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Title: SD1-278
Issue Date: 20 Oct 2015
Description: Genre: Medicine/huru: Weu Linggo, kampong Hoko, Cawalo, tells about her 'huru lole'. No curse. Symptoms: the victim will be afflicted with stomach pain that grows from below and reaches the chest. Cure: the ingredients are 'lole', chewed with the regular betel (sirih pinang) and lime. But the 'lole' is first prepared, mixed, with cotton and lime. Apply on belly. I understood her as she eats rice before the cure. The 'huru' here is first of all definitive of the symptom – it is not a curse that protects the fruits on her trees that then causes disease in the transgressor. Recorded with the AT Lavalier by Pidhu 20 Oct -15 at Weu's home.The recording level is far too high – turn down the volume! Portrait with the sign for 'huru bothe hate'.
Pages/Duration: 0:02:45
Appears in Collections:Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio

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