Andrej Kapcar

Andrej Kapcar is a doctoral student in Religious Sciences at the Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Master’s degrees in Economy, Archaeology, and Comparative Religions, and a Ph.D. degree in Archaeology. In his research, he focuses on the topic of Occult Aesthetics—how the audiovisual aspects of occult symbolism within contemporary culture affect the behavior of the artists, as well as the audience.

Contributions by Andrej Kapcar


Shamanism, Between Tradition and Modernity

Tancredi Marrone and Andrej Kapcar, in their response to our interview with Bernd Brabec de Mori and Olivia Marcus, unpack common assumptions about ayahuasca and shamanism and outline the benefits of decolonizing current approaches and understandings.



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