Tag: Indigenous People

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Plant Intelligence and Human Consciousness

"James Hillman so eloquently put it, “It was only when science convinced us that nature was dead that it could begin its autopsy in earnest.” A living, aware, and soul-filled world does not respond well to autopsy." - Stephen Harrod Buhner, Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Beyond the Doors

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Cry of the Earth

In the winter of 1993, spiritual leaders of 7 indigenous nations of North America came to the United Nations to deliver their traditional prophecies relating to the earth.

Algonquin - Mi-kmaq - Huichol - Maya - Lakota - Iroquois - Hopi

They traveled from the four directions to bring their

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John Henrik Clarke

"To control a people you must first control what they think about themselves and how they regard their history and culture. And when your conqueror makes you ashamed of your culture and your history, he needs no prison walls and no chains to hold you."

"Powerful people cannot afford to

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Australian Atomic Confessions

Sacrificial Lambs on the High Alter of Science
Australian servicemen and nomadic Aboriginals reveal the devastating effects of atomic weapons testing carried out in Australia by the British during the 1950s. For the first time, members of the Royal Australian Army, Air Force and Navy describe former top secret aspects

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Alexander Ward

The Shaman's Last Apprentice

'The Shaman's Last Apprentice' is a narrative documentary focusing on the story of Rebekah Shaman, who in 1997 followed a vision she received from a Shaman calling her to the Amazon, where she found and studied intensively with a powerful Ayahuasquero Shaman in a little village

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