Study On Shamanism in Primitive Community Trust

  • Darmaiza Darmaiza Universitas Islam Negeri Imam Bonjol Padang, Indonesia
Keywords: Shamanism, Primitive Community and Trust


Shamanism is an idea which is improving in the primitive society, in which is having more in any animistic activity, to relate any living activity which is called “Shaman” is connect believe the spirit life which the human living now. The appearance of “Shaman” in the now living becomes an introducer for people to, tell any difficult inner livings, in the privates or society ones the most in portent for a Shaman which has ability to pray to god with any kinds of aims so that it appears any talks between the deal human with the living ones.

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How to Cite
Darmaiza, D. (2021) “Study On Shamanism in Primitive Community Trust”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(6), pp. 299 - 306. doi: