Laughter Keepers Exploring The Medicine Clown Tradition of the Wampanoag

Not my article, but re-posting from: here and here Update 24-09-2016: I’ve been in touch with the author, and he wants to me to share this, and edit the bits that need editing. Laughter Keepers Exploring The Medicine Clown Tradition of the Wampanoag By Mwalim If all attempts to destroy a people have been unsuccessful, […]

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Thunderbird and Trickster

from here: by Steve Mizrach Introduction The Thunderbird is one of the few cross-cultural elements of Native North American mythology. He is found not just among Plains Indians, but also among Pacific Northwest and Northeastern tribes. He has also become quite a bit of an icon for non-Indians, since he has also had the honor […]

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Heyoka and Transformation

From: Heyoka and Transformation Talking/writing about the Heyoka way is always somewhat slippery; for Heyoka is hard to capture, both figuratively and literally. Heyoka is a force of nature. Heyoka is Sacred. Heyoka is profane. Heyoka is both, and neither, and in-between. Heyoka is of the Sacred Dreaming, inherent in the Sacred Fire of Life. […]

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