In Indonesia, Controlling the Weather Is Just Another Job

“There are many ways in which we can control our universe,” he said. “For this job, I chose a half-full bowl of water, cigarettes, and salt that I spread in a circle around the campus.”

In Indonesia, shamans, sorcerers, and healers are widely believed to possess supernatural powers. But few are as common as the pawang hujan. Rain shamans are in such heavy demand, especially during the rainy season, that they are a regular expense for anyone planning an outdoor event. When Bali recently held an international Interpol conference, it didn’t rain for four straight days. And when it was time for National Police Chief Tito Karnavian to address the crowd of attendees, he knew who to thank for the clear skies. Read more.



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