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Origin of the Taro Cult
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A. C. Haddon actual Aiga already appear association atiti Baigona believe betel betel palm black magic Buninia bush called cause ceremonies clan coco-nut commonly cycad dance Dasiga dead Diroga distinctive doubt dream drums effect European explanation fact feast garden grass ground Hohora hope horticulture impulsive informant inja instance jipari Kaiva kasamba kind kombu Kumusi labour land leaf leaves less magic-maker magician maize Mambare Manau manner matter ment merely methods Mitre Rock movement native native's nature Northern Division observed origin Orokaiva palm Papua patient perhaps possession practice primitive probably procedure rain reason regard result rites Rotation of Areas sago saruka secret sects seems seen shaking-fit sick singing sometimes sorcerer sovai spear specific spiritual possession sugar-cane suggested symbol taboo Taro cult taro medicine taro spirits theory tion trees Vailala Madness variety victim village visited Wasida whole word Yaviripa