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Sir James George Frazer (1854–1941).  The Golden Bough.  1922.

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Fumigation, with laurel, 95; of flocks, 478; with juniper and rue, 560; of fruit-trees and nets, 641; of crops, 645
Funeral customs, 185, 190, 227, 542; rites, 367, 375
Gaboon, theory of the external soul in the, 684
Gabriel, the archangel, 13, 241
Galela, dread of menstruous women in, 604
Galelareese of Halmahera, 19, 2931
Galicia, harvest customs in, 451
Gallas, 98, 118; kings of the, 10
Galli, the emasculated priests of Attis, 348
Gamesa, the image of, 482
Gardens of Adonis, 341347
Garos of Assam, 72, 568
Gascon peasants, their belief in the magical power of priests, 54
Gatschet, A. S., 255
Gaul, ancient, human sacrifices in, 653; the mistletoe in, 659
Gauri, harvest goddess, 420
Gayos of Sumatra, 141
Gazelle Peninsula, 251; the Ingniet society in the, 680
Geomancy in China, 36
Germany, contagious magic in, 39, 42, 45; worship of women in ancient, 97; treeworship in, 110; Harvest-May in, 118; use of May trees in, 119; Midsummer trees in, 122; races at Whitsuntide in, 124; worship of the oak in, 160; belief as to the escape of the soul in, 182; superstition as to cut hair in, 234; the Cornmother in, 399; the Old Woman in, 400; names given to the last sheaf in, 401; harvest customs, 402, 408, 427, 449, 451, 453, 454, 458460; the Corn-spirit in, 448; the harvest cock in, 451, 479; pigs’ bones in connection with sowing in, 461; Lenten fires in, 612; Easter fires in, 614; Midsummer fires in, 623; the Yule log in, 637; need-fire in, 641; mistletoe in, 662, 702; oak-wood for cottage fires at Midsummer in, 665; stories of the external soul in, 672; birth-trees in, 682
Gerontocracy in Australia, 83
Getae, human god among the, 97
Ghansyam Deo, a deity of the Gonds, 571
Ghosts, 84, 185, 190, 207, 216, 226, 253, 491, 551; of the slain, 212215, 227; of animals, dread of, 223, 520524, 526
Giant who had no heart in his body, stories of the 668, 673; mythical, supposed to kill and resuscitate lads at initiation, 695
Giants, wicker-work, 654, 655
Giddiness, cure for, 545
Gilyaks of the Amoor, 510514, 517, 530
Gingiro, king of, 270
Gippsland blacks, 248
Girl, annually sacrificed to cedar tree, 112; sacrificed to a crocodile, 145; sacrificed for the crops, 432; and boy, need-fire kindled by, 640
Girls, married to nets, 144; used in rainmaking, 210; seclusion of, at puberty, 595607
Glory, the Hand of, 30
Gnabaia, an Australian spirit, 693
Goajiros of Colombia, 252
Goat, blood of, sucked by priest as means of inspiration, 94; sacrificed, 356, 391, 436; in relation to Dionysus, 390, 464; cornspirit as, 454; last sheaf in form of a, 454; killed on harvest-field, 455; effigy of a, 456; sacred animal of a Bushman tribe, 474; relation of, to Athena, 477; evils transferred to, 540; as scapegoat, 565
God, savage ideas of, 92; the killing and resurrection of a, 301, 538; the Dying and Reviving, 386; killed in animal form, 391; the animal enemy of, originally identical with the god, 391, 469, 475; eating the, 479494, 498; dying, as scapegoat, 539, 576; killing of the, in Mexico, 587592. See also Gods
God-man, a source of danger, 202
Goddesses, of fertility served by eunuch priests, 349; personated by women, 589
Gods, appeal to the pity of, as a rain-charm, 75; incarnate human, 91106, 162; conception of, slowly evolved, 91; and goddesses, dramatic weddings of, 140; the marriage of the, 142145; created by men in their own likeness, 260; their names tabooed, 260262; mortality of the, 264265; death and resurrection of, 385386, 388; distinguished from spirits, 411
Gold Coast, negroes of the, 118; expulsion of demons on the, 550, 554, 555
Golden Bough, 3, 593, 701711
——Fleece, ram with, 290
Goldi, bear-festivals of the, 514
Goliath, straw man stabbed at Whitsuntide, 133
Gonds of India, the, 433, 571
Good Friday, ceremony in Greek churches on, 345; expulsion of witches on, 560
Gorillas, lives of persons bound up with those of, 685
Gossips of St. John, 344
Gouri, Indian goddess of fertility, 343
Gout, remedy for, 196; transferred to trees, 546
Gran Chaco, Indians of, 182, 601
Granada, youthful rulers secluded in, 595
Grandmother, name given to last sheaf, 401
Grannas-mias, torches, 611
Grannus, a Celtic deity, 611
Grass king, the, 130, 299
Grass knotted as a charm, 242
Grasshoppers, in homoeopathic magic, 37; sacrifice of, 541
Grave, soul fetched from, 185; of Zeus, 265; of Dionysus, 265, 389; of Osiris, 365, 378; dance at initiation in a, 693
Grave-clothes, homoeopathic magic of, in China, 35; no buttons in, 243
Graves, rain-charms at, 67, 71; trees planted on, 115
Greasing the weapon instead of wound, 41
Great Mother, last sheaf called, 401
Grebo people of Sierra Leone, 174

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