• Shinto of Ancient Japan

  • Shinto Shrines, Gods, Temples, and Beliefs
  • By: Kelly Mass
  • Narrated by: Doug Greene
  • Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The Shinto religion is a mystery to many. There is no real founder, there are many gods and deities that are worshipped, and something about spiritualism and spirits in nature (that most people can’t quite put their finger on).

Today, many of those confusions will be cleared up, as you will explore the Shinto faith and all its most important rituals, gods and goddesses, symbolism, etc.

A long list of divine beings and their purpose and tasks will be revealed, some background stories about the most famous ones, and the history and legends of Japan’s gigantic mountain: Mount Fuji.

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©2021 Kelly Mass (P)2022 Kelly Mass

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A great book

A wonderful book that I found maturative and developmental and generally well written. I have learned a great amount from this book and highly recommended it.