5 Myths Animals Entering House According to Javanese Primbon
VIVA – In Indonesia, there are many myths about various things related to everyday life that are still believed by people. The Javanese primbon explains the signs of the types of animals that enter the house.
Each animal has a different meaning when it enters the house. It can be a good sign or bad sign. Perhaps, animals entering this house can be a reminder for homeowners.
Well, here are some animals that can be a sign when entering the house.
When a large bat or local people known as Kalong suddenly enters the house, Javanese Primbon said, it can be a bad sign, namely, a sign of disaster or people of the house will get sick. Meanwhile, if suddenly a small bat enters, it is believed to be a good sign.
According to Javanese Primbon, a butterfly entering the house is a sign that someone or a guest will come. It will differ, if a butterfly enters this house at night, it's a sign that someone is jealous of people in the house.
Snakes are animals that are feared by most people. According to Javanese Primbon, snakes that enter the house have two meanings.
First, if a venomous snake enters the house, the occupants of the house must be careful, because it is a bad sign. However, if a non-venomous snake enters the house, it means that there is a forgotten promise that has not been fulfilled by the occupants of the house.
According to traditional beliefs, an owl entering a house has an important meaning. This owl was said to convey a message that death will come. But some people also believe in this bird a messenger of God who brought a special message.
If a dragonfly or local people known as Capung enters the house suddenly, it can be a good sign of happiness and health for people in the house.