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Makhosi Fourie

Sangoma wearing dancing leg gears.

Letters to and from Bernth Lindfors and Oyekan Owomoyela
Makhosi Fourie

A man

Makhosi Fourie

A man

Makhosi Fourie

Man

Makhosi Fourie

The coldrinks, cakes and any sweet fruits symbolizes sweetness, blessing and love.

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie dancing

Makhosi Fourie

The fruits represents abundance given by mother earth.

Makhosi Fourie

The different colour candles all had different meanings e.g the white candle symbolizes purity, cleansing and healing. the blue candle symbolizes authority and the yellow candle symbolizes light, warmth and gold

Makhosi Fourie

Alter for ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie

She is guided as she works with the desions and colours

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie

The feathers that are worn by Makosi Fourie have a spiritual significance. these feathers are worn in the crown and wings, all beadwork was made by a visionary prophetic beader who works primarily with sacred ceremonies.

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie wearing leopard print.

Makhosi Fourie

It was an honour for Makhosi Fourie to wear the cloth of the leopard print, as this is looked upon as royalty "the white eagle" as Makhosi Fourie is known

Makhosi Fourie

Initiation

Makhosi Fourie

Initiation.

Makhosi Fourie

Sangomas praying asking for protection and blessings.

Makhosi Fourie

Initiation of final stage of graduation. while dressing Makhosi Fourie, the sangomas are praying and asking for protection and blessings.

Makhosi Fourie

Initiation stage.

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