T-shirt Santa Muerte festival Mexico folk religion white 100% cotton size large

T-shirt Santa Muerte festival Mexico folk religion white cotton size large

Witches and Pagans: Women in European Folk Religion, 700-1100

Witches and Pagans: Women in European Folk Religion, 700-1100

Where is Frisbeetarian?  Worship the Frisbee and believe that when you die, your soul goes on the roof and stays there. Oh, that is my dog.  Interesting chart.

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LU symbol 19thC CHINESE ART MONASTERY DISH bronze copper TEMPLE folk religion #UNKNOWN

LU symbol 19thC CHINESE ART MONASTERY DISH bronze copper TEMPLE folk religion

LU symbol 19thC CHINESE ART MONASTERY DISH bronze copper TEMPLE folk religion #UNKNOWN

Chinese folk religion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chinese folk religion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theyyam, Hindu ritual worship of Kerala, India. A folk religion, several thousands of years old. Theyyam is a god & they are seeking it's blessing. This dance is an invocation performed in front of the shrine, or in houses as ancestor worship.

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INDIA: Theyyam, popular Hindu ritual art form of worship of North Kerala, India

In Mesoamerican folk religion, a Nagual or Nahual (both pronounced [na'wal]) is a human being who has the power to magically turn themselves into an animal form, most commonly a donkey, turkey, or dog, but also other and more powerful animals such as the jaguar and puma.

Nahual- Mesoamerican folk religion:ba human being who has the power to magically turn themself into an animal form: most commonly a donkey, turkey, or dog, but also other and more powerful animals such as the jaguar and puma.

The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. etc.  It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

I'm not a satanist, but I find this interesting - The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

"Guanjiang Shou" (官将首) by Chan Kwok Hung, taken in Taiwan!!! GuanjiangShou troupes are one of Taiwan's most popular activities and may be seen all over Taiwan at traditional folk-religion gatherings. With their fiercely painted faces, protruding fangs, and powerful, choreographed performances, they are easily recognized. They may be described as underworld police or gods' bodyguards. https://www.facebook.com/sinocollection/

"Guanjiang Shou" (官将首) by Chan Kwok Hung, taken in Taiwan!

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The Differences between Taoism, Buddhism and Shenism (“Chinese Folk Belief”)

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