Release Peter Aziz

Release Peter AzizShaman Peter Aziz age 51, was recently jailed for 15 months for supplying Ayahuasca to his patients. The main compound found in this visionary healing drink is DMT. This compound is listed as a Class A drug. However every single person on this planet takes that drug every night when they go to sleep.

WikiLeaks cable lays into Mswati

WikiLeaks cable lays into MswatiWhistle-blower website WikiLeaks published several secret dispatches from the US embassy in Mbabane, which describe palace intrigues, ranging from royal infighting to a tantrum by Libya's Muammar Gaddafi over a plane ticket.
The hits to the high-living 43-year-old monarch come in the same week in which protestors staged a week of marches to denounce his autocratic rule, and protest the collapse of the economy.

North Sumatra's Medicine Men

North SumatraThe dirt path meanders up and down, cutting through a small forest, a clear river and tall bushes. Farmers in Siberteng, a hamlet in Barusjahe, North Sumatra, must take this route on foot to get to their orange orchards in the hills. But not all of them know that some of the wild plants growing in plain sight along the way can save lives.

Ancient history in plain sight at Four Corners

Ancient history in plain sight at Four CornersCORTEZ, Colo. - “One morning after heavy rains flooded that arroyo, I found a skull,’’ said Marc Yaxley, nodding toward the dry gully bordering his remote bed-and-breakfast. “I had my fingers in the eye sockets,’’ he said, before realizing he was handling someone’s head. “Every day is like a reality TV show here.’’

Pow wow brings Native American dancers to Richmond

Pow wow brings Native American dancers to RichmondMembers of the Richmond community gathered recently to experience a traditional Native American Pow Wow. The event was hosted by the Richmond 2nd Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Musicians and dancers from all across Texas and as far away as Denver came to share their knowledge and love of the Native American culture. Children attending the Pow Wow were taught how to make leather medicine bags and beaded necklaces.