By Jean Markale
Les chamanes qui se multiplient aujourd'hui seraient-ils les héritiers de nos druides, disparus lors de l. a. conquête romaine ou absorbés dans le christianisme triomphant ? S'il y a, en effet, des rapports certains entre ces " hommes médecines " que séparent deux millénaires, ils ne sont pas ceux qu'on think. Spécialiste du monde celtique, Jean Markale nous apporte un nouvel éclairage sur ce profond mystère : y a-t-il une culture qui aurait perduré secrètement à travers les campagnes, à l'abri des enseignements officiels, et quel serait son lien avec le chamanisme contemporain ? Ou bien existe-t-il un fonds commun plus ancien encore puisqu'il remonterait aux origines de l'humanité ? Jean Markale bâtit son enquête minutieuse sur l'arsenal des connaissances dont nous disposons les découvertes archéologiques. les plus récentes, l'étude des légendes et des mythes, le folklore européen, les pratiques obscures et les superstitions qui habitent encore certains cash reculés d'Europe. En faisant ainsi l. a. half des choses entre le druidisme tel que nous pouvons le connaître aujourd'hui à travers des resources extrêmement fragmentaires et le chamanisme contemporain, porté par une nouvelle imprecise de spiritualité, il nous révèle de précieux itinéraires qui réjouiront tous ceux qui recherchent avec ardour los angeles connaissance des mystères du monde :
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