3 edition of Folk beliefs and shamanistic traditions in Siberia found in the catalog.
Folk beliefs and shamanistic traditions in Siberia
|Statement||edited by Vilmos Diószegi ; selected reprints edited by Mihály Hoppál ; [translated by S. Simon ; English translation revised by Stephen P. Dunn].|
|Series||Biblioteca shamanistica,, v. 3|
|Contributions||Diószegi, Vilmos., Hoppál, Mihály., International Society for Shamanistic Research.|
|LC Classifications||BL2370.S5 F65 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||97183716|
Remnants of Norse shamanic spirituality have survived in myths, folk traditions, and written records from Iceland, providing many clues about the ancient European shaman’s world, especially when examined . Shamanism: A Selected Annotated Bibliography* Folk Beliefs and Shamanistic Traditions in Siberia. Vol. 4: Musi, Carla Corradi. “The Element Library is a collection of beautifully illustrated titles on world traditions and beliefs. Each book .
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(15 Apr ) LEADIN: In the bleak Russian outpost of Siberia the ancient tradition of the shaman continues to thrive. The shaman is a spiritual man who is in tune with nature and his followers. Shamanism is a practice that involves a practitioner reaching altered states of consciousness in order to perceive and interact with what they believe to be a spirit world and channel these transcendental .
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Evidence of shamanic practices has been found in Scandinavia, Siberia. In depth comparative study of the Siberian Shamanism from around Lake Baikal (Buryat-Mongol Bo Murgel religion also known as Tengrism) and Tiberan Bon culture and rituals.
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