P.O. Box 4, Tiburon CA 94920
(Toll Free) 800-688-5512
(Voice) 415-435-5518
(Fax) 415-435-5513

Store Front  Account  Search  Product List  Basket Contents Checkout
Sign In

Browsing the Catalog

Click on the "Search" button above, or:

   Art, Artists, Creativity and Spirituality
   Big Sur
   Biographical Information
   Death and Dying
   Early Travelers to the East
   Exploring Consciousness
   How Do I Choose A Spiritual Tradition?
   Human Potential Movement
   Interconnectiveness of Life
   Intuition, Psychic and Paranormal Phenomena
   Learning and Education
   Love and Relationship
   Male and Female Identity
   Mystical Experience
   New Paradigms
   Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness
   Religious and Spiritual Traditions
   Sacred Medicine
   Sacred Music
   Search For Meaning
   Shamanic Traditions
     Huichol Indians of Mexico
     Indians of Mexico
     Native American Church
     Native Americans
     South American Indians
     Shamanic Traditions General
   Simplifying Our Lives
   Social Action
   Spiritual Practices and Tools
   Spiritual and Therapeutic Tyranny
   The 60s
   The Nature of Reality
   Mazatec Indians of Mexico
   Magic Magic


Click "Add One To Basket" when you see something you like.

When you want to see what you have selected, click "Basket Contents." You will be able to confirm, delete or add any item. Then click "Checkout" to proceed to payment options.

Nothing is finalized until you complete the "Checkout."


Wholesale/ Library Inquiries

Gift Certificates

Free Printed Catalog

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Additional Ordering Information

Native American Church
Code Name Price Description  
11001 Turtle, Billy and Wayne
Peyote Songs
$11.95 Southern Cheyennes Billy and Wayne Turtle sing 32 intertribal peyote songs. Their great-grandparents, Dog Woman and John Turtle, led the meetings for the first chapter of The Native American Church in 1918. Billy Turtle is a roadman (ceremonial leader) in the Church and is highly respected as a medicine man and for his singing. - - One Audiotape
13501 Bergman, Bob
Peyote and The Native American Church
$11.95 Psychiatrist Bergman went to work for the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Reservation in 1966, where at that time more than 30,000 Navajos were members of the Native American Church. Expecting to find a clinic full of peyote addicts, Bergman found instead a thriving spiritual practice that used peyote as a sacrament. Here he speaks movingly of his personal experience with the NAC. - 1975 Esalen - One Audiotape
CL001 Smith, Houston and Ruben Snake
One Nation Under God (Book)
$25.95 This book on the struggle of the Native American Church to maintain religious freedom presents personal statements of many church members, as well as descriptions of a ceremonial meeting, Native responses to U. S. legal history, and a tribute to NAC Roadman Reuben Snake, who died before the book was completed. - - One BOOK
GM002 Snake, Ruben
The Legacy of Ruben Snake
$11.95 Reuben Snake, of the Winnebago tribe, was a lifetime member and roadman (ceremonial leader) of the Native American Church. He was an ardent defender of religious rights for Native Americans and was devoted to the revitalization of their cultural identity. Public radio producer Ginger Miles created this program as a tribute to Reuben Snake. - - One Audiotape
KI002 Native American Church
Peyote Road (Audio of the Video)
$11.95 One Audiotape
KI003 Snake, Ruben
Your Humble Servant (Video)
$30.95 In 1991, the widely respected American Indian (Winnebago) political and spiritual leader gave a speech entitled OThe Rebrowning of America,O which offers a calm, confident and insightful look into the history and future of America and the world. This new video presents Mr. SnakeOs talk, as well as interviews with him and with co-workers and relatives. 60 min. - - One VIDEO
KI001 Native American Church
Peyote Road (Video)
$30.95 This documentary film explores thr history of the use of the cactus peyote as a religious sacrament by North America indigenous people. This centuries old way of life has been embroided in controversy. Interviews with experts in the fields of theology, law, medicine, and anthopology are interwoven with the art, music, and philosophy of the Native American Church. 60 min. - - One VIDEO