Malaysian plane mystery bewilders, frustrates
Solving the mystery of the missing Malaysian plane is proving to be as easy as cracking a homicide without a body.
Or a witness.
Or a motive.
All while billions of people are waiting for the kind of quick and clear resolution that we've come to expect in the information age ó and speculating in sometimes wild ways when that resolution doesn't come.
his week on Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya Moore took the next logical step in her journey toward becoming a mother: She attended a Shaman blessing to be healed and ensure her future fertility.
"The Shamans have been known to bless many women with children after their spiritual cleansing," Kenya explained.
Shamans, those exotic high priests of the isolated wilderness who command trance-level consciousness, have become increasingly popular in New Age spiritual quests. In the US, ancient shamanism is also receiving more and more scholarly attention at the same time that contemporary shamans are finding their own followings.Indigenous Students Association proposes new sweat lodge for UBC
Indigenous UBC students may soon be getting a new sweat lodge on campus ó provided they can obtain permission.
Representatives of UBCís First Nations House of Learning met with members of the Indigenous Students Association (InSA) on Friday, March 14, to discuss the possibility of building a new lodge on campus.
The internationally respected Yanomami shaman Davi Kopenawa will be visiting California in April to talk about protecting the rainforests and his spiritual life, both of which are connected in his recent book. He will be traveling with Survival International (SI) Research Director Fiona Watson, an ally of the Yanomami and friend to Kopenawa for more than 20 years.