9 edition of Bloodsucking witchcraft found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -458) and index.
|Statement||Hugo G. Nutini & John M. Roberts.|
|Contributions||Roberts, John M. 1916-|
|LC Classifications||F1221.N3 N87 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 476 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||476|
|LC Control Number||92034513|
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Nutini, John : Hugo G. Nutini. Bloodsucking Witchcraft: An Epistemological Study of Anthropomorphic Supernaturalism in Rural Tlaxcala Hugo G. Nutini, John M. Roberts Cited by: 9. This book is concerned with bloodsucking witchcraft in rural Tlaxcala, Mexico, the most prominent, personified complex in the non-Catholic belief system of the region.
The primary aim of this book is to analyze the social and psychological contexts of witchcraft and to place it within the framework of rural Tlaxcalan culture.
Hugo G. Nutini is the author of Bloodsucking Witchcraft ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Social Stratification in Central Mexico, /5(4).
Bloodsucking witchcraft: an epistemological study of anthropomorphic supernaturalism in rural Tlaxcala by Nutini, Hugo G., authorPages: Bloodsucking Witchcraft Nutini, Hugo G., Roberts, John M.
Published by University of Arizona Press Nutini, Hugo G. and John M. Roberts. Bloodsucking Witchcraft: An Epistemological Study of Anthropomorphic Supernaturalism in Rural Tlaxcala. Witchcraft, Blood-Sucking Spirits, and the Demonization of Islam in Dogondoutchi, Niger Article (PDF Available) in Cahiers d études africaines 48() April with ReadsAuthor: Adeline Masquelier.
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on Bloodsucking Witchcraft: An Epistemological Study of Anthropomorphic Supernaturalism in Rural Tlaxcala, Mexico. The people of Tlaxcala Mexico believe in a supernatural entity called the tlahuelpuchi (plural tlahuelpocmimi).
Bloodsucking Witchcraft: An Epistemological Study of Anthropomorphic Supernaturalism in Rural Tlaxcala. Hugo G. Nutini, John M. Roberts. Using Blood in Magick. Blood Sorcery can be embraced and performed by anyone with a passion for all things visceral and an innate need for more than one has.
It is not for the timid. Not only because one must injure oneself to participate, but because one must make an agreement that the work at hand is an issue of Blood and Magnetism in one form or another and all. For my Mexican Monstresses series, I’ve been reading a fascinating (but quite academic) book called Bloodsucking Witchcraft (Nutini and Roberts, ), about a type of Mexican “vampire” in central Mexico.
I put vampire in quotes, because even though this creature sucks blood, both Nutini and Roberts, as well as sources on early Mexican folk belief all the. Bloodsucking witchcraft in Tlaxcala involves witches, called tlahuelpuchis, believed to transfer themselves into animals to suck blood from sleeping infants.
The book is topically compartmentalised into chapters providing background for the analysis of this specific expression of supernaturalism. The reader is taken through. 1 In Dogondoutchi, a town of s Hausa-speaking people1 in Arewa, southern Niger, cases of spirit-induced witchcraft have been supposedly rising over the past two and a half decades.
Victims of such forms of witchcraft typically lose their blood to a blood-sucking spirit and wither away unless something is done to extract them from the clutches of their spiritual Cited by: 2. Bloodsucking Witchcraft: An Epistemological Study of Anthropomorphic Supernaturalism in Rural Tlaxcala.
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