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The Ancient Practice of Tengriism, Shamanism and Ancient Worship of the Sky Gods

The Ancient Practice of Tengriism, Shamanism and Ancient Worship of the Sky Gods     In ancient times, people in Central Asia practiced a religion known as Tengriism, which focused on living in harmony with the natural universe. While this religion was founded and ... More

Santa’s Shamanic Origins

Santa’s Shamanic OriginsWith the holidays approaching, I would like to share an interesting take on the origins of Christmas mythology. It has been proposed that many aspects of the Christmas tradition ma... More

Native American Youth 2014: Obama To Announce Generation Indigenous Program To Improve Young America

Native American Youth 2014: Obama To Announce Generation Indigenous Program To Improve Young AmericaPresident Barack Obama is directing his attention toward better opportunities for young American Indians. Obama was expected to announce Wednesday a new initiative called Generatio... More

Living traditions: Sindh celebrates its culture in style

Living traditions: Sindh celebrates its culture in styleHYDERABAD: Traditional music, dress code and dances of Sindh came to life on Sunday as the province celebrated Sindhi Culture Day. The celebrations this year were, however, oversha... More

Russia's Murky World Of Alternative Medicine

RussiaMOSCOW — Russia is living through a painful overhaul of the national health system, with doctors and patients protesting in the streets as hospitals close. But a recent study of ... More

Nagapa: A local Cherokee shares the spirit of the sweat lodge

Nagapa: A local Cherokee shares the spirit of the sweat lodgePerhaps one of the best-known Cherokee rituals is the sweat lodge. It’s practiced in many traditions and many countries, but for the Cherokee, says Yonv FrenchHawk, it’s a que... More

Kajiwe, Kenya's most feared mganga

Kajiwe, KenyaIf there’s a medicine man in Kenya’s history who enjoys unrivalled fame and who left an awe-inspiring legacy of neutralising ‘dark forces’ of witchcraft, then it must be on... More

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Wisdom Keeper of The Month

Naba Iritah Shenmira

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Naba Iritah Shenmira is a priest/healer from the Dogon bloodline of the Gourmantche region of Meritah (Africa). In Kemetic society, the Naba bloodline of the Dogon was in charge of
the spiritual life of the Pharaoh, keeping the highest levels of spiritual and astronomical knowledge. Iritah’s teachings include the technical, spiritual and philosophical components of the Medu language (humanity’s original language secretly preserved as traditional Africa’s initiatic language, commonly known as Egyptian hieroglyphs), Ka’at Ibi (traditional meditation), and traditional healing. As a decedent of the Egyptians and their knowledge, Iritah now leads Ankhkasta Natural Healing which is a network of priest/healers throughout West Africa and initiates of The Earth Center Schools.

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Book of The Month

The Toltec Secret: Dreaming Practices of the Ancient Mexicans

By Sergio Magana

The Toltec Secret: Dreaming Practices of the Ancient Mexicans by Sergio MaganaWhen the phase of the Sixth Sun began, it was time for the ancient teachings of Mexico to be shared with the world. Sergio Magana's dreaming teacher predicted that, after the
eclipse on July 11, 2010, Sergio would be one of the spokespeople to carry the teachings of this rich spiritual tradition, which has been closed to outsiders until now. The original holders of this secret knowledge, the Chichimeca, were considered to be masters, with a deep understanding of the dream state and a working knowledge of how our perceptions form our reality, as well as the capacity to influence matter. In this extraordinary work, Sergio shares the wisdom and practices that inspired Carlos Castaneda to write about nahual and tonal reality, and explains the deep power of dreaming, altered states of perception, and expanded consciousness.

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Film of The Month

Healing: traditions helping modern American Indian warriors

By Taki Telonidis

Healing: traditions helping modern American Indian warriors by Taki TelonidisAn encounter with an American Indian veteran of the Korean War sparked an idea that has turned into "Healing the Warrior's Heart," a documentary on ancient traditions of American Indians that
are helping military service people returning from war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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