Shamans of the World: Extraordinary First-Person Accounts of Healings, Mysteries, and Miracles
What would you see if you could view the world through the eyes of a Din healer, a Zulu High Sanusi, or a Shaker from St. Vincent Island? The answer can be found in Shamans of the World, an intimate encounter with traditional healers from nine unique indigenous cultures. Through mesmerizing first-hand accounts of miraculous transformation and healing, Shamans of the World transports you to the otherworldly reality of the shaman.
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