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Native Americans
Code Name Price Description  
06601 Henderson, Joseph
American Indian and Jung
$11.95 Henderson suggests that the internal spiritual orientation of the American Indian contrasts sharply with the predominantly external orientation of European Americans. Perhaps through Jungian understanding of archetypal images, we can begin to comprehend the images which the Indian has always cultivated. - 1970 San Francisco - One Audiotape
06602 Henderson, Joseph
Sioux Shaman
$11.95 On Black Elk's vision and seven secret rites of the soul. - 1970 San Francisco - One Audiotape
10201 Sandner, Donald
Navajo Healing In Life Crisis
$11.95 The Navajos consider physical or mental distress to result from the individual's disharmony with the cosmos, and they have developed a rich tradition of artistic ritual for healing. The medicine man leads the patient through various rites of purification and invocation and finally to identification with the beauty of the universe. - 1973 San Francisco - One Audiotape
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
12001 Banyacya, Thomas
The Hopi Prophesies
$18.95 In 1948, the elders of the Hopi tribe met to discuss the difficulties facing their people and the outside world. Thomas Banyacya, a young man at the time, was alarmed by what he heard, and has spent much of his life communicating the message of his people. Many of the prophesies the elders spoke of have since been fulfilled - the crises facing our culture and planet continue to imperil us. What shall we do?... We all need one another - we're all going to help one another. We must realize that we are one people. - 1982 Esalen - Two Audiotape
32006 Roscoe, Will
The Berdache: Zuni Man/Women (Interviewed By Elizabeth Gips)
$11.95 The tradition of a third gender that combines the traits and roles of men and women is common to a number of Native American tribes. These individuals are revered as mediators between men, women and the supernatural. They act as healers, artists, and messengers with the spirit world, who have a unique capacity to bring opposites together - 1997 Santa Cruz - One Audiotape
32007 Wyer, Loretta
Esselen Indians (Interviewed By Elizabeth Gips)
$11.95 Wyer is the current Chairwomen of the Esselen Indian tribe of Big Sur, California, a tribe considered officially extinct since the 1800s. With the help of anthropologist Levinthal, the Esselen Indians are coming out of secrecy and seeking their rightful status as an intact tribe with Federal status in order to protect their sacred sites on Big Sur. - 1997 Santa Cruz, Ca - One Audiotape
40010 Hoeller, Stephan
Carlos Castaneda and The New Sorcery
$11.95 Hoeller calls Castaneda the most important figure in the revival of interest in shamanistic phenomena and in the psychology and spirit of the shaman. He speaks of the differences between truth seekers concerned with abstract truths, and the magical, fluid, illusive, mercurial world of the shaman, who is a transformer. - 1980 Los Angeles - One Audiotape