Within the context of Tnhị cosmology & numerology, Therevada Buddhism and spirit religion, this lavishly illustrated book examines how good và bad spirits are formulated lớn bring good luchồng and protection or khổng lồ cause bad luck.Extensive sầu field work studies over a period of four years were conducted in the Shan States (now part of Burma/Myanmar) & in northern Vương Quốc Nụ Cười. Using her field notes & photographs, Susan Conway provides a colourful picture of the people who create magic and explains how mystical remedies are prescribed & the rituals involved. She includes material from museum collections in the USA, UK and xứ sở của những nụ cười thân thiện.


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