Call of the Sacred Drum: Shamanic Healing Methods for Wiccan Healers

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The Call of the Sacred Drum - Shamanic Healing Methods for Wiccan Healers, is a complete introduction to healing methods of Shamans, particularly he shamans from Siberia, Native America, and the Hawaiian traditions. It is written from a shamanic practitioner's viewpoint to be incorporated in Wiccan teachings and rituals.

This book not only covers the basics, which is known as core shamanism, in other words, journeying, but also delves into advanced shamanic practices not usually...

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Overview

The Call of the Sacred Drum - Shamanic Healing Methods for Wiccan Healers, is a complete introduction to healing methods of Shamans, particularly he shamans from Siberia, Native America, and the Hawaiian traditions. It is written from a shamanic practitioner's viewpoint to be incorporated in Wiccan teachings and rituals.

This book not only covers the basics, which is known as core shamanism, in other words, journeying, but also delves into advanced shamanic practices not usually explained, involving the soul and the spirit of man, and more common methods such as spirit extraction, herbalism, soul retrieval, crystal and plant spirit medicine, the medicine wheel, the psychopomp, and divination.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480071810
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/11/2012
  • Pages: 302
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Reverend David Cobb has been studying the occult arts since 1986. Brought up as a devout Baptist he attended private Christian schools until he was 13. During that time he studied the ancient Mesopotamia River Valley civilizations, particularly the Sumerian and Babylonian cultures and religious practices.

When he was 14 he was enrolled into public schools and studied mixed martial arts and began studying Zen Buddhism, ancient Greek philosophy, and the philosopher Rene Descartes.

After graduating high school in 1986, Reverend Dave began studying Wicca and formed a small coven, which he disbanded a year later to pursue studies into ceremonial magick influenced by the Order of the Golden Dawn and the Rosicrucian's, at this time he also was a member of a Pentecostal youth ministry.

Longing for a more earthly and nature based system of magick, Reverend Dave returned to the Wiccan lifestyle and discovered shamanism along the way. In 2010, he found the Correllian Nativist Tradition of Wicca and Witch School International, or should we say, it found him.

Currently, Reverend Dave is a licensed Wiccan Minister through Universal Life Church, a Reiki Master and Teacher, a First Degree Mentor for Witch School International, a Shamanic Practitioner, a Priest and the Spiritual Leader of the Circle of the Sacred Drum, a Witan Shrine of the Correllian Nativist Wiccan Tradition.

Outside the Wiccan community, Reverend Dave works as a Certified Medical Assistant specializing in orthopaedics, and is a former United States Army National Guard Combat Medic, and Emergency Medical Technician.

He currently lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area with his Ayami Lauren, and his spirit helpers; Fox, Bear, Master Roland, and Lady Ariel.

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