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Monday, 8 June 2009
Canada apologises to indigenous population - 10 Jun 08
For more than a century, tens of thousands of native Canadian children were forced to attend residential schools where they were made to adopt the customs of the country's white majority.
But many say they suffered years of physical and sexual abuse.
Now the government is set to formally apologise and pay hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to victims.
Rosalind Jordan reports.
Sunday, 7 June 2009
Entheogenic Shamanism Ancient Astronauts History - 51:48 - Dec 30, 2007 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2235844311749679560
Visionary Shamanism: Ritual Healing in Peruvian Huachuma Curanderismo - 05:27 - Aug 20, 2006
Munay Production - http://activetalk.net/healing/
Within Peru’s northern coastal and highland areas exists a tradition of applied indigenous wisdom that has thrived for millennia, and while still strong, it too faces the inescapable pressures of transformation. Known as curanderismo, this shamanic tradition utilizes the knowledge acquired through its great past to provide individual healing to community members and techniques in maintaining harmony and balance between the human and natural worlds. Reaching forth from the very dawn of Andean civilization, it is a preeminently practical tradition, emphasizing our ability to form and sustain balanced relationships among ourselves and the environment as well as providing time-honored techniques for re-establishing these desired conditions when they are absent. Essentially holistic, the methodology of curing entails the ritual blending of knowledge, cosmology, herbal practice, and visionary experience in its therapy. The final result is the transformative power it communicates through it innate artistry and the dramatic presence of the sacred. In its current form, Peruvian San Pedro Curanderismo highlights the balanced integration of traditional wisdom and practice within a structure inclusive of change and the specific needs faced by the modern world. keywords: shamanism, shaman, healer, healing, sacred, peru, traditional medicine, san pedro, huachuma, mescaline, peru, south america«
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Fire on the Mountain: A Gathering of Shamans - 1:46:03 - Jul 9, 2006
Mystic Fire Video & Global Vision - www.global-vision.org/
A film by David Cherniack Productions in association with Global Vision Corporation and Mystic Fire Video Fire on the Mountain: A Gathering of Shamans is a documentary about the connection between consciouness and nature, as embodied in the spiritual traditions of Indigenous Peoples, whose ecological metaphors of the sacred are so relevant to the modern world. We shot the project in 1997 at an historic 10-day gathering of shamans from five continents, who travelled to Karma Ling, a Tibetan Buddhist retreat centre in the Val Saint Hugon in Savoy, in the French Alps, to discuss their concerns with H.H. the Dalai Lama and high-level representatives of the world's religions. This documentary embodies the wish of these Indigenous People - all traditional wisdom-keepers, shamans and medicine-women - who requested us to communicate their message to the world. The video can be purchased by online mailorder from Mystic Fire Video at http://www.mysticfire.com/
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