Aboriginal dancers set to entrance

Aboriginal dancers set to entranceAustralia's leading indigenous dance company, Bangarra Dance Theatre, will hold its first workshop and masterclass for Thai students and dance teachers in Bangkok.Dance is an integral art form through which culture can be understood. Beyond learning new moves and choreographic thinking, participants will get a unique cultural experience.

Jungle tribe divides scholars

Jungle tribe divides scholarsIt became one of the fiercest scientific arguments of recent times: are the Yanomami Indians of the Amazon rainforest a symbol of how to live in peace and harmony with nature or remnants of humanity's brutal early history?

Rockport doctor details journey with cancer

Rockport doctor details journey with cancerDirk Vandersloot has treated a generation of midcoast residents with a homeopathic approach to medicine. And now those same patients are returning the favor by offering their healing energy to the Rockport resident as he deals with a cancer diagnosis. His journey has included a trip to the Philippines last month, where he visited sacred locations and met with a shaman healer.

Facebook sweat lodge, the online resurgence of native spirituality

Facebook sweat lodge, the online resurgence of native spiritualitySmudging, sweat lodges, drum songs. If you were to ask most Canadians what comprises indigenous spirituality in this country, those are the images that would likely come to mind.

Jesus was a shapeshifter, ancient text reveals, and an eagle.

Jesus was a shapeshifter, ancient text reveals, and an eagle.HE healed the sick, walked on water, turned water into wine and, according to a newly-deciphered ancient text, Jesus was also a shapeshifter.
Roelof van den Broek, a researcher from the Utrecht University in the Netherlands recently completed deciphering a 1200-year-old Egyptian text which deals with the crucifixion of Jesus.