Featured Guest, John DeBoer November 19, 2019

Bridging Wisdom

Bridging Wisdom with Cathy Cook
Show Host: 
Cathy Cook

Cathy Cook is a bloodline generational Shaman Medicine Woman from her fathers side known as Grandmother Wisdom. Shaman according to the History Channel means to Know.by ways and means of many practiced methods of meditation and going out there gaining information from "the Knowing".  One practice in which a shaman will then travel with someone by doing soul retrieval, which is where a person has had a trauma or left their body in a way and traveled not attaching themselves to their bodies umbilical cord.  I also am an avid artist of many mediums using my art as storyboards a old native American way to see into present, past, and future events.  Using different symbols and with art to make a  story for further insight. I do deep root personality readings. I am well rounded in the metaphysical realm with over 50 plus years experience being brought up first hand by my ancestors and teachers in the metaphysical world from both my family's sides. I am a published author and avid photographer as well. I have been teaching the old ways since I can remember, This is a journey I enjoy sharing and know you the active listening audience will gain great insight.

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Bi-Weekly Show
Station 1
Tuesday
Starts: 
6:00 pm PT
Ends: 
6:55 pm PT
Broadcasting Date: 
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 06:00 pm

Guest, John DeBoer

Guest Name: 
John DeBoer
John DeBoer
Guest Occupation: 
Musician
Guest Biography: 

John DeBoer (Spirit of Thunder) has been a professional musician for more than 30 years. A multi-talented composer and entertainer, John has been performing on stage and national television since he was four-years-old. John’s Native American flute music has been played millions of times on the Internet and he has performed with more than thirty major-label groups, such as Chubby Checker, The Crystals, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, Henry Lee Summers, Johnny Paycheck, Lou Christie, Billy Joe Royal, John Anderson, Merle Haggard, and many more.

John’s original flute songs are composed and inspired while playing in natural surroundings by waterfalls or rivers. The Native American flute sings and echoes in the valleys, while the birds whisper melodies in the wind, as the magic flute plays. The inclusion of these nature-inspired backgrounds on his latest release, Shadowland Flute Songs, is a part of a trilogy of CDs and a book, The Storytellers Flute.

A naturalist for the park system, John holds a degree in Fine Arts and is a certified music teacher. John is a wonderful storyteller and teaches thousands of children every year about nature using his Storyteller’s Flutes, a collection of the world’s finest Native American flutes, mostly gifts to him from the makers. He believes that music theory and sheet music is a mere guide, a “road map” to assist a person in finding the music that resides inside of each of our souls. Music is not just something that he does … music is everything that he is.