Shamanism in Northern and Southern Eurasia

@article{Witzel2011ShamanismIN,
  title={Shamanism in Northern and Southern Eurasia},
  author={M. Witzel},
  journal={Social Science Information},
  year={2011},
  volume={50},
  pages={39 - 61}
}
  • M. Witzel
  • Published 2011
  • History
  • Social Science Information
  • This article seeks to establish that the ‘southern’ shamanism of the San, Andamanese and Australian Aboriginals differs substantially from the well-known ‘classical’ Siberian version found in various forms in large parts of Eurasia and the Americas (‘Laurasia’). The typical southern (‘Gondwana’) shamanistic features of heat rising up the spine are linked to medieval Indian Kundalini yoga and some representations in Paleolithic art. This process is an important aspect of the change of… CONTINUE READING
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