Friday, September 20, 2013

A Mongolian Shaman in Atheist China

We study the role of shamans in World Religions when we study indigenous religions in Africa and North America. Here is the story of a Mongolian shaman in atheist China. The Guardian suggests that the shaman's position is becoming "increasingly precarious in atheist China."

A shaman in any indigenous religion serves as an intermediary between the human and spiritual world. You can read more about shamans here at the National Geographic .

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