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Alternate lesson plan to go with "Archaeological evidence of shamanism's ancient roots" module
Archaeological evidence of shamanism's ancient roots
Comparison of Roman and Celtic Drinking Practices
Guardian and Helper Spirits
Possible lesson plan to go with "Archaeological evidence of shamanism's ancient roots" module
Shamanic Cosmoses and the Spirit World
Shamanic trances: Dancing
Shamanic trances: Drugs
Shamanic trances: Drumming
Shamanic trances: Soul flight and other methods of communicating with spirits
Shamanic trances: The definition of trance and why it is important to understanding shamans
Shamanic trances: Tools of trance
Shamanism and Religion
Shamanism, Souls, and Spirits
Soul Flight: The shaman's passage to the spirit world
The definitions of shaman: Early European definition
The definitions of shaman: Introduction
The definitions of shaman: Modern anthropological definitions
The definitions of shaman: Modern English definitions
The definitions of shaman: Summary
The definitions of shaman: The author's definition
The definitions of shaman: The birth of anthropology and the search for "primitive" man
The definitions of shaman: The origins and pronunciation of the word shaman
The neuroscientist and the anthropologist: An imaginary example of how two different scholars might arrive at two very different definitions for the word trance
What does 'shaman' mean? - Lesson Plan
What does 'shaman' mean? The dispute surrounding the definition and correct use of the word 'shaman'
What is trance? The complex relationship between shamans and the altered state of consciousness called 'trance' (full article: contains all other shorter modules on trance)
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