Ritual clown
Ritual clowns, also called sacred clowns, are a characteristic feature of the ritual life of many traditional religions, and they typically employ scatology and sexual obscenities. Ritual clowning is ...
Heyoka
Among the Lakota people, the heyoka (heyókȟa, also spelled "haokah," "heyokha") was a contrarian, jester, satirist or sacred clown. The heyoka spoke, moved and reacted in an opposite fashion to the pe...
Heyoka - Wikipedia
Clown society
Clown society is a term used in anthropology and sociology for an organization of comedic entertainers (Heyoka or "clowns") who have a formalized role in a culture or society.
Sometimes clown soci...
Pueblo Clowns
Pueblo Clowns (sometimes called Sacred Clowns) is a generic term for jester or trickster in the Kachina religion practiced by the Pueblo Indians of the southwestern USA. There are a number of figures ...
Pueblo Clowns - Wikipedia