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  1. Central to Korean shamanism is the belief in many different gods, supernatural beings and ancestor worship. The mu are described as chosen persons. (see: Korean mythology) Korean shamanism has influenced some Korean new religions, such as Cheondoism and Jeungsanism, and some Christian churches in Korea make use of practices rooted in shamanism.

  2. The emblem of North Korea is a national symbol adopted in 1993 by the state. Its design is modified from the former version in use from the founding of North Korea in 1948. Prominent features on the emblem are a red star , a hydroelectric plant (the Sup'ung dam ) and Mount Paektu .

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    Bon, also spelled Bön (Tibetan: བོན་, Wylie: bon, ZYPY: Pön, Lhasa dialect: ), is a Tibetan religious tradition with many similarities to Tibetan Buddhism and also many unique features.

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    The nagual is considered different; where the tonal is the day spirit itself, the nagual is the familiar spirit of the day. It is probable [citation needed] that the tonal represents the daytime aspect and the nagual the nighttime aspect of the tonalli, 'the things of the day'. Practitioners of powerful magic were normally born on days related ...

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