Carlos Barrios is a Mayan priest, historian, anthropologist, researcher, and an expert in the Sacred Maya Calendar.
Carlos was born in Guatemala. After studying with traditional elders for 25 years he became a Mayan Ajq'ij, a ceremonial priest, shaman, and spiritual guide and member of the 'World Council of Mayan Elders.
Lena & José Stevens
Jose and Lena Stevens are the founders of The Power Path School of Shamanism. The curriculum is based on a synthesis of José & Lena's integrative study, apprenticeships, personal discovery and many years of experience in working with shamans from around the world. They offer cross cultural experiential courses, retreats, seminars and trips. The Power Path is a proactive approach to life.
Robert Moss is the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. He is the author of eight books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination.
Makhosi Mkhulu Baba Radebe
Mkhulu Baba Radebe is a Zulu Elder Sangoma and spiritual grandfather to the spiritual lineage of the Lion. He lives in KwaZulu-Natal; he is 88 years old and still continuing his work. He was called to be Sangoma when he was 14 years old. His knowledge of traditional medicinal plants is extensive. He has a warm and strong heart and still attends ceremonies and encourages all peoples from the earth, which he meets to work with their ancestors, to open their hearts and to realize that they are always guided by the ancestors. He says “when words fail you, your ancestors will always see what’s in your heart, no matter what that may be”.
Mandu Manuel da Silva
Manuel da Silva, or "Mandu" (Chief), is of the Hohodene phratry of the Aiary River, Northwest Amazon, Brazil. The Hohodene are one among five or six large phratries of the Baniwa, an Arawak-speaking people. Mandu is considered by the native peoples of the entire region as being one of the last "true" jaguar-shamans alive. Mandu's correct title is "snuff-jaguar" (dzato dzauika). There are several types of shamans among the Baniwa, the most important is the "snuff-jaguar" of which he is the last.