Nov 19, 2019
Hoy se estreno en televisión nacional de señal colombia el programa de televisión de conectados sobre la comida de nativos de hawaii.
Sensacional volver a lo nuestro, defender la tradición y raíces es inspiración.
Jun 4, 2019
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Mar 27, 2017
I am a French-speaking Quebecker with some Mi'kmaq ancestry. I would like to know more about my ancestors' culture.
Jan 10, 2017
Mayan Spirituality – An ancient religion still going strong
The traditional Maya religion was founded in 250 AD and has existed for over two millennia. It was founded on the notion that everything in the world contains sacredness. Before the arrival of Christianity it was spread over many different Indigenous kingdoms, each with its own variant. During the first 650 years, Mayan civilization consisted of over 40 large cities, spanning modern-day Mexico, Guatemala and northern Belize.
The Mayan rel...
I'm a Cree elder from northern Canada (Quebec). In our language, we call our homeland Eeyou Istchee (our land). I was born and raised on the land and I stand for the protection and preservation of my homeland for the enjoyment of generations yet to come.
Nov 6, 2016
2015 in Chulula,Puebla city, Mexico . 21 of Mars ,celebrating the light in the old pyramid of Chulula, with many shaman ,purification with smugling and with cristal
I live in a 350-year old tree in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. My son Mark maintains my account. I died on July 14th, 2007 aged 85
Nov 1, 2016
Wechekeche Ñi Trawün – meaning “young people together” – is a Chilean Mapuche collective that fuses their musical heritage with modern-day urban beats in an effort to keep their ancient Indigenous culture alive. The organization was set up in 2005 by history teacher Axel Paillafilu and other founding members from Santiago. Group members meet up in their clubhouse on a regular basis to organize various activities relating to Mapuche culture, such as cooking, language teaching, history, palin pl...
THE ANCIENT ART OF SURFING: Riding ancient waves
Surfing is an Ancient Hawaiian tradition and one of the oldest sports still practiced in the world. Wave-sliding - he’e nalu - was a popular pastime in Hawaii long before the arrival of Europeans. Rather than considering it an extreme sport for adrenaline junkies, Ancient Hawaiians revered the art of surfing and made it an important part of their culture. They made their own board shapers and carried out a sacred ritual on the trees from which they ...