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Races:- distribution of culture among, Sacred springs, streams, etc., ii., 209;

i. 49; culture of mixed races, Gau. trees and groves, 222; animals, 234,
chos, etc., 46, 52; ethnology in 378.
eponymic genealogies, 101 ; moral Sacrifice :-origin and theory of, ii.
condition of low races, 26; con 375, etc., 207, 269; manner of con-
sidered as magicians, 113; as mon sumption or reception by deity, 216,
sters, 380.

376, etc.. see 39; motive of sacri-
Rahu and Ketu, eclipse-monsters, i. ficer, 393, etc. ; substitution, 399;
379.

survival, i. 76, ii. 214, 228, 406.
Rain-god, ii. 254, 259.

Saint-Foix, i. 474, ii. 35.
Rainbow, myths of, i. vii, 293, ii. 239. 1 Saints, worship of, ii. 120.
Ralston, Mr., i. vii, 312, ii. 245, etc. Samson's riddle, i. 93.
Kangi and Papa, i. 322, ii. 315.

Sanchoniathon, ii. 2:21.
Rapping, omens and communications Sanıl-pillar, myths of, i. 293.
by, i. 144, ii. 221.

Sanskrit roots, i, 197, 224.
Rationalization of myths, i. 278. Savage, man of woods, i. 382.
Red Swan, myth of, i, 345.

Savage culture as representative of
Reduplication, i. 219.

primitive culture :-i. 21, ii. 443;
Reid, Dr., on ideas, i. 499.

magic, witchcraft, and spiritual-
Relics, ii. 150.

ism, i. 11., etc. ; language, i 236,
Religion, i. 22, ii 357, 419; whether ii. 445 ; numerals, i. 2+2 ; myth,

any tribes without, i. 417; accounts 234, 321; doctrine of souls, 499;
misleading among low tribes, 419; future life, ii. 102; animistic theory
rudimentary definition of, 424; of nature, i. 285, ii. 184, 356; poly.
adoption from foreign religions, fu theism, 243; dualism, 317; supre-
ture life. ii. 91; ideas and names macy, 334; rites and ceremonies,
of deities, 254, 309, 31, 314 ; 363, 375, 411, 421, 429.
dualism. 316, 322 ; supreine deity, Savitar, ii. 292.
333; natural religion, i. 427, ii. Scalp, i 460.
103, 356.

Scores, counting by, i. 263.
Resurrection, ii. 5, 18.

Sea, mrths of, ii. 375.
Retribution-theory of future life, ii. Sea-god and sea-worship, ii. 275, 377.

83; not conception of lower cul Second-death, ii. 22.
ture, 83.

Second sight, i. 143, 447.
Return and restoration of soul, i. 436. Semitic race, no savage tribe among,
Revival, in culture, i. 136, 111.

i. 49; antiquity of culture, 51;
Revivals, morbid symptoms in re. race-genealogy, 401.
ligious, ii. 421.

Sennaar, i. 395.
Reynard the Fox, i, 412.

Serpent, emblem of immortality and
Riddles, i, 90.

eternity, ii. 241.
Ring, divination by swinging, i, 126. Serpent-worship, ii. 8, 239, 310, 317.
Rising in air, supernatural, i. 149, ii. Sex distinguished by phonetic modi.
415.

• fication, i. 22).
Rites, religious, ii. 362, etc.

Shadow related to soul, i. 430, 435;
River of death, i. 473, 480, ii. 23, 29, shadowless inen, 85, 430.
51, 91. .

Shell-mounds, i. 61.
River-gods and river-worship, ii. 209. Sheol, ii. 63, 81; gates of, i. 347.
River-spirits, i. 109, ii, 209, 407. Shingles, disease, i. 307.
Rock, spirit of, ii. 207.

Shoulder-blade, divination by, i. 124.
Roman mythology and religion :-) Sieve and shears, oracle by, i. 123.

funeral rites, ii, 42; future life, Silver at new moon, ii. 302.
45, 67, 81; nature-spirits, 22,227; | Sing-bonga, ii. 291, 350.
polytheism, 251; Jupiter, 258, 2015 : Skylla and Charybdis, ii. 208.
Neptune, 277; Vesta, 255; Lucina, Slaves sacrificed to serve dead, i. 458.
302, 305, etc.

Sling, i. 73.
Roman numeral letters, i. 263. Snakes, destroyed in Ireland, etc., i.
Romulus, patron deity of children, ii. 372.
121; and Remus, i. 281.

Sneezing, salutation on, i. 97 ; con-
Rosary, ii. 372.

nected with spiritual influence, 97.

Social rank retained in future life, ii.
Saveism, i. 296.

1 22, 84.

Sokrates, ii. 137, 294; demon of, 202; 433, ii. 181, 206, 359; animism,
prayer of, 373.

doctrine of spirits, i 424, ii. 108,
Soma, Haoma, ii, 418.

350; doctrine of spirit founded on
Soul, doctrine of definition and general that of soul, ii. 109; spirits con-

course in bistory, i. 428, 499; cause nected and confounded with souls,
of life, 428; qualities as conceived ii. 109. 363 ; spirits seen in dreams
by lower races, 428; conception of, and visions, i. 306, 440, ii. 154.189,
related to dreams and visions, i. 429, 194, 411; action of spirits, i. 125,
ii. 24, 410; related to shadow, heart, ii. 111, etc.; embodiment of spirits,
blood, pup:l of eye, breath, i. 430; ii. 123; disease by attack of, 126;
plurality or division of, 434; exit of, oracular inspiration by, 130; whist-
i. 309, 438, etc., 448, ii. 50; resin. ling, etc., voice of, i. 453, ii. 135;
ration of, i. 436, 475; trance, ecstasy, act through fetishes, ii. 143, etc. ;
439; dreams, 440; visions, 445 : through idols, 167 ; spirits causes
soul not visible to all, 416; likeness of nature, 185, 204, etc., 250; good
to body, i. 450; mutilated with and evil spirits, 186, 319; spirits
body, 451; voice, a whisper, chirp, swarm in dark, fire drives off,
etc., 452; material substance of 194; seen by animals, 196; foot.
soul, i. 453. ii. 198; ethereality not prints of, i. 455, ii. 197; ethereal-
immateriality of, in lower culture, material substance of, ii. 198; ex-
i. 436; human souls transmitted by clusion, expulsion, exorcism of, 125,
funeral sacrifice to future life, i. 199; patron, guardian, and fainiliar
458, ii. 31; souls of animals, i. 467, spirits, 199; nature-spirits of vol.
ii. 41; their future life and trans- canos, whirlpools, rocks, etc., 2017;
mission by funeral sacrifice, i. 469; water-spirits and deities, 209, 407;
souls of plants, trees, etc., i. 474, ii. tree-spirits and deit es, 215 ; spirits
10; souls of objects, i. 476, ii. 9,75, subordinate to great polytheistic
153, etc. ; transmission by funeral deities, 248, etc.; spirits receive
sacrifice, i, 481; conveyed or con- prayer, 303 ; sacrifice, 375; see
sumed in sacrifice to deities, ii, 216, Animism, etc.
389; object-souls related to ideas, Spirit, Great. ii. 256, 325, 335, etc,
i. 497; existence of soul after death 353, 365, 395.
of body, i, 42, etc., ii. 1, etc.; Spirit-footprints, i. 453, ii. 197.
transmigration or metempsychosis, Spiritualism. molern :-its origin in
ii. 2 ; new birth in human body, 3; savage culture, i. 111, 155, 426, ii.
in animal body, plant, inert object, 2.), 39; spirit rapping, i. 141, ii.
9, etc. ; souls remain on earth

193, 221, 407; spirit-writing, 117;
among survivors, near dwelling, rising in air, 119; supernatural
corpse, or tomb, i. 148, 447, 11. unbinding. 153; moving objects,
25, etc, 150; souls called up by etc., i. 439, ii. 156, 319, 441; me.
necromancer or medium, i. 14:3, 312, diums, i. 146, 312, ii, 132, 410;
446, ii. 136, etc ; food set out for, oracular possession, i. 148, ii. 135,
ii. 30, etc.; region of departed souls, 141.
ii. 59, etc., 73, 241 ; futu e life of, i. Spirit-world, journey or visit to, by
458, etc., ii. 74, etc.; relation of soul i. 439, 481, ii. 44, etc.
soul to spirit in general, ii. 109; Spitting, i. 103; lustration with
souls pass into demons, patron- spittle, ii. 439, 411.
spirits, deities, 111, 124, 192, 200, Standing-stones, objects of worship, ii.
361, 375; manes.worship, 112, etc.; 164.
souis embodied in men, animals, Stanley, Dean, ii. 387.
plants, objects, 147, 153, 192, 232; Stars, myths of, i. 288, 356; souls of,

mystic meaning of word soul. 359. i. 291.
Soul of world, ii. 335, etc., 355. 366. Staunton, William, his visit to Purga.
Soul-mass cake, ii. 43.

tory, ii. 58.
Sound words, i. 231.

Stock-and stone-worship, ii. 161, etc.,
Speaking machine, i. 170.

254, 388.
Spear-thrower, i. 66.

Stone, myths of men turned to, i. 353;
Species-deities, ii. 212,

stone-worship, ii. 160,etc., 254, 358.
Spencer, Mr. Herbert, i. vii, ii. 236. Stone Age, i. 36, etc. ; magic as be-
Sphinx, i. 90.

longing to, 140; myths of giants
Spirit :-course of meaning of word, i. and dwarfs as belonging to, 355.

Storm, myths of, i. 322 ; storm-god, Tatar race, culture of, i. 51; race.
i. 323, ii. 266.

genealogy of, 404.
Strut, i. 62.

Tattooing, mytbic origin of, i. 393.
Substitutes in sacrifice, i. 106, 463, ii. Taylor, Jeremy, on lots, i. 79.
399, etc.

Teeth-defacing, mythic origin of, i. 393.
Succubi, see Incubi.

Temple, Jewish, ii. 426.
Sucking cure, ii. 146.

Tertullian, i. 456, ii. 188, 427.
Suicide, body of, staked down, ii. 29, Tezcatlipoca, ii. 197, 344, 391.
193.

Theodorus, St., church of, ii. 121.
San, myths of, i. 288, 319, 335, etc., Tbeophrastus, ii. 165.

ii. 48, 66, 323; sunset, myths of, Theresa, St., her visions, ii. 415.
connected with death and future Thor, ii. 266.
life, i. 335, 345, ii. 48, etc., 311 ; Thought, conveyance of, by vocal

sun abode of departed souls, ii. 69. tone, i. 166; Epicurean theory of,
Sun-god and sun-worship, i. 99, 288, 497; savage conception of, ii. 311.

353, ii. 263, 285, 323, etc, 376, Thousand and One Nights :-water-
etc., 408, 422, etc.; sun and moon spout and sand-pillar, i. 292 ; Mag.

as good and evil deity, ii. 324, etc. netic Mountain, 374; Abdallah of
Superlative, triple, i. 265.

Sea and Abdallah of Land, ii. 106.
Superstition, cas: of survival, i. 16, Thunder-bird, myths of, i. 363, ii.
72, etc.

202 ; thunder-holt, ii, 262.
Supreme deity, ii. 332, 367; heaven- Thunder-god, ii. 262,305,312, 337, etc.

god, etc., as, 251,337, etc.; sun-god Tien anii Tı, ii. 257, 272, 352.
az, 290, 337. etc. ; conception of, in Tlaloc, Tlalocan, ii. 61, 274, 309.
manes worship, 3+: as chief of di- Tobacco smoked as sacrifice or in-
vine hierarchy, 335, etc.; first cause, cense, ii. 287, 313, 383; to cause
335.

morbid vision, etc, 417.
Survival in culture. i. 16, etc., 70, etc, Torngarsuk, ii. 340.

ii. 403; children's games, i. 72 ; Tortoise, World, i 364.
games of chance, etc, 78; proverbs, Toten-ancestors, i.: 402, ii. 235; to-
89; riddles, 91; sneezing.salutation, tem-worship. ii. 235.
98; foundatiun-sacritice, 194; not Traditions, credibility of, i. 275, 280,
save drowning, 108; magic, witch- 370: of early culture, i. 39, 52.
craft, etc., 112; spiritualism, 141; Transformation-myths, i. 308, 377, ii.
numeration, 262, 271, deodand, 287; 10, 220,
werewolves, 313; eclipse-monster, Transmigration of souls, i. 379, 409,
330; animism, i. 500, ii. 356; fune- 469, 476, ii. 2, etc.; theory of, ii. 16.
ral sacrifice, i. 463, 474, 492; feasts Trapezus, i. 396.
of dead, ii. 35, 41 ; possession, 140; Trees, objects suspended to, ii. 150,223.
fetishism, 159 ; stone-worship, 168; Tree-souls, i. 475, ii. 10, 215; tree-
water-worship. 213; fire-worship, spirits,i. 476, ii. 148, 215.
285; sun-worship, 297; moon-wor- Tribe-names, mythic ancestors, i. 398;
ship, 302; heaven-worship, 353; tribe-deities, ii. 234.
sacrifice, 406, etc.

Tribes without religion, i. 417.
Susurrus necromanticus, i. 453, ii. 135. Turkett, Mr., i. 373.
Suttee, i. 405.

Tumuli, remains of funeral sacrifice
Swedenborg, spiritualism of, i. 144, in, i 486.
450, ii. 13, 204.

Tupan, ii. 263, 305, 333.
Symbolic connexion in magic, etc., i. Turks, race-genealogy of, i. 403.

116, etc., ii. 144; symbolism in reli- Turnskins, i. 308. etc.
gious ceremony, ii. 362, etc.

Twin brethren, N. A. dualistic myth,
Symplegades, i. 350.

ii. 320, etc.

Two paths, allegory of, i. 409.
Tabor, i. 209.
Tacitus, i. 333, ii. 228, 273.

Uiracocha, ii. 333, 366.
Tailed men, i. 383.

Ukko, ii. 2:7, 261, 265.
Tangaroa. Taaroa, ii. 345.

Ulster, inythic etymolo:y of, ii. 65.
Tari Pennu, ii, 271, 349, 368, 404. Unbinding, supernatural i. 153.
Taronhiawagon, ii. 256, 309.

Under-world, sun and souls of dead
Tarots. i. 82.

descend to, ii. 66; see Ha les.
Tartarns, ii. 97.

Onkulunkulu, ii. 116, 313, 347.
VOL. II.

Vampires, ii. 191.
Vapour bath, narcritic, of Scyths and

N. A. Indians, ii. 417.
Vasilissa the l'eautiful, i, 342.
Vatnsdæla Saga, i. 439.
Veda, i. 55, 351, 362, 465, ii. 72, 265,

291, 351, 371, 386.
Vegetal, sensitive, and rational souls,

i. 435.
Ventriloqnism, i. 453, ii. 132, 182.
Verg 1, Polydore, ii. 409.
Versipelles, i. 308, etc.
Vesta, ii, 285.
Vigesimal notation, i. 261 ; survival

in French and English, 263.
Visions :-mythic fancy in, i. 305 ;

are apparitions of spirits, 143, 445,
473, ii. 194, 410; as evidence of
future life, 24, 49 ; fasting for, 410;

use of drugs to cause, 410.
Visits to spirit-world, i. 436, 481, ii.

41, etc.
Vitruvius, on orientation, ii. 427.
Vocal tone, i. 106, etc.
Voice of ghosts and other spirits, whis-

per, twitter, murmur, i. 432. j. 134.
Volcano. mouth of underworld, i. 341,

30+, ii. 69; caused by spirits, 207.
Vowels, i. 168.
Vulcan, ii. 250, 284,

Wainamoinen, ii. 46.93.
Waitz, Prof., Anthropologie der Natur-

völker, i. vi.; fetishism, ii. 157,176.
Walhalla, i. 491, ii. 77, 88.
War-god, ii. 306.
Warriors, fate of souls of, ii. 87.
Wassail, i. 47, 101.
Water, spirits not cross. i. 442
Waterfalls and waterspouts, myths of,

i. 292, 291.
Water-gods and water-worship, ii.

209, 274, 370, 407.
Water-spirits and water-monsters, i.

110, ii 208, etc.
Watling Street, Milky Way, i. 360.
Weapons, i. 64, etc.; personal names

given to, 303.
Wedgwood, Mr. Hensleigh, on imita-

tive language, i. 161.

Weight. of soul, i. 455; of spirit, ii.

198.
Well-worship, ii. 209, eto.
Werewolves, etc., doctrine of, i. 113,

308, etc. 435, ii. 193.
West, mythic conceptions of, as re-

gion of night and death, i. 337, 343,
ii. 48, 61, 66. 311, etc., 422, etc.;

see East and West.
Whately, Archbishop, on origin of

culture, i. 38, 42.
Wheatstone, Sir C., i. 170.
Wheel-lock, i. 15.
Whirlpool, spirit of, ii. 207.
Widow-sacrifice, i. 458.
Wild Hunt, i. 362, ii. 269.
Wilson, Dr. D., on dual and plural, i.

265.
Wind gods, ii. 266.
Winds, myths of, i. 360.
Witchcraft, i. 116, etc.; origin in

savage culture, 138 ; mediæval re-
vival, 138; iron charm against. 140;
ordeal by water, 140; rising in air,
152 ; doctrine of werewolves, 312;
incubi and succubi, ii. 190; witch-

ointment, 418.
Woden, see Odin.
Wolf of night, i. 341.
Wong, ii. 176, 205, 348.
World pervaded by spirits, ii. 137,

180, 185, 205, 250.
Worship as related to belief, i. 427, ü.

302
Wraith or fetch, i. 448, 451.
W'right, Mr. T., ii. 56, 65.
Wuttke, Prof., i. 456, etc.

Xerxes, i. 286, ii. 378.

Yama, ii. 54, 314.
Yawning, possession, i. 102.
Yezidism, ii. 329.

Zend-Avesta, i. 116, 351, ï. 98, 293,

328, 438.
Zeus, i. 328, 350, ii. 258, etc., 353.
Zingani, myth of name, i 400.
Zoroastrism, ii. 20, 98, 282, 319, 328,

354, 374, 400, 438.

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