Page Bryant 


   & Scott Guynup

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Page Bryant 

Author & Visionary

For more than 40 years, Page Bryant was an intuitive counselor, teacher of the Ancient Wisdoms, radio & television personality, author, and lecturer.  She had written 12 books, 2 of which were published in England, as well as numerous monographs, contributed articles, and channeled lessons from her spirit teacher,


Bryant was living in Sedona, Arizona when she was one of the first people to identify specific locations there of powerful energy centers that she called vortexes. A vortex “is believed to be a special spot on the earth where energy is either entering into the earth or projecting out of the earth’s plane,” according to “Vortexes (or vortices) are found at sacred sites throughout the world – the Great Pyramid in Egypt, Machu Picchu in Peru, Bali, Stonehenge, Ayers Rock in Australia, etc. It is believed that the vortex energy moves in a spiral, moving up or down.”

Page Bryant’s proclamations arrived just as the New Age movement was gathering momentum, and thousands of people moved to Sedona to be close to the energy centers she identified. Bryant later moved to Western North Carolina and, in 1994, published “The Spiritual Reawakening of the Great Smoky Mountains.

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Page Bryant was an Astronomer, Astrologer, Egyptologist, Shamanic practitioner, Ceremonialist, First Apprentice to Sun Bear… renown for her exploration/research and ceremonial practices at sacred sites throughout the world. Page is responsible for identifying the energy vortexes of Sedona!

Page Bryant has been a professional psychic and intuitive counselor for over twenty-five years. During that time she has enjoyed numerous accomplishments. From 1973 through 1990, Page had her own radio talk show in several major markets. Page also had her own half-hour television series in 1976 in WLCY-TV in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida. She was the first psychic to have her own talk shows in the U.S. While on KMPC in Los Angeles, Page was a daily featured guest on the Gary Owens Show.

In 1975, Page Bryant was nominated for the Outstanding Young Women of America award. In 1995 she was nominated for Who’s Who Among International Intellectuals through Cambridge University in England. Page, along with her husband Scott Guynup, have traveled extensively over the past twenty years, throughout the U.S., England, Scotland, and Egypt.


During her travels, Page has been a successful lecturer and workshop/seminar facilitator.

Page was the first apprentice of Sun Bear, the well-known Chippewa medicine man and founder of the Bear Tribe Medicine Society. She has been a teacher at Sun Bear’s Medicine Wheel Gatherings for the