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|Issue Date:||20 Oct 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Medicine/huru. Rosa Wea, kampong Cawalo, domain Cawalo, desa Rokirole, recorded by Ebbe (Pidhu S.) 20 Oct -15 in late morning with the AT Lavalier mic, which produced a decent result in this case. Wea told three 'huru', in another file Ebbe asks their (Wea and Mama Tia) names. This item is 'huru kena teone' ("'huru' things that hang"). Symptom: Tooth ache. Cure: Chew betel with lime and 'kena teone'. She does not 'huru', hang cursed signs in fruit trees, but only cures. Special for: ritual for finding the medicinal roots, giving siwe and small money on a plate to the ancestors. Peju ritual with 3 species of rotten fish, and uwi rerune. Caji no’o nio./ See pictures. And see a more detailed 'huru kena teone' told by Maria Weka, also from Cawalo. Portrait with Tia Pitu.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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