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Maneirismo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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Hoodoo Magick Rootwork: The violent appearance of the nkondi #Nail #Fetish is attributed to the nails, spikes, and other iron elements driven into it. There are multiple suggestions as to why iron was driven into the nkondi in such a forceful manner. “At the turn of the century, nails driven into minkondi determined an accused person’s culpability. The suspect would be directed to remove the nail with his or her hands, and if he/she failed, this was interpreted as a sign of guilt."

Hieronymus Bosch. Cutting the Stone, also called The Extraction of the Stone of Madness or The Cure of Folly, 1494. The Prado. Inscription: "Master, cut away the stone my name is lubbert das. The man undergoing the surgery is a Dutch Everyman Fool named Lubbert (translated to "castrated dachsund"). The woman on the is balancing a book on her head. Usually books are simply held and are symbols of learning, wisdom or piety. In this case the woman is just part of the general folly.

Maneirismo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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