The Ju/’hosani do have many beliefs. However, none of their beliefs are so abundant that they control multiple aspects of their lives. They know what they believe in and they know how to control it.
The Ju/’hoansi have no belief in one single God. Rather they believe that their beginnings started when animals and people all lived together and had the guidance of an elephant that they viewed as a higher God. There were also lesser Gods that they often viewed as a joker of their society.
The ancestral ghosts of the living are responsible for most of the illnesses, deaths, and misfortunes. The Ju/’hoansi believe that death turns people bad. The Ju/’hoansi are very peaceful people and when they pass on they miss the love that they had when they were alive. Therefore they send death and misfortune to their surviving kin so that they can be reunited in the next life.