Shamanís ritual launches exhibition
A contemporary art museum seems far from where a shamanistic ritual would take place. But at the Seoul Museum of Art yesterday, female shaman Lee Sang-soon held a gut, or a traditional shamanistic ritual, to console the spirits of the dead.
The sun slid behind the mountains and a Cheshire moon rose above the flat plateau of Mount Serenity as a small and unlikely gathering settled in for the blessing of Father Nazarin's 30 acres.Ayahuasca in Peru: Mysterious and Magical Medicine
n the Amazon rainforest there grows a vine called ayahuasca (which translates to "vine of the soul"). When the vine is mixed with certain leaves and cooked into a (foul-tasting) tea, it becomes a hallucinogenic medicine with unbelievable effects. An ayahuasca experience is often described as 10 years of therapy condensed into a single night.Archaeologists Discover 9,000 Year-Old Talisman Meteorite That Was Worshipped By Primitive People
A meteorite fragment dating back 9,000 years was discovered in a shaman's hut by archaeologists, leading to speculation that it was worshipped as a magical object, UK MailOnline reported. Since prehistoric Stone Age humans witnessed the talisman fall from space, it had gained a status of being from another world.Planetís strongest shamans gather in Tuva for landmark festival
The most powerful shamans from Sweden, Greenland, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, South Korea, and Kazakhstan have arrived in the Republic of Tuva in southern Siberia for a new international festival devoted to shamanic culture. Besides participants from abroad, the Call of 13 Shamans festival has attracted shamans from four of Russiaís regions.