Tag Archives | Shamanism for our times

Hank Wesselman | Shamanic messages from the future

Hank Wesselman began his career as a paleoanthropologist after completing his undergraduate work and his master’s degree in zoology at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He then served in the United States Peace Corps, living among people of the Yoruba Tribe in Nigeria, which is where he first became interested in indigenous spiritual traditions. He went on to earn his doctoral degree in anthropology from the University of California […]

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Rennie Walker | The Goddess And The Big Bang

The First Book of Stars | Chapter I, Verse I Once upon a time, in the beginning, for that is when all stories begin, before Time Herself, there was the Big Bang (BB) that had not yet happened (THNYH), waiting for Herself to open. “Timelessness BBB” (before BB) is how it is more formally known and written by those who work with such matters. This was before water (BW). But, […]

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Alan Walowitz | A kind breeze

After so much heat, the clouds bear down but refuse to rain. Then a gift: a kind breeze picks up and you’d think the world was saved the way the windows fly open and breathing begins again as if oppression were a rumor finally nailed to the door. Still, the oil gushes out of the ocean floor just as we’d always prayed it would– surely a sign that any gods […]

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