Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians by Warren Jefferson

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This book provides an in-depth look at spiritual experiences about which very little has been written. The well-researched stories and commentary presented are drawn from primary sources of information, anthropological records and traditional belief origins. Accounts include a Winnebago shaman’s initiation, the Cherokee’s Orpheus myth, the Ghost Dance Religion of the Lakota, the Gitxan Reincarnation Case of Rhonda Mead, and many others. Interspersed among the stories are historic black and white photographs of North American Indians.

About Warren Jefferson

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Warren Jefferson is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer. He is also the author of The Neti Pot and The World of Chief Seattle.
Published March 10, 2009 by Native Voices. 212 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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