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12 July 2018


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A G Sitori

Papua New Guineans go to a singsing ground and put together some Kavavarrs, some Murramurra and spew it about with a good dose of Kambang to create some Puripuri.

Armed now, they camper around the singsing grounds but they allow the Ghewo's to take charge, flanked by Kukurais, Songans, and Maimais; led in slow dance by some Samatex croons and the rearguard put on by Dukduks and Epoes with a wayward Stonmahn carrying some egocentric Mask.

Of course you always have the good Sanguma in cindrellacial aperture hovering in a pumpkin cart over them.

All these to show Papua New Guinea have the combination that equate to a nuclear force but still fall foul of the bad Sanguma doing them over by just merely looking with eyes shut at the innards of the subject victim. No, maybe a chance passing will suffice to send them down the rood of doom.

Now think about that. That is not the exhaustive list of mystic and mysticisms.

They apply these in all forms of their walk in life. Whilst it had its basis in traditional life, it has surely made its way into the modern westernised lifestyle so no singsing ground or rugby play field is safe for the vast netherworld of mysticism to rear its head.

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