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Japanese Shaman

Kusakabe Kimbei 日下部 金兵衛 - A Miko 巫女 (Shrine Maiden) performing a Kagura 神楽 (a Shinto “God entertainment” dance) - Japan - Hand colored albumen print -

The most powerful shamans from Sweden, Greenland, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, South Korea, and Kazakhstan have arrived in the Republic of Tuva in southern Siberia for a new international festival devoted to shamanic culture.

The most powerful shamans from around the world have arrived in the Republic of Tuva in southern Siberia for a new international festival devoted to shamanic culture

(via MONGOLIAN Shamans TOLI MELONG BRONZE MIRROR |...

Note all the bells, bells are a feature found in Siberian Shamanism also. Oriental bells are often made differently than Eurasian ones, but these bells are also seen in the Birka Iron Age Sweden site.

Shaman Kular MOKUR-OOL beats his dungur (drum) over fire as he blesses the arjan (sacred spring).

Siberian Shaman beats his drum over the fire as he blesses the sacred spring.

Ritual Objects at 3Worlds - The Shamanism Website

Website for the shamanism podcast, ritual shamanic objects gallery.

Photo of a Kham Magar shaman in Nepal that was taken by my friend, Bhola Banstola and his wife, Mariarosa Genitrini

(shaman) Shamanism cannot be fully understood without understanding the significance of shamanic ritual tools, just as the spirit cannot be comprehended without matter! A shaman’s sacred implements may be of many different kinds.

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