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panjujuron sipitupitu: nama menurut hari-hari yang ketujuh: artia, suma, anggara, muda, boraspati, singkora, samisara, hal mana dihitung dengan jari-jari: ibu jari (jempol) berarti untung, jari kelingking cepat meninggal.
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muda, nama hari ke-4; muda ni mangadop, nama hari ke-11; muda ni holom, nama hari ke-18; muda ni mate, nama hari ke-15.
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 Other Mythology Encyclopaedia
In Bororo mythology, Bope are evil spirits who attack the souls of the dead.
In Batak mythology, Boraspati ni Tano is an earth spirit.
In Huli mythology, the god Ni is the sole cause of leprosy.
webpages.charter.net /sn9/religion/myth/otherencyclopaedia.html   (10254 words)

  
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The Boraspati ni Tano constitutes one of the elements of the Batak pantheon and symbolizes prosperity, the fertility of the earth, and the underworld.
The name is derived from the Sanskrit brihaspati and indicates its magical and divine nature, for it is one of the names given by the Indians to the planet Jupiter.
Article "Ilik" created on 10 July 1999; last modified on 10 July 1999 (Revision 1).
www.pantheon.org /articles/i/ilik.html   (131 words)

  
 Container for magical substances (naga morsarang) [Indonesia, Sumatra, Toba Batak people] (1987.453.1) | Object Page | ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
This vessel, known as a naga morsarang, consists of the hollow horn of a water buffalo, its outer surface incised with curving foliate designs.
In the interior of the horn, the earth deity Boraspati Ni Tano is represented in the form of a lizard, a motif that occurs on other ritual objects such as divination books.
The horn's pointed end is carved in the form of a seated human figure.
www.metmuseum.org /TOAH/hd/bata/hod_1987.453.1.htm   (208 words)

  
 indahnesia.com - Utara - Jewel of the highland - Discover Indonesia Online
The small peninsula Tuktuk Ni Asu ('Peninsula of the Dogs'), just north of Tomok does have sand beaches and dozens of hotels with cheap accomodation; a flourishing holiday place and Samosirs answer to Kuta Beach on Bali.
The part above the buffalo head with a boraspati ni tano, the holy lizard, and a much used symbol of luck.
In other villages in the environment, like Balaian ni Guru and Lumban Tikkatikka, a number of fetish relics can be found.
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 Adat Batak :: Informasi Adat Batak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Sian dia pe mangalap boru bere i, tong doi boru ni Tulang.
Sai tong doi boru ni Tulang, manang boru ni ise pei dialap bere.
Tamba ni nagabe, sai tibu ma hamu mamora.
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