By Kinjiro Omae, Yuzuru Tachibana

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78 The prominence of Crete in purification probably derives from its geographical position. It is a recurring feature of magicians and medicine men that they are not part of the native population but belong to an adjacent people. 79 We already noticed that the traditions about Abaris flying on his arrow are late. Various sources place him around the time of Croesus, and there seems to be no reason strongly to doubt this chronology. Abaris’ main activity was as a purifier and mantis in the case of the plague.

20 metres high) there were two small bronze censers – one 30 GREEK SHAMANISM RECONSIDERED square, the other round – which were filled with stones and contained partly carbonised hemp seeds. 22 Curiously, the use of hemp for ecstatic purposes remained limited to the Scythians and the peoples North of Greece. 202) also relates that the Massagetae near the Caspian sea used fruit of a certain tree, which they threw on the fire and which made them drunk – probably a garbled reference to the use of cannabis, which can reach great heights.

78 The prominence of Crete in purification probably derives from its geographical position. It is a recurring feature of magicians and medicine men that they are not part of the native population but belong to an adjacent people. 79 We already noticed that the traditions about Abaris flying on his arrow are late. Various sources place him around the time of Croesus, and there seems to be no reason strongly to doubt this chronology. Abaris’ main activity was as a purifier and mantis in the case of the plague.

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