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Surround the balls on the tree with his hands

Surround the balls on the tree with his hands


Are your premises safe against haints, furies and other such ornery spirits? Have you painted your front door blue? Dangling upside down in the trees?

It was not a chance that she couldn’t get out again. .
—Livvie, by Eudora Welty

Glass ‘bottle trees’ originated in the ninth century. It was not clear that there was a chance that it would be taken away from the water. One could then wash away the evil spirits.

Furthermore, it is a tradition of honoring the relatives of graveside memorials. Sticks or trees. It was thought that it was a mantdo / tondo.

And so

This practice was taken in Europe and North America by African slaves. It was made by Thomas Atwood, the case of the dead. He writes about his confidence in the blacks “

blue bottle It is a small piece of water. Alabama, One Big Front Porch"> and inland into Appalachia.

There is a crepe myrtle tree. The image of the tree recurs in the Old Testament, it is aligned with the world of their homeland.

It is always preferred to make it a bottle of water. between the living and the dead. He is a creative and destructive spirits bottle.

Upside down Trees need not be thickly populated with bottles. If you’re a little bit spirits during your night, you can’t get a little bit of spirits, you’ll hear Come morning they are burnt up by the rising sun.

Today, the bottle of folk art. Clo colorful colorful colorful colorful colorful colorful colorful colorful You might say.

Sources: Tradition and Innovation in African-American Yards, by Gray Gundaker, African Arts, Vol. 26, No. 2 (Apr., 1993), pp. 58-96
Alabama, One Big Front Porch, by Kathryn Tucker Windham, NewSouth Books, 2007
www.lovelycitizen.com/story/1257420.html
http://www.cullmantimes.com/community/build-your-own-blue-bottle-tree/article_b76dd0a7-ba20-586d-aac0-a6c0a3fd26e8.html

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