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Iba, a Huni Xui shaman from Amazonia, realized, over time, that he could not recall the ayahuasca songs that his father was transmitting him, and that this knowledge was going to be lost; anxious of the sustainability of his sacred tradition, he decided to tape his father, asking, later, his followers and family, to draw while he was singing:Prominent scientists sign declaration that animals have conscious awareness, just like us
An international group of prominent scientists has signed The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness in which they are proclaiming their support for the idea that animals are conscious and aware to the degree that humans are — a list of animals that includes all mammals, birds, and even the octopus. But will this make us stop treating these animals in totally inhumane ways?Yanomami Indians ‘massacred’ by goldminers in Venezuela
Goldminers in Venezuela have carried out a ‘massacre’ of isolated Yanomami Indians, according to reports received by Survival International.
Witnesses of the aftermath described finding ‘burnt bodies and bones’ when they visited the community of Irotatheri in the country’s Momoi region, close to the border with Brazil.
The city states of the ancient Mayan empire flourished in southern Mexico and northern Central America for about six centuries. Then, around A.D. 900 Mayan civilization disintegrated.Mexico’s offbeat fairs and festivals
Fairs and festivals celebrating everything from saint's days to animals to death are a daily fact of life in Mexico. U.S. travelers are familiar with many of them, from Cinco de Mayo to Day of the Dead to seemingly endless Christmas celebrations, but many of Mexico's events are either not well known or are simply unlike anything you'll find in the rest of the world. Here are some of our favorites; there's no point trying to choose one over another, so they are arranged by date.