Spirit of the Rainforest provides a
surprising solution for these endless nightmares.
A Shaman Speaks
Shoefoot, a Yanamamo Shaman, invited multiple spirits into his “chest” to equip him to heal and lead his people. He tells of his tribe’s endless
relentless raids, the stealing of women and children, and of horrible abuse committed against their own wives and children. You will feel the fear and hopelessness that dominated him...until one day he discovered a
spirit who changed his destiny.
Covering three generations, this book only once mentions the name of God. Incredibly, though, God’s presence and love are seen through Shoefoot’s personal story .
The Yanamamo stand as the most primitive people on earth, a people almost untouched by outside influence until this century. Most anthropologists tell us to leave them alone.
“Don’t interfere with this pristine cluture,” they say.
Should modern society interfere in these Indian’s lives? Can this culture of revenge change? Find out what Yanamamo leader and lifelong
Shaman, Shoefoot, has to say about these vital questions.
271 pages $14.95