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BlueJay Shamans


Welcome! Here you will find all information about the finely selected shamans. They all have special abilities which they perfected over the years. Chief Dancing Thunder is one of the rare indigenous shamans who shares his wisdom also with Europeans.



Founder of BlueJay & Medium

“All animals, plants, trees and stones are connected with each other and form a unity - always, at any time. The only being that excludes itself from this unity is the human being. I’m committed to open up the possibility that the human being opens up and becomes part of this unity again.”

In a sweatlodge ritual with Chief Dancing Thunder in 2010 I spontaneously become a medium. Over the years I learn how to master channeling. This was of communication is a perfect work tool that can be helpful in many areas of life. I’m happy to channel for you !

Chief Dancing Thunder

Medicine man & Chief of the Susquehannock Tribe

“We are spiritual beings with a material body and not the other way round.”

Chief Dancing Thunder is a master of indigenious tribal ceremonies. He is a keeper of about 400 traditional, paleolithc rituals. A few years ago he decided to share these rituals with white people. It’s important to him that people show true interest in his profound wisdom of the tribal rituals. You learn the techniques and then you make your own experiences with them. This independance is very important for him a as a teacher.

People who work with Chief Dancing Thunder value his great ability to explain the complexity of things in an easy way. His humour brings lightness. During the rituals he purposefully uses the art of overtone drumming.

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Maarten Oversier

Healer & Regression therapist for past lives

"We really have the responsibility for the true history of mankind."

Maarten Oversier comes from Holland. Already in his childhood he felt a deep inner connection with North American Indians. Since then they have been a source of inspiration to him.

Healing on many levels - Through “re-connecting” with the initial painful experience instead of “fleeing” from it, it is possible to work in a basic and easy to understand way. This work method leads to astounding results.

After a long journey and after having experimented with several philosophers, therapists, treatments and traditions, Maarten decided to focus on regression therapy into earlier lives and ancestors and on the healing of trauma.

During the last years he lead throuhg 10.000 sessions.

Bull Bow


Healer, Medium & Hunter

“We human beings are part of creation and emanate from the same source, like everything else around us. Everything that exists is equal.”

Bull Bow was already drawn to the forest when he was a child and teenager. During his studies and his profession as a construction engineer forest and nature were still very important to him. He spent his weekends in nature with the rocks, the trees, the animals and the fire.

By meeting shamans he realised where this pull to nature came from. He started to understand that we human beings are part of creation, come from the same source and build a unity. These realisations changed his life fundamentally.

Since this time he has been following the path of the healer and teacher. He works with shamanic family constellation, shamanic breathwork, shamanic drumming, sweat lodge rituals and channeling. As a keeper of the butterfly medicine he gives people an understanding of their own wisdom and medicine.

Bulgan Hiimori

Shaman from Mongolia

"I think that there is a new beginning in every moment and every moment new doors open incessantly to wonderful journeys."

Bulgan comes from the black line of Mongolian shamanism and works with the pure power of sky and earth. She is a Khalh shaman maintaining ancient traditions by communicating with nature beings and the elements. She accompanies her rituals with drum and mouth harp.

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