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Shamanism has influenced a significant number of, religious traditions which are experiencing revival today. Shamanism claims contact with supernatural entities for a variety of purposes, including psychotherapy and scientific purposes, as well as religious. This book delves into the purpose and powers of the Shaman, as well as the dangers.

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ISBN: 9781937136918
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