Shamanism: archaic techniques of ecstasy

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Routledge & K. Pauk, 1964 - Shamanism - 610 pages
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Review: Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen)

User Review  - Witch'sCat - Goodreads

The experiences that Eliade describes in the book are priceless! Though speaking from the perspective of a newcomer to the whole subject of Shamanism, I would have preferred if some technical terms ... Read full review

Review: Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen)

User Review  - Philippe Malzieu - Goodreads

I had undertaken to read all Eliade's book so much he gave me keys in the comprehension of the world. This book documented very well appears to me paradoxically most anecdotic. Undoubtedly the new age ... Read full review

Contents

Approaches 3The Bestowal of Shamanic Powers 18
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Recruiting among the Tungus 17 Recruiting among
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Initiatory Sicknesses and Dreams
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