Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians: Soul Journey, Metamorphosis, and Near Death Experience - Shumakolowa Native Arts
Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians: Soul Journey, Metamorphosis, and Near Death Experience - Shumakolowa Native Arts
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Reincarnation Beliefs of North American Indians: Soul Journey, Metamorphosis, and Near Death Experience

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Here is an in-depth look at spiritual experiences, from author Warren Jefferson, about which very little has been written. Belief in reincarnation exists not only in India but in most small tribal societies throughout the world, including many Indian groups in North America.  The reader is offered a rich tapestry of stories from a number of North American tribes about death, dying, and returning to this life. Included are stories from the Inuit of the polar regions; the Northwest Coast people, such as the Kwakiutl, the Gitxsan, the Tlingit, and the Suquamish; the Hopi and the Cochiti of the Southwest; the Winnebago of the Great Lakes region; the Cherokee of the Southeast,; and the Sioux people of the Plains area.
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  • Author:Warren Jefferson
  • Paperback 208 pages
  • Publisher: Native Voices; 1st edition (March 25, 2009)
  • ISBN-10: 1570672121
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches

About the Artist

Warren Jefferson is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer. He has been interested in Native American culture since first reading Black Elk Speaks in the late 60s. His first book, The World of Chief Seattle, is an historical account of Chief Seattle's tribe, the Suquamish of Puget Sound, Washington,and includes the Suquamish authorized version of Chief Seattle's speech. Warren and his wife Barbara have four children and live in rural Tennessee.

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