Tanah Tujuh: Close Encounters with the Temuan Mythos

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“Tanah Tujuh” is what the Orang Asli (indigenous tribes of Peninsular Malaysia) call this planet. Antares moved from the city in 1992 and found himself living amongst the Temuan tribe amidst nature’s splendiferous beauty and a tangible, living magic in the clear, unpolluted air. This book chronicles his initiation into a fast-vanishing aboriginal cosmomythology that offers an alternative view of reality. 208 pages, copiously illustrated with sketches and photographs, a Temuan glossary, and a foreword by eminent anthropologist, Robert Knox Dentan.

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“Tanah Tujuh” is what the Orang Asli (indigenous tribes of Peninsular Malaysia) call this planet. Antares moved from the city in 1992 and found himself living amongst the Temuan tribe amidst nature’s splendiferous beauty and a tangible, living magic in the clear, unpolluted air. This book chronicles his initiation into a fast-vanishing aboriginal cosmomythology that offers an alternative view of reality. 208 pages, copiously illustrated with sketches and photographs, a Temuan glossary, and a foreword by eminent anthropologist, Robert Knox Dentan.

 

Publisher: Silverfish Books

Paperback

2007

ISBN: 9789833221134