Even hearing his name is enough to calm down. Its name is the name of the jinn, which has become a legend in the history of Turkish mythology and is called the fearful dream of women giving birth. “Alkarısı” – A creature believed to haunt women and horses in the puerperium period in the Turkish, Anatolian and Altai folk beliefs.
In some parts of Anatolia, a bad goblin Alkari, which is said to appear to women who have just given birth, to their frightened fear, to become ill, or even to die by suicide.
This gin is said to also harm newborn babies. Apart from its name, it is also known as Albasma. The names of this legend that has become more legendary in Anatolia differ from region to region. It is also known as Alkarısı in Erzurum, Hıbilik in Malatya, Kapoz in Bingöl, Hafdar in Elazig, and Tepegöz in Gaziantep.
The creature, believed to be haunting women and horses in the period of postpartum in the Turkish, Anatolian and Altaic folk beliefs, rides a horse, braids the horse it rides, and is said to run until they sweat.
The basis of the legend goes back to Shamanism. It is believed that it feeds on the lungs of puerperant and newborn children. It is believed that there are various remedies to protect against alkar. Some of these are not to leave the woman alone, to turn on the lights constantly, to put the Koran on the bedside, to cover her face with a red veil.
The basis of the legend goes back to Shamanism. It is believed that it feeds on the lungs of puerperant and newborn children. It is believed that there are various remedies to protect against alkar. Some of these are not leaving the puerperant woman alone, burning the lights constantly, putting the Quran on the bedside, and covering the face with a red veil. It is believed to cause albastia. It is also related to the creature named Albıs.
It also corresponds to Lilith. It is believed that Lilith was the first wife of Adam and that she refused to be subjected to Adam because it was created at the same time, and therefore cursed.
It is a tall tooth, its fingers are long, its hair is messy, its body is oily, its hands and feet are small, and it is toothed. According to the legend, mare is an enemy to horses and puerperant women.
Alkarı gin; It is depicted as a bogeyman in haylocks and barns. When it comes to dark rooms, the lonely lonely woman is told that if she is alone, she comes, and she weighs in. Puerpe women bite their heads in a bag so that they do not buy. They put the Quran. It is said that his fingers do not have joints, but his fingers are pointed! Again according to the legend, the bread baked by Alkari, which does evil to people, is said to never end and be fertile.
The fact that the witch-witch known as her altar is entirely a myth seems unacceptable even after centuries. Today it is known as a mythological creature that still hasn’t lost its effect. Especially In Turkish Geography, There Are People Who Claim To See This Creature.
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