Shamanism in Siberia
Shamanism represents a large minority in Northern Asia, particularly Siberia, which is regarded by some as the heartland of shamanism. It is inhabited by a variety of ethnic groups, many of whom obser...
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Imitation of natural sounds related to various shamanistic beliefs or practice
Shamanism in various cultures shows great diversity. In some cultures, shamanic music may intentionally mimic natural sounds, sometimes with onomatopoiea. Imitation of natural sounds may also serve ot...
Shamanic music
Shamanic music includes both music used as part of shamans' rituals and music that refers to, or draws on, this. A shaman's ritual is a ritual and not a musical performance, and this shapes its musica...
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Tadibya
Tadibya (tádyebya; Russian: тадебя) is the mediator between the ordinary world and the upper- and underworlds of the spirits among the Nenets people. The Nenets rank their shamans by their spiritu...
Shamanistic remnants in Hungarian folklore
Hungarian shamanism is discovered through comparative methods in ethnology, designed to analyse and search ethnographic data of Hungarian folktales, songs, language, comparative cultures and historica...
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Turkic mythology
Turkic mythology embraces Tengriist and Shamanist traditions as well as all cultural and social subjects being a nomad folk. Later, especially after Turkic migration some of the myths were decorated w...
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Shamanism among Eskimo peoples
Shamanism among Eskimo peoples refers to those aspects of the Eskimo cultures that are related to the shamans’ role as a mediator between people and spirits, souls, and mythological beings. Such belie...
Yılgayakh
Yılgayah (Turkish: Yılgayak, Azerbaijanese: İlqayax; means "Year-Passing") or Ulugh-Kun ("Great Day" in Old and Middle Turkic) was the spring festival of Turkic shamanism. It was celebrated on or abou...
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Oshlaq-ay
A month of the shamanic calendar of the Eurasian nomadic peoples, particularly the Turks. Oshlaq-ay began around March 21 with the celebration of Ulugh Kun.
Todote
Todote is the Samoyed god of evil and death, identified with the Turkic god Erlik.
Umay
Umay (also known as Umai; in Old Turkic: , Kazakh: Ұмай ана, Russian: Ума́й or Ымай ) is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism and as such related to women, mothers ...
Tale of the Nisan Shaman
The Tale of the Nisan Shaman (also spelled "Nishan"; Manchu: ᠨᡳᡧᠠᠨ ᠰᠠᠮᠠᠨ ᡳ ᠪᡳᡨᡥᡝ; Möllendorff: Nišan saman-i bithe) is a Manchu folk tale about a female shaman who resurrects the son of ...
Korean shamanism
Korean shamanism, also known as Muism (Korean: 무교 Mugyo "mu [shaman] religion") or Sinism (신교 Singyo "religion of the shin (hanja: 神 ) [gods]", is the ethnic religion of Korea and the Koreans. Alt...
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Zonget
Zonget is a Mansi nature goddess.Zonget was known as "mistress of herds", ruling over all birds, animals and the people that hunt them. Birds and animals would allow themselves to be trapped if she or...
Odigitrievsky Cathedral
Cathedral of Our Lady of Smolensk (Russian: Одигитриевский собор) is a Russian Orthodox cathedral in the old downtown of Ulan Ude, Russia. It is dedicated to the icon of the Theotokos, known in Gr...
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Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint Joseph at Irkutsk
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint Joseph at Irkutsk (Latin: Ircutscana Sancti Iosephi) is a diocese located in the city of Irkutsk, which is part of the ecclesiastical province of the Roman Cath...
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Ukulan-tojon
Ukulan-tojon or Ed'uget-tojon, Ed'uget-bootur was the chief water spirit of the Yakuts.
Reindeer in Siberian shamanism
Reindeer in Siberian shamanism reflect the cultural, as well as the economic, relationship between the native peoples of Siberia, a region of Northern Asia, and the reindeer that live there. It invol...
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Xaya Iccita
Xaya Iccita is the Yakut god of mountains.
Finnish neopaganism
Finnish Neopaganism, or the Finnish native faith (Finnish: Suomenusko: "Finnish Faith") is the contemporary Neopagan revival of Finnish paganism, the pre-Christian polytheistic ethnic religion of ...
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Yekyua
Yekyua or "mother animal" is a class of Yakut spirits that remain hidden until the snow melts in the Spring. Each yekyua is associated with a particular animal, and they act as familiar spirits to pro...