Native/Shamans is the 2nd most asked question to this day just below Circle and just above Pow-wow.
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This question was asked twice on Wednesday July 1st
This question about shamans in native tribes keeps coming up often since I started tracking your questions in the middle 1980's
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Mean while back to the question Native American Shamans in Florida
Welcome Valrico Florida
To a few of our postings about Shamans in the native culture.
What is Shamanism?
Native American shaman teachers in Florida
Medicine man or Shaman stories?
While looking for information about,
Native American Shamans in Florida
There were a number of (Indian) Native American tribes living in Florida before the Spanish came.
Timucuans/Tequesta come to mind if one wishes to talk about native beliefs?
Today there are about a hundred or so 'patched up occult Algonquian tribes' floating around the state.
However this does not make them a real First People Tribe of Native Americans.
The closest tribe (village of people), one can come to having an occult shamans became existent soon after the Dutch and/or long before the Spanish showed up.
Just because these tribes, the Timucuans/Tequesta worshipped the Sun, Moon and animals does not mean that they were of the occult?