Always keen to learn and expand our experiences – when invited to attend LiveFriday@Ashmolean with Wilderness the Guerilla Archaeologists arrived early to put in a few hours exploring the Pitt Rivers Museum (PRM) collection of Shamanic and magical objects. These trips add to our knowledge, provide training for our newest GAs and in this case … Continue reading
Filed under Drumming …
Last week the team of Guerilla Archaeologists took shamanism to the shoppers! As part of the Made in Roath project we set up our activities and information in the Queens Arcade shopping centre in Cardiff much to the surprise of the passerby’s who experienced archaeology when they least expected it. Young shoppers enjoyed making antler … Continue reading
Shamanic @ Shambala !
Our last outing as the Shamanic Street Preachers this summer was at the fantastic Shambala Festival 2012, which turned out to be a colourful and imaginative weekend – it was such a friendly festival, everyone was smiling and the atmosphere and general ambiance was really happy… The beautiful grounds at Kelmarsh Country Estate, a huge … Continue reading
Shamans out on the airwaves.
Listen to this interview with Dr Henry Droselda – our shaman recorded at Secret Garden Party. Henry describes his five years living in Papua New Guinea, discusses the role that animals play in Shamanism, and his encounter with a grouse that later ended up on his Shaman Tree. There is a later interview with Dr David Luke … Continue reading
Ain’t no stoppin us now – we’re on the move!
Our brakes failed on our way to SGP setting the tone for a non-stop weekend of shamanism. With our lovely yurt as a base, we invited one and all to come and talk about past, present and future shamans. We conversed with around 1000 people, inviting them to channel their inner shaman via drumming … Continue reading