Top Ten Indonesian Ghosh


Senin, 14 Desember 2009

In Indonesia there are many myths about ghosts ghosts, each region has the characteristic of the ghost in the region, then the ghost what is most feared by most of society Indonesia, the following list

10. Palasik
Palasik according to stories, legends or beliefs of the Minangkabau is a kind of supernatural beings. According to Minangkabau palasik belief is not a ghost but human beings who have a high level black magic. Palasik greatly feared by mothers of the Minangkabau who has a toddler because the child's food palasik infants and toddlers, whether they are still in the womb or the dead (buried), depending on the type palasik.

Science believed palasik hereditary nature. If the parents are a child then palasik will be palasik.

In general, works by releasing palasik head. There are agencies that run them find food and there was also the head hovering foraging.

9. Kuyang
Kuyang an intangible phantom human head attached to the body content without skin and limbs that can fly to find the baby's blood. This creature known to the public in Borneo. Kuyang actually a man (woman) that requires the teaching of black magic to achieve eternal life. By day, a kuyang will travel daily life as an ordinary person, but he usually wore robes. At night kuyang will fly to find the baby's blood or blood delivery to inhaled as a means of increasing the power of science. People who saw kuyang fly like a bird usually seen large.

To deal with the victims need to use a broom fibers or banged home furnishings such as pot or pan.

8. Rangda
Rangda is the queen of the leak in the mythology of Bali. This fearsome creature is told often kidnap and eat children and lead an army against the wicked witch Barong, which is a symbol of good strength. Told that most likely came from the queen Rangda Manendradatta who live on the island of Java in the century to 11. He was exiled by the king because the accused Dharmodayana witchcraft against two kings queens. According to legend he had his revenge by killing half the kingdom, which later became his son's and Dharmodayana, Erlangga. Then he was replaced by someone who is wise. Nama widows Rangda means. Rangda is very important for Balinese mythology. Battle against Barong or against the grants are often displayed in the dance. This dance is very popular and is an important legacy in the tradition of Bali. Rangda described as a woman with long hair disheveled and has long nails. Scary face and has sharp teeth.

7. Leak
In Balinese mythology, Leak was the wicked witch. Le ak means witches and evil means. Leak will be visible at night by hunters shamans leak. In the afternoon he looked like a human being, while at night he was in the cemetery to find the organs in the human body uses to make magic potions. Magic potion that can change the shape leak into a tiger, monkey, pig or the like Rangda. If necessary he can also take organs from living people.

6. Wewe Gombel
Wewe Gombel is a term in Javanese tradition, which means evil spirit or ghost that likes to steal the children, but did not harm him. It is said that the stolen children are usually the children who abandoned and neglected by her parents. Wewe Gombel will usually scare the child's parents on the attitudes and treatment to their children until they are realized. if they had realized, wewe Gombel will return his son.

According to the story, wewe Gombel is the spirit of a woman who died committed suicide because of the public pursued for killing her husband. The incident occurred after her husband of having an affair with another woman. The husband did it because his wife could not give a child a very expected. Finally, he was shunned and hated by her husband and ostracized to be mad and trash.

wewe Gombel called because the incident occurred in the area in Gombel, Semarang. If we are driving from the direction toward jatingaleh Banyumanik, it will show the former star of beer ads. That's where the location is said to be Gombel wewe. Some people mentioned that the location is the location of the royal ghost. According to the story too, it was the cause of a hotel located in the hill location Gombel become bankrupt

5. Genderuwo
Genderuwo is a type of the jinn, or spirits of ape-like human form of large and stout with reddish black color, his body covered with thick hair that grows on the entire body. Genderuwo especially known in the community in Java (Sundanese people call it, Äúgandaruwo, Au and the Javanese call it, Äúgendruwo, Au). Habitat is a favorite residential water stone, old buildings, large trees or shady corners of the damp quiet and dark. Domicile Center this creature believed to be in Donoloyo Teak Forest, Sloghimo district, about 60 km east of Wonogiri, and in the White Weak, Purwosari, Girimulyo, Kulon Progo about 60 km west of Yogyakarta.

4. Pocong
Pocongkkkk depictions vary. It is said, has pocongkkkk green berwarnah face with empty eyes. The other portrayal stated, flat-faced pocongkkkkkkkkkk and has a hole or hollow eyes closed cotton with pale white faces. Those who believe in ghosts assumes, pocongkkkk is a form of protest from the dead who had forgotten to open kafannya bond before his grave was closed. Although pocongkkkk often portrayed in the film jumping moves, the myth of the fact stated pocongkkkk moving pocongkkkk floating. This is understandable, because in the movies starring pocongkkkk can not move his legs so that the operation should be jumping up and down. Belief in the existence of ghosts pocongkkkkk developed only in Indonesia, especially in Java and Sumatra. Although the following description of the Muslim tradition, people of other faiths also were able to recognize the existence of this ghost.

3. Toyol
Toyol (Javanese: thuyul) in the mythology of the archipelago, especially in Java, is a tangible ghost child or a runt with a shaved head. Other depictions that are not agreed upon all the people are colored silver, are social (in the sense of a community and a leader), and sound like a chicken. Toyol be employed by an employer for some reason people, especially stealing (money). To counteract tuyul, people put crab in a corner of the house because tuyul trusted like crab so he forgot the task owner. The incident is believed tuyul comes from people who miscarried fetuses or infants who died at birth. Because it comes from the baby, as well as characters tuyul children: love to play (such as reports of people seeing a number tuyul playing at midnight, etc..).

2. Sundel Bolong
Sundel holes in the myth of a ghost described with Indonesia long-haired woman and a white long dress. There also described the formation of holes in the back of a closed his long hair so that the organs in the abdomen seen. Sundel Bolong ghost Dimitoskan die because her child was raped and gave birth from the grave. Usually Sundel Bolong also described like to take the babies who had just been born

1. Kuntilanak
kuntilanak figure depicted in the form of a beautiful woman. Kuntilanak described glad to terrorize the villagers for revenge. Kuntilanak as appears always accompanied by fragrant frangipani flowers. It is said that men who are not careful could be killed after kuntilanak transformed into the blood sucking. Kuntilanak also loves to eat babies and harm pregnant women. In the scary stories and horror movies on TV Malaysia, described kuntilanak kill prey by sucking the blood in the neck, such as different vampir.Agak picture Malays, according to tradition, kuntilanak Sundanese tradition does not have a hole in the back and only interfere with the appearance alone. The kind that has a hole in the back as the description above is called Sundel Bolong. Kuntilanak reportedly also like a certain tree as a place, Äúbersemayam, Au.

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