Sacred Geography: Shamanism Among the Buddhist Peoples of Russia
"This book examins the re-emergence of Shamanism among the Buddhist peoples of Russia as this emergence was described by informants in 1996, about five years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and after the collapse of much of its ideology, specifically Athesim and Collectivization".--BOOKJACKET.
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