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Mircea Eliade - On the shaman who met the reindeer women



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Mircea Eliade – Shamanism Archaic techniques of ecstasy

Then his two guides, the ermine and the mouse, led him to a high, rounded mountain.  He saw an opening before him and entered a bright cave, covered with mirrors, in the middle of which there was something like a fire.  He saw two women, naked but covered with hair, like reindeer.  Then he saw that there was no fire burning but that the light came from above, through an opening.

One of the women told him that she was pregnant and would give birth to two reindeer; one would be the sacrificial animal of the Dolgan and Evenki, the other that of the Tavgi.  She also gave him a hair, which was to be useful to him when he shamanised for reindeer.  The other woman also gave birth to two reindeer, symbols of the animals that would aid man in all his works and also supply his food.  The cave had two openings, towards the north and toward the south; through each of them the young women sent a reindeer to serve the forest people (Dolgan and Evenki).  The second woman, too gave him a hair.  When he shamanises, he mentally turns toward the cave

The source of the experience

Siberian shamanism

Concepts, symbols and science items

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Activity not known