American Shaman: An Odyssey of Global Healing Traditions
Routledge, Mar 1, 2004 - Medical - 280 pages
Written for therapists, scholars, clergy, students, and those with an interest in non-traditional healing practices, this book tells the story of Bradford Keeney, the first non-African to be inducted as a shaman in the Kung Bushman and Zulu cultures.
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