But the obeah, with a whining plaint, spat away his tobacco-leaf.
And with a formless roar of killing-rage, Stern swung on the obeah, with the rifle.
But already, with a chattering howl, the obeah was running forward.
Obeah, on the other hand, kills only by poison—does not show the blood at all.
Obeah can be worked by either alone, and is not tied to the presence of the snake.
The Obeah man agreed to cure him, provided he received ten dollars for his pains.
The ceiba is the sacred tree of the negro, the temple of Jumbi the proper home of Obeah.
Up he brought the automatic, till the bead lay fair upon the naked, muscular breast of the obeah.
Yet the warning echoed loudly through Madison Forest; and the obeah hesitated.
There, already recovered from the blow which would have killed a man ten times over, he saw the obeah snarling after him.