Native American Religions (World Religions)

This book delves into the origins, primitive beliefs, ancestral spirits, practices, and rituals of Native Americans, providing readers with an insightful exploration of a worldview vastly distinct from the more established major world religions.

This book offers a straightforward account of the deep-rooted beliefs held by Native Americans.

It explores their strong belief in ancestral spirits and the invocation of magical forces, particularly during times of war or hunting. It also sheds light on their simple mindsets and lifestyles, the significance of sacrifice rituals performed by Shamans, their adherence to tribal laws, and their use of mythical language to describe and understand the world around them


Paula R. Hartz


A. Pashaei

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Hard cover

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New published

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