Historical Witchcraft, Shamanism and the Modern Witch

Last year Sara Amis posted a thoughtful essay at Patheos on the role of the modern Cunning Woman or Man put into historical context going back at least to Neolithic times, that I thought I’d pass along. It states in part:

“To begin with, I think that shamanism, like music and art, while it has significant cultural components is not so much a belief system as an inherent quality or ability of human beings. The particular manifestation is cultural, but the traits which generate it seems to be universal.”

Read the whole essay here:


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