Category Archives: Shamanism

Native American Prophecy part II

part 6 has footage from the longest walk in 2008 to the white house.Hear Dennis Banks, the co-founder of teh American Indian Movement  speak.

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Native American Prophecy

A Native American Elder talks about the evolution of time, how it evolves. There is first a purification time and then a renewal time – we are getting close to this time. He talks about how America is dying from within, because the instructions for how to live on earth have been forgotten, he talks about prophecies, the spirit world, the sacredness of every-thing, mans problems and the lack of spiritual connection with earth. Everything has a spirit and was brought here by the creator. We are ALL one family. The Native Americans say that when Columbus came, that was the first world war. By the time of the 2nd world war, there were only 800,000 Native Americans left, from 60 MILLION. I love this video and the other subsequent parts…

 

 

 

 

Peru, Land Of The Inca

Peru – a multicultural nation. This country has everything the planet has to offer, all the micro climates and all the regions – stunning coastlines, highlands, jungle, rainforest, lakes, green as well as snow covered mountains, canyons, palm trees, waterfalls, swamps, deserts, the Andes – Pacific beaches up to the snow line. Peru – ancient, mysterious, stunning. Soaring peaks and carved valleys lead the way to THE bucket list topper: Machu Pichu…..

A diverse range of animals are to be found in Peru from monkeys, seals, cheetahs and other big cats, butterflies, frogs, llamas, exotic birds, butterflies and frogs, flamingos. A diverse food and drink menu is available traditional style. Partake in extreme sports, hiking, bike tours, skiing, white water rafting, horse riding, shamanic workshops and retreats drinking the sacred brew Ayahuasca or the cactus San Pedro. My mum and I have both drunk Ayahuasca in Brasil, and my Mum also went to Peru to go on a 6 week Shamanic workshop with San Pedro, Peru is steeped in rich history, tradition and customs. Visit Historical ruins shrouded in mystery and magic, witness tribal ceremonial dances to customary dances such as the Alcatraz. Vibrant city life with a busy night life to more humble indigenous dwellings – In Peru you can find just about everything that takes your interest and that inspires you. And it’s so cheap once you’re there!

Peru is also home to a UNESCO world heritage site – The Nazca Lines in southern Peru are a group of pre-Columbian geoglyphs etched into the desert sands. Covering an area of nearly 1,000 sq. kilometers, there are around 300 different figures, including aliens, animals and plants. Composed of over 10,000 lines, some of which measure 30 meters wide and stretch more than 9 kilometers, the figures are most visible from the air or nearby hilltops.

In fact, just watch the video to be inspired!

 

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Co3Zy0LLWuI%2520

RELATED: Machu Picchu, Lost City of the Incas, Peru

Luna Adventures and the Luna Project – wilderness guiding company in Ontario

Have you heard of this amazing project in Canada before? Or maybe you have been there already? Tell us about your experience in the comments 🙂 I haven’t been, but this sounds totally amazing to me.

LUNA Adventures offers fully guided and outfitted Canadian Wilderness Expeditions no matter what your level of experience. Whether you’re new to wilderness hiking, or you’re an experienced white water paddler, Luna adventures are your one stop adventure outfitter.

Alternative learning center
Wilderness guiding company
Safe, informative, enjoyable
From canoeing to snowshoeing
Guides with skills and the necessary knowledge
Situated in southern Ontario
Part of the rural community of St. George
Major city centers of Brantford, Cambridge and Hamilton are close by … the list is endless.

The LUNA Project is a working model of low impact sustainable Living – examples of solar and wind energy, water conservation, organic farming, and natural habitat restoration. All awaiting your discovery.

To make the most of your wilderness adventure, you will be supported by guides who supply the necessary skills and knowledge and who give you the confidence to make the most out of your wilderness adventure. There will also be opportunities where you can develop and maybe even reflect on your values and there is also a chance for you to experience how you might be able to take an active role in creating a healthier environment for our future generations. Trips are available for kids, families, groups and schools.

Also check out the website for workshops and events –

The LUNA Series is a collection of programs and workshops offered by passionate, skilled, instructors to help sooth your body mind and soul. It’s our hope and desire that this series will help to bond together a strong community of like minded individuals, who are passionate to create a positive change in our world, and within themselves. Utilizing the unique calming environment that LUNA provides, all workshops will take place in the forests, meadows and yurts on-site.

Do you want to go there right now? Then click here for more info → www.lunaticadventures.com

Paiute Native American Shaman Wovoka, the Ghost Dance

The Ghost Dance appeared during a time of desperation for the Native American Indian peoples. The Ghost Dance started when Paiute shaman Jack Wilson, or Wovoka, had a vision that if our people would dance and sing Indians would live again. The Ghost Dance spread throughout the land. In Dec. 1890 the military panicked and massacred innocent Lakota Indian people at Wounded Knee whilst they were dancing. It is one of the worst (and most cowardly, inhumane) incidents in United States history. Judy Trejo – Summit Lake (Tommo Agi) and Walker River (Agi) Paiute and Anita Collins – Shoshone and Walker River Paiute speak about Wovoka. The Round Dance was a traditional Great Basin dance that spread across the land in the form of the Ghost Dance, and is now part of many celebrations. Robbie Robertson sings “Ghost Dance”.

Leonardo DiCaprio Stands with Great Sioux Nation

Leonardo DiCaprio Stands With Great Sioux Nation to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

The campaign to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline continues to gain steam with Leonardo DiCaprio and actors from the upcoming Justice League film joining the cause.
Dakota Access—a subsidiary of Texas-based  Energy Transfer Partners LP—has proposed a $3.7 billion, 1,168-mile pipeline that will transfer up to 570,00 barrels of crude oil per day from theNorth Dakota Bakken region through South Dakota and Iowa into Illinois.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Stands with Great Sioux Nation

Leo is just amazing. He uses his fame and money to do good in the world, especially for Native Americans and wildlife. I’ve always been a big fan of his. Ever since I saw Romeo and Juliet when it first came out. I’ve always liked that he’s such a private man and there’s never been bad press about him. Well, not that I’ve read anyway. I ♥ him!

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Leonardo DiCaprio donates $15million to environmental causes

Farmer gives 700 acres of Californian ancestral coast back to Native American Tribe

Totally and utterly heart warming. Feels like a small piece of justice has been done to Native Americans ♥

A Californian landowner, Bill Richardson is returning his near  700 acre family farm – purchased in 1925, to a neighboring Native American tribe that was forced inland, away from their breathtaking coastline, 150 years ago. The reservation the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians has now increased 18 times in size, and for the first time in more than a century, will reach to the Pacific coast where they and their ancestors once hunted, fished, and roamed free. The property features dense redwood forest, towering coastal bluffs and waterfalls along the Pacific Coast Highway, in 1925… to read more:

Farmer returns 700 acres of California coast to Native American Tribe