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Batak Dowsing Divining Necklace Datu Indonesia








 

    Divining or dowsing necklace from the Datu costume Batal priest in engraved bamboo and buffalo bone with date and magic square as the "porhalaan" from Indonesia. Good condition complete. 11 3/8" high 3 1/2" high.

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For our French-speaking friends: Collier divinatoire en os de buffle et bambou gravé comme les "porhalaan" (tables indiquant les dates favorables ou funestes ou des carrés magiques), au dos la constellation du scorpion. C'est une partie de la panoplie du Datu, prêtre magicien et figure centrale de la croyance du peuple batak. Les rituels magiques ont une place importante dans la croyance et le quotidien de la population. L'écriture était employée surtout à des fins sacrales, les Batak interprètent les signes du zodiaque et croient à leur influence sur le cours de la vie. Bon état. Hauteur 29 cm, largeur 9 cm.

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