SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL is an NGO dedicated to the preservation and rights of indigenous peoples across the planet:

This is the home website for the film Huicholes; The Last Peyote Guardians, which is a fascinating look at the Wixarika culture and their struggle to preserve their sacred lands:

CRAZYWISE is an outstanding documentary on an indigenous/ shamanic view of mental illness (an idea very close to my heart) which follows several individuals as they struggle with mental health issues and find their paths to healing.

ICEERS- the International Centre for Ethnobotanical Education, Research and Service is a very important charity ‘dedicated to the integration of ayahuasca, iboga and other traditional plants as therapeutic tools in modern society, and the preservation of the indigenous cultures that have been using these plant species since antiquity on their habitat and botanical resources.’

The Heart of the Earth is a very special yearly event when indigenous elders come from all over the world to the U.K. to take part in a four day ceremony called The Kiva. This year will be the third year and it is a very important prayer/ offering ceremony for the land here:

The annual UK Shamanic Gathering is a great coming together of shamanic practitioners and teachers from across the U.K. and the world to share rituals and learn together, held near Glastonbury:

Sacred Hoop is a quarterly magazine which covers all aspects of shamanism and related traditions, which can be subscribed to at an extremely reasonable rate:

Indie Shaman is another magazine but also the website is a resource centre for all things shamanic in the U.K.

Moon Books is my publisher, dedicated to quality and contemporary books on Paganism and Shamanism:

Below is a talk I did a few years ago at Watkins Bookshop in London, introducing shamanism: