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Realm of the extra-human

agents and audiences
  • 556 Pages
  • 0.86 MB
  • English
Mouton, distributed by Aldine , The Hague, Chicago
Religion -- Congresses, Rites and ceremonies -- Congresses, Shamanism -- Congr
Statemented. Agehananda Bharati.
SeriesWorld anthropology
ContributionsAgehananda Bharati, Swami, 1923-
LC ClassificationsBL21 .I64 1973a
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 556 p., [6] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4591068M
ISBN 100202900266
LC Control Number77353256

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“The Spirit ‘Rides’ or the Spirit ‘Comes”: Possession in a North Indian Village. In The Realm of the Extra-Human: Agents and Audiences, ed. Cognition, gnosis, when it rises from the intellectual to the trans-intellectual realm, leads into the conception of a higher world-creative entity.

This being is infinitely superior to everything seen as the world by man, and so are the other lofty beings it produces out of itself — the aeons. Q: Does The Urantia Book discuss any hitherto unknown human senses or abilities?.

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esp. 18 (hereafter, Realm of Extra-Human); cf. also idem, "Introduction: A Framework for the Comparative Study of Altered States of Consciousness," in Religion, Altered States of Conscious ness,ness, and Social Change (ed.

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Younger, Paul (). Playing Host to Deity. The very idea that shamans communicated with some “extra-sensory” or “non-material” realm of disembodied spirits was a foreign imposition.

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