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Re: TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOLKLORE CHARACTERS AND TALES

Postby shotta 20 » December 11th, 2011, 4:13 pm

vrampersad14 wrote:Older people could still get "bad eye" shotta?



I'm not sure, i'll find out and post back.

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Postby nervewrecker » December 11th, 2011, 9:59 pm

shotta 20 wrote:
d spike wrote:The only time I ever heard the word "jarray" being used was by one of our estate hands. He would take a string and, while lying down, measure the distance between his navel and one nipple, then compare it to the distance between his navel and his other nipple. If there was a difference between the two measurements, he would claim to be suffering from "narra", and in need of "jarray"... :lol:



Spike, that man def don't know what he talking about or doing.

Jharay - This is done to remove 'Bad eye' or 'Maljo' from someone WITHOUT any klphysical contact.

Nara is what you get if you 'improperly' lift up something heavy. I think some muscle or something 'Moves' and causes pain and diarrhea. To fix this problem, you have to get it rubbed, by someone who's experienced in this. It can also be fixed with the right combination of physical exercise.

Trust me, i have had both problems numerous times.


jarray dont fix narah lol, you need to get your belly rubbed.

does them broom sticks really grow when you are jarrayed btw?

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Postby ~Vēġó~ » December 12th, 2011, 5:16 am

^^^yes....and bamboo strips bend!!! amazing!

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Postby shotta 20 » December 12th, 2011, 9:17 am

The sticks grow in length depending on how bad the 'maljo' is.

If it's bad, it may grow about 3"-4"
If it's slight, it may grow about 1" or so

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Postby ilove3 » December 14th, 2011, 4:31 pm

Never really heard of the sticks growing...

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Postby nervewrecker » December 14th, 2011, 8:48 pm

saw it grow but was wondering if there was a scientific explanation...

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Postby Prototype-Tuner » December 15th, 2011, 1:24 am

*gets out thread quickly

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Postby nervewrecker » January 6th, 2012, 6:19 pm

ilove3 wrote:Never really heard of the sticks growing...


oh rly? :mrgreen: :drinking:

anyhow what this I hearing about mining / worshiping skulls? serious talk here eh, donno if is human or animal, all I know is worship / mine skull...

can anyone tell me about that please.

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Postby lostallos101 » January 7th, 2012, 4:08 am

i'm not gonna lie....reading these stories at dis hour really have me kinda bommy now but i got some...

i have a fren who said he was driving along a road with few street lights working in oropouche about 2 and he see a rasta man flagging down the car for him to stop, he passed him and stop a distance away...when the man nearly reach, he catch himself, he speed off....when he look in his rearview, he see d man in his backseat and he said "yuh lucky ah didnt reach the front door", the back door open and shut

a time when i was young, a neighbor's son hang himself in a house dat was still being built in my street....one night i went by my fam across the road to watch tv and lime and i leave in the early morning, when i crossing the road in front by the house, i swear i see the fella standing up there watching me, i take off with one speed, stick up under my mother and i never stay by them late until the house was finished

an ex bff of mine told me a story when she was a child, some day she was hearing someone call her, she live in sando before it was so developed so it have bush still and she following the voice, one of her neighbors saw her and grabbed her carrying her back by her house. She said one of the fellas in the area saw footprints in the mud and follow it a lil way but realize dat all the print was pointing to the house but nun pointed away...says it maybe was a douen....rel tings happen to her

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Postby Trini Hookah » January 14th, 2012, 1:00 am

Ok guys, anyone here ever woke up with scrapes/marks or bruises with no recollection of them? Not to say I get nightmares with them either. And I don't drink per say, well not to any extent to lose memory...and it isn't the gf doing it.

Thing is, it doesn't hurt at all...but if i'm walking bareback or just finished showering i'll see one, maybe two. Started as a scratch on my arm just around my birthday but today I found another on my shoulder looking like a blood clot sorta.

What y'all think...Soucouyant bizness?

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Postby lostallos101 » January 14th, 2012, 2:37 am

vrampersad14 wrote:Ok guys, anyone here ever woke up with scrapes/marks or bruises with no recollection of them? Not to say I get nightmares with them either. And I don't drink per say, well not to any extent to lose memory...and it isn't the gf doing it.

Thing is, it doesn't hurt at all...but if i'm walking bareback or just finished showering i'll see one, maybe two. Started as a scratch on my arm just around my birthday but today I found another on my shoulder looking like a blood clot sorta.

What y'all think...Soucouyant bizness?

doh think it scrapes but the bloodclot...dats a maybe..try the salt trick or leave a trap and see wah plays off?

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Postby AllTrac » January 14th, 2012, 3:39 am

lostallos101 wrote:
an ex bff of mine



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Postby Ted_v2 » January 14th, 2012, 7:23 am

vrampersad14 wrote:Ok guys, anyone here ever woke up with scrapes/marks or bruises with no recollection of them? Not to say I get nightmares with them either. And I don't drink per say, well not to any extent to lose memory...and it isn't the gf doing it.

Thing is, it doesn't hurt at all...but if i'm walking bareback or just finished showering i'll see one, maybe two. Started as a scratch on my arm just around my birthday but today I found another on my shoulder looking like a blood clot sorta.

What y'all think...Soucouyant bizness?



i often see a couple of scraps on my belly and sometimes on my hands , it isnt major so i dont rly take much of it

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Postby Ted_v2 » January 14th, 2012, 7:28 am

this happened to me, i had a iphone and i went to sleep one night with my phone by my bed head and when i woke up .i was going through some songs before i got up off the bed and i saw like if someone took pics of me on the bed sleeping but i wasnt in the pics just the bed alone O_O

and it wasnt there the night before and it isnt possible because i was on the bed all the time

i deleted all the pics same time ( now thinking tho i should off saved the pics )

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Postby redmanjp » January 14th, 2012, 8:30 am

vrampersad14 wrote:Ok guys, anyone here ever woke up with scrapes/marks or bruises with no recollection of them? Not to say I get nightmares with them either. And I don't drink per say, well not to any extent to lose memory...and it isn't the gf doing it.

Thing is, it doesn't hurt at all...but if i'm walking bareback or just finished showering i'll see one, maybe two. Started as a scratch on my arm just around my birthday but today I found another on my shoulder looking like a blood clot sorta.

What y'all think...Soucouyant bizness?


alien abduction? 0X

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Postby nervewrecker » January 14th, 2012, 9:39 am

vrampersad14 wrote:Ok guys, anyone here ever woke up with scrapes/marks or bruises with no recollection of them? Not to say I get nightmares with them either. And I don't drink per say, well not to any extent to lose memory...and it isn't the gf doing it.

Thing is, it doesn't hurt at all...but if i'm walking bareback or just finished showering i'll see one, maybe two. Started as a scratch on my arm just around my birthday but today I found another on my shoulder looking like a blood clot sorta.

What y'all think...Soucouyant bizness?


Mosquito or bed bug bite you & you scratch it in your sleep, scratch too hard & scrape yourself.

Or you just want us know you have a gyul? :roll:

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Postby Trini Hookah » January 14th, 2012, 11:44 am

nervewrecker wrote:Mosquito or bed bug bite you & you scratch it in your sleep, scratch too hard & scrape yourself.

Or you just want us know you have a gyul? :roll:

Vex I cah drive by with she hanging out de window like a playbook?

And my nails aren't long enough to scrape myself like this.

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Postby nervewrecker » January 14th, 2012, 12:01 pm

vrampersad14 wrote:
nervewrecker wrote:Mosquito or bed bug bite you & you scratch it in your sleep, scratch too hard & scrape yourself.

Or you just want us know you have a gyul? :roll:

Vex I cah drive by with she hanging out de window like a playbook?

And my nails aren't long enough to scrape myself like this.


I hung myself out the window in fyzo sec & get girls....imagine if the berry was in my hand :mrgreen:

Your nails dont have to be long. If you sweat during your sleep / dream you skin will be soft and easy to dig, wont take much effort to do it.

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Postby rollingstock » January 14th, 2012, 12:30 pm

Listen to nerve he knows about sweaty sleeping men :roll:

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Postby nervewrecker » January 14th, 2012, 12:33 pm

well its the only logical explanation. when your skin wet its soft, like after you finish bathe. but no it easier to come in here & bawl jumbie rape him.

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Postby Trini Hookah » January 14th, 2012, 12:46 pm

Because I will bend in awkward positions to scrape myself while sleeping right?

And they aren't regular scrapes, one even resembled a lightning bolt :shock:

Level hug up prayer beads tonight oui.

And don't take no offense nerve, was all kicks...I only posted in here if anyone ever had similar experiences that's all, if I wasn't concerned I wouldn't have posted.

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Postby redmanjp » January 14th, 2012, 1:53 pm

what about lying on yuh bed then trying to getup only to find yuh can't move at all! :shock:
I can still see things and sometimes i hearing sounds or vibrations. I used to experience this a lot as a child.

but cud be sleep paralysis so i eh know

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Postby nervewrecker » January 14th, 2012, 11:43 pm

vrampersad14 wrote:Because I will bend in awkward positions to scrape myself while sleeping right?

And they aren't regular scrapes, one even resembled a lightning bolt :shock:

Level hug up prayer beads tonight oui.

And don't take no offense nerve, was all kicks...I only posted in here if anyone ever had similar experiences that's all, if I wasn't concerned I wouldn't have posted.


I suspect its voldemont ( or whatever they call the noseless guy ) that put that scar there.

This is the ole talk forum sir, is ole talk I on, im rarely ever serious. btw.....pics of said gf or yuh lie!

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Postby AllTrac » January 14th, 2012, 11:46 pm

vrampersad14 wrote:
nervewrecker wrote:Mosquito or bed bug bite you & you scratch it in your sleep, scratch too hard & scrape yourself.

Or you just want us know you have a gyul? :roll:

Vex I cah drive by with she hanging out de window like a playbook?



oh gorm :lol: :lol: nerve is de playbook bubbleaahhh

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Postby nervewrecker » January 14th, 2012, 11:51 pm

pm for ah borrow....

it really does get girls jed.

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Postby rfari » January 14th, 2012, 11:54 pm

only weird thing i experienced was when i was still in secondary school. i was in my room doing work and suddenly i got this feeling like i wasnt alone in my room. pause started to raise and i was feeling rell bummy. i lit my confirmation candle and strap my rosary beads around my neck and started to pray. after a while it subsided then i went to sleep.

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Postby ilove3 » March 18th, 2012, 10:19 am

anyone with anything?

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Postby Mercenary » March 18th, 2012, 11:17 am

Friday morning I woke up at 4am to go for a run in the savannah...while opening the door I saw a very pretty well dressed woman walk past on the street. So I decide to follow her and watch ...suddenly when she turn the corner she turned into an old woman with a 17th century style dress. :|

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Postby Trini Hookah » March 18th, 2012, 11:21 am

Friday I saw a box move right infront of me from right to left. :|

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Postby onyx » March 18th, 2012, 12:01 pm

Trini Hookah wrote:Friday I saw a box move right infront of me from right to left. :|



:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :evilbat:

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