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An incantation recited by mystics to repel evil spirits and malevolent beings. Its origin is unclear but some say that the language used might be of Vedic Sanskrit or Swahili.
There are a few unwritten accounts by the townsfolk in southeast Asia about certain paranormal events in which they, in order to survive, recited the Anra-tuba Dua five times. The phrase goes like “lim-angra tubpar-a samanun upa” or “lim-anta rubpar-ha samanun upa” in some sub-dialect.
Reciting it five times will repel the evil spirits, the locals say. In some remote parts of the world, shamans and witch-doctors recite the Anra-tuba dua for exorcism or on few occasions, to cure disease.