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Other seemingly inexplicable phenomena also now lose youra mysterious character. I'm talking about beliefs, as expressed in the cult complexmonsters, on the most impossible hybrids animals, shapes, halfman, half animal. The theory of fetishism as a primary phenomenon,if even to admit its fair in other respects, does nota proper explanation in this case. For example, the estimated ancestralthe desire to think about all the actions of natural forces as a sort of personalmanifestations; assume further that hence might arise the cult of animals,plants and even inanimate objects; and still clear the obstructionwill be that will appear thus the cult, limitedvisible or observed things, How that vision will makethe savage to imagine a combination of bird and mammal, and not onlyto imagine it, and read it as God. If we even assume that suchthe illusion could be caused by a belief in such a creature as man andhalf fish, we cannot still explain the predominance of the Eastern peoplessuch, for example, the idols that depict people with bird heads orPetushki legs instead of human, or with the heads of elephants. But if we take with us the above provision, the emergence ofthese ideas and this kind of worship will be only the indispensableinvestigation. Because traditions keep the memory of the ancestors as one or the otherline. Say, the man nicknamed "Wolf", takes from a neighboring tribewife, who is mentioned under the name of the animal who gave its nametribe, just like a woman. And here it may happen that the son of such a couplediffer itself anything; then the rumor about him among posterity will readhe was born from wolf and some other animal or from the wolf, andwomen. A misunderstanding arose in the above manner, due to their povertylanguage, will give rise to a belief in a creature that combines the attributes of both entities; andif the tribe will grow into a community, the idea of this kind ofthe creature will become the object of worship. One of the cases given by Mr.Mac McLennan, may be given here in illustration: "the Legend ofthe origin dicationic Kyrgyz", according to their stories, "from a red Greyhound andone of sultans, who had forty servants, - a very ancient origin."
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