shamanism

[ shah-muh-niz-uh m, shey-, sham-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF shamanism

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Cosmic origins, however, seem to be felt as allied to shamanism and doctoring.

Their religion is a hotchpotch of Shamanism, Mahommedanism and Christianity.

It would seem that the characteristic traits of shamanism are common to all the Eskimo tribes.

In some other Buddhist countries a kind of Shamanism is practically dominant.

To describe exactly what Shamanism is would be no easy task.

Their only religion so far had been Shamanism, a primitive paganism.

Their religion is Shamanism, a species of idolatry very prevalent amongst the inhabitants of Siberia.

Among the Bouriats, Shamanism was almost universal as late as one hundred and fifty years ago.

We call it Animism, Shamanism, and in a certain specific form, Fetishism.

The alien rulers, in turn, had brought their own mixture of worship of Heaven and shamanism.

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