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- 1822, Malthe Conrad Bruun, Universal geography, or A description of all the parts of the world, volume II, page 630:
- The superstitions of Central Asia are divided into three principal branches, Shamanism, Braminism, and Lamaism. …
- The theogony of the Lamaists, on the contrary, …
- ibid., page 632:
- Fischer gives a modern origin to the religious system which prevails in Thibet, or Dalaī-Lamaism; he finds in it a mixture of Buddism with the corrupted Christianity of the Nestorians.
- 1911, October, article Hideous Masks Placate Thibetan Gods, in Popular Mechanics, page 559:
- Among the most grotesque forms of religious ceremony students give a prominent place to the festivals of the Lamaist church of Thibet … Lamaism is a corrupt form of Buddhism, states Dr. Sven Hedin, ...
- 1984, Alan Dean Foster, Voyage to the City of the Dead, page 113:
- … he was damned if he was going to alter that relationship because of a sudden infatuation on her part for a race of pseudolamaistic anteaters with soulful eyes.