Norman W. Wilson, PhD
Have you ever met a shaman? I have. I was seven years old, and it triggered a lifelong curiosity for other worlds and cultures. Eventually, I wrote a series of essays on shamanism, which are now available as Shamanism: What It's All About. My doctorate in the humanities allowed me to study other systems, particularly the myths of the Ancient Greeks, and to examine in depth the Romantic poets, novelists, painters, and musicians. Like those Romanticists, I too, have a deep abiding fascination with the world of mythology. That interest has wound its way into my novel The Shaman's Quest and the remaining five in my series, Shamanic Mysteries.
I live in the Puget Sound area of Washington State with my talented wife, photographer Suzanne V. Wilson, and we are ruled by three cats, who graciously allow us to reside in their abode.
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DUH! The American Educational Disaster
Are our children receiving the education necessary to become innovative and productive adults? No. DUH! The American Educational Disaster pinpoints current educational issues and proposes solutions. This collection of essays by Norman W. Wilson PhD is an insightful new look at an old problem.
The Shaman's Transformation
Book Two of the Shamanic Mysteries
What do you do when you are a wealthy, young, and handsome shaman healer beset with mysterious enemies who want you dead.
Adam is plunged into a lesson in knowledge, a path fraught with murderous intent. Who do so many people want to kill him? Who is threatened by his newly found shamanic powers? Why must Adam risk his life to learn his lessons?
The Shaman's Quest
Adam is young, handsome, financially independent and unhappy. No one wants to answer his questions. He begins his search for the mysterious shaman, Esaugetuh in hopes of having the nagging questions answered. When he finds Esaugetuh he is taken on a fascinating mystical world of the natural and the supernatural. . . one few survive.
Shamanism: What It's All About
Shamanism: What It's All About by Norman W Wilson, PhD is a collection of short essay explaining the various aspects of shamanism and exactly what a shaman is. The book is illustrated with the intriguing photography of Edward Curtis and Suzanne V Wilson.
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