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Isnin, 19 April 2010

TOP5 Hantu Paling Popular di Malaysia

Wah apa hal strawberry buat tajuk ni??? Saja. Sekarang ni strawberry sedang buat research pasal hantu2 paling popular di Malaysia untuk bahan novel akan datang. Apa? Ingat Arits je ada Bintang Paling Popular? hantu pun adalah. Hantu pun popular pa? Walaupun tak ada album, tak ada karya tetap manusia ingin membuat drama dan filem riwayat hidup mereka? Kisah strawberry dengan you all ada??? Ada??? Tak ada kan? mahkan hati strawberry dengan hantu-hantu berkenaan. Bila strawberry buat kajian. ada jugak hantu yang boleh bertukar menjadi perempuan cantik. Tapi, puas strawberry buat kajian tak ada pulak hantu yang boleh ditukar jadi lelaki handsome. Kalau ada sah-sah strawberry dah pergi cari dulu dengan cek Apple, cek Anggur. Verebut2lah ahahahaha...

Apa-apa pun di sini strawberry nak liskanlah 5 je... sebenarnya manyak lagi jenis2 hantu kat Malaysia atau Nusantara ni. Hanya lima ini yang paing femous gitew....

Tempat ke 5 jatuh kepada Ceq TOYOL
A Toyol or Tuyul is a mythical spirit in the Malay mythology of South-East Asia (notably Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore). It is a small child spirit invoked by a bomoh (Malay witch doctor) from a dead human foetus using black magic. It is possible to buy a toyol from such a bomoh.

A person who owns a toyol uses it mainly to steal things from other people, or to do mischief. According to a well-known superstition, if money or jewellery keeps disappearing mysteriously from your house, a toyol might be responsible. One way to ward off a toyol is to place some needles under your money, for toyols are afraid of being hurt by needles.

People normally associate the appearance of a toyol with that of a small baby, frequently that of a newly born baby walking in nakedness with a big head, small hands, clouded eyes and usually greyed skin. More accurately, it resembles a goblin. It can be seen by the naked eye without the use of magic, though they are unlikely to be spotted casually.

In old village tales, people keep toyols for selfish but petty gains. They use such spirits for theft, sabotage and other minor crimes. Serious crimes, like murder, are usually beyond the capability of these toyols. A person who suddenly becomes wealthy without explanation might be suspected of keeping a toyol. The toyol is kept in a jar or an urn, and hidden away in a dark place until needed.

What happens at the end of the "contract" is not very clear. It could be that the tablet, along with the urn, is buried in a graveyard (with the relevant rituals), and the spirit is then laid to rest. An alternative method is to dispose them in the sea. Or else, a toyol gets passed down in a family through the generations. This seems to suggest that once you obtain a toyol, not only are you stuck with it for the rest of your life, but all your descendants will also be condemned to own it.

Although seemingly cunning, toyols are supposedly not very intelligent. It is said that they are easily deceived by marbles,beans and sand and strands of garlic hanging on the door post or placed on certain parts of the house. The toyol will start playing with these items until it forgets its task at the intended victim's house. Money placed under mirrors has the potentcy to ward off toyols due to a phobia of their reflections.

ps: terkehel tak kepala otak nak fahamkan? Lantak koranglah na fahamkan yer? Siap ada kelemahan tu. So nak percaya atau tidak terserahlah.

Tempat ke 4 dimiliki oleh PENANGGALAN
The Penanggalan or `Hantu Penanggal` is a peculiar variation of the vampire myth that apparently began in the Malay Peninsula, or Balan-balan in Sabah. See also the Manananggal, a similar creature of Filipino folklore. "Penanggal" or "Penanggalan"' literally means "detach", "to detach", "remove" or "to remove". Both terms—Manananggal and Penanggal—may carry the same meaning due to both languages being grouped or having a common root under the Austronesian language family, though the two creatures are culturally distinct in appearance and behavior.

The Balinesse of Indonesia also have myth of a similar creature with almost exact features called "Leak".

According to the folklore of that region, the Penanggalan is a detached female head that is capable of flying about on its own. As it flies, the stomach and entrails dangle below it, and these organs twinkle like fireflies as the Penanggalan moves through the night.

Due to the common theme of Penanggal being the result of active use of black magic or supernatural means, a Penanggal cannot be readily classified as a classical undead being. The creature is, for all intent and purposes, a living human being during daytime (much like the Japanese Nukekubi) or at any time when it does not detach itself from its body.

In Malaysian folklore, a Penanggal may be either a beautiful old or young woman who obtained her beauty through the active use of black magic, supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means which are most commonly described in local folklores to be dark or demonic in nature. Another cause where one becomes a Penanggal in Malaysian folklore is due to the result of a powerful curse or the actions of a demonic force, although this method is less common than the active use of black magic abovementioned.

The Penanggalan is usually a female midwife who has made a pact with the devil to gain supernatural powers. It is said that the midwife has broken a stipulation in the pact not to eat meat for 40 days; having broken the pact she has been forever cursed to become a bloodsucking vampire/demon. The midwife keeps a vat of vinegar in her house. After detaching her head and flying around in the night looking for blood the Penanggalan will come home and immerse her entrails in the vat of vinegar in order to shrink them for easy entry back into her body.

One version of the tale states that the Penanggal was once a beautiful woman or priestess, who was taking a ritual bath in a tub that once held vinegar. While bathing herself and in a state of concentration or meditation, a man entered the room without warning and startled her. The woman was so shocked that she jerked her head up to look, moving so quickly as to sever her head from her body, her organs and entrails pulling out of the neck opening. Enraged by what the man had done, she flew after him, a vicious head trailing organs and dripping venom. Her empty body was left behind in the vat. The Penanggal, thus, is said to carry an odor of vinegar with her wherever she flies, and returns to her body during the daytime, often posing as an ordinary mortal woman. However, a Penanggal can always be told from an ordinary woman by that odor of vinegar.

The Penanggalan's victims are traditionally pregnant women and young children. Like a banshee who appears at a birth rather than a death, the Penanggalan perches on the roofs of houses where women are in labour, screeching when the child is born. The Penanggalan will insert a long invisible tongue into the house to lap up the blood of the new mother. Those whose blood the Penanggalan feeds upon contract a wasting disease that is almost inescapably fatal. Furthermore, even if the penanggalan is not successful in her attempt to feed, anyone who is brushed by the dripping entrails will suffer painful open sores that won't heal without a bomoh's help.

A Penanggal is said to feed on human blood or human flesh although local folklore (including its variations) commonly agrees that a Penanggal prefers the blood of a newborn infant, the blood of woman who recently gave birth or the placenta (which is devoured by the Penanggal after it is buried). All folktales also agree that a Penanggal flies as it searches and lands to feed. One variation of the folklore however claims that a Penanggal is able to pass through walls. Other, perhaps more chilling, descriptions say that the Penanggal can ooze up through the cracks in the floorboards of a house, rising up into the room where an infant or woman is sleeping. Sometimes they are depicted as able to move their intestines like tentacles.

The most common remedy prescribed in Malaysian folklore to protect against a Penanggal attack is to scatter the thorny leaves of a local plant known as Mengkuang which would either trap or injure the exposed lungs, stomach and intestines of the Penanggal as it flies in search of its prey. These thorns, on the vine, can also be looped around the windows of a house in order to snare the trailing organs. This is commonly done when a woman has just given birth. However this practice will not protect the infant if the Penanggal decides to pass through the floorboards. In some instances, it is said that months before birth, family members of the pregnant women would plant pineapples under the house(traditional malay houses are built on stilts and thus have a lot of room underneath). The prickly fruit and leaves of the pineapple would deter the penanggalan from entering through the floorboards. Once trapped, a Penanggalan who attacks the house can then be killed with parangs or machetes. As an extra precaution the pregnant woman can keep scissors or betel nut cutters under her pillow as the Penanggalan is afraid of these items.

Another way of killing the vampire is for some brave men to spy on the Penanggalan as it flies around in the night. Midwives who become Penanggalans at night appear as normal women in the daytime. They however can be identified as Penanggalans by the way they behave. When meeting people they will usually avoid eye contact and when performing their midwife duties they may be seen licking their lips, as if relishing the thought of feeding on the pregnant woman's blood when night comes. The men should find out where the Penanggalan lives. Once the Penanggal leaves its body and is safely away, it may be permanently destroyed by either pouring pieces of broken glass into the empty neck cavity which will sever the internal organs of the Penanggal when it reattaches to the body, or by sanctifying the body and then destroying it by cremation or by somehow denying the Penanggal from reattaching to its body upon sunrise.

Another non-lethal way to get rid of penanggalan is to turn over the body, so that when the head attached back it will be attached reverse side, thereby revealing to everyone what she really is.

Unlike Manananggal, all Penanggal are females and there is no variation in Malaysian folklore to suggest a Penanggal to be male. Another notable difference between a Penanggal and Manananggal is that a Penanggal detaches only her head with her lungs, stomach and intestines attached while leaving the body before coming back and soak her innards in a pre-prepared container filled with vinegar to fit back into the body. Additionally, unlike the Manananggal which uses a proboscis-like tongue, a Penanggal is commonly depicted as having fangs. The number of fangs varies from one region to another, ranging from two like the Western vampire to a mouthful of fangs.

ps: kalau penanggalan secantik wanita di gambar itu, verebut jantan kejar nok!

Tempat ke 3 pula jatuh kepada LANGSUIR
Langsuir adalah sejenis makhluk halus penghisap darah dalam kepercayaan masyarakat Melayu. Langsuir dipercayai akan merasuk mangsa dan menghisap darah mangsa secara perlahan-lahan sehingga mati.

Terdapat sesetengah pendapat bahawa Langsuir berasal daripada wanita yang mati bersalin atau selepas itu.

Langsuir dipercayai mampu menyerupai seorang perempuan yang cantik dan mengoda lelaki agar mengikuti mereka ketempat sunyi. Apabila sampai ketempat yang sunyi, langsuir akan berubah kembali kepada rupa asal dan akan merobek perut mangsa atau mencekik leher mangsa dan menghisap darah mereka.

Kelebihan
Sekiranya dipaku di belakang tengkoknya akan menjadi seorang wanita yang cantik

Kekurangan
Ayat Kursi di Al-Quran dan ayat Al- Hashr ayat ter akhir (ke 24)

ps: siap ada kelebihan dan kelemahan tu. So praktikkan. Tumpang tanya, yang dipakukan lepas tu jadi lelaki handsome tak ada ke? OPS~


Tempat ke 2 milik POCONG
A pocong is an Indonesian or Malaysian ghost that is said to be the soul of a dead person trapped in their suit. The pocong suit (shroud) is used by Muslims to cover the body of the dead person. They cover the dead body with white fabric and tie the clothing over the head, under the feet, and on the neck. According to the native beliefs, the soul of a dead person will stay on the earth for 40 days after the death. When the ties aren't released after 40 days, the body is said to jump out from the grave to warn people that the soul need the bonds to be released. After the ties are released, the soul will leave the earth and never show up anymore. Because of the tie under the feet, the ghost can't walk. This causes the pocong to hop.

Faham tak? kalau tak berapa faham strawberry cuba translate-kan dalam bahasa Melayu yang telah diolah. Ha menurut kepercayaan orang Melayu, hantu pocong ni adalah hantu orang mati . Dia bangkit untuk meminta tolong membuka ikatan kafannya yang telah terlupa dibuka. Pocong ni khas untuk mayat orang Muslimlah. Sebab hantu ini berbungkus dengan kain kafan. Menurut cerita orang Melayu, setiap manusia yang baru meninggal dunia, rohnya akan bergentayangan di dunia selama 40 hari sebelum kembali ke alam keduanya. Namun dalam kes ini, pocong akan bangkit selepas 40 hari meninggal dunia jika ikatan kafan di bahagian kepalanya tidak dibuka. Pocong akan keluar dari kubur untuk meminta tolong pada waris terdekat untuk membukakan ikatan kafan itu. Selepas ada yang membuka ikatan itu, pocong akan kembali ke kubur semula dan tidak akan memunculkan dirinya lagi. Memandangkan kafannya diikat pada bahagian kepala, leher dan kaki, pocong tidak dapat berjalan. Sebab itu pocong melompat. Bagitulah maksud ayat inggeris kat atas tu. walaupun tak sama 100% tapi begitulah maksudnya. Sebab keterangan pasal hantu pocong ni sikit strawberry alih bahasa. Kalau panjang macam toyol dengan langsuri tu kim salam je. Hahahahaha...

Juara hantu palang popular adalah milik PUNTIANAK
Puntianak atau lebih popular dieja sebagai pontianak, dipercayai oleh masyarakat Melayu bahawa ia berasal daripada perempuan yang mati ketika mengandungkan anaknya. Terdapat juga pendapat menyatakan bahawa ia merupakan jin (hantu) liar yang bertindak mengganggu manusia.

Puntianak ini dikatakan mempunyai lubang dibelakang tengkuknya. Sesiapa yang berjaya hidup ketika berjumpa puntianak dalam jelmaan wanita dan memasukkan paku ke dalam lubang ini dikatakan menjadikan puntianak tersebut kekal menjadi wanita cantik. Sekiranya paku itu dikeluarkan, ia akan kembali sebagai puntianak. Bagaimanapun, anda dinasihatkan agar tidak cuba memaku mana-mana wanita yang dijumpai kerana akhirnya anda mungkin akan dituduh membunuh.

Hantu puntianak dikatakan sering menjelma sebagai wanita cantik yang berjalan seorang diri dijalan yang sunyi. Oleh itu, cerita ini kemungkinan bertujuan menghindari golongan wanita daripada diganggu oleh pemuda-pemuda yang takutkan puntianak ketika berjalan seorang diri di jalan yang sunyi.


Ha...strawberry harap input yang strawberry posted ni dapat menambah pengetahuan anda mengenai hantu yang paling popular di malaysia dari dahulu sehingga kini. Jangan ada yang tak tidur malam lak tgok gambar2 hantu ini. Strawberry tegok pun dah cuak2 ni. hahahaha... ejoy!

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