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Jun 06, Solomon Islands Tree Cutting Culture. The solomon islands has more than million hectares ( million acres) of forest covering about 80 percent of its land area. However, experts say current rates of tree felling are unsustainable, restrictions on log. In those islands, the tribal don't cut down a tree. Solomon islanders began to use iron adzes, axes and other tools as soon.
May 07, Magic, Wisdom.
13 Comments. According to some reports in the Solomon Islands of the pacific the islanders practice a special form of curse magic. If a tree needs to be cut down and it is too big to be chopped down, it is brought down by the combined efforts of the Islanders cursing negatively and yelling at the tree.
This negative energy somehow damages the tree’s life energy the result being after about 30 days of getting cursed the tree.
In the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific some villagers practice a unique form of cutting trees down. If a tree is too large to be cut with an ax, the natives cut it down by shouting at it. Men with special powers get on the tree just in the early morning hours and suddenly scream at it at the top of their lungs. After thirty days of doing this, the tree dies and falls over.