer breaks down when a dog, a pig or a woman passes in front of someone who is praying.
Alevism in Sivas: a review of sociology of religion – Page 154

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According to this belief, if a deceased person is a good person, a child comes to the world and the soul of this deceased person passes to this child, if it is a malignant person then the spirit of this person is a horse, cat, it goes to any animal and in this way life is tormented …
Shaman and the Turkish world – Page 137

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The relationship between Alevism and Shamanism The influence of shamanism is mentioned on the lives, traditions and beliefs of Alevis. … However, the victims in the old tradition as sheep, roosters, dogs and domes, the flame victims of dogs and pigs …
Alevism-Bektashi culture in Bulgaria – Page 169

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a lion in front, and a dog lying in front of him. A snake is painted around the tree’s body and looks toward the head of the man. There’s a house on the back with a door. I have visited the Forest Father Tomb …
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The poor peasants, on the other hand, do not just mean an ordinary ghost dog, but portray him as a creature that sprays hell out of his mouth and through his eyes. Holmes is a shoulder silker of such fantasies and I represent him here now.
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Keyhüsrev, his teacher, killed his father Alaattin Keykubat by the incarnation of Sadettin Köpek and killed him; contrary to the policies of his father Alaaddin Keykubat, began to clash with the Harzemshahlar in Amasya. Her husband …
Alevi-Bektashi lodge in the world and in Turkey – Page 322

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Keyhüsrev and vizier Sadettin Goyasettin During the dog era, the star of the Ahi Evren goes out. It is in conflict with the government. While Sadettin Dog against Ahi and Turkmen arrested many Ahi and Turkmen, they arrested Ahi Evren in 1240s …
Alevi Kurds in the context of religious, ethnic and political problems – Page 210

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He comes as a bad animal (like a dog). If he is a good person, he goes back home and does not leave the area. A child is coming back. For example, there were two dogs in a village close to us. These were very aggressive dogs. Seyit Abbas explained this.

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Köpek Atatürk: Mustafa Kemal’in Düşmanlara Köpeklikleri – Page 211

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Bütün yönleriyle Bektâşîlik ve Alevîlik – Volume 6 – Page 380

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Ağa köpek yanştırmaya çok meraklı imiş. Bir gün, yanşa sokacağı köpeğini Babaerenlere getirerek, yarışı kazanması için ona bir muska yazmasını istemiş, bir elinde de bir koyun budu et var, erenlere bunu takdim etmiş. Et de güzel mi güzel.
Alevilik: bozkırda yanan ateş – Page 256

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Alevi çobandır. Sürü otlatmaktadır ve yanında köpeği yoktur. Bu sırada sürüye kurt saldınr. Kurt bir davar sürüsüne saldırdığında bir ya da … Dedemi deyince sen ala bir köpek kılığına girdin, koşarak gelip kurda saldırdın ve sürüyü kurtardın …
Yaşayan Alevîlik: Kızılbaşlar arasında – Page 30

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Köyünüzde bir adamı köpek ısırsa bu tuzdan koyarsanız şifa bulur, demiş. Hasan Dede köyünde, Abdullah Demirhan da, Bahri Demirhan da, Şazi Demirhan da, diğerleri de bu inanışı doğruladılar. Akalı köyünde Aladon evlâtlarına tuz …
Mumun Alevi – Page 7

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Mumun Alevi görüşe karşı çıkarken bilimsel bilgi kavramına ağırlık verir: Ona göre, ne sahibinin ne de köpeğin “bilgisi” … “Yaşanmış hareket pekala insanla köpek arasında bir süreklilik kurabilir,” diyor Bachelard, “Ama düşünülen hareketin …
Alevilik batınilik ezoterizm: Tanrının gizli dili – Page 103

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Tanrının gizli dili Süleyman Diyaroğlu. ğı bölgeye indiğini söyler. “Büyük Beyaz” veya “Köpek” tanımlamaları, ezoterik-batıni öğretilerde Sirius için kullanılan en bilinen isimlerdir. Dogonlar için “Evrenin eksenif’ olan Sirius, Orta Asya Türkleri için …
Türkiye’de Alevilik-Bektaşilik – Page 119

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Alâüddin Keykubâd’ın henüz 45 yaşında zehirlenerek öldürülmesi üzerine kumandanların ve beylerin rekâbeti arasında başa geçirilen kifayetsiz II. Gıyasüddîn Keyhüsrev ise, veziri Sâdüddîn Köpek’in tahakkümü altına girmiş ve babasının …
Alevilik-Kürdoloji-Türkoloji yazıları, (1973-2009) – Page 195

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… halkın dirlik-düzenliği alabildiğine kötüleşmişti. Aslında Alaaddin Keykubat normal şartlarda ölmemişti. Onun, av etinden zehirlendiği açıklanmıştı. Oysa oğlu II. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev’le Saray Başmimarı ve Av Emiri Saaddeddin Köpek’ten …
Dersim Alevi Kürt mitolojisi: Raa Hag’da dinsel figürler – Page 99

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Köpek ulumasının ölüm kehaneti anlamına gelmesi de aynı ölçüde yaygındır. Sözgelimi, eski Britanya inançlarında buna rastlanmaktadır (bkz. Whitlock 1979: 70). Kısacası, köpek genel olarak ölümle ve ölüler dünyasıyla ilgili bir hayvan olarak …
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Oysa Alevilik tam da buradan modernlikle çatışma potansiyelini bünyesinde taşır; özellikle tarih boyunca birikip duran hetero- doks öğretisi nedeniyle. Tam da bu yüzdendir … Dünya bir köpek leşinden başka bir şey değildir! Mücadele o halde …

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Köpek Atatürk: Mustafa Kemal’s Dogs to the Enemies – Page 211

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Bektashism and Alevism in all directions – Volume 6 – Page 380

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Very enthusiastic about networking the dog. One day, he brought his dog with a buzzing dog to Babaeren, wanted him to write an amulet to win the race, there was a sheep and a sheep in one hand, and he presented it to the young ones. The meat is nice as well.
Alevism: fire burning in the steppe – Page 256

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The Alevi shepherd. Herd grazing and no dogs. In the meantime, the wolf is attacking the wolf. When the wolf attacked a drumstick, or … As you said, you went into a dog slaughter, you came running and attacked in the ward and saved the dragon …
Living Alevism: Between the Kizilbashes – Page 30

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If a dog bites a man in your village and puts it in this salt, he will find healing. In the village of Hasan Dede, Abdullah Demirhan, Bahri Demirhan and Şazi Demirhan have confirmed this belief. In the village of Akali, salt for the sons of Aladon …
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The Bible gives weight to the concept of scientific knowledge in opposition to the Alevi view: According to him, neither the owner nor the “knowledge” of the dog … “The act of living may well be a continuity between man and dog,” says Bachelard.
Alevism wandering esoterism: God’s secret language – Page 103

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The secret language of God is Solomon Diyaroglu. He says he went down to the area. The definitions of “Great White” or “Dog” are the best known names for Sirius in esoteric-battle teachings. For the Dogons, Sirius is “Axis of the Universe”, for the Central Asian Turks …
Alevi-Bektashi in Turkey – Page 119

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Alâüddin Keykubâd’s 45-year-old poisoned and killed on the battle between the commanders and beyler’in rekindacağı incompetent II. Gıyasüddin Keyhüsrev, the vizier Saddudin went under the domination of the dog and his father …
Articles of Alevism-Kurdology-Turcology, (1973-2009) – Page 195

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… the welfare of the people had become worse than ever. In fact, Alaaddin Keykubat had not died in normal conditions. It was announced that he was poisoned from prey. Whereas son II. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev’le Saray Başımımı and Hunting Saideddin Dog …
Dersim Alevi Kurdish mythology: religious figures in Raa Hag – Page 99

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It is equally widespread that the dog religion implies the death prophecy. This is the case in ancient British beliefs (see Whitlock 1979: 70). In short, the dog is generally regarded as an animal related to death and death.
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Alevism, however, carries the potential of conflict with modernity right here; especially because of the heterodox teaching that has accumulated throughout history. This is exactly the face … The world is nothing but a dog carcass! The struggle is then …

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Ve kedi oradaydı, şairin masası üzerine oturmuştu; bembeyaz kuyruğu, yazı takımının dibindeydi. Sahibine bakıyordu, efendisinin kâğıdın üzerinde kayan eline. Evet, mum ve kedi, alev alev gözlerle şaire bakıyorlardı. Yalnız çalışan birinin …
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Tarihi ve Kültürel Boyutları ile Alevilik. Istanbul: Gazeteciler ve Yazarlar Vakfı. Çelik … 2012. Savrulanlar: Dersim 1937–1938 Hatta 1939. Istanbul: Kırmızı Kedi. Dressler, Markus. 2013. Writing Religion. The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam. Oxford …
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O gece rüyamda, Özdemir Asaf, “Mum Alevi ile Oynayan Kedinin Öyküsü” adlı şiirini okudu bana. Sabahleyin o şiirin dizeleriyle uyanırken, nasıl heyecanlıydım, nasıl mutluydum… “Bir mum yanıyordu bir evin bir odasında O evde bir de kedi …
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Hurufilikten önce Alevilik-Sünnilik yoktu. Birdik, iriydik, diriydik tam Pirimizin buyurduğu gibi. Hurufilerle başladı fitne, hizip, ayrılık; açtılar arayı, kıldılar farklı, girdi araya kara kedi gibi. Bugün Yunus Emre’ye Sünnilerin neyse, her bir Alevi’ye de …
Kimliğini haykıran Alevilik: araştırma-derleme – Page 254

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Lütfi Kaleli – 1990 – ‎Snippet view
BİR KOMPLODUR Abdurrahman DlLlPAK (Radikal lslamcı, gazeteci-yazar) Türkiye’de bahsedilen şekilde bir Alevi sorunu olduğunu sanmıyorum. Özel bir sorun yok. … Nasrettin Hoca’nın ciğer-kedi hikayesini hatırlatıyor. Şiilik konusu daha …
Sivas’ta Alevilik: din sosyolojisi açısından bir inceleme – Page 154

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Bu inanca göre, ölen bir kişi iyi bir insan ise evinde bir çocuk dünyaya gelir ve bu ölen kişinin ruhu bu çocuğa geçer, eğer kötü huylu bir insan ise o zaman bu kişinin ruhu at, kedi, köpek vb. herhangi bir hayvana geçer ve bu şekilde hayat azap …
Kürt uygarlığında Alevilik – Page 358

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… arkın Felek çevirmede çarkın Bu dünyada mal ü mülküm Vardır diyen yalan söyler Kur’ağaçta olur gazel Kendi okur kedi yazar Ahdi bütün hüsnü güzel Vardır diyen yalan söyler Avcılar avlarlar bazı Hakka ederler niyazı Daim beş vakit namazı.
Ansiklopedik Alevilik-Bektaşilik terimleri sözlüğü – Page 100

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Yine Battal Gazi, Aşkar adlı atını, bir süre için aslana emanet eder; Hıristiyan beyinin kızı erkek kılığında karşısına çıktığı zaman, ne denli güçlü olduğunu göstermek için bir aslanı elinde kedi gibi taşır. Benzer bir durum Hacı Bektaş Veli için de …
Yaşayan Alevîlik: Kızılbaşlar arasında – Page 163

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Kulakları eşşek kulağı, burnu fare burnu gibi. Kuyruğu ise domuz kuyruğunu andırıyor. Bacakları da tıpkı kedi bacağı. Hele beş tırnaklı beş parmaklı. Beş tırnaklı hangi mahlûkun etini yiyor insanlar . Bu sebepte açık bir nefret hissi görülüyor.
Türkistan’dan Türkiye’ye Alevîlik-Bektaşîlik: dinler tarihi … – Page 193

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Hayvanlardan Yılan, Baykuş, Saksağan, Kedi, Köpek, At, Horoz, Geyik, Tavşan ve Kurt/Bozkurt gibi hayvanların ya bizzat kendileri ya bazı hareketleri uğurlu veya uğursuz sayılmaktadır. Konuşma sırasında yılandan söz etmek uğursuzluk ve …

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Mumun Alevi – Page 58

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And the cat was there, sitting on the table of the poet; the white tail was in the bottom of the writing set. He was looking at the owner, his master’s hand sliding over the paper. Yes, the candle and the cat were staring at the poem with flaming eyes. Someone who works alone …
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That night in my dream, Ozdemir Asaf read me the poem “The Story of a Kedin Playing with Candle Alevis”. When I woke up with that poetry in the morning, how excited and happy I was … “A candle was burning in a house in a room, a cat in that house …
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There was no Alevism-Sunnism before Hurufism. Just as Pyrrhic has commanded. It started with the hurufs of fitnah, faction, separation; Openers look different, bridges are different, input like black cat. Today Yunus Emre and Sunnis, every Alevis …
Alevism that shouted his identity: research-review – Page 254

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Abdurrahman dlllpak IS A CONSPIRACY (Radical lslamc, journalist-writer) I do not think that this is a problem in the mentioned way Alevi in ​​Turkey. No special problems. … reminds me of Nasrettin Hodja’s liver-cat story. Shiism is more …
Alevism in Sivas: a review of sociology of religion – Page 154

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According to this belief, if a deceased person is a good person, a child comes to the world and the soul of this deceased person passes to this child, if it is a malignant person then the spirit of this person is a horse, cat, it goes to any animal and in this way life is tormented …
Alevism in Kurdish civilization – Page 358

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… back to your fingers Turn the wheel in this world Property in this world lies lie He is lying in the tree He is the gazelle In his own world is the cat writer Ahdi is the whole goodness lies He is the lie He is the avians hunting some Hakka They are the niagi Daim five prayers.
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Alevism-Bektashism terms – Page 100

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Again Battal Gazi entrusts the lion named Aşkar to the lion for a while; When a Christian’s brains face her in her boyfriend’s sack, a lion floats like a cat in his hand to show how strong it is. A similar situation for Hacı Bektaş Veli …
Living Alevism: Between the Kizilbas – Page 163

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Yahya Benekay – 1967 – Snippet view
The ears are like ear ears, nose and mouse nose. The tail is like a pig tail. Her legs are just like a pussy. Hele has five fingers with five claws. People with five claws are eating meat. There is a clear sense of hate in this regard.
Alevi-Bektashi from Turkistan to Turkey: listen to history … – Page 193

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Animals such as Snake, Owl, Magpie, Cat, Dog, Horse, Rooster, Deer, Rabbit and Wolf / Bozkurt are either considered lucky or ominous by themselves. It’s bad luck to talk about snakes during the conversation and …

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Bu iri, yağız bir Türkmen delikanlısıydı. Bir adım … Çelebinin tabiriyle “bıyığı kulaklarına varır, ağzına kırlangıç almış kedi gibi” bir adam olan Bey, tek başına taburlar bozan, dağlarda bellerde kervanlar alan Çomar … Aslında O, Alevî değildi.
Tarih konusuyor – Volume 5 – Page 2310

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Bu iri, yağız bir Türkmen delikanlısıydı. Bir adım … Çelebinin tabiriyle “bıyığı kıtlaklarına varır, ağzına kırlangıç almış kedi gibi” bir adam olan Bey, tek başına taburlar bozan, dağlarda bellerde kervanlar alan Çomar … Aslında O, Alevî değildi.
Orta Asya’dan Anadolu’ya Türk sanatı ve kültürü: Prof. Nejat …

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Nejat Diyarbekirli’ye armağan Yaşar Çoruhlu, Nalân Türkmen, Nuri Seçgin, Anıl Yılmaz … (10) Dag ve tepe kültünün menakıbnamelerdeki izleri için bakınız: Ahmet Yaşar Ocak, Alevi tv Beklasi İnançlarının İslam Öncesi Temcileri, … (14) Seyidoglu, a.g.e., s.167-168. ken de kapıları kapalı evde bir kedinin dolaştığı anlatılır’5.
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Şâhin yüksek yere yapar yuvasını Türkmen kızı yedeklemiş mayasını* Hanım, nereden gider yolu yaylanın Canım, … Alevi Zazaların hayvanlar hakkındaki uğurlu, uğursuz telâkkileri arasında tavşanın … bıyıkları ve ön ayakları kediye, ard ayakları köpeğe benzediği ve bu suretle muhtelif hayvan âzasının birleşmesinden hasıl …

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History speaks: monthly date magazine – Volume 5 – Page 2310

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This was a big, lean Turkmen young man. One step … Çer bin, a man like a cat who takes a swallow in his mouth, says, “Çombin, who breaks battalions alone, caravaning in the mountains at the mountains … Çomar, he was not Alawi.
History speaks – Volume 5 – Page 2310

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This was a big, lean Turkmen young man. One step … Mr Çelebin, a man like “a cat who got swallowed in his mouth”, defeats battalions on his own, and takes caravans in the mountains in the mountains … Çomin, in fact, he was not Alawi.
Turkish art and culture from Central Asia to Anatolia: Prof. Nejat …

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(10) See for the footsteps of mountain and hill cultures: Ahmet Yasar January, Pre-Islamic Ambassadors of Alevi tv belief beliefs, (14) Seyidoglu, age, s .167-168. it is told that a door is wandering around the house with its doors closed.
Turkish culture: Turkish Cultural Research Institute publishes monthly magazine

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Awakening of the Alawi Zazas, the lucky, ominous implications of the rabbits are … the mustache and forefoot of the rabbit … the mustache, the hind legs are like dogs, and this animal is made up of various animals …

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121-125). Tesbitimize göre, destanlarımızdaki “Dede-Kor/cur/Kor/cuf-Ata”nın tarihî şahsiyeti olan Türkmen-De- desi Aziz-Grigor un adıyla anılan … nakleden HERODOT, IV, 134’un belirttiği gibi) Tavşan, uğursuz sayıldığından, eti de yenmez (Bugün, Alevî: Türkmen, Zaza, Kurmançlar ile, Ca’ferî-Şi’a Müslüman Türkler’de de, bu âdet vardır; bu sonuncular Tavşana, (Hazreti) “Ömer’in-Pişiği (Kedisi)” diyerek, …
Anadolu’da Alevı̂ler ve Tahtacılar – Page 214

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Yusuf Ziya Yörükân. “Tavşan”, bunlarca sair Alevî ve Bektaşîlerden başka- bir tarzda telâkki edilmektedir. Bu kelime telâffuz edilebilir. Yalnız Ali’nin kedisi olduğu için etini yemezler. … Çünkü bu iki nevi Alevîlik arasında ilk temas, bu muallim Halil Efendi aracılığı ile olmuştur. Nitekim, eski … Erkeklerin asıl elbisesi, eskiden Türkmenlerde* ve şimdi Adana cihetlerinde olduğu gibi, üç etekli entariydi. Bugün …
Varlık – Issues 988-999 – Page 11

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… Sulhi Dölek 22 Avluda Bir Kedi (şiir) / Sıtkı Salih Gör 23 Elyazısı ile Şiirler / Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı 24 Kavafıs’in Kaynakları … Karamsarlık / Tunca Arslan 47 “Özkaynaklarına Göre Alevilik” / RızaZclyut 48 Çizgiler: Mehmet Ali Türkmen 5, 14, 17, …
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Tavşan bunlarca sair Alevi ve Bektaşilerden başka bir tarzda te- leKki edilmektedir, bu kelime talaffuz edilebilir, yalnız Alinin kedisi olduğu için etini yemezler. Tahtacıların kendi aralarında mektebe çocuklarını … Tahtacıların , onlardan çok farklı bir şeyleri yoktur. Krkekîerin asıl elbisesi eskiden Türkmenlerde ve şimdi Adana …

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121-125). According to your testimony, Rabbits are considered to be ominous, because they are considered to be ominous, because they are considered to be ominous, as they are considered to be ominous, as they have been described by HERODOT, IV, 134, which refers to the Turkmen- (Today, Alevi: Turkmen, Zaza, Kurmançlar, Ca’feri-Shi’a Muslim Turks also have this custom, this latter Tavşana, (Hazreti), “Ömer’in-Pişiği (Kitten) …
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Yusuf Ziya Yorukân. “Rabbit”, these are considered in a different way than other Alevis and Bektashis. This word can be pronounced. They do not eat meat because Ali is the only one. … Because the first contact between these two types of Alevism has come through this scholar Halil Efendi. As a matter of fact, the old … The man’s actual dress was three skirts, as in the former Turkmen * and now on the streets of Adana. Today …
Being – Issues 988-999 – Page 11

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Faculty of Divinity: historical, social, religious, philosophical

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Rabbits are treated in a different way than other Alevis and Bektashis, this word can be pronounced, they can not eat meat because it is Alinin’s cat. Among the boarders themselves are the schoolboys … The boarders do not have anything very different from them. The original dress of Krkeke was once used in Turkmen and now in Adana …

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Ağaçeri Türkmenleri: Tahtacılar – Page 324

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Bütün Alevi-Bektaşi- lerde tavşanın tabu kabul edilmesi ve etinin yenmemesi hakkındaki anlatımlar arasında benzerlikler … Bunun yanı sıra Nevşehir yöresi Bektaşileri ile Balkanlardaki Aleviler tavşanı Hz. Ali’nin kedisi olarak kabul ederler, …
Aleviler: – Volume 2 – Page 32

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… erkân pehlivan, dokuzuncu erkân berber, onuncu erkân posi (pisi-kedi), onbirinci erkân kıcırdık, onikinci erkân lale adlarını alır. … Türkmenlerin Orta-Asya’dan birlikte getirdikleri ya da Anadolu’nun özünde buldukları göreneklerden 32 Baran.
Zerdüşt’den günümüze dek bir yaşam tarzı olarak dünyada süre gelen …

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Azeri, Türkmen, halaç. … Bunlardan, Çingene (Roman), Brahoi, Cat, Hinti, Ermeni ve Rusları sayabiliriz. … şöyle sıralayabiliriz: 1-Fars, 2-Azeri, 3- Kürt, 4, Lor, 5-Teberi, 6-Gilek, 7-Lek, 8-Arap, 9-Beluç, 10-Sistani, 1 1 -Tacik ve 12-Türkmen.
Beklenmeyen Misafirler Suriyeli Sõ_õnmacõlar Penceresinden TŸrkiye …

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Bölgenin otantik halkı olan Sünni Türkmenler, daha önceleri başka şehirlerden göç eden Alevileri veya Kürtleri yabancı olarak görürken; Suriyeli sığınmacıların gelmesiyle birlikte kentte yerleşik olan Alevi ve Kürt haricîler neredeyse kentin yerlisi konumuna yükselmiştir. Alevi ve Kürt … Kedi kaçar, hayvan kaçar. İnsan bilinçli …
Sıraçlar (Anşabacılı ve Hubyarlar): Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri – Page 44

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Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri Orhan Yılmaz. karşı koruma sağlarlar. Sürünün yer değiştirmesi durumunda, çoban … çok nadirdir. Kedi: Kedi sıklıkla görülen bir hayvandır. Fare ile mücadelenin bir gereği olarak, hemen bütün evlerde kedi bulunur …
Managing Invisibility: Dissimulation and Identity Maintenance among …

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Varlık – Issues 988-999 – Page 11

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Wooden Turkmens: Tahtacılar – Page 324

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In all Alevis-Bektashis there are similarities between the taboo acceptance of rabbits and the revelation about the eaten of the flesh … In addition to this, the Bektas of Nevşehir region and the Alevi rabbit in the Balkans Hz. They accept it as Ali’s cat, …
Aleviler: – Volume 2 – Page 32

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… the wrestler, the ninth barber, the tenth man posi (kitty-cat), the eleventh man, and the twelfth man take the names of the tulips. … 32 Baran, the Turkmens bringing them together from Central Asia, or the customs they found at the heart of Anatolia.
From Zoroastrianism to the day-to-day lifestyle of the world …

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Azeri, Turkmen, royals. … From these, we can say Gypsy (Novel), Brahmo, Cat, Hinti, Armenian and Russians. We can list the following: 1-Persian, 2-Azeri, 3-Kurdish, 4, Lor, 5-Teberi, 6-Gilek, 7-Lek, 8-Arab, 9-Balance, 10-Sistani, and 12-Turkmen.
Unexpected Guests from Turkey’s Syrian Police …

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While the Sunni Turkmen, the authentic people of the region, regard Alevis or Kurds who migrated from other cities as foreigners as foreigners; With the arrival of Syrian asylum seekers, Alevis and Kurdish immigrants, who were established in the city, almost rose to the status of the city. Alawi and Kurd … Cat flees, animal flees. Human conscious …
RUSSIANS (ASSOCIATES AND HUBYARS): Beydili Alevi Türkmenleri – Page 44

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Alevi Turkmen of Beydili Orhan Yilmaz. protection against. If the crawl is displaced, the shepherd … is very rare. Cat: The cat is a frequent animal. As a rationale for the mouse, almost all houses have cats …
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Being – Issues 988-999 – Page 11

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