The Resource Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy, Erich Kolig

Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy, Erich Kolig

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Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy
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Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy
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Erich Kolig
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eng
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Comparison of the discourses constructing sacredness and their association with sacred sites in Aboriginal and pre-industrial Austrian society; finds similarity in the significance of stone, water, and trees in Aboriginal and Austrian folk beliefs; convergence of earth spirituality, New Age mysticism and mechanistic thought in new concepts of sacred sites; conception beliefs, women's rituals, ritual and mythological sites
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Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy, Erich Kolig
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Bibliography: p.380-381
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p.351-381
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Thrilling the clay of our bodiers: natural sites and the construction of sacredness in Australian Aboriginal and Austrian traditions, and in New Age philosophy, Erich Kolig
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.380-381
Extent
p.351-381

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