Answer that it is I, Juju, and you will be speaking the truth.
But who in all the Dogon had ever witnessed such a juju man?
The juju will be angry; he will not let us, he will kill us.
On a little island was a hut, guarded by priests, in which the juju was supposed to live.
They were found buried and covered with blood, some of them having been used amongst the apparatus of their Juju sacrifices.
Many chiefs, in no way politically dependent on Benin, used to send annual presents to the juju.
They took the food and money which the visitors brought, and then said the juju wanted a living offering.
At Arochuku they went down the gorge to the juju house, at the door of which they found a white goat starving to death.
Now the juju tree is where the god of a village is supposed to live, and his men were horror-struck.
When the time came to make the pulpit and seats, he said: "We want wood, cut down the juju tree."