CMN: Hank Wesselman on Shamans and the Big Kahuna (December 2005)
Imagine lying in your bed and suddenly becoming paralyzed and transported 5,000 years into the future, where you’re experiencing life through the eyes and body of a stranger. This is what happened to anthropologist Hank Wesselman, a scientist who spent 25 years working in the fossil beds of East Africa’s Rift Valley alongside the Leake family.
These visionary experiences put him on an entirely new path in his investigations into the evolution of human beings and our consciousness, both from the past and into the future.
The great Polynesian line of Kahunas call Hank Wesselman the “Vessel Man,” the one who carries knowledge.