|Statement||by G. Storms.|
|LC Classifications||BF1622.A53 S77 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||77028642|
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Anglo Saxon Shamanism. Anglo Saxon Shamanism – The culture and beliefs of the early Anglo-Saxons is not very well known. This is due to the lack of written documents, manuscripts and other sources. Most of the information about Anglo Saxon Pagan beliefs come from old burials. But it is sure that this culture used magic and witchcraft. 12 Latest Online Jobs From Home Without Investment Earn ð ð Top 10 Real Online Jobs List For Earning Quick Money. Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Magic Bill Griffiths Magic is something special, something unauthorised; an alternative perhaps; even a deliberate cultivation of dark, evil powers. But for the Anglo-Saxon age, the neat division between mainstream and occult, rational and superstitious, Christian and pagan is not always easy to discern. Anglo Saxon magic, according to this book, was two passages picked from one manuscript (Lacnunga), with no effort to put this in the context of other writings from the time (like the Leech Book of Bald), and "Anglo Saxon Runes" (which most readers will probably think of as Viking runes - but the author has to try to shoe-horn everything into a Reviews:
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