Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians

  • Pages:208
  • Publisher:Book Publishing Company
  • Themes:reincarnation, ghost dance, Cherokee Orpheus myth, Winnebago shaman, Hopi skeleton house
  • Available:04/05/2009
  • Age Groups:Adult Nonfiction
Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians provides an in-depth, meticulously documented assortment of spiritual legends, beliefs and stories that offer a fascinating look into the rich and varied psychic life experiences of the American Indian. Stories from a cross-section of North American tribes include a Winnebago shaman’s initiation, the Cherokee’s Orpheus myth, the Hopi’s “Journey to the Skeleton House,” the Ghost Dance religion of the Lakota, and an Inuit man’s life as numerous animals. References and resources are indexed in the back of the book.