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Re: Question for Hmong people...
« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2018, 12:32:13 AM »
I agree with you. I wrote a full section on this elsewhere.

Hmong people do not have hell. They have what its called "Tub Tuag Teb" or "Ntuj Txiag Teb Tsaus". Both of these terminology render the places where the departed spirits go, similar to Sheol in the Old Testament. The word Hell in Hmong is "Ntuj Tawg" and Hmong people don't use or have this word. The reason why some Christians mixed these words together is because they've read the KJV. lol.
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Re: Question for Hmong people...
« Reply #16 on: May 30, 2018, 10:28:44 PM »
So many uneducated hmongs who rather believe in the pastor, bible, and BROs then to be inform correctly.
Shamanism is the practice of healing. It doesnt teach anything else besides that.
Apparently, it is considered main catergory since no one wants to place it correctly.
For example, catholics can ua neeg and when they died they can go the christian route.
So basically, hmong people arent that extreme. How lucky are we...ummm until they became radical christians who hate muslims on those pretenses. Good luck.

After much studying and hearing accounts of Hmong life, I disagree that Shamanism is the practice of healing. It's more like connecting with the unseen spiritual world in order to resolve issues in the seen natural world. In other words, consulting and/or mediating with spirits. Khaws koob is more like healing or warding off.   

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