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Henry Barnard Wesselman (born 1941 in New York City) is an anthropologist known primarily for his Spiritwalker trilogy of spiritual memoirs. In them, he claims to have been in contact with "Nainoa," an ethnic Hawaiian kahuna (shaman) living some 5,000 years in our future. The books envision the imminent collapse of Western civilization as a result of Global Warming. On a more positive note, Wesselman perceives an ongoing "wide-spread spiritual reawakening" which he dubs the "Modern Mystical Movement."
Together with his wife Jill Kuykendall, Wesselman leads New Age shamanic workshops and tours for the Esalen Institute and other, similar institutions. They divide their time between northern California and Captain Cook, Hawaii.
Total Books: 15
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