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Flat White

The village witch-doctor

12 January 2024

2:30 AM

12 January 2024

2:30 AM

In some tribal societies, the village witch-doctor claims to have remedies to protect others against maladies and witchcraft. Neither such claims of healing nor witchcraft itself are actually … real. But the villagers believe in witchcraft and in the remedies. That belief is not reliant on proof.

Still, they believe. Still, the witch-doctor plies his ‘magic remedies’.

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