Ket Shamanism

@inproceedings{Vajda2010KetS,
  title={Ket Shamanism},
  author={Edward J. Vajda},
  year={2010}
}
This article surveys what is known about traditional shamanism among the Ket people living in the Yenisei River area of central Siberia. It provides an overview of practices, beliefs, paraphernalia, and linguistic aspects of Ket shamanism. The article also outlines how Ket shamanism came to the attention of the outside world. It also describes the current state of shamanism among the Ket living in Turukhansk District, citing information gathered on the authors expedition to the Yenisei and… CONTINUE READING
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