Is the Santa Muerte evil, or is it what humans do with Her power that turns evil?
Will It Falter? Welcome to our Altar, The Teocalli Ollin Chicomxochitl one of the names given to our little fireplace/altar. Names are a topic that will emerge with time, and it was just that thought that kept us from sharing our name before today. However, the presence of the Reaper being ever-so-close these days (i.e., … Continue reading Brain Stroke Hits Altar
A Contribution of the Fasting Coyote One of our great Aztec Speakers, the Tlatoani Nezahuacoyotl – Fasting Coyote – left Earth, gratefully, prior to the coming of Columbus and Cortez. As a “King,” the word the Conquerors offer, Nezahuacoyotl left much evidence of our Toltec heritage. When the Spanish invaded every “written” thing we had, … Continue reading MESOAMERICAN KEYSTONES:
FROM https://www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/stories/origin-of-people We're privileged to share this link with our readers. Mexicolore, a serious organization out of the UK, publishes an amazing amount of information on Aztekas and Mayas in formats friendly to anyone: teacher, student, curiosity-seeker. In search of a source for myth, we found Mexicolore beyond adequate. Our thanks to Mexicolore for permission … Continue reading MESOAMERICAN KEYSTONES
As in Helping, Healing or Conjuring? Are you hearing voices, seeing things that may not be there, getting information on others you may not want to know? Are you dealing with aspirations to heal, or perform magic or save the world? Are you experiencing feelings that don’t quite fit in “normal” settings? Do you have … Continue reading Are You Called?
Authors, Poets, Artists, Hacks, Thinkers Buenos días, Readers, you are indeed the key to our growth and success, and we thank you for being here. I wonder what connects us and I wonder how many of you are writers. Look at it this way. People who can write their name and fill out an application … Continue reading Call for Writers
A Lakota Story We Heard The ceremonial use of the Sacred Pipe represents a powerful tradition all across Turtle Island, the Americas. Among many the Pipe serves as a mobile altar that symbolizes the strongest beliefs of the People and carries their prayers to the Great Spirit. We hope the Story we heard will shed … Continue reading The Story of the Sacred Pipe
Is it Medicine for you? As per Google search, bioavailability refers to “the proportion of a drug or other substance which enters the circulation when introduced into the body, and so is able to have an active effect.” In other words, it’s about how much medicine/benefit actually reaches our bodies with positive effect. The need … Continue reading Is Bioavailability Spiritual?
Black Elk With Food For Thought From Black Elk Speaks, Black Elk: “Everything an Indian does is in a circle, and that is because the power of the world always works in circles, and everything tries to be round. In the old days when we were a strong and happy people, all our power came to … Continue reading The Circle and the Sacred Hoop
El Sexto Sol, a Decree of the Movement A Myth We Live With Ancestors The Grandfathers left word That this Fifth Sun which we are living, Is going to end, end its movements, With earthquakes on Earth and earthquakes in society. But this Fifth Sun cannot end Until we become aware, Until awareness stretches and … Continue reading Dawn of the Sixth Sun