Juluka in the mythology of the Caribbeans, is a mighty spirit, living on fish, doves, and other animals. He is of gigantic size, walks over land and sea, and his head projects far above the clouds. His forehead is decorated by a beautiful bandage, made of the feathers of the colibri, splendidly colored; this he shows morning and evening. It is the rainbow. The remainder of the body remains hid in the clouds. If this spirit does not find enough to eat he causes sickness among the inhabitants. SEE JOULOUKA.

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