Taita Jacho Castelo

2017-08-02 10:06:26

Taita Jacho Castelo Taita Jacho Castelo is from Quito Ecuado. He is a Yachak - Taita de la medicina indígena from the Kichuwa tradition. A community organizer and teacher he is a Healer and Andean Therapist with more than 30 years of experience in ancestral medicine. He is also a Researcher of indigenous culture, spirituality, and natural medicine. He is an expert in enhancing the extraordinary powers of health that have body and mind; Share ancestral secrets for health without medications and techniques to raise vitality and internal energy.

Ac Tah the Maya Walker

2017-07-06 12:45:16

Ac Tah the Maya WalkerKnown in his native land of Mexico as Caminante Maya, "The Walking Maya," Ac Tah is a wisdom keeper, spiritual leader and direct descendant Maya who travels extensively throughout Mexico to deliver what he calls "messages of light"-inspirational words of compassion, peace, community, understanding, and unity. This appearance is part of Ac Tah's first U.S. tour and is his only Minnesota appearance.

Adyg-Tulush Kara-ool Dopchun-ool

2017-05-31 10:55:15

Adyg-Tulush Kara-ool Dopchun-oolAdyg-Tulush Kara-ool Dopchun-ool is a native of Kara-Bulun in Ulug-Khem Kozhuun, Siberia, where his grandmother, Ulug-Kara-Kham was a famous shaman in the last century. Kara-ool Dopchun-ool is the highest shaman in the Tuva Republic. Born in 1948, he is nicknamed Big Bear, and is the supreme shaman of Adyg-Eeren - The Spirit of Bear Society. Kara-ool Dopchun-ool is the chief of the Society, and is one of the descendants of the ancient Tuvian Clan of Bear. Each shaman in Adyg-Eeren is a characteristic personality with its own unique history. In 1982, Kara-ool saw his grandmother, who was also a great shaman, in his dreams, and she passed him her gift. His grandparents were burnt alive in their yurt for shamanism, according to Kara-ool. He woke up to find a piece of cloth in his hand, which he keeps carefully as a talisman.

Rita Pitka Blumenstein

2017-05-01 13:20:50

Rita Pitka BlumensteinA Yup’ik tribal elder, Rita Pitka Blumenstein is one of the 13 grandmothers of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, a global alliance that teaches ancestral ways of prayer, education, and healing. Born on a fishing boat and raised in Tununak, Alaska, she is a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, wife, aunt, sister, and friend. Blumenstein has worked at many hospitals delivering babies as a doctor’s aide and is now a tribal doctor at the South Central Foundation, where she uses plants and energy medicine for healing. She also has traveled extensively, teaching native Alaskan basket weaving, song, dance, and the “talking circle,” to earn money for Native American Colleges.

Natem Anank

2017-04-01 16:31:38

Natem AnankNatem Anank was born in 1947 to the Shuar of the Sacred Waterfalls, deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon. He is an Uwishin (traditional healer) guided by Arutam and the wisdom of his ancestors. Natem’s mission in life is: to help people, to preserve the Shuar culture, and to protect the beautiful rainforest the Shuar have called home for thousands of years. Many years ago he traveled to the United Stateswith a group of musicians called “Grupo Chaarip” who performed at a variety of international events. Their hope was to generate interest in Shuar culture, philosophy and mythology while raising awareness about over-consumption and the consequential contamination of the rainforest.