Success in Recovery with the Sweat Hogs
The sweat lodge used by the Sweat Hogs comes from a Lakota ritual. The belief is that in the lodge, people commune with their higher power while praying and singing.
The dome shaped structure is designed to withhold heat, and contain steam. The rocks are heated to be red hot outside in a large fire, brought into the lodge and placed in the center. Water is poured on the rocks to produce steam. The occupants endure the heat as they seek answers to their prayers.
In 1922 the ethnologist and explorer, Knud Rasmussen, travelled in the interior of the Kivalliq Region and visited the Paallirmiut Inuit who lived on Lake Hikoligjuaq.Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies
THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters),Sacred Hopi masks go under the hammer in Paris
An international association defending indigenous peoples tried, in vain, to stop the Parisian auction of 70 sacred Hopi Native American masks from Arizona. FRANCE 24 takes a closer look at an unusual cross-cultural spat.The Unknown Indian: The Incredible Story of an Uncontacted Tribe Member
His name means "Hawk" in his language. Yet even with the acuity of vision the moniker suggests, Karapiru could not have foreseen the tragedy that befell his people, the Awá tribe of northeastern Brazil. He could never have imagined the day that he would have to flee for his life far into the rainforest, a shotgun pellet burning in his back, his family mown down by gunmen. Nor could he have known that this brutal day would be the first in a decade of solitude and silence.