As a child, Lillith ThreeFeathers wandered into the anthropology section of the library thus beginning her lifelong fascination with ancient cultures and traditions. From an early age, her grandfather engrained in her a love for the mysteries of nature.
During the Seventies, she began walking an initiatory path in her quest to comprehend the world through shamanic understanding and personal experiences. Building from that foundation, she has studied dreamwork, mediumship, and alternative, ceremonial, and energetic healing with Shamans and Elders from North America (including Cuba and Mexico), Australia, Africa, and South America. In addition to shamanic initiations in a number of traditions, she is an initiated priestess of two amazing goddesses: Lilith and Yemaya.
She founded the Circle of Living Spirit, a multi-traditional, multi-faith, earth-based church, and she functions as Elder for that group. Currently she teaches as adjunct faculty at Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary (also known as the Wiccan Seminary).
Lillith ThreeFeathers was a quoted source in Drawing Down the Spirits by Kenaz Filan and Raven Kaldera. In addition to writings in the anthologies With Arms Wide Open: An Anthology Celebrating Living Life (Vanilla Heart Publishing, 2009), Lilith Queen of the Desert (Knickerbocker Circus, 2010), and Calling to Our Ancestors (Asphodel Press, 2015), she has one hundred articles to her publishing credits. Lillith's upcoming book called Heart of the Elder: Pagan Elders and Their Good Influences, co-authored with Joy Marie Wedmedyk, will be released in 2018 by Megalithica Books, a division of Immanium Press.
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