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Shamanism is at the present time the popular religion, if indeed there is any that can be so designated.
COREA OR CHO-SENA (ARNOLD) HENRY SAVAGE-LANDOR
Whether we call it fetichism, shamanism, nature worship or heathenism in its myriad forms, it is there in awful reality.
THE RELIGIONS OF JAPANWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
In its rudest forms, this pantheism branches out into animism or shamanism, fetichism and phallicism.
THE RELIGIONS OF JAPANWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
All are pagans and indulge in Shamanism, but each tribe has forms of its own.
The Goldees and Mangoons practice Shamanism in its general features, and have a few customs peculiar to themselves.
The Bhudistic faith was thus founded and spread over the country until Shamanism was gradually superseded.
When shamanism prevailed in this region many human sacrifices were made at the sacred rock.
I suppose, therefore, it refers to some act of shamanism the design of which was to injure a neighbor.
The worship and the priest's office (Shaman, Shamanism) consist here chiefly in the use of charms, to exorcise a dreaded power.
A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF RELIGIONSJOHANNES HENRICUS SCHOLTEN
The popular cult is, however, the propitiation of demons, a modification of the Shamanism of northern Asia.

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