Nicki Scully

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Nicki Scully (née Rudolph) is an American author, shaman and priestess. She was ordained as a priestess of Hathor by Lady Olivia Robertson, co-founder of the Fellowship of Isis.[1] She has been visiting Egypt since 1978, and has incorporated aspects of Egyptian magic, lore and imagery into her shamanic work.[2] She specializes in spiritual tours to Egypt, Greece, Peru, and what she regards as other sacred power centers,[3] She is the ex-wife of Rock Scully, former manager of the Grateful Dead[4] and they have a daughter named Sage.

Scully also offers philanthropic projects through Sahalie Publishing Company,[5] which was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) Oregon corporation in 1977. One of its projects, the Animal Circus CD And You Will Fly featuring Scully, Roland Barker and Mark Hallert, which was created for children facing potentially terminal diseases, was produced with a grant from the Rex Foundation.[6]

Tribal Alchemy music group[edit]

"Nicki Scully & Tribal Alchemy", a New Age/World music group, was featured at the Hog Farm’s annual “Pig-Nic” in 1995, and as part of “The Celebration of the Psychedelic Sixties” in San Francisco, organized by Reg E. Williams, author of ‘’The Straight on the Haight’’ and founder of the Straight Theatre.[7] They have produced one CD in 1997, entitled Tribal Alchemy.

Published works[edit]


CDs & DVDs[edit]

  • Alchemical Healing: Experiences, Insights, and Empowerments (DVD) Sacred Mysteries Productions 2005 - UPC 809573960298
  • ...And You Will Fly! With Roland Barker and Mark Hallert (CD for children) Sahalie Publishing Co.* Awakening the Cobra with Roland Barker - Shamanic Journeys Ltd
  • Becoming an Oracle 2009 ISBN 978-1-59179-699-2
  • Journey for Healing with Kuan Yin with Roland Barker & Jerry Garcia - Sahalie Publishing Company & Shamanic Journeys
  • Journey with Eagle and Elephant with Roland Barker
  • Tribal Alchemy 1997 New Leaf Distributing Company ISBN 0962336556, ISBN 978-0962336553



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