Tag: Shaman

An Authentic British Spiritual Path

Callanish stone circle

What does it mean to attempt walking an ancient path within modern British culture?


Book Review: Cave and Cosmos by Michael Harner

Cover for Cave and Cosmos: Shamanic Encounters with Another Reality by Michael Harner

…Cave and Cosmos: Shamanic Encounters with Another Reality invites us to step into the world of the sacred and experience it first-hand rather than relying on dusty old manuscripts…


WyldMoon Interview: Brendan Howlin

In this WyldMoon Interview, Herne speaks with Druid author Brendan Howlin about his books on Urban Druidry, his work at the University of Surrey and as the Science Correspondent for Touchstone (an OBOD publication).


WyldMoon Interview: Kenn Day

Welcome to the very first of our brand new WyldMoon Interviews! These interviews are exclusive to Wyldwood and are part of our partnership with Pagan publishers, Moon Books!
This is our interview with Shamanic author Kenn Day. Kenn is the author of Dance of Stones: A……


A Focus on Deity: Cernunnos, the Antlered One

The horned or antlered deity is perhaps the most beloved and iconic within modern Paganism, and the various forms of this ancient deity, which extend back far beyond the rising of agriculture or the taming of the horse, remain a constant inspiration.


Sacred Beasts: The Wolf

Perhaps the most evocative of animals within Paganism, and one that either captures the heart, or leaves it full of dread, is the wolf. For some a symbol of wild power and freedom, for others an agent of darkness and……


A Focus on Deity: Taranis, the Thunderer

Photo of dramatic clouds and lightning by Felix Mittermeier on Unsplash

In the first of our series of articles to focus on deities within Paganism, I examine the thunderer. It is my intention to set a mood in which we can journey through time as we meet, engage with and learn about this powerful divine being which sits at the head of many ancient pantheons.

Now come……


Tlingit Shamanic Drumming and Drum Construction

This article was written by Dr. Will Connor for Wyldspirit issue 3 (the September 2014 edition of the Wyldwood Radio e-zine)

Whilst researching instrument construction as part of my post-bac degree in Ethnomusicology from North Carolina State University, I had the great pleasure and honour of studying music with Elders of the Tlingit……