Richard Sauder – Shamanic Abuse and Hidden Danger in The Amazon

by on April 14, 2014      

in Law, Government, & Military, Social Issues

Richard Sauder

Richard Sauder

Peace activist and author Richard Sauder went to the Amazon four years ago. In 2013, he encountered startling abuse and darkness when he entrusted a shaman to work with him. Because many of us assume that shamans are well-intentioned and responsibly use their power, it’s important to hear his experience so that those of you who decide to work with a shaman in a foreign country use the highest level of discernment.

Our guest was taken against his will, drugged, and brutalized repeatedly. He spent many months in the hospital after this experience and is still in very bad shape physically. But he’s standing up in the Amazon and not allowing this shaman to continue this behavior. Apparently, this shaman has acted out like this before with others. Mr. Sauder has called upon legal counsel in the Amazon to take this matter to court. He is seeking damages, and to put this shaman in jail for assault and battery. He urgently needs funds to pay for legal counsel to wrap up this matter once and for all.

In this segment, Richard Sauder also shares about another very important hushed subject in the Amazon: headhunting, and what is really going on there where visitors are disappearing. Tune in as the author of Hidden in Plain Sight and The Richard Sauder Briefing brings us a shocking tale of the darkest side of the Amazon.