Here, the similarities are that languages of "the other" are
indeed often used in shamanistic ritual. For example, the Chukchi shamanistic songs in
Bogoras (1900) often contain Yupik words (Weinstein 2004: 299-300). There is a
gênerai tendency for the language of "the other" to be considered more spiritually
powerful than one's own
. https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/etudinuit/2007-v31-n1-2-etudinuit2570/019722ar.pdf

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