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Published on Sep 5, 2011
Documentary of Hmong ghost Tswv Xyas (Owner 7). This ghost or beast have been known to the Hmong and it's ancestor for years. Have nothing to do with religion. So this is not a Shaman or Christan thing, people. Hmong American don't know much about this and their background so I just want to share it. I don't own this.
History... Owner 7 (Tswv Xya) is a Hmong man who learn the black magic of transforming into a tiger.. In those old days in Laos mostly everybody is a hunter...Tswv Xya with his advantage used to his black magic to turn into a tiger to haunt for his food. But to be effected he cover his head with one of em bamboo basket than he turn into tiger. He'll need some help from fellows to knock off that basket after he came back from the haunt so he can be human again. As for one day some Khamu friends from the local village ask him to haunt em a cow at their farm so they can share it for dinner. Tswv agreed to do so than go back onto doing his black magic and turn into a tiger. The men watch as go. For this time he instead of bitten the cow he bite one those the Khamu lady who still at the farm house. This cause the men to be scared Tswv xya come to men who had already left so there's no one now to hit off the basket from his head, For that reason he can't go back into the village cause he'll scared the locals. He run off to forest where he started his new journey there. He was lonely now still with his full black magic still in power that's when he starts to come pick up, take spirit, or recruit people into creature form. He would take the locals peoples soul and body and replace with something else. Back then in the old days, Owner 7 like to take those who are smart that are very tenanted such as those who can blow the Hmong flute (qeej) and those who are very good at singing kwv txhiaj and other smart, cute, gorgeous, pretty handsome mostly small children etc. I may be wrong but this is the facts what I hear from the older and honorable folks.