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A Tuvan shaman burning cedar on a mountain top in western Mongolia.

A Tuvan shaman burning cedar on a mountain top in western Mongolia. (Cedar is sacred in so many indigenous cultures)

Sacha-Jakutien ...: Shaman

A Yakut shaman from the district of Verchne-Kolymsk. Note the fringe or veil obscuring the shaman's eyes. Photo: Lissner - Man, God and Magic

Attivazione del Tamburo Sciamanico Cerchio Sciamanico

Tsaatan Shaman The Dukha (Mongolian: Цаатан, Tsaatan) are a small culture of reindeer herders living in northern Khövsgöl Aimag of Mongolia.

Front and back of a Darkhad shaman’s robe from the first half ot he 20th century  Ulan-Uul, Khovsgol province, Mongolia

Front and back of a Darkhad shaman’s robe from the first half ot he century Ulan-Uul, Khovsgol province, Mongolia

S. M. Shirokogoroff

Shaman’s Costume Mongolia The National Museum of Mongolia “This is an elaborate shaman’s costume. The Caftan is of cotton with a woven geometrical pattern. The gown hanging over the chest has a nickel-plated brass mirror to ward off evil spirits.

A 53-year-old shaman of the Tsaatan or Reindeer people.  Ulaan Tolgoi, Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia.

A Shaman of the Tsaatan or Reindeer People ~ Ulaan Tolgoi, Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia

Монгольский шаман, 1900-е годы

Mongolian people, fashion, culture, food, and everything else

Mongolian Shaman Gankhuyag Batmunkh dances in a trance during a Shaman ceremony Ulan Bator in Mongolia

Mongolian Shaman Gankhuyag Batmunkh dances in a trance during a Shaman ceremony by an ‘ovoo’ or ‘sacred stone’ site on Black Mountain Head in Nalaikh district of Ulan Bator in Mongolia, 06 July Photo and description by How Hwee Young

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