Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa: Zulu high sanusi

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Ringing Rocks Press in association with Leet's Island Books, Apr 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 181 pages
Vusumazulu Credo Mutwa tells the story of his life as an artist, political activist, and healer. Mutwa, the most famous African traditional healer of the 20th century, shares the wisdom of Africa’s traditional sangomas and healers in this beautiful volume, which includes an audio CD that captures the prayers, sacred songs, and sounds of the culture. In addition to his works as a healer and champion of native South Africans and their culture, Mutwa is an outspoken artist and critic best known for his sculpture and paintings. Includes audio CD.

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The newest entry in the "Profiles of Healing" series, this fascinating volume casts light on a very little-known sect on a small island in the Caribbean, the St. Vincent Shakers, or "Spiritual ... Read full review

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Preface Zululand
11
Lotlamoreng Cultural Village
83
African Healing
150
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Bradford Keeney, PhD, is the editor of the previous Profiles of Healing books and is the author of Shaking Out the Spirits, Aesthetics of Change, and Mind in Therapy.

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