How the village of Sope was exorcised

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This holy story tells how a village (now Sope) in Araki was released from the spell of a devil, by a Christian Pastor called Sope. This devil used to hide in a hollow tree close to the road, and would kill people by just dropping some of his poisonous rain water kept in the tree. This early missionary, who belonged to the T.T.I. (Tangoa Training Institute) Bible college on Tangoa, was one of the first Presbyterians who came to Araki to fight the 'dark ages' of paganism, at the end of the nineteenth century. He freed the place from its heathen fears and taboos, bringing the Christian word of God. The village of Sope was named after him.
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Freely accessible 
Le désenvoûtement de Sope 
dcterms:W3CDTF 2010-07-06 
"How the village of Sope was exorcised" 1998. Araki. Typologie et universaux linguistiques (sponsor); François, Alexandre (researcher); François, Alexandre (depositor); Chief Sohe Moli (speaker). Editeur(s): Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale. 
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Ancienne cote: crdo-AKR_PASTOR_SOPE_SOUND 
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doi:10.24397/PANGLOSS-0002295 
doi:10.34847/cocoon.ab1b0ac1-6553-34a9-a0a6-d6bca277fa87 
Araki 
Copyright (c) François, Alexandre 
Araki 
How the village of Sope was exorcised 

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