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The belief in the existence of individual spirits that inhabit natural objects and phenomena. 2.

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Animist Interface:
Animist Interface: Experiments in Mapping Character Animation to Computer Interface by. Richard W. Lachman.
Tora Holmberg Animist Hunting
H U M a N I M A L I A 2:1. Tora Holmberg. Animist Hunting.
Animism is the religious faith and life system of the tribal peoples of the world.
Hmong Shamanism
Animist Spiritual Healing in Minnesota. Gregory A. Plotnikolf, M.
Animizumu 0 Y01nu - Nihon bungaku ni okeru shizen, seimei,

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Impact of Hinduism and Buddhism in the World
Hindu and Buddhist traditions adapted from the pre-existing animist practices and from each other. Indeed, in the medieval period, when both religions' practice adopted mystical, Tantrik traditions, they were almost indistinguishable from each other.
No Clear Frontrunner as Abkhazia Goes to Poll
The suggestion was publicized on Abkhaz television earlier this week by Zaur Chichba, considered the most senior representative of the region's lingering animist cult.
Terror Profile: Niger
Traditionally, the religion of these groups was a combination of Islam and traditional animist beliefs. In recent decades, there has been a movement amongst conservative Muslims (including Wahhabis) to enforce a more orthodox interpretation of Islam.
Bomb attack on UN's Nigerian HQ kills 16
And, they promised to live happily ever after!
As a matter of fact Animist and others (47.0 per cent) followed by Muslim (59.1 per cent) have registered bottom most literacy rate as recorded by Census 2001.

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Animism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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animist - definition of animist by the Free Online Dictionary
The belief in the existence of individual spirits that inhabit natural objects and phenomena. 2.
Animism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
a doctrine that the vital principle of organic development is immaterial spirit. 2.
Animism | Define Animism at
/ˈæn əˌmɪz əm/ Show Spelled[an-uh-miz-uh m] Show IPA. noun. 1.
Animist Notes - a simple note-taking solution that helps you

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