Campbell Collections

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Makhosi Fourie

The skin of the lamb is cust as a robe to wear in a crisscross manner, like the beads this symbolizes the Sangomas pledge to her ancestors to serve them and all cultural peers as a sangoma.

Makhosi Fourie

The priest dancing with the ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie

Men responsible for separating the sacrifice to be served according to social rank.

Makhosi Fourie

The man sorting out the sacrifice as it must be cooked and served separately to the parts that cannot be eaten by sangomas.

Makhosi Fourie

Neighbour and friends.

Makhosi Fourie

Neighbours and friend

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi fourie

Makhosi Fourie

The crossing of beads across the chest is linking the dark side with the light side. it also links the masculine and feminine side of the ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie

Makhosi Fourie going to change into her final clothing for graduation.

Makhosi Fourie

Dancing with the ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie

Young sangoma dancing.

Makhosi Fourie

GIETA (dancing) is a very powerful way of calling the spirits which after results in the dancer going into a trance.

Makhosi Fourie

Destroying and obliterating negativity.

Makhosi Fourie

The warrior of the light. The sign of the sword fighting for healing, peace and happiness for the globe.

Makhosi Fourie

Dncing as a sangoma.

Makhosi Fourie

Dancing.

Makhosi Fourie

Metal tops have replaced seed pods which were worn by sangomas.

Makhosi Fourie

The shoes are made of shoe lace threaded through the tops of mineral cans and sewn into carpet pieces to prevent chaffing. it is then tied around the ankles.

Makhosi Fourie

Thanking all ancestors.

Makhosi Fourie

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

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