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Introductory address on the occultism of the Australian Aboriginal / by Isidore Kozminsky
Bib ID 2680023
Format BookBook
Author
Kozminsky, Isidore
 
Printer (Melbourne] : J.C. Stephens)
Description [Melbourne? : s.n., 1898? 
6 pages ; 19 cm. 
Summary

A treatise concerning the myths and 'magics' of Aboriginal people. The author identifies many beings, spirits and ghosts of Aboriginal people such as Tambora, Tulugal, Bim-poin, Oorundoo and the various methods used to dispel or banish them.

Notes

Cover title.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 11243d

Subjects Magic, Aboriginal Australian  |  Religion - After death beliefs - Ghosts and spirits.  |  Religion - After death beliefs.  |  Stories and motifs - Moon.  |  Religion - Dreaming - Ghosts.  |  Magic and sorcery.  |  Kurnai / Gunai people (S68) (Vic SJ55)
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Occultism of the Australian aboriginal

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