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Shamanism on Radio Wasteland
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We interviewed Author Tomás Prower about his book Morbid Magic: Death Spirituality and Culture from Around the World. Morbid Magic: Death Spirituality and Culture from Around the World: The Ultimate Book on Macabre Lore & Spiritual Traditions from Yesterday & Today Written with a mix of reverence, approachability, and deadpan wit by a… Continue reading Death Spirituality and Culture from Around the World: Tomás Prower
Writer, artist, and esotericist, Daniel lives and operates within the Kansas City metropolitan area with his wife and kids. Daniel has published fiction and nonfiction works around the world in magazines, journals, gaming modules, and online. He has also authored several books including RED MASS, MACHINE ELVES 101, ORACLE, as well as contributing to Ross… Continue reading Shamanic Qabalah with Daniel Moler, MLA
Join us as we discuss pre-indigenous Christian European spirituality with Shaman Michael William Denney. Michael William Denney is a Practicing Shaman, Intuitive Relationship Consultant, Author, Teacher, Vedic Astrologer, and Qigong Instructor. He has written 13 books with more on the way, and he has also produced 35 instructional DVDs in Qigong, Shamanism, Meditation, Yoga, and… Continue reading Shamanism and Mysticism w/ Shaman Michael William Denney
Native American Shamanism
Native American shamanism is the beliefs and practices of the indigenous people of North America. Native American shamanism is a type of animistic spirituality that focuses on the belief that everything in the universe has a spirit that can be communicated with. Shamans are believed to be able to communicate with these spirits in order to heal the sick, bring good luck, and ward off evil.
Shamanism can mean many things to different Native American tribes. There is tremendous diversity among Native American religions and beliefs. Some Native American religions are polytheistic and believe in multiple gods and goddesses, while others are monotheistic and believe in one creator god or goddess. Some Native American religions focus on nature, while others focus on ancestor worship. There is also great diversity in Native American spiritual practices, which can include rituals, ceremonies, and other forms of expression.
Russian or Tungusic Shamanism
Russian shamanism is a tradition of shamanic practices that involves the use of trance induction to achieve altered states of consciousness in order to interact with the spirit world. Shamans are believed to be able to heal the sick, communicate with the dead, and help their community in times of need.
Hmong shamanism is a type of animism that attributes spiritual qualities to animals, plants, objects, and natural phenomena. Hmong shamans believe that everything in the universe is interconnected and that they can influence the world around them through their spiritual powers. It is based on the belief that there is a spirit world that exists alongside the physical world. Shamans act as mediators between the two worlds and use their powers to help their community in a variety of ways. They may help to heal the sick, find lost objects, and communicate with the dead.
Shinto (Japanese Shamanism)
Japanese shamanism, also known as Shinto, is a religion that focuses on the worship of nature spirits. Shamans, or priests, perform rituals to appease the spirits and bring good luck to the community. It originated in Japan in the late 6th century AD. It’s based on the belief in the presence of spirits in the natural world. Shinto followers believe that these spirits, or kami, can be found in everything from mountains and trees to animals and humans.
Korean shamanism, also known as Muism or Sinism, is the indigenous religion of Korea which dates back to prehistoric times. It is characterized by its belief in and worship of nature spirits and ancestors. Its main practices include shamanic rituals, divination, and healing.