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IRON SHAMAN'S BIRDS - These birds, made of iron, and made by Neplease shamans for ceremony. They have stem under them that acts as a spike, enabling them to be pushed into wood or into the top of a wooden pole. Similar birds can be seen used by some Siberian shamans, either made of wood or of iron, and these are pushed into tall wooden poles around sacred areas.

IRON SHAMAN'S BIRDS - These birds, made of iron, and made by Neplease shamans for ceremony. They have stem under them that acts as a spike, enabling them to be pushed into wood or into the top of a wooden pole. Similar birds can be seen used by some Siberian shamans, either made of wood or of iron, and these are pushed into tall wooden poles around sacred areas.

Siberia, Mongolia or Tibet.  Age: 30 -100 years approx  Height: 77mm (3.1 inches) approx An unusual and unique bronze cross-shaped shamanic amulet. A cross like this represents the four quarters of the world - a powerful universal shamanic symbol. In Siberian shamanism objects like this would be worn or tied to a shamans coat or other object.

Siberia, Mongolia or Tibet. Age: 30 -100 years approx Height: 77mm (3.1 inches) approx An unusual and unique bronze cross-shaped shamanic amulet. A cross like this represents the four quarters of the world - a powerful universal shamanic symbol. In Siberian shamanism objects like this would be worn or tied to a shamans coat or other object.

Shamans from the Tos Deer ( nine skies) association drumming their dungurs (drums) during a ritual.

Republic of Tuva. Shamans from the Tos Deer (‘Nine Skies’) association drumming their dungurs (drums) during a ritual

Shaman:  #Shaman.

Siberian shaman priest in ceremonial garb, ready to conduct intercourse with the supernatural powers

Siberian spirit figures or ongons. These figures are enlivened and become houses for a shaman's spirit helper. Source: Sacred Hoop/3worlds.co.uk

Siberian spirit figures or ongons. These figures are enlivened and become houses for a shaman's spirit helper.

Shaman’s hat, nepal

Rare example of Nepali Shaman hat. Nepali shamans - Jankhri & Dhami who are spirit mediums and shamanic healers

Olard Dixon (Elville Chilbiir-Kam) shaman's festival at Tuva

Olard Dixon (Elville Chilbiir-Kam) shaman's festival at Tuva

Shaman drum ~ used by shamans of several peoples in Siberia, the Inuit & many other cultures all over the world. The beating of the drum allows the shaman to achieve an altered state of consciousness or to travel on a journey between the physical & spiritual worlds. Much fascination surrounds the role that the acoustics of the drum play to the shaman. Shaman drums are generally constructed of an animal-skin stretched over a bent wooden hoop, with a handle across the hoop.

Shaman drum ~ used by shamans of several peoples in Siberia, the Inuit &…Tambor con polvo.

Uralic speakers in Western Siberia believed that the human soul does not die at the same time as the body. When the deceased had been buried, an image was made to which the spirit was thought to transfer. This image of the Khanty, (Ostyak)family "porongui" became a spirit honoured and worshiped by the kin. The iron staff symbolised the power of the progenitor. It was kept in a sacred Khanty site in a sacrificial storehouse and food was sacrificed

Uralic speakers in Western Siberia believed that the human soul does not die at the same time as the body. When the deceased had been buried, an image was made to which the spirit was thought to transfer. This image of the Khanty, (Ostyak)family "porongui" became a spirit honoured and worshiped by the kin. The iron staff symbolised the power of the progenitor. It was kept in a sacred Khanty site in a sacrificial storehouse and food was sacrificed

xphaiea:    Metal decorations/charms from the back of an Evenk shaman’s coat

Metal decorations/charms from the back of an Evenk shaman’s coat from a Tomsk State University museum collection. The figures represent the shaman’s helping spirits.

Ongon Spirit Figures at 3Worlds - The Shamanism Website

eurasian-shamanism: omgthatartifact: Shamanistic Object Evenki (Siberia) The British Museum This mysterious “shamanistic object” is in all probability a spirit house or ongon.

Hedge Riders:  #Lucid #Dreaming for the Earth: Experiments in #Shamanic Technology.

Lucid Dreaming for the Earth: Experiments in Shamanic Technology

Personal Amulets at 3Worlds - The Shamanism Website

Website for the shamanism podcast, ritual shamanic objects gallery.

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