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

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Tonquin, division of monarchy in, 177; annual expulsion of demons in, 558
Toothache, transferred to enemies, 539; remedy for, 544
Toradjas of Central Celebes, 18, 21, 68, 71, 75, 117, 197, 232, 416, 581
Torches, offered by women to Diana, 3; used to mimic lightning, 77; used in expulsion of demons, 548, 550, 554, 555, 557, 560, 562; in expulsion of witches, 560, 561; processions with lighted, 610, 611, 647; carried round folds, 631; applied to fruit trees to fertilise them, 647
Torres Straits Islands, 604; magic in the, 18; personal names tabooed in, 250; seclusion of girls at puberty in, 598
Tortoises in magic, 36; reasons for not eating, 495
Totem, skin disease supposed to be caused by eating, 473; supposed effect of killing, 689; receptacle for a man’s external soul, 690; transference of soul to, 692, 700
Totem animal, artificial, 699; clans, 17, 504, 700
Totemism, in Australia and America, 533; suggested theory of, 689
Totems, magical ceremonies for the multiplication of the, 17, 8586
Toumbuluh tribe of North Celebes, 239, 240
Toxcatl, old Mexican festival, 587
Transmigration of human souls, into turtles, 504; into bears, 511; into totem animals, 691
Transubstantiation, 490
Transylvania, rain-making in, 71; festival of Green George in, 126; continence at sowing in, 138; saying as to sleeping child in, 182; harvest customs in, 451, 452, 456; customs at sowing in, 530; story of the external soul in, 672
Transylvania, the Germans of, 239; the Roumanians of, 191, 227, 341; the Saxons of, 238, 306, 312, 316, 456, 530, 672
Travancore, the Rajah of, 543
Tree, that has been struck by lightning, 80, 708; decked with sham bracelets, etc., 342; burnt in the Midsummer bonfire, 626, 628; external soul in a, 670, 680. See also Trees
Tree-agates, 34
—— -spirit, represented simultaneously in vegetable and human form, 125; representative of, thrown into water to ensure rain, 126; killing of the, 296323; resurrection of the, 300; in relation to the vegetation-spirit, 315316; Attis as a, 352; Osiris as a, 380; effigies of, burnt in bonfires, 651; human representatives of, put to death, 652, 665
—— -spirits, 109117; beneficent powers of, 117120, 651; in human form or embodied in living people, 125
—— -worship, 109; among the ancient Germans, 110; among European families of the Aryan stock, 110; among the Lithuanians, 110; in ancient Greece and Italy, 111; among the Finnish-Ugrian stock in Europe, 111; notions at the root of, 111; in modern Europe, relics of, 120135
Trees, worship of, 109; oracular, 110; regarded as animate, 111; sacrifices offered to, 112, 113, 115, 116, 118; sensitive, 112; apologies offered to, for cutting them down, 113; bleeding, 113; threatened to make them bear fruit, 113; married to each other, 114; in blossom treated like pregnant women, 115; animated by the souls of the dead, 115; planted on graves, 115; demons in, 116; ceremonies at cutting down, 116; grant women an easy delivery, 120; sacred, 120; represented on the monuments of Osiris, 380; in relation to Dionysus, 387; evils transferred to, 545; burnt in bonfires, 612, 616, 626, 630, 651; lives of people bound up with, 681, 682; passing through cleft trees as a cure for various maladies, 682683; fire thought by savages to be stored like sap in, 706
Tribute of youths and maidens sent to the Minotaur, 280
Trinity, the Hindoo, 52
Triptolemus, prince of Eleusis, 394, 396, 470
Troezen, sanctuary of Hippolytus at, 6
Trolls, 617, 625, 663, 707
Tsetsaut Indians of British Columbia, 600
Tshi-speaking peoples of the Gold Coast, 26
Tsimshian Indians of British Columbia, 66
Tsuen-cheu-fu, in China, geomancy at, 36
Tuaregs of the Sahara, 252
Tübingen, burying the Carnival near, 306
Tuhoe tribe of Maoris, 119
Tullus Hostilius, king of Rome, 141, 158
Tumleo, island of, 43
Tun¯a, a spirit, expulsion of, 551
Turcoman cure for fever, 242
Turkestan, human scapegoat in, 543
Turks, exorcism practised by the, 195; preserve their nail-parings for use at the resurrection, 236; of Central Asia, 496
Turmeric cultivated, 434, 437
Turner’s picture of the Golden Bough, 1
“Turquoise, Mistress of,” at Sinai, 330
Turtle, magical models of, 18
Turtles, killing the sacred, 502; transmigration of human souls into, 504
Twanyirika, an Australian spirit, 693
Twelfth Day, ceremony of the King at Carcassone on, 537; the Eve of, 561, 609, 647
—— Night, expulsion of the powers of evil on, 561; the King of the Bean on, 586; the Yule log on, 637
Twelve Days from Christmas to Twelfth Night, precautions against witches during the, 561; Nights, remains of Yule log scattered over the fields during the, 637
Twins, 29, 227; taboos laid on parents of, 66; supposed to possess magical powers. 6667; associated with salmon, and the grizzly bear, 66; called children of the sky, 67; water poured on graves of, 67; parents of, thought to be able to fertilise plantain trees, 137
“Two Brothers, The,” Egyptian tale of, 674
Tycoons, the, 176
Typhon, or Set, the brother of Osiris, 363, 365, 475

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