Boo-hags I almost forgot this ONE...

Discussion in 'Honoring Black Ancestors' started by dustyelbow, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The Boo-Hag Origin

    BOO-HAGS and BOOGEYMEN both are considered BLOOD THIRSTY BEINGS which who want to LIVE as MUCH as I do.

    Notice BOOGEYMEN and BOO HAGS do not SEEK EACH OTHER.

    Another MYSTERY.

    We'll SEE like they say back HOME....

    Ancestors thanks for the TIP.
     
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    Zulile Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    from that website:
    "At night, a boo-hag would typically sneak into a sleeping victim's home and commit all kinds of dastardly deeds, such as sucking his blood, stealing his voice and causing nightmares. One of the most common boo-hag tricks is to "ride" a sleeping victim like a horse for miles, tiring him to the point that he would die of exhaustion. The term "hag-ridden" is used to describe someone who is distressed by nightmares or hallucinations of being ridden at night."

    This made me chuckle, as we have a spirit called a Tokolosh in South Africa who is very similar.. but he doesnt ride you like a horse.. he makes you work for him.. so when you wake up tired.. you know a Tokolosh had you.. Beds are usually placed on bricks to make them higher, as the Tokolosh is very very short....
     
  3. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Hey thanks,

    Before I thought this stuff was GARBAGE but as I approach the day, I am seeing this stuff has RELEVANCE that my still ENGAGING MIND haven't process.

    Your response and the SUBJECT MATTER in general makes me SMILE and CHUCKLE too.

    :qqb011:
     
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