Eastern European and European Shaman Rituals Still Practiced Today. Wilder Mann by Charles Fréger
Tuvan shamans in South Siberia believe that the spirits of nature create their own sound world, and it is possible for humans to communicate with them through the sound of the drum. Tuva is one of the few places in the world where the shamanic heritage has remained unbroken. Tuvan shamans use the drum to convey to the spirits of a place their greetings, any requests, and thanks. It is a spiritual practice designed to help human beings relate to all of nature...
La Magie du Bouddha - Les objets rituels en os Humain
Bonpo lama with protruding tongue holding trumpet, dagger, and bell and drum, chopper, and hair of 100 dead and 100 living people in a state of trance on the roof of Joseph Rock's quarters at Radja Lamasery. dated July 11, 1926:
DESTINATION TERRE 6 , Exodes et rescapés ; 1ère partie , Les peuples du Gobi ; Chapitre 2 : Les youkaguirs
Tsaatan (Dukha) Reindeer Nomads During the shaman's trance, the drum transforms into a magic steed that carries her into the dark sky of the ancestors. Tsuyan's drum is crafted from the wood of a tree struck by lightening and covered in the leather from a female red deer.