My guest on Shaman's Keep will be Steven Ash, author of "Sacred Drumming". He was born in Britain, but grew up on Native American reservations in Canada where his father was the reservation doctor. Steven learned healing and natural medicine with his father, and later lived and studied with Ted Williams, Chief and Medicine Man for the Raven Tribe. He was given the name, Buffalo Spirit Man, and given the honor of being a pipe carrier by Ed McGaa, Eagle Man. He now resides in the UK where he teaches alternative healing methods at the College of Sound Healing.
Raymon Grace will be our guest this week. He is a native of the mountains of Virginia and has spent 35 years doing healing work and teaching dowsing and psychic development. He is a frequent teacher at the Ozark Research Institute's Power of Thought School, and he lectures across the country at dowsing conferences and alternative healing seminars. His style is unique, and he tells stories in a down-to-earth mountain man way. Among those he has learned from are Rolling Thunder, Cherokee Medicine Man, and Chief Two Trees, Cherokee Chief and Healer.
Joe Mullaly, an Irish Shaman, will be my guest this week. He is a traditional healer, diviner, psychic reader and teacher. He lives and works from the ANAM Center just outside of Dublin City, Ireland where he teaches workshops in dowsing and divining, Tantra Yoga, Angel Healing Therapy, Celtic Shamanism, making and using flower essences, land healing, and energy networks of Sacred Sites. His knowledge and wisdom cover a vast range of spiritual subjects, much of which he shares in his book, "The Healer's Secret".