Sporting a headdress of red deer bones and antlers, Masters student of Archaelogy James Dilley brings a flavour of Shamanism to the Anarchaeologist Podcast. We discuss the reality of Shaman practises in the UK (which I can’t pronounce properly the entire episode), and what life was like for bronze age wizards. We also discuss modern pagan groups and what inspired James to enter the Spirit World, and talks us through many important finds of Shamanistic burial sites, which ultimately influenced his Shaman kit.
I ask whether it fits my Neanderthal frame.
We discuss modern pagan groups and James’ own attraction to Shamanism and what inspired him to enter the world of the spirits.
Check out his website Ancient Craft UK and his Twitter handle @ancientcraftuk