Encyclopedia of World Mythology
The myriad rituals used by medicine men, shamans and elders to call upon the spirits, the customary beliefs in the powers of the gods, and the social and cultural influences behind these beliefs are all explained within this volume.
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There was already a smith at Tara , came the reply , by the name of Colum
Cuaillemech ; he was very talented and he had already invented three new
techniques . In successive attempts Lugh told the gatekeeper that he was a
champion , a ...
As his half - brothers were concerned with the establishment of the jealous of him
, his mother told him to state and not with the origin of the people's flee . Fooling
the king , he took some culture . It also differs from heroic tales told good horses ...
CHIPPEWA MYTHS mostly cautionary tales told by women to T THE CHIPPEWA
are Algonkian - speaking young girls showing them how to behave ; HIAWATHA -
THE - COMBERnative Americans who lived in the region windigo tales about ...
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This is an old book (1970s) I inherited from my father. It's rather intense so I only refer to it when one of my 'newer' books can't answer one of my questions. My favourite sections would be the one ... Read full review