Saturday, March 31, 2012

Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man: A Study in Terror and Healing

Working with the image of the Indian shaman as Wild Man, Taussig reveals not the magic of the shaman but that of the politicizing fictions creating the effect of the real."This extraordinary book . . . will encourage ever more critical and creative explorations."—Fernando Coronil, American Journal of Sociology "Taussig has brought a formidable collection of data from arcane literary,

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

The Hollow Bone: A Field Guide to Shamanism

Shamanism is the oldest living path of spirituality and healing, dating back tens of thousands of years, yet many people don't know what it is or are confused about the practice. In The Hollow Bone, shaman, teacher, and author Colleen Deatsman unveils the mysterious world of Shamanism as it is still practiced today all around the world.Deatsman explains that shamanism is not a religion with a

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012


Wild boars were considered worthy adversaries by ancient hunters in Europe. They are fierce, agile and strong, with sharp tusks. They can weigh 200 pounds.

Escaped domesticated boars (swine) turn dark and look like feral boars in the wild. They are even larger and can be just as dangerous.

For more information on the spirit of the boar, visit the website of Iolair, who works with the

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