In today’s world that is spellbound to the seductive wonders of technology and industry, the modern medicine woman casts her own spell. Hers is a spell that leads the suffering out of despair.
song, "Eighties" was a standard at high-school
dances for the latter half of that decade. The band wrote about the end of capitalism and the world as we know it, and the members were magicians who conferred with the spirits. Now they rock harder, heavier, and
more beautifully than ever.
Everything in the
universe contains its own energy. Each
scientific discipline and religious group describes that energy in its own
words. It doesn't matter how we
define this energy — it matters that we acknowledge it exists. It can help us heal ourselves, and the planet.
"It is time for First Nations people to stand up and declare solidarity, and take back the guardianship of this planet." This interview with Jyoti (Jeneane Prevatt, Ph.D.) tells the story of The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, how they came to be, where they are now, and their plans for the future.
Evolver NYC is a proud media sponsor of a weekend-long celebration of the International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers including prayer, healings, prophecy and teachings on sacred medicine. (Dec. 11-13)