Let them perform a lustration; let them purify this House, and this country, from this sin.
The corpse also must be subjected to a lustration by which it is purified.
He had been obliged to undergo a lustration of near an hour, before he could be put to bed.
In this case the sole purpose of the sweating is obviously that of lustration.
As water is the most common element, so also is it the most common magical means of lustration.
Birds are unceasingly attentive to neatness and lustration of their plumage.
Sacrifices of lustration and expiation were very common, not so much for moral offences as for ceremonial mistakes.
It is neither immersion nor sprinkling nor any other mode of lustration which marks us out as God's.
Here again, as in the Australian initiation ceremonies, lustration by fire signifies a magic act having reference to the future.
Wundts further elucidations refer to the relation of taboo to lustration and sacrifice.