Ancient Tagalog Deities in Philippine Mythology. The stories of ancient Philippine mythology include deities, creation stories, mythical creatures, and beliefs.
Ancient Philippine mythology varies among the many indigenous tribes of the Philippines. Some groups during the pre-Spanish conquest era believed in a single Supreme Being who created the world and everything in it, while others chose to worship a multitude of tree and forest deities (diwatas). Diwatas came from the Sanskrit word devata which means “deity“, one of the several significant Hindu influences in the Pre-Hispanic religion of the ancient Filipinos. Sandra Ingerman. Super powers of central Australia's traditional healers. Andy Tjilari.
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Our religion is not one of paint and feathers; it is a thing of the heart"Handsome Lake This above statement expresses the true center and root meaning of Native Spirituality, the heart. Prayers are said with the heart and carried upon the wind. These are thoughts for the heart, soul and the mind, to remember who we truly are, where we come from and where we are going. Mulungu Bark and Mulungu Powder. Mulungu Mulungu is a medium-sized, well-branched tree that grows 10-14 m high.
It produces many pretty, reddish-orange flowers (pollinated by hummingbirds) at the ends of the tree's many branches. The tree is sometimes called "coral flower," as the flowers resemble the color of orange coral. Several Erythrina tree species are used by indigenous peoples in the Amazon as medicines, insecticides, and fish poisons. The Path of the Sacred Clown: Where Trickster and Shaman Converge.
“If the fool would persist in his folly, he would become wise.”
–William Blake Most of us are familiar with the prototypical clowns: red-nosed clowns, court jesters, and Tarot fools. But sacred clowns take clowning to a whole other level. The Ne’wekwe “mud-eaters” were the Zuni equivalent of a sacred clown. The Cherokee had sacred clowns known as Boogers who performed “Booger dances” around a community fire. Stanley Good Voice Elk, Lakota Heyoka. Owls Wings – Hail, Brightener of Darkness! Happy Solstice to One and All! Brightener of Darkness, hail!
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The Northwest Coastal People - Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing. The Northwest Coastal People - Groups in this Region. Northwest Tribal Art Symbols. Western red cedar is a large tree, up to 70 metres tall and 4.3 metres in trunk diametre.
A dominant tree in moist forest habitats along the coast from Vancouver Island to Alaska. The Greatest Epidemic Sickness Known to Humanity. The following is Part One in a series.
Read Part Two here. In the book Columbus and other Cannibals, indigenous author Jack D. Forbes lucidly explores a psychological disease that has been informing human self-destructive behavior that Native American people have known about for years. Shamanism Without Borders. Article - Spiritual Parasite: A Shamanic Perspective Of Abuse, And Its Treatment. Spiritual Parasite: A Shamanic Perspective Of Abuse, And Its Treatment It is well recognized that a person who has suffered abuse will tend in life to either become a perpetrator of further abuse or become self-destructive.Why?
Journeys to our origins. You Get Told Exactly What You Need to Hear: A Visionary Summons from the Deep Rainforest. She told you exactly what you needed to hear, that's all. Neo, sooner or later you're going to realize, just as I did, there's a difference between knowing the path and walking it. SharedWisdom. For U of M prof, hallucinogenic plants offer more than meets the eye. Listen Story audio. SOPHROSYNE : Goddess of Moderation & Temperance. Psychedelic Adventure.
The True Gospel of Lillith. Plant/Human Symbiosis & the Fall of Humanity: A Talk with Tony Wright. I believe that the lost secret of human emergence . . . the undefined catalyst that took a very bright monkey and turned that species into a self-reflecting dreamer . . . that catalyst has to be sought in these alkaloids in the food chain that were catalyzing higher states of intellectual activity. --Terence McKenna. Building Alliances of Indigenous Nations. The Simple DMT Cure for Drug Addiction and Depression. Heroin addiction is blamed on human weakness and social problems and addicts are labeled as criminals. But it is now known that some humans suffer from a lack of natural opiates in the brain, which causes them to seek the illegal remedy of heroin. Shaman Darpan on Nirburu, & a Sudden Global DMT Release.
SW writes: “We have seen an extraordinary phenomena approaching. Nordic Magic Healing: runes, charms, incantations, and galdr. Western Shaman-Healer & Author of Soul on Fire-A Transformational Journey from Priest to Shaman. Hearth Moon Rising's blog. Cybele, Rome 50 b.c.e.photo Marshall Astor. Article - Spiritual Parasite: A Shamanic Perspective Of Abuse, And Its Treatment.
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