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Author Topic: Shamanism books?  (Read 9759 times)
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« Reply #6: July 25, 2007, 07:26:37 pm »

Is anyone familiar with either of these books?:

Fire in the Head:  Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit, but Tom Cowan
Shamans/Neo-Shamans:  Ecstasies, Alternative Archeologies, and Contemporary Pagans, by Robert J. Wallis

I've read Cowan's, and would have to agree that much of what you can find, in terms of mythology, is probably stuff you've already seen. However, it's interesting to see him applying shamanism to Celtic story, and it made me think about things at least.

Not a bad read, in my book.

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