Intoxication in Mythology by Ernest L. Abel download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Cross-references are noted in bold and sources appear at the end of each entry. Different versions of a single myth are presented when pertinent to the overriding theme. These substances promoted a variety of states including possession by the gods, liberation of the soul or a communion with the spirit world.
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