New collaboration with Republic of Ancient Future of Light and our beloved Moyenei Valdez.
It is a musical short film) for an unreleased song and dedicated to water (hualina). The video is also both prayer to Water and at the same time a call of attention to current issues, such as the preservation of nature and open-air dumps megaminería, femicide problems, among others. The video, shot in Wirikuta, San Luis Potosi two weeks ago, is now entering the stage of editing and post-production.
Please help the campaign by donating what you can and sharing the video. Thank you for supporting the inter-dependent art!
I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations, ask you to understand an Indigenous perspective on what has happened in America, what we call “Turtle Island.” My words seek to unite the global community through a message from our sacred ceremonies to unite spiritually, each in our own ways of beliefs in the Creator.
We have been warned from ancient prophecies of these times we live in today, but have also been given a very important message about a solution to turn these terrible times.
To understand the depth of this message you must recognize the importance of Sacred Sites and realize the interconnectedness of what is happening today, in reflection of the continued massacres that are occurring on other lands and our own Americas.
Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco-UNAM | 1, 2 y 3 de junio
Mesas redondas y conferencias con los principales activistas, teóricos, investigadores y gestores del mundo en torno a la inequi- tativa relación entre la Madre Tierra, los minerales, las aguas, las plantas, los animales y los seres humanos, con énfasis en la visión, el conocimiento y las experiencias de los pueblos indígenas.
We were recently invited to participate in a beautiful gathering held in the caribbean coast of Panama. GeoParadise : Tribal Gathering brings together indigenous cultures from around the world with modern tribes , travellers and explorers of consciousness. I’m still digesting the experience. Here some of the pictures taken with my phone and posted on my Instagram account .
Today its exactly 2 years since the state police of Morelos, Mexico evicted by force the people’s camp: “the Caudillo of the South”, installed by the Los Frentes Unidos en Defensa de Tepoztlán as a means of peaceful resistance to the imposition of federal highway by the Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes del Estado de Morelos of the State of Morelos and the company Tradeco. Here a personal photo gallery of what happened that morning in July 2013.
2 years of repression and eviction of the camp ” El Caudillo del Sur”. The struggle continues !
C.A.S.A (spanish acronym for Council of Sustainable Settlements in Latin America) is the Latin American branch of the Global Ecovillage Network or GEN. It was formed in the Call of the Mountain in January 2012 to ‘coordinate the networks of various sustainable initiatives, both rural and urban, family or community, nomadic and educational, etc.” These types of initiatives, which are expanding rapidly in Latin America and worldwide are contributing in a big way to the regeneration of Planet Earth at this important moment we are living planet.