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Religion Topic 4 Definitions 2011

Ritual Takes place of religious doctrines in indigenous religions
Myth Complex set of stories
Medicine man Performs the role of a priest, medium, diviner, healer, herbalist and shaman in indigenous religions
Ancient Religions Religions of ancient societies which are no longer in existence
Indigenous Religions Religion of original inhabitants of an area
Main beliefs Deities & spirits, gods and goddesses, ancestral spirits
Sacred space Any area set aside for worship
Sacred signs & symbols Represented religious stories, objects and ideas
Sacred people and social structures Custodians of the tradition
Sacred time Regulated time for planting and harvesting crops and other significant stages in life
Primitive Old name for indigenous religions
Totems The embodiment of each individual in their primitive state
Created by: PCGEEK