I'm A Celebrity, Get Me In Here! David Beckham and his best friend prove to be forest fans...
Former footballer David Beckham has paid a visit to the Yanomami tribe in Brazil as part of a new TV documentary.
The 38-year-old football icon was joined by one of his closest friends Dave Gardner on a trip to the Brazilian jungle to film a special documentary, which follows the friends exploring and experiencing the isolation of the Brazilian rainforest.
David and his friends travelled over 5,000 miles from London to South America, to experience life in the Amazon rainforest to discover the 'real Brazil'.
LGBT: its an arrangement of letters that many of us have seen before, but for those who are unfamiliar with it, the acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. As an acronym adopted by what was formerly known simply as the gay community, its purpose has been to acknowledge and highlight the diversity within this self-actualizing community. Since the 1990s, the number of letters has steadily increased and now includes, but is not limited to, LGBTQQIP2SAA. The 2S,NASO powwow unites tribes, traditions
Seated in a circle, men chant lyrics and drum rhythms in remarkable unison, echoing ancestors who did the same thing centuries before. People of all ages wearing colorful shawls and headdresses march around them, socializing with one another while performing to spectators seated in folding chairs outside the circle.
This circle of friends is not closed. In fact, it is open to everyone.
in this election, in the form of spiritual advisors. Ki Joko Panjihamijoyo, a Javanese shaman, was once the spiritual advisor to the king of Solo but today, the 67-year-old provides his services to aspiring politicians. He said nearly three times as many candidates have sought spiritual help this year compared with the previous elections in 2009.Drink a cup of bitter gourd juice and shut up
Nearly all of us can go back in history and find a Native American in our family tree a great grandmother or great, great aunt or somebody.
When early settlers arrived in the United states there were more than two thousand tribes of Native Americans. Each tribe had and some still have their own system of herbal medicine that was, in many ways, far superior to the European style of health care practiced by the pioneers.