Of the gods in all of the world's mythologies, only one delivers a message for humanity. That message, one of love, offers a blueprint for humanities' survival. Will mankind accept and follow Promethean Necessity?
Ever wonder what shamanism is? Is it a cult or is it a religion? What does a shaman do? Are only men shaman? Does a shaman travel to different spiritual realms? If so, how does he do that? Shamanism What It's All About, a collection of short essays, answers these and many more questions regarding shamanism.
Adam is left a list of seven names, all of whom he is to track down. With his friend, Running-water, Adam encounters a sensual owner of a lesbian bar, an irascible group of twelve homeless men called The Brothers, an over zealous TV reporter who seems to have just one thing on her mind, and a painter of souls. As he locates each of the people on the list, they are murdered. To protect those he loves, he sends them away so he can wage his war against those who want him dead.
Tony Wells has problems. He's discovered the man he thought was his father is not. The man who was teaching him the ways of the Indian was. Having had sex at age thirteen, he thought it was love until he met Julie. She confused the issue even more. Then there's the whole shaman thing. He was constantly discovering new powers, strange powers, sometimes frightening. But it was when he locked into Julie's mind that he got the shock of his life.
Annie Garrow, a full-blooded Mohawk, was walking down a road she had walked down many times. With her were twenty-four dyed ash splint baskets. She was heading to Hogansburg a small village in New York. She was still on the reservation, she had relatives that lived all around this part of Akwesasne, but she had crossed an invisible line. An act that would lead to the Supreme Court of the United States of America and change the perceptions Mohawks had about government jurisdictions and their land. Decades later this jurisdictional paradigm would lead to death and destruction.
Buddhism is one of the world's largest religions. Here in a concise and logical manner are the answers to some fundamental questions about Buddhism. It is not an attempt to convert the reader, it is an attempt to enlighten.
Esaugetuh speaks of love, of wonder, of the self. His words provide a path for personal enlightenment. Herein lies wisdom for all ages.
Adam had questions and no one wanted to answer them. As he continued his search he realized those from whom he sought answers didn't have any. Disillusioned, he begins a search for a mystical shaman in the fabulous wilds of the great Baskatong region in Canada. From there, following one last lead, he journeys to Florida to find the medicine man called the Master of Breath. There he would begin his journey into a new and fascinating mystical world.
Death stalks the young shaman, threatening everyone around him. The evil, roaming over the earth, is determined to destroy him because he holds the secret to a new generation. Even those whom he has taken in and supported come to question. What is it, they meditate upon? Who controls them? Adam comes to realize who his enemy really is, and pitches a battle at an old monastery. Does the witch, Moon-Woman, leave her mark or is she destroyed?
Reveals the reason why manifesting fails and what to do about it. Very specific exercises are provided to guide the reader through the correct procedures for manifesting. As will all things, intention and patience are required.
With four decades as a teacher, educational supervisor, and as a college professor, Dr. Wilson brings a unique perspective to the issues faced by today's educators. The underlying theme is his immense concern about the continued failure of the American Educational System. He makes no bones about the continued waste of taxpayers' dollars that have not made significant improvements in the educational processes.
What is it like to become a shaman? What is the journey? Dangers, frights, and humility grab your heart and squeezes it until you think you will die.
Adam knew he was different. Haunted by dream fits he wanders aimlessly until a young Native American journo finds him and delivers a letter that leads him on a new search for the elusive and mysterious Master of Breath. Each step of the way there are those who would kill him for the secret he holds.
What is the secret holding Adam and Paul together? They are soul mates, but are they something more? Only the old shaman, Esaugetuh, knows the truth. Will he reveal it, and if he does, will it destroy the relationship between Adam and Paul? One has pledged to die for theother. Will that be necessary? Will Adam survive the trip to the sacred Butte and further betrayal by those whom he has trusted? Perhaps the Watchers hold the answer. Will Esaugetuh, the old shaman, finally reveal all?