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Who Is Bonewoman ?



She’s been around since the beginning of time! 

She wants you to know the deep truths of your soul. 

She wants to get down to the bone

To the heart of the matter! She wants to know the promise you made before you were born and help you deliver that promise! BoneWoman is here to bring you home to that ancient howl in your soul! 

She tells stories, Paints, divines, dances, howls, 

and initiates women to return to reclaim their ancient, primal, powerful feminine medicine! 


she got credentials, but mostly she got a whole lot of Soul and fierce commitment to remembering what has been forgotten; to remembering the wisdom that dances on the cave walls thousands of years ago! & more.




is an internationally respected and loved teacher, oracle, diviner, mythologist, storyteller, writer, and “outsider artist”. 

Reda received her B.A. in Psychology with a special focus on Women’s Spirituality. She graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara with an M.A. in Mythology and Depth Psychology

Reda, aka Bonewoman, embodies the wisdom of her ancestral Celtic granny witches, reading the bones, stones, & cowrie shells to peer into the otherworld to deliver messages from the ancestors, ancient ones, angels, and nature spirits.

 She channels a nature spirit being that speaks in tongues, does automatic painting, and delivers healing vibrations from the unseen realms. She was blessed to travel to Burkina Faso with the late elder Malidoma Some 25 years ago to become an initiated diviner and oracle.She has traveled internationally to offer her divinations and ritual healing work.  

Published selections are included in: 


The Circle Continues Women Respond to the Circle of Stones, Judith Duerk, ed. 

Kiss me Goodnight, Stories and Poems by Women Who Were Girls When their Mothers Died, Ann O’Fallon & Margaret Vaillancourt, eds. 

The Anthology of Monterey Bay Poets, Ryan Masters, ed.

Bonewoman Wisdom & Outsider Art “little” art book 

And, Reda’s C.D. “Mud, Blood, and Blackberries: Fictional Memoirs.”

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