Serpent And The Sun Tales of an Aztec Apprentice
Tachi is 21 and has lived below the poverty line all of his life. He is a member of the Revolutionary Zapatista Collective in Mexico City. He is searching for his roots. Ehe is a 52nd Generation medicine man and traditional healer from the Tetzkatlipoka Tradition of Darkness. Through a series of extraordinary circumstances, the two meet. Things will never be the same. Extraordinary and inventive, Serpent and the Sun was filmed on a month-long journey through Mexico. This riveting Hybrid Documentary explores the roots of an Aztec medicine man and his apprentice while trekking through the mountains of rural Mexico. This powerful, visual feast combines dreamlike panoramic landscapes with heart-warming stories. Join the journey as we trace the adventures of this unlikely duo as they travel on a journey of epic proportions.
2012 The End of Time: The Inka Prophecy
n this documentary filmed in the Peruvian Andes and Lake Titicaca, Dr. Alberto Villoldo and the Inka shamans narrate the latest updates on the 2012 prophecy of the End of Time. This film shows for the first time the Inka shamans as they consult the coca leaves to convey the latest reading of the prophecy, and the tumultuous times and tremendous opportunities that they foretell. The Shamans of the Americas announce a time of upheaval, turmoil and opportunity that peaks on December 21, 2012. But the prophecy does more than predict the doom of humanity, it also offers great hope by presenting us with energy-based practices and processes that we can bring into our daily lives for manifesting opportunities during these times of great change.
The Vodou Healer
VODOU HEALER is a film about Papa Joe, a Afro-American voodoo priest from the suburbs of Raleigh, North Carolina. Papa Joe grew up in rural North Carolina not far from the South Carolina border. His father believed in the power of hoodoo (root magic) while his mother is a pentecostal christian. Papa Joe’s godfather was a “root doctor”, a spiritual worker, who worked the “roots” for conjuring, a practice passed on from the Congo slaves of Africa .
Mystic Fire: Nadia Stepanova: Siberian Shaman
Nadia Stepanova is a Buryatian shaman who is reviving shamanic ritual ceremonies that for centuries have ruled the life in the taiga. Nadia Stepanova hopes that the young people will again be aware of spirituality and of the gifts that Mother Nature bestows us.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Shamans of the Global Village
Shamans of the Global Village is a independently produced documentary series focusing on indigenous entheogenic medicines and the Western shamanic resurgence. It is a project that has been a long time in the making, has gone through many challenges, but because of the passions and unique skill sets of its creators, is like nothing you’ve ever seen. Indigenous people across the globe have used sacred plant medicines for millennia to heal, illuminate and connect them to the web of life. But each of these psychoactive medicines needs a healer to connect them to their patients: the shaman.