dancer incarnates a follower of goddess Rangda in night ceremonies in village Taro, central Bali, archipelago Indonesia, September 2011

dancer incarnates a follower of goddess Rangda in night ceremonies in village Taro, central Bali, archipelago Indonesia, September 2011. Ceremonies for goddess Rangda in Taro lasted all night, aprox. from 11pm to 5am. Spiritual cosmos of Balinese Hinduism,  rooted in local acient animism, consists of dual power, positive (Barong) and negative (witch Rangda), good and evil as a nescessary balance. Both opposite powers are worshipped and respected.
dancer incarnates a follower of goddess Rangda in night ceremonies in village Taro, central Bali, archipelago Indonesia, September 2011. Ceremonies for goddess Rangda in Taro lasted all night, aprox. from 11pm to 5am. Spiritual cosmos of Balinese Hinduism, rooted in local acient animism, consists of dual power, positive (Barong) and negative (witch Rangda), good and evil as a nescessary balance. Both opposite powers are worshipped and respected.
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