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Orazio e la magia: (Sat. I 8, Epodi 5 e 17) – Page 104

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Come divinità infernale ha dominio sulle anime dei morti e sui demoni; una muta di cani o cagne costituisce il suo abituale corteo. In Grecia fu ritenuta anche divinità delle strade, \Ecoó7a,101 che sosta con predilezione nei crocicchi: ove le si imbandivano mense con cibi sceltissimi, 99 Si tratta di Ecate TQiyÀnvoc, che sta a mezzo tra i demoni e le streghe, le quali sono spesso rappresentate — in alcuni affreschi di Delfi — come uccelli notturni, forse CTQÌyyeg ‘• cfr. E. Maas, Hekate …
Breve storia del diavolo: Antagonista e angelo ribelle nelle …

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Alberto Cousté – 2004 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Ecate Terribile diavolessa che deve essere invocata all’aria aperta, preferibilmente in vicoli e stradine, per i quali ha una predilezione. Negli Inferi è il capo della polizia stradale, ragion per cui fra i mortali è la patrona dei vigili urbani. Antichi culti riferiscono della sua infallibilità nell’attuare la vendetta. «La sua presenza», ci dice lo specialista Del Río, «fa tremare la Terra, crepitare il fuoco e abbaiare i cani». EurynomoÈil Principe della Morte. Ha un aspetto orrendo, poiché ha il corpo …
Lectura Dantis Scaligera. [Commenti ai canti della “Commedia”].: …

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Cerbero non ha qui nulla, non diremmo di sacro come l’aveva quale cane di Ecate, vigilante sulla soglia dei … Troviamo in Dante demoni pronti a opporsi a Cristo che scendeva trionfante al Limbo, demoni che si gittano d’un salto lontano all’apparire del messo divino (« Come le rane innanzi a la nimica | biscia per l’acque si dileguan tutte »), un demonio che « con l’ali aperte e sovra i piè leggiero » e con l’omero « aguto e superbo » si spicca di corsa verso il ponte della quinta bolgia …
Lectura Dantis Scaligera [Divina Commedia. Inferno] – Volume 34

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Cerbero non ha qui l nulla, non diremmo di sacro come l’aveva quale cane di ‘ Ecate, vigilante sulla soglia dei regni infernali, ma neanche di antropoide. … dalla vitalità del movimento rapido e sicuro>Troviamo in Dante demoni pronti a opporsi a Cristo che scendeva trionfante al Limbo, demoni che si gittano d’un salto lontano all’apparire del messo divino («Come le rane innanzi a la nimica | biscia per l’acque si dileguan tutte »), un demonio che « con l’ali aperte e sovra i piè leggiero …
La Falce D’oro

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Christian Stocco – 2015 – ‎Preview
Persefone quindi puntò l’indice verso Ecate, e al suo gesto un altra delle sue scolopendre sfrecciò, nella direzione del braccio, verso l’altra dea. L’abito di cenci neri della dea si gonfiò sulla destra, e su quel lembo si aprirono due occhi di brace. Il muso di un cane, tutto il corpo, si staccarono dalla figura di Ecate, e la bestia si gettò verso la scolopendra. La colpì in volo, i suoi denti conficcati fra la testa e il corpo della scolopendra. I due demoni caddero di lato e rotolarono a terra.
Terapia dei morbi pagani: 1: (Libri 1.-6.). – Page 199

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Theodoretus – 1931 – ‎Snippet view
Ma questo dio s’identifica con Plutone, e soprattutto per questo è sovrano dei demoni». E poi daccapo aggiunse anche queste parole (2) : « Probabilmente costoro son quelli di cui è a capo Serapide, e il loro simbolo è il cane a tre teste, cioè il demone maligno che è nei tre elementi, acqua, terra e aria, e il dio li placa tenendoli in soggezione. Su di essi domina Ecate, come quella che insieme gli tiene secondo la loro triplicità ». Questi discorsi contro i demoni maligni non li compose il …
Teodoreto – Volume 1 – Page 199

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Ma questo dio s’identifica con Plutone, e soprattutto per questo è sovrano dei demoni ». E poi dac- 63 capo aggiunse anche queste parole (2) : « Probabilmente costoro son quelli di cui è a capo Serapide, e il loro simbolo è il cane a tre teste, cioè il demone maligno che è nei tre elementi, acqua, terra e aria, e il dio li placa tenendoli in soggezione. Su di essi domina Ecate, come quella che insieme gli tiene secondo la loro triplicità ». Questi discorsi contro i demoni maligni non li …
La magia nera – Volume 2 – Page 160

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La divinità protettrice della stregoneria non era un die cornuto, bensì una dea: Selene, o Diana, o Ecate, tutte dee lunari. Ecate, che venne in origine dall’Asia Minore, era … Era signora dei fantasmi, della notte e delle tenebre, delle tombe, dei cani, del sangue e del terrore. Era anche la dea degli incroci: spesso, nelle … Nel sesto secolo San Cesario di Arles scacciò dal corpo di una fanciulla tormentata « un demonio che i contadini chiamavano Diana ». Nel 1318 Papa Giovanni XXII, …
Teatro Oriente-Occidente: – Page 43

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Già Rohde, ad esempio, riflettendo su pochi reperti epigrafici e su incerte note onomastiche, riteneva di poter concludere: Dunque Ecate non è altra cosa da Gorgo, Mormo, Empusa. Altro nome d’Ecate è … Lex., 2, 3025 consigli ancora di farlo]; non si riesce a intendere come mai il demone femminile potesse prendere il nome da quest’ó XioBoc, maschile. Il nome verrà più tosto da Bau, voce emessa dal cane che abbaia [Bauxwuv, libro magico di Parigi, 1911]). Baubo (come Mormo …
Diabolicus: Le radici del male

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Claudio Razeto – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Le Ninfe secondo i greci erano demoni femminili ed erano così chiamate per la loro bellezza. … Anche questa teoria del demone legato all’individuo sarà ricorrente. … invocazione a Ecate, riportata da Ovidio, e attribuita a Medea si legge: «Vieni infernale e celeste dea delle strade maestre, dei crocicchi, tu che sei foriera della luce, che cammini di notte, tu cui rallegrano il latrato dei cani e del sangue versato, che erri in mezzo alle ombre e traverso le tombe, tu, che desideri il sangue e …

Storia popolare d’Italia dalla sua origine sino all’acquisto di Roma …

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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 … 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 … (1) ORAzio. – Epodi. – s o o Così lo spirito umano, perduta l’antica fede, errava in cerca 380 STORIA POPOLARE D’ITALIA –
Magia ed esoterismo in Italia – Page 17

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Terribili a vedersi, le due donne scavano il terreno con le unghie, poi sbranano e fanno a pezzi con i denti un agnello nero. Il sangue raccolto è versato in un fosso da cui esse fanno emergere gli spiriti dei morti perché diano i loro oracoli. Le streghe poi tirano fuori due statuine, una di lana, alta, imponente, che rappresenta Canidia, e l’altra di cera, più piccola, che rappresenta il suo amante infedele. Le streghe evocano Ecate e Tisifone, mentre serpenti e cani infernali girano intorno; …
La stregoneria. Storia di una follia profondamente umana – Page 27

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… l’Italia aveva conosciuto superstizioni foriere di magia; Ovidio, in particolare, evoca tutte quelle legate ai morti19, dietro le quali traspare l’influsso degli Etruschi, assillati dal timore per l’aldilà. Ugualmente, il culto della dea Genita Mana, che richiedeva il sacrificio di cani, evidenzia un rapporto con Ecate, ed è ancora Plinio il Vecchio a informarci che i maghi con la pretesa di riuscire a far scendere la Luna sulla Terra avevano un illustre predecessore nella persona del re Tullo Ostilio, …
Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 54

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – ‎Preview
L’altra rappresentazione della Signora è quella di Ecate, cioè di una donna brutta, scarmigliata e cattiva, il più delle volte vecchia e rugosa, dispensatrice solo di sciagure e morte. Essa si aggira per i cimiteri con il suo seguito di anime di dannati per mala sorte o suicidi, accompagnata nel suo giro notturno dal latrare dei cani, incutendo terrore in chiunque la incontri. Essa è anche la «strix», strige dei Romani, da cui deriva il termine strega. La strige è un uccello rapace notturno dalla …
Cento anni libri 20 – Volume 4 – Page 125

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L’avvocato se ne invaghì, e appena fu libero la sposò. Era il rovescio della medaglia della sua prima moglie; era una tacchina grassa e appetitosa e fragante di rosmarino, in confronto di un osso già gettato a cani. ll di delle nozze, la combinazione volle ch’egli in un affare guadagnasse trenta mila lire italiane per fortuito intervento della sposa. … Ecate e di tre streghe, l’avvocatessa Falchi fece anche la parte delle streghe e di Ecate. – Ora è da ricordare un fatto. Nel primo anno che il …

Horace and magic: (Sat. I 8, Epodi 5 and 17) – Page 104

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As an infernal divinity it has dominion over the souls of the dead and the demons ; a pack of dogs or bitches is his usual procession. In Greece it was also considered a street divinity, \ Ecoó7a, 101 which pauses with fondness in the crossroads: where the canteens were prepared with very high quality foods, 99 It is Ecate TQiyÀnvoc, which stands between demons and witches, which are often represented – in some frescoes of Delphi – like nocturnal birds, perhaps CTQÌyyeg ‘• cf. E. Maas, Hekate …
Brief history of the devil: Antagonist and rebel angel in …

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Alberto COUSTE – 2004 – Preview – More editions
Hecate Terrible devil that must be invoked in the open air, preferably in alleys and streets, for which it has a predilection. In the underworld he is the head of the traffic police, which is why among the mortals he is the patron saint of the traffic wardens. Ancient cults refer to his infallibility in implementing revenge. “His presence,” says the specialist Del Río, “makes the earth tremble, crackle the fire and bark the dogs .” Eurynomo is the Prince of Death. It looks horrendous, because it has the body …
Lectura Dantis Scaligera. [Comments on the “Comedy” chants] .: …

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Cerberus has nothing here, we would not say as sacred as he had as a dog of Hecate , vigilant on the threshold of … We find in Dante demons ready to oppose Christ coming down triumphant to the Limbo, demons that throw themselves off to the appearance of the divine messenger (“Like the frogs before the enemy, the floods of the waters all disappear”), a demon who “with open wings and over the light feet” and with the humerus “agitated and superb »stands out running towards the bridge of the fifth pit …
Lectura Dantis Scaligera [Divine Comedy. Inferno] – Volume 34

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Cerberus has nothing here, we would not say as sacred as he had as a dog of ‘ Hecate , vigilant on the threshold of the infernal kingdoms, but not even of anthropoid. … from the vitality of the fast and sure movement> We find in Dante demons ready to oppose Christ who descended triumphantly to the Limbo, demons throwing themselves from a distant leap to the appearance of the divine messenger («Like the frogs before the enemy the water devil disappears all »), a demon who« with open wings and over the lightest feet …
The Golden Scythe

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Christian Stocco – 2015 – Preview
Persephone then pointed his finger at Hecate , and at his gesture another of his scolopendre darted, in the direction of his arm, towards the other goddess. The goddess’s black garment dress swelled to the right, and two eyes of embers opened on that edge. The snout of a dog , the whole body, detached themselves from the figure of Hecate , and the beast flung itself toward the scolopendra. He hit her in flight, her teeth stuck between the head and the body of the scolopendra. The two demons fell to the side and rolled to the ground.
Pagan Disease Therapy: 1: (Books 1.-6.). – Page 199

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Theodoretus – 1931 – Snippet view
But this god identifies with Pluto, and above all for this he is sovereign of the demons ». And then again he added these words (2): “Probably these are the ones headed by Serapis, and their symbol is the three-headed dog , that is, the evil demon that is in the three elements, water, earth and air, and the god calms them by holding them in awe. Hecate dominates over them , like the one that holds them together according to their triplicity ». These speeches against the evil demons did not compose them …
Theodoreto – Volume 1 – Page 199

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But this god identifies with Pluto, and above all for this he is sovereign of the demons ». And then he added these words to the head (2): “Probably these are the ones headed by Serapis, and their symbol is the three-headed dog , that is, the evil demon that is in the three elements, water, earth. and air, and the god calms them by holding them in awe. Hecate dominates over them , like the one that holds them together according to their triplicity ». These speeches against evil demons do not …
Black magic – Volume 2 – Page 160

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The protective deity of witchcraft was not a die-horned one, but a goddess: Selene, or Diana, or Hecate , all lunar goddesses. Hecate , who originally came from Asia Minor, was … She was a lady of ghosts, of night and darkness, of tombs, of dogs , of blood and of terror. She was also the goddess of crossroads: often, in … In the sixth century St. Cesario di Arles drove from the body of a tormented maiden “a demon that the peasants called Diana”. In 1318 Pope John XXII, …
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Already Rohde, for example, reflecting on a few epigraphic finds and on uncertain onomastic notes, he thought he could conclude: Hence, Hecate is not another thing from Gorgo, Mormo, Empusa. Another name of Hecate is … Lex., 2, 3025 advice still to do it]; you can not understand why the female demon could take its name from this masculine XioBoc. The name will come sooner from Bau, a voice emitted by the barking dog [Bauxwuv, Paris magic book, 1911]). Baubo ( like Mormo …
Diabolicus: The roots of evil

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Claudio Razeto – 2016 – Preview – More editions
The nymphs according to the Greeks were female demons and were so named for their beauty. … This theory of the demon linked to the individual will also be recurrent. … invocation to Hecate , reported by Ovid, and attributed to Medea reads: “Come infernal and celestial goddess of the highways, of the crossroads, you who are the harbinger of the light, that walk at night, which cheer the bark of the dogs and of the blood shed, that you wander in the middle of the shadows and through the tombs, you, that desires the blood and …

Magic and esotericism in Italy – Page 17

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Terrible to see each other, the two women dig the ground with their nails, then tear and cut a black lamb to pieces with their teeth. The blood collected is poured into a ditch from which they bring out the spirits of the dead to give them their oracles. The witches then pull out two statues, one of wool, tall, imposing, which represents Canidia, and the other of wax, smaller, which represents her unfaithful lover. The witches evoke Hecate and Tisifone, while snakes and dogs of hell turn around; …
Sorcery. History of a profoundly human folly – Page 27

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Colette Arnould – 2011 – Preview
… Italy had known superstitions harbingers of magic; Ovid, in particular, evokes all those related to the dead19, behind which is reflected the influence of the Etruscans, beset by fear for the afterlife. Likewise, the cult of the goddess Genita Mana, which required the sacrifice of dogs , highlights a relationship with Hecate , and it is still Pliny the Elder who informs us that the magicians with the claim to be able to bring down the Moon on Earth had an illustrious predecessor in the person of King Tullo Ostilio, …
Witch books: spells, sexual prodigies and poisons – Page 54

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – Preview
The other representation of the Lady is that of Hecate , that is of an ugly woman , disheveled and bad, most of the time old and wrinkled, dispenser only of misfortunes and death. It wanders through the cemeteries with its retinue of souls of damned by bad luck or suicide, accompanied in its nightime by the barking of dogs , frightening terror in anyone who meets her. It is also the «strix», strige of the Romans, hence the term witch . The striga is a nocturnal bird of prey from the …
One hundred years books 20 – Volume 4 – Page 125

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The lawyer fell in love with her, and as soon as he was free he married her. It was the other side of the medal of his first wife; it was a fat, appetizing and fragrant rosemary turkey, compared to a bone already thrown to dogs . Of the marriage, the combination meant that in a deal he would earn thirty thousand Italian lire for fortuitous intervention by the bride. … Hecate and three witches , the lawyer Falchi also played the part of witches and Hecate . – Now a fact is to be remembered. In the first year that …

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Byzantine Perspectives on Neoplatonism – Page 207

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Giamblico afferma che i demoni malvagi, nelle loro apparizioni, si mostrano circondati di bestie funeste, assetate di sangue e selvagge.144 Proclo fa riferimento all’apparizione di un demone solare dal volto leonino.145 Porfirio, nel descrivere i simboli di Ecate, parla di un cero multicolore con una splendente fiamma apotropaica, presentandolo come una tremenda immagine cesellata della dèa, capace di generare terrore nei «cani inferi» (δεῖμα νερτέρων κυνῶν, γλύμμα δεινὸν …
Il Demonio e i suoi complici: dottrine e credenze demonologiche …

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88 des Places), che è molteplice e variata come i demoni stessi (cf . framm. 34; Psel- lo, commento 1137a5; pseudo-Giamblico, I misteri 2,3). Questi demoni sono descritti come bestiali (cf . framm. 89 e 90); sono paragonati ai cani (framm. … misteri caldaici di Giuliano l’apostata, che fu opera del teurgo Massimo di Efeso, come ci racconta Gregorio Nazianzeno (omelia 4,55); il segno di Ecate sostituisce il segno della croce; quando si evoca Ecate, vengono cacciati i demoni inferiori (cf.
Il diavolo – Page 21

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Ma di tutte le divinità infernali Ecate era quella maggiormente temuta. Veniva rappresentata in aspetto di cagna con tre teste (oltre a quella canina, una di serpente e un’altra di cavallo) e si diceva con terrore che essa, soprattutto nelle notti senza luna, scorrazzasse sulla terra seguita da un’orda di cani sacri e di fantasmi. L’accompagnavano spesso anche le Empuse, demoni con natiche d’asino e piedi calzati di bronzo, in grado di sedurre i maschi per succhiare poi la loro forza vitale …
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… viene trovato — sovraccarico tipicamente agiografico di un meraviglioso che è però, e preliminarmente, un simbolico — «drakón nekròs», così come nel ventre degli altri si trovano «aspides nekrai»48, Egualmente, come «grande cane nero, dagli occhi di fuoco», si manifesta il demonio che il martire Trifone, in un testo agiografico tardo di probabile provenienza microasiatica, ha espulso dalla figlia dell’imperatore Gordiano49. Qui, forse, cane di Ecate, o, per Mele- zio, memoria una …
Demoni in cattività – Page 192

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Un’unica triade racchiude in sè i tanti, multiformi volti del nume: la vergine dell’aria, Selene, la ninfa della terra, Afrodite e la vegliarda del mondo sotterraneo, Ecate. Per la triade fu scelto il nome di Era.” Rachele: ”Devo per forza partire dai classici e questo autore è utilissimo per il … Negli anni, oltre il tempo, forse, solo dei cani e del loro affetto divino restava ancora qualcosa. Forse. “Eccomi da ore accucciato nella cuccia del mio cane malato. È forse tra i men belli; o per morbidezza …
La ricerca psichica luce e ombra – Page 283

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Secondo gli antichi certe specie di cani randagi, spece se rabbiosi, erano la personificazione di spiriti turbolenti o di demoni maligni che vagavano per spaventare i vivi e trasformarli col morso contagioso e malefico in altrettanti cani rabbiosi. Era Ecate – la divinità infernale che iniettava ai cani il fuoco della rabbia. Non soltanto questo male, ma la epilessia e tutti i morbi che si manifestano con spasimi nervosi e rapimento dei sensi erano attribuiti all’ossessione del cane demone, e il …
Attenti al cane!: storia e archeologia di un legame millennario – Page 25

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Cerbero a tre teste con serpenti intorno al collo, rilievo, fine del W -inizio del III secolo a.C; Cerveteri, necropoli della Banditacela, Tomba dei Rilievi. del cane, tanto amico benevolo quanto temibile pericolo per chi varchi il territorio da lui protetto, spiega la presenza dell’animale accanto a divinità che l’uomo incontra nei momenti cruciali di passaggio, primo fra tutti quello nell’aldilà, regno di Ades, accompagnato dal cane Cerbero, e di Ecate. Agli ululati notturni dei cani randagi, che …
I nomi del mondo: santi, demoni, folletti e le parole perdute – Page 244

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santi, demoni, folletti e le parole perdute Gian Luigi Beccaria … scarpa, scarpine, scarpette, berrettina della Madonna, guanti di Nostra Signora I occhio, fiore del diavolo, pianta di Ecate, il capelvenere capello d’angelo I capelli di vecchia, pianta di Proserpina, pianta di Ecate, le varie specie di caprifoglio pe), legno … bacche del rospo, uva di biscia, del serpente, di cane, erba del serpente, pomodoro della ser- 12 Petasites, dal gr. pétasos ‘cappello’: si copriva con un 244 Capitolo sesto.
Senza ritegno: ilcane e la donna nellímmaginario della Grecia antica

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pensati da due punti di vista: benigni protettori da un lato, demoni di inaudita ferocia dall’altro. … Proprio a questi cani di Ecate la superstizione popolare riconduceva l’origine di alcuni disturbi notturni: incubi e attacchi di panico81. Per concludere questa descrizione del cane guardiano e giustiziere, lasciamo ancora una volta parlare un antico testimone, che meglio di chiunque può rendere con straordinaria immediatezza il complesso di idee correlate che costituivano il tessuto …
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Tutti questi novinpoì Saiu.ove<;73 in forma di cani, che suscitano paura e terrore, rappresentano sostanzialmente il ritorno spettrale del morto tra i viventi, e anche in questo caso il cane ha un significativo ruolo di mediazione. Forse a … Praep. ev. 4, 23, 7-8; Lycophr. Alex. 1174-1180. Su questi demoni malvagi della superstizione popolare cf. H. Herter, ‘Bòse Da- moncn im friihgriechischen Volksglauben’, Rb. Jb. f. Volkskunde 1, 1950, pp. 112-143 (su Ecate in part. p. 133 e n. 81, p.

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Giamblico affirms that the evil demons , in their apparitions, show themselves surrounded by fatal beasts, thirsty for blood and savagery.144 Proclus refers to the appearance of a solar demon with a leonine face.145 Porphyry, in describing the symbols of Hecate , speaks of a multicolored candle with a shining apotropaic flame, presenting it as a tremendous chiselled image of the goddess, capable of generating terror in the «under dogs » (δεῖμα νερτέρων κυνῶν, γλύμμα δεινὸν …
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88 des Places), which is manifold and varied like the demons themselves (see chapter 34, Psell, commentary 1137a5, pseudo-Giamblico, I misteri 2,3). These demons are described as bestial (see Chapters 89 and 90); they are compared to the dogs (fragments … the hot mysteries of Julian the apostate, which was the work of the theurgist Maximus of Ephesus, as Gregory Nazianzeno tells us (homily 4.55), the sign of Hecate replaces the sign of the cross; Hecate is evoked , the lower demons are hunted (cf.
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But of all the infernal deities Hecate was the most feared. She was represented as a bitch with three heads (in addition to the canine, one of a snake and another of a horse) and it was said with terror that, especially on moonless nights, she would run over the earth followed by a horde of sacred dogs and ghosts. The Empuse often accompanied her, demons with ass buttocks and feet shod with bronze, able to seduce the males to suck then their life force …
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… is found – typically hagiographic overload of a marvelous which is however, and preliminarily, a symbolic – «drakón nekròs», just as in the other person’s womb there are «aspides nekrai» 48, equally, as «big black dog , eyes of fire “, the demon is manifested that the martyr Trifone, in a late hagiographic text of probable micro-Asiatic origin, has expelled from the daughter of the emperor Gordiano49. Here, perhaps, dog of Hecate , or, apple-uncle, a memory …
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A single triad contains within itself the many, multifaceted faces of the god: the virgin of the air, Selene, the nymph of the earth, Aphrodite and the veggirda of the underworld, Hecate . For the triad the name of Hera was chosen. “Rachele:” I have to start from the classics and this author is very useful for the … Over the years, over time, perhaps, only dogs and their divine affection still remained something . Maybe. “Here I am for hours crouched in the kennel of my sick dog . It is perhaps among the best men; or for softness …
Psychic research, light and shade – Page 283

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According to the ancients certain species of stray dogs , specious if rabid, were the personification of turbulent spirits or evil demons that roamed to scare the living and turn them with the infectious and evil bite into as many rabid dogs . It was Hecate – the infernal divinity that injected the fire of anger into the dogs . Not only this evil, but epilepsy and all the diseases that occur with nervous spasms and rapture of the senses were attributed to the obsession of the demon dog , and the …
Beware of the dog !: history and archeology of a millennial bond – Page 25

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Three-headed cerberus with snakes around the neck, relief, end of the W-beginning of the III century BC; Cerveteri, necropolis of Banditacela, Tomb of the Reliefs. of the dog , as a friendly friend as fearful danger for those who cross the territory protected by him, explains the presence of the animal next to gods that man meets in crucial moments of passage, first of all the one in the afterlife, reign of Ades, accompanied by the Cerberus dog , and by Hecate . To the nocturnal howling of stray dogs , which …
The names of the world: saints, demons, elves and lost words – Page 244

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saints, demons , elves and the lost words Gian Luigi Beccaria … shoe, shoes, shoes, cap of the Madonna, gloves of Our Lady I eye, flower of the devil, plant of Hecate , the capelvenere capello d’angelo The hair of old , plant of Proserpina, plant of Hecate , the various species of honeysuckle pe), wood … berries of the toad, snake, snake, dog , snake grass, tomato of the 12- Petasites, from the gr. pétasos ‘hat’: it was covered with a Chapter 246.
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thought from two points of view: benign protectors on one side, demons of unprecedented ferocity on the other. … Just to these dogs of Hecate popular superstition led back to the origin of some nocturnal disturbances: nightmares and panic attacks81. To conclude this description of the guardian dog and executioner, let us once again speak an ancient witness, who better than anyone can make with extraordinary immediacy the complex of related ideas that constituted the fabric …
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All these novinpoì Saiu.ove <; 73 in the form of dogs , which arouse fear and terror, basically represent the ghostly return of the dead among the living, and even in this case the dog has a significant role of mediation. Maybe a … Praep. ev. 4, 23, 7-8; Lycophr. Alex. 1174-1180. On these evil demons of popular superstition cf. H. Herter, ‘Bòse Da- moncn im friihgriechischen Volksglauben’, Rb. Jb. f. Volkskunde 1, 1950, pp. 112-143 (on Hecate in Part I, 133 and 81, p.
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Per Marchetti come per i marsigliesi se Dio è presente e visibile al mondo attraverso i miracoli che opera, anche il demonio ci spia dappertutto. La sua presenza giustifica tutte le precauzioni che possiamo prendere per difendercene: le croci che si tracciano sulle porte, le statue della Vergine che si collocano nelle nicchie all’angolo delle strade, dal tempo in cui il demonio Ecate, sotto le spoglie di un cane, vi si aggirava di notte; l’acqua benedetta di cui le serve vanno in cerca il sabato …
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converso Adam dell’abbazia di Cîteaux nella Chronique de SaintDenis – e perfino come cane che, pur essendo animale domestico, presta le sue sembianze ad apparizioni sataniche (riservate a maghi e stregoni); in tal caso il diavolo assume l’aspetto di un cane nero, che si trattiene più volentieri in prossimità di incroci, richiamando alla memoria la figura di Ecate. Nei Vangeli il demonio che abbandona il corpo di un indemoniato cerca rifugio in un maiale, animale impuro per …
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Ma Eraide salvò la vita: mostrato il sesso maschile ai giudici chiese che il suo sesso di maschio venisse riconosciuto, sciolse il matrimonio, abbandonò il vestire da donna e divenne uomo prendendo il nome di Diofonte entrando nel corpo dei … a Ecate, riportata da Ovidio, e attribuita a Medea si legge: «Vieni infernale e celeste dea delle strade maestre, dei crocicchi, tu che sei foriera della luce, che cammini di notte, tu cui rallegrano il latrato dei cani e del sangue versato, che erri in …
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In segno di riconoscenza fino al 1852 nella chiesa di San Sebastiano a Campolaro si celebrava una messa seguita da una processione; le vecchie famiglie del paese versavano un’elemosina al pievano. Dietro la forcella Patóc, tra il Jóf ed il monte Planizza, in certe notti si sentono grida ed abbaiar di cani. La tradizione pagana continua: Ecate in forma canina percorre la terra e spaventa i viandanti; la segue una muta di cani e sono le anime scontente degli insepolti, degli uccisi, dei …
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Il Diavolo, da parte sua, attraversa dall’antichità pre-classica (gli spiriti ctonii) tutta la cultura popolare ed ecclesiastica medioevale come principe delle trasformazioni – in gatto, serpente, caprone, cane (soprattutto nell’Islam), cavallo bianco (a partire dalle culture … La misoginia dei Padri della Chiesa identificava spesso il demonio con figure femminili (d’altronde di probabile origine sciamanica) come la bella Elena che riappare in Marlowe e in Goethe, Ecate, la stessa Venere …
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Gabriel e Herne vengono accomunati nei rilievi scolpiti intorno al portale della chiesa di Stoke Gabriel nel Devon meridionale (inizi del XIII sec.). L’arcangelo Gabriele si china dall’alto, ma a destra entrando è raffigurato il cacciatore selvaggio con i denti scoperti in un ghigno e un ciuffo di capelli sul volto, e con accanto una coppia di segugi. Ma in Egitto Ermes, se in un aspetto è Thoth, in un altro aspetto è il dio dalla testa canina Anubi, figlio dell’Ecate egiziana Nefti, e come tale lo …
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Se la tradizione pagana esorcizzò questi trivi, catastrofici anche per assalti notturni di ladri, ponendo aediculae consacrate ad Ecate, divinità delle strade, invocata come Enodia e Trivia, la tradizione cristiana li esorcizzò ponendo pilastrini o … al divino sacrificio nelle chiese, ad accompagnare le preghiere che si fanno in chiesa, 2) scaccia i demoni pervaganti nell’aria che, non potendo sopportare il suono delle campane, appena lo sentono fuggono via abbandonando la loro opera di …
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Demoni d’ogni mese. – Gennaio è il mese di Belial; febbraio, di Leviathan; marzo, di Satana ; aprile, d’ Astarte ; maggio, di Lucifero; giugno, di Baalberith; luglio, di Belzebù , agosto, di Astaroth ; settembre, di Thamuz; ottobre, di Baal; novembre, di Ecate; dicembre, di Moloch. – Animali d’ogni mese. – La pecora è consacrata al mese di gennaio; il cavallo, al febbraio; la capra, al marzo; il becco, all’aprile; il toro, al maggio; il cane, al giugno; il cervo, al luglio ; il cignale, all’agosto ; l’asino …
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Demoni d’ogni mese. — Gennaio e il mese di Belial; febbraio, di Leviathan; marzo, di Satana ; aprile , d’ Astarte ; maggio, di Lucifero; giugno, di Baalbcrfth; luglio, di Belzebù ; agosto , di AstaroUi ; settembre , rii Thamuz; ottobre, di Baal; novembre, di Ecate; dicembre, di Moloch. — Animali d’ogni mese. — La pecora è consacrata al mese di gennaio ; il cavallo, al febbraio; la capra, al marzo; il becco, all’aprile ; il toro, al maggio ; il cane, al giugno ; il cervo, al luglio ; il cignale, all’agosto …
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Demoni d’ogni mm. – Gennaio e il mese di Belial; febbraio, di leviathan; marzo, di Satana; aprile , d’ Astarte ; maggio, di Lucifero ; giugno, di Baalberitlt; luglio, di lìelzebù; agosto , di Astaroth ; settembre, di l’hamuz; ottobre, di Baal: novembre, di Ecate; diCtmbre, (ii illoloch. -Aniutalt’ Il’ ogni mese. – La pecora e consacrata al mese di gennaio; il cavallo, al febbraio; la capra, al marzo; il becco, all’aprile; il toro, al maggio; il cane, al giugno; il cervo, al luglio; il cignale, all’agosto; l’asino, …

 

Roma arcana: i misteri della Roma più segreta – Page 31

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Nelle favole le streghe sono viste quasi sempre come delle orribili vecchie dal naso uncinato, che provocano paura e terrore a prima vista. Esse rispecchiano più o meno l’aspetto di Ecate. Diana si trasforma in Ecate durante la fase di luna calante. Questa misteriosa divinità, forse di origine asiatica, era considerata dai … scrive Ovidio nei Fasti (I, 141). Le teste erano talvolta di animali: una di cavallo, una di cane e una di cinghiale (o leone). Nelle mani reggeva pugnali, corde e torce, …
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La credenza nelle streghe dal sec. XIII al XIX con particolare riferimento all’Italia Giuseppe Bonomo. gione, il capo della compagnia notturna non può limitarsi a scagliare la sua maledizione su una casa dove nulla è stato predisposto per una conveniente accoglienza alla sua visita, e per di più il padrone mostra disprezzo per gli ospiti, facendosi vedere in uno stato oltraggioso per il pudore e la dignità dell’ospite di riguardo. Dalla diffusa credenza nella maledizione per la mancata …
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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 … 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 … (1) ORAzio. – Epodi. – s o o Così lo spirito umano, perduta l’antica fede, errava in cerca 380 STORIA POPOLARE D’ITALIA –
Magia ed esoterismo in Italia – Page 17

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Terribili a vedersi, le due donne scavano il terreno con le unghie, poi sbranano e fanno a pezzi con i denti un agnello nero. Il sangue raccolto è versato in un fosso da cui esse fanno emergere gli spiriti dei morti perché diano i loro oracoli. Le streghe poi tirano fuori due statuine, una di lana, alta, imponente, che rappresenta Canidia, e l’altra di cera, più piccola, che rappresenta il suo amante infedele. Le streghe evocano Ecate e Tisifone, mentre serpenti e cani infernali girano intorno; …
La stregoneria. Storia di una follia profondamente umana – Page 27

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… l’Italia aveva conosciuto superstizioni foriere di magia; Ovidio, in particolare, evoca tutte quelle legate ai morti19, dietro le quali traspare l’influsso degli Etruschi, assillati dal timore per l’aldilà. Ugualmente, il culto della dea Genita Mana, che richiedeva il sacrificio di cani, evidenzia un rapporto con Ecate, ed è ancora Plinio il Vecchio a informarci che i maghi con la pretesa di riuscire a far scendere la Luna sulla Terra avevano un illustre predecessore nella persona del re Tullo Ostilio, …
Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 54

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L’altra rappresentazione della Signora è quella di Ecate, cioè di una donna brutta, scarmigliata e cattiva, il più delle volte vecchia e rugosa, dispensatrice solo di sciagure e morte. Essa si aggira per i cimiteri con il suo seguito di anime di dannati per mala sorte o suicidi, accompagnata nel suo giro notturno dal latrare dei cani, incutendo terrore in chiunque la incontri. Essa è anche la «strix», strige dei Romani, da cui deriva il termine strega. La strige è un uccello rapace notturno dalla …
Cento anni libri 20 – Volume 4 – Page 125

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L’avvocato se ne invaghì, e appena fu libero la sposò. Era il rovescio della medaglia della sua prima moglie; era una tacchina grassa e appetitosa e fragante di rosmarino, in confronto di un osso già gettato a cani. ll di delle nozze, la combinazione volle ch’egli in un affare guadagnasse trenta mila lire italiane per fortuito intervento della sposa. … Ecate e di tre streghe, l’avvocatessa Falchi fece anche la parte delle streghe e di Ecate. – Ora è da ricordare un fatto. Nel primo anno che il …
Cento anni: romanzo ciclico – Volumes 1-2 – Page 304

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Era il rovescio della medaglia della sua prima moglie; era una tacchina grassa e appetitosa e fragrante di rosmarino , in confronto di un osso già gettato a’ cani. … ficcar il naso in tutto, venne dai conoscenti cognominata l’avvocatessa, noi non possiamo che richiamare alla memoria dei lettori i conjugi Macbeth; con questa differenza, che se lady Macbeth per riuscire nei suoi intenti ebbi’! l’ajuto di Ecate ‘e di tre streghe, l’avvocatessa Falchi fece anche la parte delle streghe e di Ecate.
Storia degli Italiani – Volume 2 – Page 134

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Perciò, soggiunge egli stesso, dopo sorbito un ovo, si ha cura di rompere il guscio ; e in molti paesi d’Italia erasi proibito alle donne per istrada di torcere il fuso o di portarlo scoperto, perchè nuoce alle speranze, principalmente di grani77. … L’una maga invoca Tisifone, Ecate l’altra; subito i cani infernali e i serpenti le circondano; l’immagine di cera prende fuoco e getta un vivo splendore; ma udito un fracasso, le due streghe fuggono abbandonando i denti, i capelli , le erbe e i legami …
Storia degli italiani: 2 – Volume 2 – Page 134

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Perciò, soggiunge egli stesso, dopo sorbito un ovo, si ha cura di rompere il guscio; e in molti paesi d’Italia erasi proibito alle donne per istrada di torcere il fuso o di portarlo scoperto, perchè nuoce alle speranze, principalmente di grani 77. … L’una maga invoca Tisifone, Ecate l’altra; subito i cani infernali e i serpenti le circondano; l’immagine di cera prende fuoco e getta un vivo splendore; ma udito un fracasso, le due streghe fuggono abbandonando i denti, i capelli, le erbe e i legami …

Arcane Rome: the mysteries of the most secret Rome – Page 31

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In fairy tales witches are almost always seen as horrible, old-looking, hooked-noses, which cause fear and terror at first sight. They mirror more or less the appearance of Ecate . Diana turns into Hecate during the waning moon phase. This mysterious divinity, perhaps of Asian origin, was considered by … writes Ovid in the Fasti (I, 141). The heads were sometimes of animals: one of horse, one of dog and one of wild boar (or lion). In his hands he held daggers, ropes and torches, …
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The belief in witches from the century XIII to the XIX with particular reference to Italy Giuseppe Bonomo. The leader of the night company can not simply fling his curse on a house where nothing has been arranged for a convenient reception on his visit, and moreover the master shows contempt for the guests, showing himself in an outrageous state for the modesty and dignity of the guest of respect. From the widespread belief in the curse for the failure …
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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 … One of them invokes Tisiphon, the other Hecate : 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 … (1) ORAzio. – Epodi. – soo So the human spirit, lost the ancient faith, was searching for 380 POPULAR HISTORY OF ITALY –
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Terrible to see each other, the two women dig the ground with their nails, then tear and cut a black lamb to pieces with their teeth. The blood collected is poured into a ditch from which they bring out the spirits of the dead to give them their oracles. The witches then pull out two statues, one of wool, tall, imposing, which represents Canidia, and the other of wax, smaller, which represents her unfaithful lover. The witches evoke Hecate and Tisifone, while snakes and dogs of hell turn around; …
Sorcery. History of a profoundly human folly – Page 27

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… Italy had known superstitions harbingers of magic; Ovid, in particular, evokes all those related to the dead19, behind which is reflected the influence of the Etruscans, beset by fear for the afterlife. Likewise, the cult of the goddess Genita Mana, which required the sacrifice of dogs , highlights a relationship with Hecate , and it is still Pliny the Elder who informs us that the magicians with the claim to be able to bring down the Moon on Earth had an illustrious predecessor in the person of King Tullo Ostilio, …
Witch books: spells, sexual prodigies and poisons – Page 54

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The other representation of the Lady is that of Hecate , that is of an ugly woman , disheveled and bad, most of the time old and wrinkled, dispenser only of misfortunes and death. It wanders through the cemeteries with its retinue of souls of damned by bad luck or suicide, accompanied in its nightime by the barking of dogs , frightening terror in anyone who meets her. It is also the «strix», strige of the Romans, hence the term witch . The striga is a nocturnal bird of prey from the …
One hundred years books 20 – Volume 4 – Page 125

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The lawyer fell in love with her, and as soon as he was free he married her. It was the other side of the medal of his first wife; it was a fat, appetizing and fragrant rosemary turkey, compared to a bone already thrown to dogs . Of the marriage, the combination meant that in a deal he would earn thirty thousand Italian lire for fortuitous intervention by the bride. … Hecate and three witches , the lawyer Falchi also played the part of witches and Hecate . – Now a fact is to be remembered. In the first year that …
One hundred years: cyclical novel – Volumes 1-2 – Page 304

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It was the other side of the medal of his first wife; it was a fat, appetizing and fragrant rosemary turkey, compared to a bone already thrown to the dogs . … nosing his nose in everything, came from acquaintances known as the lawyer, we can not but recall to the readers’ memory the conjugi Macbeth; with this difference, that if Lady Macbeth had succeeded in her intentions! the help of Ecate ‘ and of three witches , the lawyer Falchi also played the part of the witches and of Hecate .
History of Italians – Volume 2 – Page 134

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Therefore, he himself adds, after an egg is siped, he takes care to break the shell; and in many countries of Italy it was forbidden to women in the streets to twist the spindle or to bring it uncovered, because it harms hopes, mainly of grains77. … The one sorceress invokes Tisiphon, Hecate the other; immediately the infernal dogs and the serpents surround them; the wax image catches fire and casts a bright glow; but having heard a noise, the two witches flee abandoning their teeth, hair, herbs and ties …
History of Italians: 2 – Volume 2 – Page 134

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Therefore, he himself adds, after an egg is siped, he takes care to break the shell; and in many countries of Italy it was forbidden to women in the streets to twist the spindle or to bring it uncovered, because it harms hopes, mainly of grains 77. … The one sorceress invokes Tisiphon, Hecate the other; immediately the infernal dogs and the serpents surround them; the wax image catches fire and casts a bright glow; but having heard a noise, the two witches flee abandoning their teeth, hair, herbs and ties …

Historical Notebooks – Issues 40-41 – Page 678

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For Marchetti as well as for the Marseillais, if God is present and visible to the world through the miracles he works on, even the devil spies on us everywhere. His presence justifies all the precautions we can take to defend it: the crosses that are traced on the doors, the statues of the Virgin that are placed in the niches on the street corner, from the time when the devil Ecate , in the guise of a dog he roamed about it at night; the holy water that you need is looking for Saturday …
Sorcery. History of a profoundly human folly – Page 92

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converse Adam of the abbey of Cîteaux in the Chronique de SaintDenis – and even as a dog that, despite being a pet, lends its appearance to satanic apparitions (reserved for magicians and sorcerers); in this case the devil assumes the appearance of a black dog , which is more willingly kept near intersections, recalling the figure of Hecate . In the Gospels the devil who abandons the body of a possessed man seeks refuge in a pig, an impure animal for …
Diabolicus: The roots of evil

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But Heraid saved his life: shown the male sex to the judges asked that his sex of male be recognized, dissolved the marriage, abandoned the dress as a woman and became a man taking the name of Diophon entering the body of … to Hecate , reported from Ovid, and attributed to Medea it reads: “Come infernal and celestial goddess of the highways, of the crossroads, you who are the harbinger of the light, that walk at night, which cheer the dogs bark and the blood shed, that you …
Alps and Prealps. Myth and reality – Volume 6 – Page 98

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As a sign of gratitude until 1852 in the church of San Sebastiano in Campolaro a mass was celebrated followed by a procession; the old families of the country were giving alms to the parish priest. Behind the Patóc fork, between the Jóf and Planizza mountain, on certain nights barking and dog barking are heard . The pagan tradition continues: Hecate in a canine form travels through the earth and frightens the travelers; the following is a pack of dogs and they are the unhappy souls of the unburied, the slain, the …
History of theater and entertainment – Page 666

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The Devil, for his part, goes through the pre-classical antiquity (the ctonii spirits) all the popular culture and medieval ecclesiastical as a prince of transformation – in cat, snake, billy goat, dog (especially in Islam), white horse (a Starting from the cultures … The misogyny of the Fathers of the Church often identified the devil with female figures (moreover of probable shamanistic origin) like the beautiful Helen who reappears in Marlowe and in Goethe, Hecate , the same Venus …
The White Goddess

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Gabriel and Herne are united in the reliefs carved around the portal of the Stoke Gabriel church in southern Devon (early 13th century). The archangel Gabriel bends down from above, but on the right entering is depicted the wild hunter with teeth bared in a sneer and a tuft of hair on his face, and with a pair of hounds beside him. But in Egypt Hermes, if one aspect is Thoth, in another aspect is the canine-headed god Anubis, son of the Egyptian Ecate Nephti, and as such …
From the Apennines to the Alps in the footsteps of popular religiosity

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If the pagan tradition exorcised these triviums, also catastrophic for nocturnal assaults of thieves, placing consecrated aediculae to Hecate , divinity of the streets, invoked as Enodia and Trivia, the Christian tradition exorcised them by placing pillars or … to the divine sacrifice in the churches , to accompany the prayers that are done in the church , 2) drives out the pervading demons in the air that, unable to bear the sound of the bells, as soon as they hear it they flee away abandoning their work of …
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Demons of every month. – January is the month of Belial; February, by Leviathan; March , of Satan; april, d ‘Astarte; May, by Lucifer; June, of Baalberith; July, of Beelzebub, August, of Astaroth; September, of Thamuz; October, of Baal; November, by Ecate ; December, of Moloch. – Animals of every month. – The sheep is consecrated to the month of January; the horse, in February; the goat, in March; the beak, at April; the bull, in May; the dog , in June; the deer, in July; the cignale, to august; the donkey …
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Demons of every month. – January and the month of Belial; February, by Leviathan; March, of Satan; april, d ‘Astarte; May, by Lucifer; June, by Baalbcrfth; July, of Beelzebub; August, of AstaroUi; September, rii Thamuz; October, of Baal; November, by Ecate ; December, of Moloch. – Animals of every month. – The sheep is consecrated to the month of January; the horse, in February; the goat, in March; the beak , at April; the bull, in May; the dog , in June; the deer, in July; the cignale, in august …
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Demons of every mm. – January and the month of Belial; february, by leviathan; March, of Satan; april, d ‘Astarte; May, by Lucifer; June, by Baalberitlt; July, of làelzebù; August, of Astaroth; September, of the hamuz; October, by Baal: November, by Hecate ; diCtmbre, (ii illoloch. -Aniutalt ‘The’ every month.- The sheep is consecrated to the month of January, the horse, in February, the goat, in March, the beak, in April, the bull, in May; dog , in June, the deer, in July, the cignale, in August, the donkey, …

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anche in Italia. Margherita, una strega della Val di Fiemme, dichiarò che sotto il noce dei Boschetti dove si radunava molta gente per partecipare al sabba, aveva visto il diavolo in forma di cane nero. Altre volte, la stessa aggiunse che il diavolo le si presentava in privato in forma di uomo nero e brutto. Da ciò forse si può dedurre che a seconda delle circostanze, il diavolo si travestisse da cane per le cerimonie di una certa importanza e comparisse a Margherita così com’era in privato.
Il diavolo – Page 238

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Ammala di subito, e consultata la testa loquace, scopre l’inganno, e conosce imminente la propria fine. Allora, convocati innanzi a sè i cardinali, confessa pubblicamente i gravissimi suoi peccati, in espiazion dei quali, vivo ancora, si fa tagliare a pezzi, e gettare, come immondizia, fuori della casa di Dio. Altri narrano alquanto diversamente, o aggiungono a tale racconto qualcosa. Il diavolo, sotto forma di un cane nero, accompagnava sempre Gerberto, e da lui direttamente, non da una …
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Ma il suo piano era fallito, ilcane nero non si era fatto ingannaree sapeva benissimo come e dove trovarlo. Matteo non poteva sparire, per quanto ci provasse. Il diavolo era sempre lì, nell’ombra,in attesae pronto a scattare per ghermirlo. Psichiatri, psicologi, dottori, preti, medicine, droghe. Nessuno era riuscitoa sconfiggerlo, lo avevano solo confuso, intontito, stordito. L’unico obbiettivo che erano stati in grado di raggiungere era stato quello di imprigionarlo dentro allo specchio.
Il bar sotto il mare

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Tra le loro gambe sgusciò veloce un cane nero. Mentre si accomodavano a sedere, uno di loro notò che il cane, fermatosi in cima alle scale, li guardava con uno strano sguardo. Vorace, avresti detto. Entrò Ouralphe. Il cappello da chef gli stava sul capo come una corona. Al suo fianco era il fido Ascalaphe, … consultando l’orologio – tra dieci minuti cominceremo a servire l’aperitivo. Chi c’è c’è, chi non c’è vada al diavolo. IL RACCONTO DEL CANE NERO IL VERME DISICIO En royal.
Il Monte Del Diavolo – Page 38

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Per qualche secondo mi illusi di essere salvo, poi dovetti ricredermi: un lupo di dimensioni incredibilmente grandi, alto come un bue, nerboruto e nero come le anime dannate, sollevò le zampe anteriori ed emise un ululato tanto potente, quanto assordante e … IL CANE NERO Tutte le mattine, alla stessa ora, fuori dalla casa del giudice John Kett, un grosso e irsuto cane nero, di una razza indefinibile, compariva: nessuno sapeva da che parte provenisse, perché nessuno lo 38.
IL PASTO DEL DIAVOLO – Page 148

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Una pioggerellina fine e regolare che sarebbe penetrata dappertutto e, se non fosse stato per la giacca bianca e rossa della cerata, che Novati indossava sopra una felpa di pile, certamente avrebbe inzuppato anche l’ingombrante commissario che si aggirava, munito di stivali, per la solita carrareccia in compagnia del suo grosso cane nero. Dark, dal canto suo, era il cane apparentemente più felice del mondo: rimbalzava tra la doccia che il buon Dio stava mandando abbondante e la …
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ma l’animale nero non riusciva a uscire dalla porta. Io, invisibile, lo sapevo: il diavolo può entrare per ogni pertugio, ma non uscirne. E intanto gli spiriti malvagi si accendevano nella notte piena d’ombre dello studio di Faust, finché il cane cominciò a dilatarsi, trasformandosi poi in un altro essere, un giovane, vestito da studente. Ora Faust aveva di fronte il sinistro sconosciuto, lo spirito nascosto nel corpo dell’animale. Quando gli chiese chi fosse, il diavolo, Mefìstofele, si presentò con …
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There are of course many examples of reordering: perhaps the simplest form it takes corresponds to the basic inversions of the adjective-noun sequence, which in Italian becomes a noun-adjective sequence (‘black dog’: ‘cane nero’), and the … which becomes ‘sano e salvo’; match perfectly but in inverted form, as with ‘black and white’, which in Italian becomes ‘bianco e nero’; maintain half the pairing, as with ‘the devil and the deep blue sea’, which might be rendered as ‘il diavolo e …
Il bimbo e il diavolo – Page 44

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«Ventiquolo, sì» confermò a suo modo Ottorino, che lo guardava sorpreso, sempre con la sua brava domanda sulla punta della lingua. Ma il bimbo lo prevenne ancora: «Che cià anche un cane nero? «Non lo so proprio!», fece l’altro, sconsolato. «…Un cane che si chiama Scanascia?», insistette Fabio. «Macché cane! Sganascia (e non Scanascia) è il suo socio. Sai, un ometto magrolino, scuro come il carbone… Ma mica c’è sempre!» «Brutto disgraziato farabutto!», esclamò di nuovo il …
Un cane e un uomo in piú: romanzo – Page 20

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Il sacerdote era appena tornato a leggere, che di nuovo s’udì raspare in fondo al corridoio, e poi ecco ancora il cane nero con gli occhi di fuoco, che ripete la manovra alla cella del bambino. Ancora una volta il sacerdote va a svegliarlo, gli fa la domanda, e lui si volta dall’altra parte. La scena si ripete identica per la terza volta, e di certo il bambino s’era addormentato senza recitare il Credo e l’Atto di contrizione, perché il cane nero altri non era che il diavolo, e all’alba il bambino fu …

Recipe book of witches: spells, sexual prodigies and poisons – Page 67

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – Preview
Also in Italy. Margherita, a witch from the Val di Fiemme, declared that under the walnut tree of the Boschetti where many people gathered to take part in the sabbath, she had seen the devil in the form of a black dog . At other times, she added that the devil presented herself privately in the form of a black and ugly man. From this perhaps it can be deduced that depending on the circumstances, the devil disguised himself as a dog for the ceremonies of a certain importance and appeared to Margherita as he was in private.
The devil – Page 238

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Immediately get sick, and consult the loquacious head, discovers the deception, and knows his end imminent. Then, having summoned the cardinals before him, he publicly confesses his most grievous sins, in expiation of which, still alive, he is cut into pieces, and thrown out of the house of God as rubbish. Others tell rather differently, or add to this tale something. The devil , in the form of a black dog , always accompanied Gerberto, and from him directly, not from a …
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But his plan had failed, black ilcane had not been deceived and he knew very well how and where to find it. Matteo could not disappear, however much he tried. The devil was always there, in the shadows, waiting and ready to snap to grab him. Psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors, priests, medicines, drugs. Nobody had succeeded in defeating him, they had only confused him, dazed, dazed. The only goal they had been able to achieve was to imprison him in the mirror.
The bar under the sea

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A black dog slipped quickly between their legs . While they sat down, one of them noticed that the dog, standing at the top of the stairs, looked at them with a strange look. Voracious, you would have said. Ouralphe entered. The chef’s hat was on his head like a crown. At his side was the trusted Ascalaphe, … consulting the clock – in ten minutes we will begin to serve the aperitif. Who is there, who is not there goes to hell . THE TALE OF THE BLACK DOG THE VERME DISCIO En royal.
Monte Del Diavolo – Page 38

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For a few seconds I deluded myself to be safe, then I had to change my mind: a wolf of incredibly large size, tall as an ox, brawny and black as the damned souls, lifted the front legs and gave a howl powerful, deafening and … THE BLACK DOG Every morning, at the same time, outside the house of Judge John Kett, a big and frizzy black dog , of an indefinable race, appeared: nobody knew where it came from, because no one did it.
THE DEVIL’S MEAL – Page 148

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A fine and regular drizzle that would have penetrated everywhere and, if it had not been for the white and red jacket of the wax, that Novati was wearing a fleece sweatshirt, would certainly have soaked the cumbersome commissar who wandered around, wearing boots the usual cart in the company of his big black dog . Dark, for his part, was the apparently happiest dog in the world: it bounced between the shower that the good God was sending abundant and the …
The Faust by Wolfgang Goethe

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but the black animal could not get out the door. I, unseen, knew it: the devil can enter through every hole, but not get out of it. And meanwhile the evil spirits were lit in the night full of shadows of Faust’s study, until the dog began to expand, then turning into another being, a young man, dressed as a student. Now Faust faced the unknown left, the spirit hidden in the body of the animal. When he asked who he was, the devil , Mefìstofele, presented himself with …
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It is a sequence of examples of the following: noun, which in Italian becomes a noun-adjective sequence (‘black dog’: ‘ black dog ‘), and the … which becomes ‘safe and sound’; match perfectly but in inverted form, as with ‘ black and white’, which in Italian becomes ‘black and white’; maintain half the pairing, with the devil and the devil …
The baby and the devil – Page 44

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“Twenty, yes,” confirmed Ottorino, who looked at him in surprise, always with his good question on the tip of his tongue. But the baby still prevented him: “What’s the matter with a black dog ? “I really do not know!” Said the other, dejected. «… A dog named Scanascia?», Fabio insisted. “Not a dog! Sganascia (and not Scanascia) is his partner. You know, a skinny little man, dark as coal … But it’s not always there! “” Bad wretched scoundrel! ”
One dog and one more man: novel – Page 20

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The priest had just returned to read, who again heard himself scrabbling at the end of the corridor, and then again the black dog with the eyes of fire, which repeats the maneuver to the child’s cell. Once again the priest goes to wake him up, asks him the question, and he turns to the other side. The scene is repeated the same for the third time, and certainly the child had fallen asleep without reciting the Creed and the act of contrition, because the black dog was none other than the devil , and at dawn the child was … .

Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 67

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – ‎Preview
anche in Italia. Margherita, una strega della Val di Fiemme, dichiarò che sotto il noce dei Boschetti dove si radunava molta gente per partecipare al sabba, aveva visto il diavolo in forma di cane nero. Altre volte, la stessa aggiunse che il diavolo le si presentava in privato in forma di uomo nero e brutto. Da ciò forse si può dedurre che a seconda delle circostanze, il diavolo si travestisse da cane per le cerimonie di una certa importanza e comparisse a Margherita così com’era in privato.
La Stregoneria in Italia: scongiuri, amuleti e riti della tradizione

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Questocorteo difertilità, divenuto satanico e conosciutointutta Europa coni nomidi wutischen heer,mesnie furiose, mesniehellequin, exercitus antuquus, ein Italiaconi nomi di societas, familia, cazza selvarega, cascia selvadega, cacciadel diavolo o casciamorta, caratterizza il folklore italico dalleAlpi Marittime alleGiulie e narra nonpiùdi figurefestose, bensì di ombre sinistre, schiere difate, cani infernali dagli occhi dibrace, streghe e demoni guidati dauna misteriosa e arcana figura.
La magia nera – Volume 2 – Page 171

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Fate le vostre vendette o morirete », intimava alle streghe di Poitiers, e alla fine del sabba, secondo Martin del Rio, il diavolo diceva: « Compiamo dunque la nostra vendetta, perché possiate conoscere la legge che è opposta alla legge di carità; … A Guernesy, nel 1617, Isabel Bec- quet andò al sabba e vide il Diavolo come un cane cornuto il quale « con una delle sue zampe (che dovevano essere evidentemente simili a mani) la prese per mano, e chiamandola per nome le disse che …
Il diavolo – Page 270

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Arturo Graf – 1890 – ‎Read – ‎More editions
delle streghe, scritti dai più gran luminari della Santa Inquisizione, e i constituti delle streghe medesime negli innumerevoli processi. Satana si lasciava vedere a’ suoi devoti sopra un trono, o sopra un altare, in figura d’uomo, di caprone, di cignale, di scimia, di cane, secondo i casi. Se in figura d’uomo, talvolta si mostrava arcigno, uggito, rabbuiato, talaltra ilare e ridente, e in tal caso scherzava con le streghe, sonava, cantava. Queste gli rendevano omaggio, come a loro signore, …
Quaderni di semantica – Volume 5 – Page 246

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(Arum italicum) Madonna – lupo, serpe, biscia, botta, baggio, porco, bove, vacca, asino, cane, gatto biancospino (Cratae- Signore, Madonna — volpe, orso, asino gus Cxyacantha) S. Martino, S. Caterina (Bryonia dioica) — fata baggio, rospo cardo prete, diavolo – – (Carlina acaulica) Madonna, S. Pietro strega – S. Pellegrino ciclamino (Cyclamen Madonna, – porco europaeus) S. Bernardo, prete colchico (Colchicum Madonna, S. Antonio – vacca, cane autumnale) S. Martino (Datura …
La stregoneria. Storia di una follia profondamente umana – Page 92

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converso Adam dell’abbazia di Cîteaux nella Chronique de SaintDenis – e perfino come cane che, pur essendo animale domestico, presta le sue sembianze ad apparizioni sataniche (riservate a maghi e stregoni); in tal caso il diavolo assume l’aspetto di un cane nero, che si trattiene più volentieri in prossimità di incroci, richiamando alla memoria la figura di Ecate. Nei Vangeli il demonio che abbandona il corpo di un indemoniato cerca rifugio in un maiale, animale impuro per …
Streghe e magia: episodi di opposizione religiosa popolare sulle …

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Una leggenda assai simile è quella legata al “ponte del Ròch” che unisce i monti Buriasco e Monbasso in Val di Lanzo, la cui costruzione fu decisa nel 1377 dalla Credenza di Lanzo: anche quì interviene il diavolo tentatore di un eremita che fa transitare un cane sul ponte. Il diavolo di Val di Lanzo trasforma però il cane in un masso e, fuggendo, lascia le proprie impronte dinanzi alla cappelletta di San Rocco. Il santo delle pietre, per definizione. La stessa tradizione popolare è legata …
Strega: Ombra di libertà – Page 121

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Spesso c’è la sfida tra il santo e il diavolo, il quale rivendica per sé l’anima del primo essere che varcherà il nuovo ponte in cambio della fine del suo perfido boicottaggio. Anche quel ponte da allora verrà comunemente chiamato appunto ponte del diavolo. Il diavolo però viene sempre ingannato, perché il santo manda avanti una capra o un cane, come nelle leggende di San Gottardo o di San Martino di Tours46. E ponti del diavolo abbiamo un po’ dovunque nelle regioni montane, …
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… capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui … con le ginocchia piegate … . Poi gli offrono candele nerecome la pece o ombelichi di bambini e in segno diomaggio gli baciano l’ano … l’ora stabilita peril notturno incontro è quel lassodi tempo che precede la mezzanotte diuna o due ore….Ai banchetti seguono danze coraliche consistonoingiri da compiersi sempreverso sinistra… .Ogni banchetto vienebenedetto dal diavolo conparole blasfemecon le quali Belzebùviene dichiaratocolui che crea, …
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In pratica nella stalla lasciavano solo cesti vuoti, che dimostrassero che il lavoro era stato fatto. (Longano-Sedico (BL), sett. 1993; Clara, a. 50, pens.; L. Sommavilla) La difficoltà di interpretarne il nome e le conseguenti deformazioni para- nomastiche hanno contribuito alla nascita di un nuovo personaggio, nel quale convergono caccia selvaggia, diavolo, fuoco fatuo e strega: è il Redodase o Radódase, la muta di dodici cani infernali: El Redodase el gera dodase cani, grandi che no …

Recipe book of witches: spells, sexual prodigies and poisons – Page 67

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – Preview
Also in Italy. Margherita, a witch from the Val di Fiemme, declared that under the walnut tree of the Boschetti where many people gathered to participate in the sabbath, she had seen the devil in the form of a black dog . At other times, she added that the devil presented herself privately in the form of a black and ugly man. From this perhaps it can be deduced that depending on the circumstances, the devil disguised himself as a dog for the ceremonies of a certain importance and appeared to Margherita as he was in private.
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This kind of infertility, become satanic and known in all Europe with nomidi wutischen heer, furious mesnie, mesniehellequin, exercitus antuquus, ein Italiaconi names of societas, familia, cazza selvarega, cascia selvadega, cacciadel devil or casciamorta, characterizes the italic folklore fromAlpi Marittime alleGiulie and narrates nonpiùdi figuresfestose, but of sinister shadows, defenses, infernal dogs with dibrace eyes, witches and demons led by a mysterious and arcane figure.
Black magic – Volume 2 – Page 171

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Take your revenge or you will die, “he told the witches of Poitiers, and at the end of the sabbath, according to Martin del Rio, the devil said:” Let us therefore take our revenge, so that you may know the law which is opposed to the law of charity; … In Guernesy, in 1617, Isabel Becquet went to the Sabbath and saw the Devil as a horned dog who “with one of his paws (which must have evidently been similar to hands) took her by the hand, and called her by name. he told her that …
The devil – Page 270

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Arturo Graf – 1890 – Read – More editions
of Witches , written by the greatest luminaries of the Holy Inquisition, and constituti of witches same in countless processes. Satan allowed himself to be seen by his devotees on a throne, or on an altar, in the figure of a man, a billy goat, a cynical, a scimia, a dog , as the case may be. If in the figure of a man, sometimes he showed himself grim, roaring, darkened, at other times hilarious and laughing, and in this case he was joking with the witches , he was singing, singing. These paid him homage, like their lord, …
Semantic books – Volume 5 – Page 246

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(Arum italicum) Madonna – wolf, snake, snake, botta, baggio, pig, bove, cow, donkey, dog , cat hawthorn (Cratae – Lord, Madonna — fox, bear, donkey gus Cxyacantha) S. Martino, S Caterina (Bryonia dioica) – fairy baggio, toad cardo priest, devil – – (Carlina acaulica) Madonna, S. Pietro strega – S. Pellegrino cyclamen (Cyclamen Madonna, – pork europaeus) St. Bernard, priest colchico (Colchicum Madonna , S. Antonio – cow, dog autumnale) S. Martino ( Datura …
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converse Adam of the abbey of Cîteaux in the Chronique de SaintDenis – and even as a dog that, despite being a pet, lends its appearance to satanic apparitions (reserved for magicians and sorcerers); in this case, the devil assumes the appearance of a black dog , which is more willingly kept near intersections, recalling the figure of Hecate. In the Gospels the devil who abandons the body of a possessed man seeks refuge in a pig, an impure animal for …
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Roberto Gremmo – 1994 – Snippet view
A very similar legend is linked to the “bridge of the Ròch” that joins the Buriasco and Monbasso mountains in Val di Lanzo, whose construction was decided in 1377 by the Lanzo Credenza: here too the devil tempter of a hermit who passes a dog on the bridge. The devil of Val di Lanzo, however, transforms the dog into a rock and, fleeing, leaves its mark before the chapel of San Rocco. The saint of stones, by definition. The same popular tradition is linked …
Witch: Shadow of freedom – Page 121

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Often there is the challenge between the saint and the devil , who claims for himself the soul of the first being who will cross the new bridge in exchange for the end of his wicked boycott. Even that bridge since then will commonly be called precisely the devil’s bridge . But the devil is always deceived, because the saint sends forth a goat or a dog , as in the legends of San Gottardo or San Martino di Tours. And devil’s bridges we have a little ‘anywhere in the mountain regions, …
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… goat or dog . They approach him … with his knees bent …. Then they offer candles like pitches or navels of children and in a diomaggio they kiss the anus … the hour set for the night meeting is that lapse of time before midnight of one or two hours …. At banquets follow dances coraliche consistonoingiri to be performed alwaysversetto left …. Each banquet is blessed by the devil blasfemecon with which Belzebù is declared declaratocolui that creates, …
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In practice in the stable they left only empty baskets, which showed that the work had been done. (Longano-Sedico (BL), Sept. 1993, Clara, A. 50, Pens .; L. Sommavilla) The difficulty of interpreting the name and the consequent para- nomical deformations have contributed to the birth of a new character, in which they converge savage hunting, devil , fatuous fire and witch : it is the Redodase or Radódase, the pack of twelve infernal dogs : El Redodase el gera dodase dogs , great that no …

Strega: Ombra di libertà – Page 121

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Spesso c’è la sfida tra il santo e il diavolo, il quale rivendica per sé l’anima del primo essere che varcherà il nuovo ponte in cambio della fine del suo perfido boicottaggio. Anche quel ponte da allora verrà comunemente chiamato appunto ponte del diavolo. Il diavolo però viene sempre ingannato, perché il santo manda avanti una capra o un cane, come nelle leggende di San Gottardo o di San Martino di Tours46. E ponti del diavolo abbiamo un po’ dovunque nelle regioni montane, …
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… capro o di cane. Si avvicinano a lui … con le ginocchia piegate … . Poi gli offrono candele nerecome la pece o ombelichi di bambini e in segno diomaggio gli baciano l’ano … l’ora stabilita peril notturno incontro è quel lassodi tempo che precede la mezzanotte diuna o due ore….Ai banchetti seguono danze coraliche consistonoingiri da compiersi sempreverso sinistra… .Ogni banchetto vienebenedetto dal diavolo conparole blasfemecon le quali Belzebùviene dichiaratocolui che crea, …
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In pratica nella stalla lasciavano solo cesti vuoti, che dimostrassero che il lavoro era stato fatto. (Longano-Sedico (BL), sett. 1993; Clara, a. 50, pens.; L. Sommavilla) La difficoltà di interpretarne il nome e le conseguenti deformazioni para- nomastiche hanno contribuito alla nascita di un nuovo personaggio, nel quale convergono caccia selvaggia, diavolo, fuoco fatuo e strega: è il Redodase o Radódase, la muta di dodici cani infernali: El Redodase el gera dodase cani, grandi che no …
Dossier segreti di stregoneria e di magia nera – Page 38

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Per André Gide e per Francois Mauriac, il Diavolo ha sempre i tratti di un ragazzo di diciassette anni. Per gli inquisitori, come per gli scultori della cattedrale, il Diavolo non può avere che l’aspetto di un animale, e dei più ripugnanti: un porco, per sant’Antonio; un capro osceno e puzzolente, di cui bisognava baciare il posteriore, secondo i processi di stregoneria e le descrizioni del sabba; un grande cane nero, per Cornelio Agrippa; una bestia spaventosa, un drago gigantesco, il tifone, …
Demoni e streghe – Page 248

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Era stata mandata dal diavolo a Auldearne, nel travestimento preferito, con un messaggio per i suoi vicini, ma ebbe la sfortuna di incontrare i servitori di Peter Papley di Killhill che si recavano al lavoro, portando con sé i levrieri del padrone. I cani si lanciarono sulla strega travestita, «Ed io – dice Isobel – corsi per molto tempo ma, essendo braccata, fui costretta a dirigermi verso la mia casa, dove la porta era aperta e a rifugiarmi dietro una cassapanca». Ma i levrieri entrarono e si …
Cani, camosci, cuculi (e un corvo) – Page 254

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Femmina bella e altera, in odor di strega, era l’unica persona del paese che riuscisse a gestire da sola una malga con quaranta mucche e manze, più trenta capre che guizzavano qua e là come saette sui pascoli e alcuni maialini. Era nata l’11 maggio del 1879. Tagliava e spaccava legna, faceva burro, formaggio, ricotta e pascolava le bestie senza l’ausilio di un uomo, di un garzone o chicchessia. L’unico aiuto glielo dava Diavolo, un cane da pastore. Galvana odiava gli uomini, non …
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Questo perché si pensava che le streghe portassero addosso delle droghe di taciturnità, date loro dal diavolo e, una volta private di tali droghe, avrebbero confessato subito, anche senza tortura. … La donna sottoposta a rigidi interrogatori non avrebbe pianto; dopo averle, però, tagliato i capelli, avrebbe confessato di aver avuto continui rapporti carnali col diavolo il quale assumeva, di volta in volta, forme di gatto, cane o pollo; avrebbe ricordato, altresì, di aver avvertito la mancanza …
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Luciano Parinetto – 1996 – ‎Preview
… essendo, per la comune mentalità cattolica, i seguaci di Lutero e Calvino discepoli di gente che si era data, né più né meno delle streghe, al diavolo. Rileggiamo Montaigne Sui cannibali: “Penso che ci sia più barbarie nel mangiare un uomo vivo che nel mangiarlo morto, nel lacerare con supplizi e martiri un corpo ancora sensibile, farlo arrostire a poco a poco, farlo mordere e dilaniare dai cani e dai porci (come abbiamo non solo letto, ma visto recentemente, non fra antichi nemici, …
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Èil titolo chedalui ebbe ilgiovane signore Lancinena, cheil Diavolo in personavolle per aprirele danze. Con taliappoggi,le streghe regnavano. Esercitavano sul paeseun incredibile terrore diimmaginazione. Molti se ne credevano vittime,edavvero finivano per ammalarsi gravemente. Molti, presi d’epilessia, abbaiavano come cani.Nella piccola cittàdiAcqs,si contavano ben quaranta di questi poveri abbaiatori. Una spaventosa dipendenzali legava allastrega, tanto cheuna signora …

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Another woman suspected of sorcery , Helen Clark, confessed on April 1 that the devil had appeared in the form of a white dog ; that she called Elimanzer her family member, fed him with cream of milk, and he spoke to her in a human voice and enjoined her to deny Christ. Together with the witch Anne West her daughter, Rebecca West, was also involved; she was however acquitted; the usual Matthew Hopkins deposed that he had told him to have visited Clarke’s house with his …
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“In effect,” said a drinker, “the wolves in these parts have rarely been seen; on the mountain, perhaps, but in this season they do not come down to the valley, near a village then. . “” And your dogs ? “Asked another intrigued. “Nothing, they have not even barked, yet they do not fear the devil .” “The devil ?” A man dressed in black, whom no one knew in the village, came up. He wore knight boots and flaunted a watch ringed with a silver chain to his waistcoat.
Fuaust: The devil and science – Page 19

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We will see later how the pact with the devil is born and is also a victim of Faust and accomplice. however, we know that starting from the 16th century, the search for those who come to terms with the devil is accentuated . in short, the pact with the devil or the devil that is in us, the beast … Of the beast in us the church makes it an additional weapon of condemnation asserting the existence of copulations between witches and the devil that comes under various animal features, such as horrible cats and black dogs . and few are those who …
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World (1693), succubus of the theory of the father Acosta (who saw in the New World the kingdom of the devil ) connects the Christian witchcraft of Salem with that of the Indians, considering the devil maker of both. … because of the close Calvinist observance of the court, moreover excited, along with the people, from the sermons that reverends thundered from the pulpits and that did not even grace the animals: two dogs / witches are in fact sentenced to death in Salem, in 1692.
The name of the rose: structure of forms and themes – Page 464

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structure forms and themes Ruggero Puletti. The black dog was the devil and Agrippa of Nettesheim had relations with the witches who brought him news from the world while remaining closed for weeks in his study. Johann Vier, Agrippa’s youngest student, tries to redeem the figure of the master; the black dog is loved by Agrippa for his loyalty and lies beside him in his bed; as for witches these are “poor women, sick, suffering from melancholic disease, the sabbath is nienf …
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I see it, I feel it, you have a powerful aura and an energy within you that I have never perceived in any follower of Celtic religions, Shamans or other witches . You look almost unique … “I never thought I could be a witch ! all this seems so absurd .. and she scares me “turned and started to go out, but the woman tried to block her. “Now you’re confused … Billy is nice, it’s off” the dog wagging his tail to the brothers and got picked up by Alex. When it was …
Witches. Gift of the Elf to the Ladies presented by D. Sacchi

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The master obeyed, he left the dog that ran on the bridge, but this opened and the poor beast fell, no more was seen. The miser paled, and the other grinning: “Swear to give me the soul, and the bridge will become of stone; otherwise, he will do it and you will be poor. -The avarice gripped the sad; he swore, a dull roar was heard, the goat turned into a horse, the devil jumped over him, walked over the bridge, and the beat on the stone of the railway paw was heard. In the morning the beautiful and magnificent bridge was found, only in a pylon …
The names of the world: saints, demons, elves and lost words – Page 244

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They have antithetical appellations precisely for the magical field and the healing properties: the genus Sedum grass, the crown of Saint John, the herb of Saint Joseph, of the Madonna, of Mary, of the Ascension, of Christ, the beard of the Lord witches , rice or grains of the devil , witch’s nails , root paw flower beard of the devil , raisins of the Jews, the valerian grass of Our Lady, of Saint Sebastian, of Saint George, Root of Mary, Mary Magdalene The grass of witches , shit , …
The devil’s move: – Page 253

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Josh Lanyon. Above the door was an old-fashioned lantern. From inside the house came the barking of a dog . I knocked. … paws was placed between the two rooms, determined to keep an eye on me. One of the walls was occupied by a bookcase: Frazier’s Golden Bough, Buckland’s Complete Book of Magic, and the Witches ‘ Bible … and he handed me a cup with a smile. “How can I help you, Adrien? »I do not know if it was that smile – that it was hot, 253 THE DEVIL ‘S MOVE – Josh Lanyon.
The witch of Toledo – Page 60

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Now you’re my dog and you have to obey me! “Josè continued to kick him, insult him and spit against him until they were in the presence of the Witch ” Hello bloody, my partner told me that you are in charge here and that this sack of lard is your son “Jose smiled bad, looked like the devil himself while he was crushing the face of the boys on the floor with the tip of the boot The witch turned pale, grabbed the bell with which she called her guards but not …

Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 67

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Enrico Malizia – 1992 – ‎Preview
anche in Italia. Margherita, una strega della Val di Fiemme, dichiarò che sotto il noce dei Boschetti dove si radunava molta gente per partecipare al sabba, aveva visto il diavolo in forma di cane nero. Altre volte, la stessa aggiunse che il diavolo le si presentava in privato in forma di uomo nero e brutto. Da ciò forse si può dedurre che a seconda delle circostanze, il diavolo si travestisse da cane per le cerimonie di una certa importanza e comparisse a Margherita così com’era in privato.
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Questocorteo difertilità, divenuto satanico e conosciutointutta Europa coni nomidi wutischen heer,mesnie furiose, mesniehellequin, exercitus antuquus, ein Italiaconi nomi di societas, familia, cazza selvarega, cascia selvadega, cacciadel diavolo o casciamorta, caratterizza il folklore italico dalleAlpi Marittime alleGiulie e narra nonpiùdi figurefestose, bensì di ombre sinistre, schiere difate, cani infernali dagli occhi dibrace, streghe e demoni guidati dauna misteriosa e arcana figura.
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Trasformato dunquein caprooin rana, gatto, cane,il Diavolo partecipava alle eretiche adunanze deglialbigesi ene dirigeva le cerimonie eleorge. Questa fu l’accusa della Chiesa che,per estirpare le eresie, molteplicie diffuse, attribuì alle sette eretiche gli elementi della stregoneria – fracuila capacità di metamorfosi – provenienti dall’antichità pagana.Aquesti elementi sisovrapposero imiti deicelti, dei cimbri,degli scandinavi, unitamente ai residui delle credenze antichissime che …
La magia nera – Volume 2 – Page 171

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Fate le vostre vendette o morirete », intimava alle streghe di Poitiers, e alla fine del sabba, secondo Martin del Rio, il diavolo diceva: « Compiamo dunque la nostra vendetta, perché possiate conoscere la legge che è opposta alla legge di carità; … A Guernesy, nel 1617, Isabel Bec- quet andò al sabba e vide il Diavolo come un cane cornuto il quale « con una delle sue zampe (che dovevano essere evidentemente simili a mani) la prese per mano, e chiamandola per nome le disse che …
Il diavolo – Page 270

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delle streghe, scritti dai più gran luminari della Santa Inquisizione, e i constituti delle streghe medesime negli innumerevoli processi. Satana si lasciava vedere a’ suoi devoti sopra un trono, o sopra un altare, in figura d’uomo, di caprone, di cignale, di scimia, di cane, secondo i casi. Se in figura d’uomo, talvolta si mostrava arcigno, uggito, rabbuiato, talaltra ilare e ridente, e in tal caso scherzava con le streghe, sonava, cantava. Queste gli rendevano omaggio, come a loro signore, …
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(Arum italicum) Madonna – lupo, serpe, biscia, botta, baggio, porco, bove, vacca, asino, cane, gatto biancospino (Cratae- Signore, Madonna — volpe, orso, asino gus Cxyacantha) S. Martino, S. Caterina (Bryonia dioica) — fata baggio, rospo cardo prete, diavolo – – (Carlina acaulica) Madonna, S. Pietro strega – S. Pellegrino ciclamino (Cyclamen Madonna, – porco europaeus) S. Bernardo, prete colchico (Colchicum Madonna, S. Antonio – vacca, cane autumnale) S. Martino (Datura …
La Dea Bianca

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Dietro di lui s’intravede una conventicola di streghe e stregoni in costume puritano impegnati a danzare in tondo, mentre un cane nero lo guarda adorante, un musicista suona una tromba e in alto passa a volo un gufo. Si ricorderà che le streghe del Somersetshire chiamavano il loro dio Robin, che «Robin figlio di Art» era il diavolo di Dame Alice Kyteler, la famosa strega di Kilkenny, all’inizio del XIV secolo, e che il diavolo talora usava assumere le sembianze di un cane nero. Quanto …
La stregoneria. Storia di una follia profondamente umana – Page 92

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converso Adam dell’abbazia di Cîteaux nella Chronique de SaintDenis – e perfino come cane che, pur essendo animale domestico, presta le sue sembianze ad apparizioni sataniche (riservate a maghi e stregoni); in tal caso il diavolo assume l’aspetto di un cane nero, che si trattiene più volentieri in prossimità di incroci, richiamando alla memoria la figura di Ecate. Nei Vangeli il demonio che abbandona il corpo di un indemoniato cerca rifugio in un maiale, animale impuro per …
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Laddove la forza umana non riesce, egli, il Diavolo, viene in aiuto: basta dargli un’anima ed è spesso cosi ingenuo che chiunque lo prende in giro e, ricevuto l’aiuto, gli dà per adempire al patto, l’anima del cane, di una colomba, del gatto ». Il diavolo — secondo il Magnus — può costruire mura, ponti, fortificazioni, può dispensare la sapienza e tesori in oro e pietre preziose. Nel mio volume « Alla frontiera dell’impossibile », ho ricordato che il diavolo, secondo San Bernardo, « ha il …
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Una leggenda assai simile è quella legata al “ponte del Ròch” che unisce i monti Buriasco e Monbasso in Val di Lanzo, la cui costruzione fu decisa nel 1377 dalla Credenza di Lanzo: anche quì interviene il diavolo tentatore di un eremita che fa transitare un cane sul ponte. Il diavolo di Val di Lanzo trasforma però il cane in un masso e, fuggendo, lascia le proprie impronte dinanzi alla cappelletta di San Rocco. Il santo delle pietre, per definizione. La stessa tradizione popolare è legata …

Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 67

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Also in Italy. Margherita, a witch from the Val di Fiemme, declared that under the walnut tree of the Boschetti where many people gathered to participate in the sabbath, she had seen the devil in the form of a black dog . At other times, she added that the devil presented herself privately in the form of a black and ugly man. From this perhaps it can be deduced that depending on the circumstances, the devil disguised himself as a dog for the ceremonies of a certain importance and appeared to Margherita as he was in private.
Witchcraft in Italy: spells, amulets and rituals of tradition

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This kind of infertility, become satanic and known in all Europe with nomidi wutischen heer, furious mesnie, mesniehellequin, exercitus antuquus, ein Italiaconi names of societas, familia, cazza selvarega, cascia selvadega, cacciadel devil or casciamorta, characterizes the italic folklore fromAlpi Marittime alleGiulie and narrates nonpiùdi figuresfestose, but of sinister shadows, defenses, infernal dogs with dibrace eyes, witches and demons led by a mysterious and arcane figure.
From the witches side

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Thus transformed into a caprooin frog, a cat, a dog , the Devil participated in the heretical meetings of the Greeks and conducted the eleorge ceremonies. This was the Church ‘s accusation that, in order to eradicate heresies, widespread multiplicities, she attributed to the heretical sects the elements of witchcraft – fracuila capacity of metamorphosis – coming from pagan antiquity.These elements sisovrapposero imiti deicelti, of the cimbri, of the Scandinavians, together to the residues of the ancient beliefs that …
Black magic – Volume 2 – Page 171

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Take your revenge or you will die, “he told the witches of Poitiers, and at the end of the sabbath, according to Martin del Rio, the devil said:” Let us therefore take our revenge, so that you may know the law which is opposed to the law of charity; … In Guernesy, in 1617, Isabel Becquet went to the Sabbath and saw the Devil as a horned dog who “with one of his paws (which must have evidently been similar to hands) took her by the hand, and called her by name. he told her that …
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of Witches , written by the greatest luminaries of the Holy Inquisition, and constituti of witches same in countless processes. Satan allowed himself to be seen by his devotees on a throne, or on an altar, in the figure of a man, a billy goat, a cynical, a scimia, a dog , as the case may be. If in the figure of a man, sometimes he showed himself grim, roaring, darkened, at other times hilarious and laughing, and in this case he was joking with the witches , he was singing, singing. These paid him homage, like their lord, …
Semantic books – Volume 5 – Page 246

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(Arum italicum) Madonna – wolf, snake, snake, botta, baggio, pig, bove, cow, donkey, dog , cat hawthorn (Cratae – Lord, Madonna — fox, bear, donkey gus Cxyacantha) S. Martino, S Caterina (Bryonia dioica) – fairy baggio, toad cardo priest, devil – – (Carlina acaulica) Madonna, S. Pietro strega – S. Pellegrino cyclamen (Cyclamen Madonna, – pork europaeus) St. Bernard, priest colchico (Colchicum Madonna , S. Antonio – cow, dog autumnale) S. Martino ( Datura …
The White Goddess

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Dietro di lui s’intravede una conventicola di streghe e stregoni in costume puritano impegnati a danzare in tondo, mentre un cane nero lo guarda adorante, un musicista suona una tromba e in alto passa a volo un gufo. Si ricorderà che le streghe del Somersetshire chiamavano il loro dio Robin, che «Robin figlio di Art» era il diavolo di Dame Alice Kyteler, la famosa strega di Kilkenny, all’inizio del XIV secolo, e che il diavolo talora usava assumere le sembianze di un cane nero. Quanto …
La stregoneria. Storia di una follia profondamente umana – Page 92

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converso Adam dell’abbazia di Cîteaux nella Chronique de SaintDenis – e perfino come cane che, pur essendo animale domestico, presta le sue sembianze ad apparizioni sataniche (riservate a maghi e stregoni); in tal caso il diavolo assume l’aspetto di un cane nero, che si trattiene più volentieri in prossimità di incroci, richiamando alla memoria la figura di Ecate. Nei Vangeli il demonio che abbandona il corpo di un indemoniato cerca rifugio in un maiale, animale impuro per …
streghe demoni e inquisitori – Page 120

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Laddove la forza umana non riesce, egli, il Diavolo, viene in aiuto: basta dargli un’anima ed è spesso cosi ingenuo che chiunque lo prende in giro e, ricevuto l’aiuto, gli dà per adempire al patto, l’anima del cane, di una colomba, del gatto ». Il diavolo — secondo il Magnus — può costruire mura, ponti, fortificazioni, può dispensare la sapienza e tesori in oro e pietre preziose. Nel mio volume « Alla frontiera dell’impossibile », ho ricordato che il diavolo, secondo San Bernardo, « ha il …
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Una leggenda assai simile è quella legata al “ponte del Ròch” che unisce i monti Buriasco e Monbasso in Val di Lanzo, la cui costruzione fu decisa nel 1377 dalla Credenza di Lanzo: anche quì interviene il diavolo tentatore di un eremita che fa transitare un cane sul ponte. Il diavolo di Val di Lanzo trasforma però il cane in un masso e, fuggendo, lascia le proprie impronte dinanzi alla cappelletta di San Rocco. Il santo delle pietre, per definizione. La stessa tradizione popolare è legata …

Ricettario delle streghe: incantesimi, prodigi sessuali e veleni – Page 67

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Also in Italy. Margherita, a witch from the Val di Fiemme, declared that under the walnut tree of the Boschetti where many people gathered to participate in the sabbath, she had seen the devil in the form of a black dog . At other times, she added that the devil presented herself privately in the form of a black and ugly man. From this perhaps it can be deduced that depending on the circumstances, the devil disguised himself as a dog for the ceremonies of a certain importance and appeared to Margherita as he was in private.
Witchcraft in Italy: spells, amulets and rituals of tradition

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This kind of infertility, become satanic and known in all Europe with nomidi wutischen heer, furious mesnie, mesniehellequin, exercitus antuquus, ein Italiaconi names of societas, familia, cazza selvarega, cascia selvadega, cacciadel devil or casciamorta, characterizes the italic folklore fromAlpi Marittime alleGiulie and narrates nonpiùdi figuresfestose, but of sinister shadows, defenses, infernal dogs with dibrace eyes, witches and demons led by a mysterious and arcane figure.
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Thus transformed into a caprooin frog, a cat, a dog , the Devil participated in the heretical meetings of the Greeks and conducted the eleorge ceremonies. This was the Church ‘s accusation that, in order to eradicate heresies, widespread multiplicities, she attributed to the heretical sects the elements of witchcraft – fracuila capacity of metamorphosis – coming from pagan antiquity.These elements sisovrapposero imiti deicelti, of the cimbri, of the Scandinavians, together to the residues of the ancient beliefs that …
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Take your revenge or you will die, “he told the witches of Poitiers, and at the end of the sabbath, according to Martin del Rio, the devil said:” Let us therefore take our revenge, so that you may know the law which is opposed to the law of charity; … In Guernesy, in 1617, Isabel Becquet went to the Sabbath and saw the Devil as a horned dog who “with one of his paws (which must have evidently been similar to hands) took her by the hand, and called her by name. he told her that …
The devil – Page 270

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of Witches , written by the greatest luminaries of the Holy Inquisition, and constituti of witches same in countless processes. Satan allowed himself to be seen by his devotees on a throne, or on an altar, in the figure of a man, a billy goat, a cynical, a scimia, a dog , as the case may be. If in the figure of a man, sometimes he showed himself grim, roaring, darkened, at other times hilarious and laughing, and in this case he was joking with the witches , he was singing, singing. These paid him homage, like their lord, …
Semantic books – Volume 5 – Page 246

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1984 – Snippet view – More editions
(Arum italicum) Madonna – wolf, snake, snake, botta, baggio, pig, bove, cow, donkey, dog , cat hawthorn (Cratae – Lord, Madonna — fox, bear, donkey gus Cxyacantha) S. Martino, S Caterina (Bryonia dioica) – fairy baggio, toad cardo priest, devil – – (Carlina acaulica) Madonna, S. Pietro strega – S. Pellegrino cyclamen (Cyclamen Madonna, – pork europaeus) St. Bernard, priest colchico (Colchicum Madonna , S. Antonio – cow, dog autumnale) S. Martino ( Datura …
The White Goddess

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Behind him a glimpse of witches and sorcerers in puritan costume can be glimpsed to dance in a circle, while a black dog looks at him adoringly, a musician plays a trumpet and at the top he passes an owl on the fly. It will be remembered that the witches of Somersetshire called their god Robin, that “Robin son of Art” was the devil of Dame Alice Kyteler, the famous witch of Kilkenny, at the beginning of the XIV century, and that the devil used to take on the appearance of a black dog . How much …
Sorcery. History of a profoundly human folly – Page 92

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converse Adam of the abbey of Cîteaux in the Chronique de SaintDenis – and even as a dog that, despite being a pet, lends its appearance to satanic apparitions (reserved for magicians and sorcerers); in this case, the devil assumes the appearance of a black dog , which is more willingly kept near intersections, recalling the figure of Hecate. In the Gospels the devil who abandons the body of a possessed man seeks refuge in a pig, an impure animal for …
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Where human strength fails, he, the Devil , comes to his aid: it is enough to give him a soul and it is often so naive that anyone who teases him and, received the help, gives him to fulfill the pact, the soul of the dog , of a dove, of the cat “. The devil – according to the Magnus – can build walls, bridges, fortifications, can dispense knowledge and treasures in gold and precious stones. In my book “At the frontier of the impossible”, I recalled that the devil , according to St. Bernard, “has the …
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A very similar legend is linked to the “bridge of the Ròch” that joins the Buriasco and Monbasso mountains in Val di Lanzo, whose construction was decided in 1377 by the Lanzo Credenza: here too the devil tempter of a hermit who passes a dog on the bridge. The devil of Val di Lanzo, however, transforms the dog into a rock and, fleeing, leaves its mark before the chapel of San Rocco. The saint of stones, by definition. The same popular tradition is linked …

Lady Shiva

She’s one DC Comics character who’s seems like that to appear exotic. She’s of Chinese descent and yet she named herself after an Indian/Hindu god. Though there’s some interaction between China and India, it seems mistakenly chosen at the very least. (To be fair, some people find it hard to name their characters. Sometimes they’re named after fashion brands, really random words or musicians like in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures.)

I guess moreso when the Internet’s not readily available, let alone in its current form. One could say that they’re trying. One argues it would’ve been more plausible for somebody of Indian descent to call himself Lord Shiva (and wear dreadlocks to boot, evoking their god’s fashion sense). There might be later writers who rectified this.

But at least somebody who’s of Indian descent would be more familiar with it than somebody of Chinese descent is. That makes sense that unless if said character (and its author) went to India or knows about it, I guess the writers behind her stories simply didn’t know any better and couldn’t be bothered to find a better name for her moreso when the Internet’s inaccessible and crude.

 

Google Books on Cameroonian Dogs

Mythologie des Pygmées Baka (Sud-Cameroun): mythologie et contes

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Le premier sorcier fut le chien de Komba. Komba l’a jeté en brousse, parce qu’il mordait les gens pour les manger. Ce sont les gens qui ont ramassé le chien, pour aller à la chasse, mais au lieu de chasser, il tournait en rond pour tuer les bêtes, puis ce chien a commencé à tuer les hommes. C’est le commencement des sorciers. Le chien voyait que tuer les bêtes, c’était mauvais, mais que tuer les hommes, c’était bon. Komba, voyant cela, ‘transforme’ le chien pour qu’il reste toujours à …
Paroles des Pygmées Baka du Cameroun – Page 41

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ie chien de Komba fut le premier sorcier qui vécut sur terre. C’était un chien de garde cruel et féroce dont dieu-Komba finit par se séparer car le méchant animal attaquait les hommes pour les dévorer. Afin qu’il cesse de nuire, Komba décida de l’abandonner en pleine brousse. 1 ar malheur, des Baka qui passaient par là virent le chien et ils l’attrapèrent, très heureux à l’idée d’en faire un bon chasseur. Mais, bien vite, ils s’aperçurent de l’étrange comportement de l’animal : au lieu …
Initiations et sociétés secrètes au Cameroun: les mystères de la nuit

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Après l’épreuve de « la perdrix », on prend un chien mâle, on fabrique deux à quatre entonnoirs de feuille. … Pour tuer le chien, on fabrique ces entonnoirs en enroulant sur elle-même une feuille de la plante sel (90) sans rien mettre à l’intérieur ; alors, on prend du liquide dans le « bassin médicinal » avec ces entonnoirs, et on le fait couler dans le nez du chien. … des sorciers, le chien ne doit pas mourir sous des coups . il est donc asphyxié au lieu d’être assommé ou égorgé.

Les prêtres du Sacre-Cœur et la naissance de l’Eglise au Cameroun: …

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A la même époque, les événements de mai 68 en France, la crise des vocations, la crise d’identité des prêtres, un peu partout en Occident, ont leurs répercussions au Cameroun. De 1967 … Dans chaque quartier de la ville on amène un chien noir préparé par un sorcier et tous les habitants, y compris les enfants de 14 ans, doivent frapper le chien noir avec une baguette, préparée elle aussi par un sorcier en jurant qu’ils n’ont rien à faire avec le maquis, ou en confessant leurs fautes.

Le temps des rites: ordre du monde et destin individuel en pays …

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ordre du monde et destin individuel en pays Wuli, Cameroun Viviane Baeke … les personnes qui ont assisté au rite doivent se protéger d’une maladie, liée au contaét avec les cadavres; les Mambila disent que ce mal « contrafl the sides 0f the bozÿ/ » (Zeitlyn 1990 : 152), tandis que les Wuli l’appellent mfo, « side pain ». … Derrière l’expression « couper le eb0 » se profile l’ombre du sorcier, hibou, chien ou léopard, dont la tête est symboliquement tranchée lors d’un rituel d’affliétion.
L’Homme: revue française d’anthropologie

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Viviane Baeke enchaîne sur une description et un commentaire des objets-types servant à la chasse aux sorciers chez les Wuli du village de Lus, au Cameroun occidental, à la frontière du Nigeria. Certains d’entre eux avaient été collectés par Paul Gebauer … égorge une poule avec ses dents et entre en transe. Toute la séquence est hautement symbolisée : les Yaka emploient des médiateurs animaux (poule, chien, potamo- gale), végétaux et astronomiques (la lune) pour montrer …
Animal – Page 260

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L’exception s’applique à la sorcellerie destructrice de vies humaines, rè, la seule qui implique le don de se transformer en trois espèces animales : le «hibou 16», le chien et le léopard (ou panthère 17). Le siège de rè se localise dans le cœur : les auricules des oreillettes affectent la forme d’une crête de coq. Remarquons que c’est également dans cet organe que les Wuli situent le principe vital {mbo) d’une personne. Lorsqu’un sorcier rè s’en empare, sa victime est appelée à mourir …

Le Cameroun: aspect géographique, historique, touristique, … – Page 86

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Sorciers et Sorcières — traces annonciatrices de la variole — Là où les choses se gâtent, c’est quand on soupçonne un être de sorcellerie. La présence de sorcier ou de sorcière est décelée par la mort successive de plusieurs enfants. Le sorcier sort la nuit sous forme d’un oiseau noir escorté d’une boule de feu flamboyant sous ses ailes. Il se pose sur un … On lui nettoie les yeux avec de l’urine de veau et on brûle des crottes de hyène et de chien sur un feu de bois spécial. S’il rêve …

Cameroon: geographical, historical, touristic aspect, … – Page 86

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Wizards and Witches – warning signs of smallpox – Where things go wrong is when you suspect a being of sorcery. The presence of a sorcerer or witch is detected by the successive death of several children. The wizard comes out at night in the form of a black bird escorted by a flaming fireball under his wings. He settles on a … He cleans his eyes with veal urine and burns feces of hyena and dog on a special fire. If he dreams …

The time of the rites: order of the world and individual destiny in country …

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world order and individual destiny in Wuli , Cameroon Viviane Baeke … the people who attended the rite must protect themselves from a disease, related to the contaet with corpses; the Mambila say that this evil “contrafl the sides 0f the bozÿ /” (Zeitlyn 1990: 152), while the Wuli call it mfo, “side bread”. … Behind the expression “cut the eb0” is the shadow of the wizard , owl, dog or leopard, whose head is symbolically sliced ​​in a ritual of affliction.
Man: French anthropology journal

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Viviane Baeke follows up on a description and a commentary on Wuli wizarding objects from the village of Lus, in western Cameroon , on the border with Nigeria. Some of them had been collected by Paul Gebauer … slaughter a hen with his teeth and go into a trance. The entire sequence is highly symbolized: the Yaka use animal (chicken, dog , potamoe), plant and astronomical (moon) mediators to show …
Animal – Page 260

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The exception applies to witchcraft that destroys human lives, the only one that involves the gift of turning into three animal species: the “owl 16”, the dog and the leopard (or panther 17). The seat of re is localized in the heart: auricles of auricles affect the form of a crest of cock. Note that it is also in this organ that the Wuli locate the vital principle {mbo) of a person. When a wizard re seizes, his victim is called to die …

Priests of the Sacred Heart and the birth of the Church in Cameroon: …

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At the same time, the events of May 68 in France, the crisis of vocations, the crisis of identity of priests, all over the West, have their repercussions in Cameroon . From 1967 … In each district of the city, a black dog is brought in prepared by a wizard and all the inhabitants, including 14-year-olds, have to hit the black dog with a wand, also prepared by a wizard while swearing that they have nothing to do with the maquis, or confessing their faults.

Mythology of Baka pygmies (South Cameroon): mythology and tales

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The first wizard was Komba’s dog . Komba threw him into the bush because he was biting people to eat them. These are the people who picked up the dog , to go hunting, but instead of hunting, he was going around in circles to kill the animals, and then this dog started to kill the men. This is the beginning of the wizards . The dog saw that killing the animals was bad, but killing the men was good. Komba, seeing this, ‘transforms’ the dog so that it always remains …
Of the Baka Pygmies of Cameroon – Page 41

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ie dog Komba was the first sorcerer who lived on earth. It was a dog cruel and ferocious guard god Komba which eventually split for the wicked animal attacked the men to devour them. In order for him to stop hurting, Komba decided to abandon him in the middle of the bush. Unfortunately, Baka passing by saw the dog and they caught him, very happy to make him a good hunter. But, soon, they noticed the strange behavior of the animal: instead …
Initiations and secret societies in Cameroon: the mysteries of the night

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After the “partridge” test, we take a male dog , we make two to four leaf funnels. … To kill the dog , we make these funnels by wrapping a sheet of the salt plant (90) on itself without putting anything inside; then, we take liquid in the “medicinal basin” with these funnels, and it is poured into the dog’s nose . … wizards , the dog must not die under blows. he is asphyxiated instead of being stunned or slaughtered.

Le monde mystérieux des chasseurs traditionnels – Page 101

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D’autres se transforment en buffles, éléphants, crocodiles, serpents, panthères, chiens sauvages (cynhyènes, licaon pictus) pour s’attaquer aux humains ou pour commettre des déprédations dans les champs, les rizières, les vergers, etc.. Dans de nombreuses … l’un ou de l’autre. Dans les lignes qui vont suivre, nous examinerons quelques cas de chocs entre les chasseurs et les sorciers qui se métamorphosent en animaux, pour causer des préjudices à une famille, à un village ou à …
La Mystique du corps: jalons pour une anthropologie du corps, les …

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jalons pour une anthropologie du corps, les Yabyan et les Yapeke, Bakoko, Elog-Mpoo ou Yamban-Ngee, de Dibombari au Sud-Cameroun ; avec la collaboration de Étienne Kange Essiben Christine Buhan, Étienne Kange Essiben. Bajnenjee, 9 mâles castrés, de chaque espèce d’animaux domestiques, (coq, bouc, bélier, chien) (24). 0n castrait ces animaux pour qu’ils s’engraissent … Il avait â son service les milices et les sociétés secrètes. S’il ne gouvernait pas, il avait le pouvoir.

Initiations et sociétés secrètes au Cameroun: les mystères de la nuit

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Le sang que l’on donne à boire à l’enfant est très certainement l’équivalent du morceau d’evu que l’on donnait à manger dans la précédente modalité d’initiation, car le chien et le « cabri » sont les animaux-sorciers par excellence (nous les retrouverons tous deux à ce titre dans le rite tsrf). Par la suite auront lieu des « confirmations » de l’evu, du type de l’akyaé. Dans tous ces cas, Yevu se diffuse insidieusement dans la famille qu’il ne peut attaquer ouvertement ; il emprunte le canal …
L’homme: revue française d’anthropologie – Volume 37 – Page 227

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Viviane Baeke enchaîne sur une description et un commentaire des objets-types servant à la chasse aux sorciers chez les Wuli du village de Lus, au Cameroun occidental, à la frontière du Nigeria. Certains d’entre eux avaient été collectés par Paul Gebauer … égorge une poule avec ses dents et entre en transe. Toute la séquence est hautement symbolisée : les Yaka emploient des médiateurs animaux (poule, chien, potamo- gale), végétaux et astronomiques (la lune) pour montrer …

Initiations and secret societies in Cameroon: the mysteries of the night

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The blood that is given to drink to the child is certainly the equivalent of the piece of evu that was given to eat in the previous mode of initiation, because the dog and the “cabri” are the animals – sorcerers par excellence ( we will find them both as such in the tsrf rite). Later there will be “confirmations” of the evu, of the Akyae type. In all these cases, Yevu spreads insidiously into the family that he can not openly attack; he borrows the canal …
Man: French Anthropology Review – Volume 37 – Page 227

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Viviane Baeke follows up on a description and a commentary on Wuli wizarding objects from the village of Lus, in western Cameroon , on the border with Nigeria. Some of them had been collected by Paul Gebauer … slaughter a hen with his teeth and go into a trance. The entire sequence is highly symbolized: the Yaka use animal (chicken, dog , potamoe), plant and astronomical (moon) mediators to show …

The mysterious world of traditional hunters – Page 101

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Others are transformed into buffaloes, elephants, crocodiles, snakes, panthers, wild dogs (cynhygenes, licaon pictus) to attack humans or to commit depredations in fields, rice paddies, orchards, etc. many … one or the other. In the lines that follow, we will examine some cases of shocks between hunters and wizards who metamorphose into animals , to cause harm to a family, to a village or to …
Mysticism of the body: milestones for an anthropology of the body, the …

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milestones for an anthropology of the body, Yabyan and Yapeke, Bakoko, Elog- Mpoo or Yamban-Ngee, from Dibombari in South Cameroon ; with Étienne Kange Essiben Christine Buhan, Étienne Kange Essiben. Bajnenjee, 9 castrated males, of each species of domestic animals , (cock, goat, ram, dog ) (24). These animals were castrated to fatten up. He had the militia and the secret societies at his service . If he did not govern, he had the power.

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Derrière la porte – Page 138

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Ce dont elle était sûre, en revanche, c’est que l’islam poursuit les chiens errants. Le prophète avait même décidé de leur extermination. Le chien est considéré comme impur. Traiter quelqu’un de « chien » est une injure. C’est l’exclure de la société. Se faire mordre par un chien signifie la mort. Si le chien est mangé en Chine, il ne l’est pas au Mali et s’il y a des djinns dans l’imaginaire musulman, il n’y a pas de chiens bienveillants. La rage n’avait pas été éradiquée du Mali et, …

Les sociétés Songhay-Zarma (Niger-Mali): chefs, guerriers, esclaves, …

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… l’ancienneté et que rien ne permet de rapprocher (à la différence des hollè) des djinns et puissances surnaturelles tolérés par le dogme musulman. Les hawka, quant à eux, n’ont que mépris pour les marabouts, et leur univers est celui du sacrilège : manger du chien, boire de l’alcool en sont des signes parmi d’autres. Le système symbolique des hawka est bâti non seulement sur la caricature et la dérision des occupants blancs mais encore sur la transgression et le rejet de l’Islam.
Actes du colloque, 16 février-22 février 1976: histoire et tradition …

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histoire et tradition orale, Project Boucle de Niger, 2e année, L’empire du Mali, l’empire du Ghana, l’empire du Songhay. M. Y. T. CISSE … Je donne un exemple : le grand Cheikh Chamrouch, qui aurait donné de si bons conseils à l’Askya Mohammed, était lui-même un Djinn ; et plus que ça, le chef d’une tribu de Djinn. Dans la littérature musulmane d’Egypte, on lui prête même une tête de chien, ce qui prouve qu’il n’était pas considéré comme un être humain. Par contre, si l’on …

Epilepsie et exclusion sociale. De l’Europe à l’Afrique de l’Ouest

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D’autres animaux74, tels que le « chien rouge » ou le « bœuf rouge75 », sont également considérés comme des supports de forces maléfiques. Leur apparition dans les rêves est un signe de maladie prochaine. La « mauvaise maladie », ainsi qu’on nomme parfois l’épilepsie, découle alors de la puissance occulte que les sorciers déploient par l’intermédiaire de ces différents agents : « Les choses de l’air, ceux qui sont en haut. Les mauvais diables rentrent en support en eux.

La religion Bambara – Page 51

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On prend alors un poulet, un chien et un bouc, ou l’un de’ ces animaux seulement, et on les égorge en sacrifice aux doubles ou esprits qui sont dans la corne. On fait couler copieusement le sang sur la cendre et l’on obtient ainsi … Un autre gris-gris contre les sorciers est le vinndié, vinngué, ou vinnké, qui se compose d’une queue de bœuf après laquelle le forgeron a attaché un morceau de fer travaillé par lui à minuit. Il y fixe aussi un petit morceau des racines d’un arbre quelconque …

Bambara Religion – Page 51

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We then take a chicken, a dog and a goat, or one of these animals only, and they are slaughtered in sacrifice to the double or spirits that are in the horn. It is poured copiously blood on the ashes and one thus obtains … Another gris-gris against the wizards is vinndié, vinngué, or vinnké, which consists of an oxtail after which the blacksmith has attached a piece of iron worked by him at midnight. He also fixes a small piece of the roots of some tree …

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Chez les Bambara, dans les cases où il y a des chiens noirs, on feint de leur préparer un repas, même alors qu’on ne prépare rien pour les gens du carré. On pense que, si l’on n’agissait ainsi, le chien ne remplirait pas son office de protecteur de la case contre les guinné. Les Bambara utilisent les chiens noirs non sans une certaine appréhension car ils les tiennent pour des chiens de guina ou de sorciers. Cf. le rôle du chien noir dans : Le canari merveilleux. Lorsque le mil fut mûr, …

Contes du Sénégal et du Niger – Page 191

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La bête lui dit: « Je suis la femme d’un djinn (z) et je demeure près d’ici: quand je serai sur le point d’accoucher, veux-tu venir m’assister? ». « Volontiers, répondit la femme,mais il faudra m’envoyer chercher, car je ne sais où est ton campement ». La gennia accepta et, le moment venu, envoya chercher son amie par un djinn qui se transforma en chien et attendit que la femme fut sortie de sa tente. Alors il se changea en enfant et lui (1) Hyrax : Koulibali en bambara. (z) AI{ein — djinn …

Ségou sikoro balanzan: ville historique – Page 91

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Les djinns le recompensèrent en lui donnant sept fétiches : Makoungoba, Man- goloko, Kondara, Biendjoukou, Babléforoko, Pétékoulou et Wéléguètèpéou qui devinrent par la suite les fétiches du royaume Bambara de Ségou. Les sacrifices qu’exigeaient ces fétiches étaient du sang de coq, bouc, chien et boeuf rouges ainsi que celui d’homme rouquin. En outre ils exigeaient de la kola rouge. Mamari, de retour à Kala, décida d’aller s’installer à Sé- koro, alors en forêt. Il sacrifia un …

Tales of Senegal and Niger – Page 191

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The beast said to him: “I am the wife of a jinn (z) and I live near here: when I am about to give birth, do you want to come to assist me? “. “Gladly,” replied the woman, “but I must be sent for, for I do not know where your camp is.” The gennia agreed and, when the time came, sent for her friend by a jinn who turned into a dog and waited until the woman was out of his tent. Then he changed himself into a child, and he became a child of Bambara . (z) AI {ein – djinn …
Ségou sikoro balanzan: historical city – Page 91

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The jinn rewarded him by giving him seven fetishes: Makoungoba, Manoloko, Kondara, Biendjoukou, Babléforoko, Pétékoulou and Wéléguètèpéou who later became the fetishes of the Bambara kingdom of Ségou. The sacrifices required by these fetishes were blood of rooster, goat, red dog and beef, and that of a redheaded man. In addition they demanded the red cola. Mamari, returning to Kala, decided to move to Sekoro, then in the forest. He sacrificed a …

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In the Bambara , in the huts where there are black dogs , it is pretended to prepare a meal for them, even when nothing is prepared for the people of the square. It is thought that, if we did not do this, the dog would not fulfill its office of protector of the hut against the guinne. The Bambara use dogs blacks not without some trepidation because they hold for dogs of guina or wizards . See the role of the black dog in: The wonderful canary. When the millet was ripe,

La rencontre de Jésus-Christ en milieu bambara – Page 101

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Le «Saraka n’est rien moins qu’une aumône forcée faite sur l’ordre du sorcier à Dieu, aux jines, aux ancêtres… même sanglant le saraka n’a rien de sacrifice. L’égorgement d’une poule, d’un chien ou d’une chèvre, ne constitue pas à lui seul un sacrifice, il faudrait admettre autrement que tout boucher, tout cuisinier sacrifie. Il faut dans celui qui égorge l’intention de faire un sacrifice et cette intention est si nécessaire que le Noir l’exprime toujours : Sonni ‘ do, dit-il en donnant le coup de …

Bambara – Page 169

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Jeunes gens, comblez bien la fosse pour que « pas un sorcier (suba), pas une hyène, par un fauve, ne « puisse enlever le cadavre. » La fosse comblée, celui qui tient le bout du ruban du linceul le tire … Au retour de l’enterrement, on assomme le chien (1) du décédé, à moins de dispositions contraires expresses laissées par celui-ci. Il est des Bambara qui achètent un chien en vue de cet honneur posthume. Il semble que ce soit encore là une pratique magique pour conjurer le …

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La culture Bambara, elle, est présente dans le texte à travers des interférences linguistiques. Décrivant par exemple le Kinkir … d’une compénétration culturelle. L’auteur emploie aussi le terme Samara qui est tiré du Bamana : « Si étant chaussé d’un seul samara on est aperçu par un chien et que l’animal aboie, on meurt.

La Pierre barbue et autres contes du Mali: édition bilingue bambara …

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Mais aussi le bouc, le lion, le chien, mais aussi l’orpheline victime de la méchante coé- pouse, les jeunes gens amoureux, la vieille femme un peu sorcière, les amis inséparables… On y trouvera encore une pierre barbue, une hache qui parle, une tourterelle qui protège une enfant, un bras qui court, un python qui tatoue, bref tout l’appareil merveilleux sans lequel, nulle part, les meilleures histoires ne deviennent de vrais contes. La version bambara reproduit fidèlement le conte …

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But also the goat, the lion, the dog , but also the orphan victim of the wicked co-wife, the young people in love, the old woman a little witch , the inseparable friends … One will find there still a bearded stone, a talking ax, a turtledove that protects a child, a running arm, a tattooed python, in short all the marvelous apparatus without which, nowhere, the best stories become true tales. The Bambara version faithfully reproduces the tale …

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The Bambara culture is present in the text through linguistic interferences. For example, describing the Kinkir … of a cultural interpenetration. The author also uses the term Samara, which is derived from Bamana: “If wearing a single samara is seen by a dog and the animal barks, we die.

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Bambara – Page 169

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Young people, fill the pit well so that “not a sorcerer (suba), not a hyena, by a wild beast, can” remove the corpse. “The pit filled, the one who holds the end of the ribbon of the shroud pulls it … On the return of the burial, the dog (1) of the deceased is knocked down unless expressly stated otherwise by the latter. There are Bambara who buy a dog for this posthumous honor. It seems like it’s still a magic practice to stave off the …

t in Bambara environment – Page 101

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“Saraka is nothing less than a forced alms made on the order of the sorcerer to God, the jines, ancestors … even bloody saraka is nothing sacrificing. The slaughtering of a hen, a dog, or a goat does not by itself constitute a sacrifice, it would be necessary to admit otherwise than any butcher, every cook sacrifices . It is necessary in the one who slaughters the intention to make a sacrifice and this intention is so necessary that the black one always expresses it: Sonni ‘do, he says while giving the blow of …

Epilepsy and social exclusion. From Europe to West Africa

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Other animals, 74 such as the ” red dog ” or ” red ox” 75, are also considered to be carriers of evil forces. Their appearance in dreams is a sign of future illness. The “bad disease,” as epilepsy is sometimes called, then flows from the occult power that wizards deploy through these different agents: “The things of the air, those who are above. The bad devils support them.

Behind the door – Page 138

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What she was sure of, however, is that Islam is pursuing stray dogs . The prophet had even decided on their extermination. The dog is considered impure. To treat someone as a ” dog ” is an insult. It is the exclusion of society. Being bitten by a dog means death. If the dog is eaten in China, it is not in Mali and if there are jinn in the Muslim imagination, there are no benevolent dogs . Rabies had not been eradicated from Mali and, …

Songhay-Zarma societies (Niger-Mali): chiefs, warriors, slaves, …

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… the antiquity and that nothing allows to bring (unlike the hollè) djinns and supernatural powers tolerated by the Muslim dogma. The hawka, meanwhile, have only contempt for the marabouts, and their universe is that of sacrilege: eat dog , drink alcohol are signs among others. The symbolic system of hawka is built not only on the caricature and derision of the white occupiers but also on the transgression and rejection of Islam.
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history and oral tradition, Project Loop of Niger, 2nd year, The empire of Mali , the empire of Ghana, the empire of Songhay. MYT CISSE … I give an example: the great Sheikh Chamrouch, who would have given such good advice to the Askya Mohammed, was himself a Djinn ; and more than that, the leader of a Djinn tribe . In Muslim literature in Egypt, he is even given a dog’s head , which proves that he was not considered a human being. On the other hand, if one …