Campbell Collections

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Makhosi Fourie

Alter for ancestors.

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

The fruits represents abundance given by mother earth.

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie dancing

Makhosi Fourie

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

Makhosi Fourie

Young sangomas learning about the older sangomas

Makhosi Fourie

Sangomas head gear, note the beadwork

Makhosi Fourie

11 year old sangoma

Makhosi Fourie

Man

Makhosi Fourie

A man

Makhosi Fourie

Sngom dancing also known as Gieta.

Makhosi Fourie

A man

Makhosi Fourie

Dancing, working the dance to the clapping and beating with the drums

Makhosi Fourie

Clapping and beating on the drums. to the sangomas dancing.

Makhosi Fourie

The beads worn on head is coronation as a traditional doctor, and it is recognised as an honour to be able to wear this head dress.

Makhosi Fourie

The black hat is meeting western systems of academic graduation for health practioners.

Makhosi Fourie

Ngaka-ngaka. thanking all ancestors of every sangomas ancestors who are present.

Makhosi Fourie

Thanking all ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie in an altar

The altar behind Makhosi Fourie is prepared where all clothing belonging to her is kept.

Makhosi in white robe

The white robe is edged with gilt which symbolizes unlimited abundance.

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