The Catalpa Bow: A Study in Shamanistic Practices in Japan

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Works in English
ADDISON, STEPHEN, Japanese Ghosts and Demons, New York, 1985.
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BOUCHY, ANNE MARIE, 'The Cult of Mt Atago and the Atago Confraternities', Journal of Asian Studies, 46, 2; 1987.
DAVIS, WINSTON, Magic and Exorcism in Modern Japan, Stanford, 1980.
Japanese Religion and Society, New York, 1992.
EINARSEN, JOHN (ed.), The Sacred Mountains of Asia, Boston, 1993.
GRAPARD, ALLAN, 'Japan's Ignored Cultural Revolution: the Separation of Shinto and Buddhist Divinities in Meiji (shimbutsu bunri) and a case study'. History of Religions, 23, 3, 1984.
The Protocol of the Gods, California, 1992.
GORAI, SHIGERU, 'Shugendō Lore,JJRS, 16, 2-3, 1989.
'The Kami and the Buddhas', Dharma World, 23, 1996.
HARDACRE, HELEN, Kurozumikyō and the New Religions of Japan, Princeton, 1986.
Shinto and the State, Princeton, 1989.
KANDA, CHRISTINE GUTH, Shinzō; Hachiman Imagery and Development, Cambridge Mass, 1985.
KORNICKI, P.P. and I.J McMULLEN, Religion in Japan; Arrows to Heaven and Earth, Cambridge, 1996.
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MIYAKE HITOSHI, The Influence of the Shugendo on the New Religions', in Japanese Buddhism, its Traditions, New Religions and Interaction With Christianity, ed. Minoru Kiyota, Tokyo, 1987.
'Religious Rituals in the Shugendo', JJRS, 16, 2-3, 1989.
MORRELL, D, (trans.), Sand and Pebbles (Shasekishu), Albany, 1985.
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TYLER, ROYAL, Japanese Tales, New York, 1987.
The Miracles of the Kasuga Deity, New York, 1990. and PAUL SWANSON, 'Shugendō and Mountain Religion in Japan', JJRS, 16, 2-3, 1989.
VITEBSKY, PIERS, The Shaman, London, 1995.
WAKAMORI TARO, The Hashiramatsu and Shugendō', JJRS, 16, 2-3, 1989.
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface to the Third Edition 5
  • Preface to the Second Edition 7
  • Preface to the First Edition and Acknowledgements 9
  • Contents 15
  • Illustrations 17
  • 1 - The Bridge 19
  • 2 - The Sacred Beings 34
  • 3 - Witch Animals 51
  • 4 - The Other World 69
  • 5 - Ascesis 85
  • 6 - The Ancient Sibyl 104
  • 7 - The Living Goddess 127
  • 8 - The Blind Medium 140
  • 9 - The Ascetic's Initiation 164
  • 10 - The Visionary Journey 186
  • 11 - The Symbolic Journey 208
  • 12 - The Ascetic's Power 235
  • 13 - Village Oracles 252
  • 14 - Mountain Oracles 279
  • 15 - Exorcism 298
  • 16 - Conclusion 315
  • Appendix 317
  • Abbreviations 321
  • Select Bibliography 354
  • Additional Bibliography (Third Edition) 366
  • Glossary 368
  • Index 375
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