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Juju
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Juju ko ju-ju ( French: joujou ) ne mai tarin abun wasa, camfi, ilimi, riguna, sana'a, sato da sinadarai, sata da kuma kamar yadda yake da kowa a Afrika ta Yamma musamman mutanen Najeriya da Kamaru A lokaci da aka amfani da su bin addinan gargajiya.

A dunkule ma'anar kalmar "juju" ana iya amfani da ita don koma zuwa kayan sihiri masu ma'amala da sa'a.

Tarihi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Wani kwatancen Victorian na shekarar 1873 na "gidan Ju-ju" a kan Gold Coast wanda ke nuna kwanyar da kasusuwa

Kalmar "juju" ta fito ne dangane da Firist-Sarakuna na garuruwan Afirka ta Yamma, wanda ake jin daɗin wadatar biranen. Sir James George Frazer ne yake rikodin wannan a cikin Folk-Lore (Vol. XXVI. ) Yana bugawa, karkashin taken A Firist-King in Nigeria, hanyar sadarwa da aka karba daga Mr. PA Talbot, Hakimin Gundumar a S. Nigeria. Marubucin ya ce babban Ju-Ju na Elele, wani gari a cikin NW na gundumar Degema, Firist-Sarki ne, wanda aka zaɓa na tsawon shekaru bakwai. "Duk wadatar garin, musamman albarkar gonar, abin birgewa, da gadon aure, yana da nasaba da rayuwarsa. Kamata ya fada da rashin lafiya, shi entailed iyali na Gana da kabari bala'i a kan mazaunan. " [1]

Ayyuka[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Juju wani sihiri ne na mutane a Afirka ta Yamma, a cikin juju akwai ra'ayoyi iri-iri. Juju laya da tsafe-tsafe za a iya amfani da su don haifar da mummunan juju ko mai kyau, wanda yake daidai da ko dai mara kyau ko sa'a.[ana buƙatar hujja] Juju tsafi iya at sau yi amfani da Larabci matani rubuta ta Musulunci da shugabannin addini . "Mutumin juju" shine duk wani mutum wanda al'adun gargajiya suka bincika kuma ya kware sosai a magungunan gargajiya.

A wasu lokuta ana amfani da Juju don aiwatar da yarjejeniya ko tabbatar da bin ƙa'idodi. A cikin yanayi na yau da kullun, mai sihiri da ke yin sihiri yana buƙatar biyan kuɗi don wannan sabis ɗin.

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. From Ritual To Romance, Jessie L. Weston https://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/4090/pg4090-images.html