Shamanists worship a supreme being, the creator of the world, but indifferent to human actions.
All these Siberian tribes and many others are Shamanists, and are so called after their priests, Shamans.
Yet, besides the Ainos,14 there are millions of Japanese who are Shamanists, even though they know not the name or organized cult.
Others are Shamanists, and their most sacred spot is the Shamanic stone at the mouth of the river Angar.
The Shamanists believe that the souls of the departed are transported on to this rock after death.