1st Ever Deaf Visionary Shamanic Retreat

1st Ever Deaf Visionary Shamanic RetreatFor the first time (that we know of!) Deaf community has an opportunity participate in the intensive world of Ayahuasca Shamanism, and ancient practice that clears dark energy and entities from the body, can heal physical ailments, and balance emotional and spiritual blockers present in most of us.

1,000 Ancient Tombs, Unique Remains Found in Colombia

1,000 Ancient Tombs, Unique Remains Found in ColombiaBuilders clearing land for a housing project in Colombia have uncovered an ancient burial site containing nearly a thousand tombs linked to two little-known civilizations.

The shaman of Karshong

The shaman of Karshong2 May, 2008 - It was the eighth day of the 11th month of the dog year. Sangay Wangdi, a farmer of Karshong village in Trongsa, was out playing archery when he started acting strange all of a sudden.

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Belohlavek at the Barbican

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Belohlavek at the Barbican am a woman who flies. I am the sacred eagle woman. There was Karita Mattila, tall as a tower, and clad in canary-yellow kaftan, raising those great arms and that great voice, to give the British premiere of Kaija Saariaho's Mirage, her new work for soprano, cello and orchestra.

Odd Couple of the Jungle

Odd Couple of the JungleDouglas McMeekin was a failed businessman in Kentucky, and Juan Kunchikuy was a hunter in a remote nook of the Amazon rain forest who killed monkeys, deer and wild pigs with a blowgun and poison darts. Now this unlikely pair has joined forces in a remarkable campaign to save the rain forest, “the lungs of the earth” that suck up the carbon we spew out. Of all the struggles to fight climate change, this is one of the more quixotic — and inspiring.