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"It's not a Collective; It's a Personal Experience that Happens to be Shared": How Philosophical Systems of Individualism are Sustained through Masonic Collaboration.
This dissertation examines the experience of Freemasonry, as practiced in the United States, Colombia, and through Masonic literature, from an anthropological perspective. The Freemasons are a fraternal society with a ...
Stairway to Aruanda: Creating an Accessible Spiritual World in the Religion of Umbanda
This thesis is a study about how the Brazilian religion of Umbanda creates an accessible spiritual world based on inclusion. Past research on the phenomena of spirit possession/incorporation has led to a solid grouping of ...