Folklore
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 163. Chapters: Urban legend, Folk music, Fairy tale, False etymology, Monster, Folk dance, Backronym, Ethnology, Gargoyle, Moral panic, Sandman, Argot, Mandrake, Mathematical folklore, Tooth fairy, Parable, Onomastics, Anecdote, Insufflation, Evil eye, Miraculous births, Weapon dance, Vernacular, Aarne-Thompson classification system, Vernacular architecture, Fairy ring, List of women warriors in folklore, Trickster, Three hares, Sheela na Gig, Pleiades in folklore and literature, Grotesque, History's Mysteries, Folk etymology, Holy well, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, Fairy…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 163. Chapters: Urban legend, Folk music, Fairy tale, False etymology, Monster, Folk dance, Backronym, Ethnology, Gargoyle, Moral panic, Sandman, Argot, Mandrake, Mathematical folklore, Tooth fairy, Parable, Onomastics, Anecdote, Insufflation, Evil eye, Miraculous births, Weapon dance, Vernacular, Aarne-Thompson classification system, Vernacular architecture, Fairy ring, List of women warriors in folklore, Trickster, Three hares, Sheela na Gig, Pleiades in folklore and literature, Grotesque, History's Mysteries, Folk etymology, Holy well, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, Fairy path, Iron in folklore, Folk hero, Princess and dragon, Tall tale, World Tales, Faxlore, Woman warrior, Rabbit rabbit, Fakelore, The Brahmin and the Mongoose, Red Lady of Huntingdon College, Seventh son of a seventh son, Grotto, Apotropaic magic, Talking animal, Geniscus, Thunderstone, Ethnopoetics, Huang group, Talking animals in fiction, Lover's Leap, The Honest Woodman, Sin-eater, Automobile folklore, Wise old man, Poison dress, Zhuang studies, Folkloristics, Ros Beiaard Dendermonde, Man-eating tree, Comprachicos, Wise Old Woman/Man, Cautionary tale, Public folklore, Traditions and customs regarding deciduous teeth, Maternal impression, Cumulative tale, Silver bullet, Lifter Puller Folklore, Buda, Legendary creature, Nettles in folklore, Yukon International Storytelling Festival, Cuento, Folklife, Folklore Institute, Tempestarii, Painted pebbles, Witch bottle, List of magical terms and traditions, Solunar theory, Simpleton, Wistman's Wood, Holly King, Barbro Eriksdotter, Toadstone, Childlore, Vagina dentata, Blason populaire, Applied folklore, Festivals, Beast poetry, Osculum infame, Morphology, List of folk song collections, Alcheringa, Old wives' tale, Fairy-locks, Folk memory, Giants, Monsters & Dragons, An Encyclopedia of Folklore, Legend and Myth, Maylor Gawr, The Snow-child, Folk medicine, Conception dreams, Trading of the handkerchief, Munfla, Ommegang of Brussels, Magonia, Mooncalf, Familiar animal, Anima locus, Friendship ball, Bedtime story, Kishi, Pecong, Betty Stogs, Manluluyong, European folklore, Vandella. Excerpt: In religious and magical practice, insufflation and exsufflation are ritual acts of blowing, breathing, hissing, or puffing that signify variously expulsion or renunciation of evil or of the devil (the Evil One), or infilling or blessing with good (especially, in religious use, with the Spirit or grace of God). In historical Christian practice, such blowing appears most prominently in the liturgy, and is connected almost exclusively with baptism and other ceremonies of Christian initiation, achieving its greatest popularity during periods in which such ceremonies were given a prophylactic or exorcistic significance, and were viewed as essential to the defeat of the devil or to the removal of the taint of original sin. Ritual blowing occurs in the liturgies of catechumenate and baptism from a very early period and survives into the modern Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Maronite, and Coptic rites. Catholic liturgy post-Vatican II (the so-called novus ordo 1969) has largely done away with insufflation, except in a special rite for the consecration of chrism on Maundy Thursday. Protestant liturgies typically abandoned it very early on. Muslims include the practice to a certain degree, following the Biblical rites to a lesser extent. The Tridentine Catholic liturgy retained both an insufflation of the baptismal water and (li...
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 164
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 9mm
  • Gewicht: 331g
  • ISBN-13: 9781156474303
  • ISBN-10: 1156474302
  • Artikelnr.: 30906194