Mistress of Animals


Historical dictionary of shamanism. . 2007.

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  • Master or Mistress of Animals —    Shamans in many cultures are required to mediate between their community and the powerful other than human persons who control the existence and movements of animals. Offenses against animals or against the Master or Mistress of Animals (or of …   Historical dictionary of shamanism

  • Animals —    Shamans engage with animals in a range of significant ways. In societies that live by hunting, shamans may journey beyond their physical location or seek the aid of knowledgeable otherthanhuman helpers to locate prey. They may also seek… …   Historical dictionary of shamanism

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  • Sedna —    Inuit otherworld, underwater Mistress of Animals. Part of the job of Inuit shamans, angakkut (See Angakkoq), is to mediate between their communities and Sedna, especially to deal with breaches of taboos that have caused Sedna to withhold sea… …   Historical dictionary of shamanism

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