A study of the survival of primal Celtic shamanism in later folk-traditions of Gaelic speaking peoples. This is an insightful and intelligent academic study that brings together areas of study t rmally combined in an accessible style.
Stuart A Harris-Logan is an author and has had articles published in a wide range of journals. He has led workshops and given talks on subjects including traditional folk healing practices; Gaelic bird imitations and chants; and Shamanism in Western culture. Stuart is also a qualified anam leigh (or healer) and is a fluent Gaelic speaker.