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Record #144602:

Noaidie-begrepet blant de russiske samene / Marina Kuropjatnik.

Title: Noaidie-begrepet blant de russiske samene / Marina Kuropjatnik.
Translated title: The noaidi concept among the Russian Saami.
Author(s): Kuropjatnik, Marina.
Date: 1997.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Ottar. (1997.), Vol. 4 (1997)
Abstract: There are probably three categories of magician - shamans, knowing- spiriters (noaidi), and quacks (who can still cause harm). Some would add clairvoyants. Some shamans were said to appear as animals. Unlike Siberians, Saami shamans did not dress distinctively, apart from using magic belts. Some female noaidi are known of. When people sought noaidi, it was for healing, fortune-telling, economic prosperity and to carry out sacrificial rituals; one of these is described.
Notes:

Ottar. Vol. 4 :37-45 (1997).

Keywords: 291.612 -- Shamanism.
299 -- Religions, indigenous.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*531.9) -- Murmanskaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 144602

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