The Mother Earth Delegation of United Original Nations July 17-2001

The Mother Earth Delegation of United Original Nations July 17-2001

The Mother Earth Delegation
of United Original Nations!

1.5-hour Free Online Conference
July 17, 2021 @ 2 PM Pacific

Hear the wisdom shared by a delegation of elders who come with directions from Mother Earth to help us walk through these times of great chaos
and change.

Grandmother Luisah Teish (Lyanifa and Oshun Chief)
Grandmother Loretta Afraid of Bear Cook
(Oglala Sioux Nation, Turtle Island)
Grandmother Flordemayo (Elder Mayan, USA)
Uncle Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq
(Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland)
Grandmother Jyoti Ma (Elder, USA)
Helen Lindmark (Sami, Sapmi, Sweden)
Shawna Bluestar Newcomb
(Shawnee, Lenape, Turtle Island)
Jingki Ngombal (Nyungar, Australia)
Jarmbi (Aboriginal, Australia)
Mindahi Bastida (Otomi-Toltec, Mexico)
Kurikindi (Kichua, Ecuador)

 

The Mother Earth Delegation will have time for Q&A. If you have a question, submit it to: centerforsacredstudies@gmail.com

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Oct 2, 2020 8:30pm CET ‘Traditional Sámi Music’ Mother Earth Delegation in Stockholm

Oct 2, 2020 8:30pm CET ‘Traditional Sámi Music’ Mother Earth Delegation in Stockholm

Traditional Sámi Music with Elin Teilus and her Band!

Elin Teilus, singer and Yoik artist has her roots in Udtja, Sápmi in the North. She is described as a force of nature, with a unique presence and magical voice, a bringer of the beautiful traditional music of the Sámi into new worlds. The music is encapsulating grand sceneries at the same time as being intimately close, always with elements of free creation. “…Within Elin Teilus’ music the Sámi tradition of storytelling is alive; Listen to her joik and you will meet the reindeers, the clear water of the cold well, the winds…

It brings hope for the understanding and respect of the Sámi identity and history.”

Elin’s website: www.elinteilus.se

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Find out more about
Elin Teilus and her Band

 Elin Teilus, singer and Yoik artist has her roots in Udtja, Sápmi in the North. She is described as a force of nature, with a unique presence and magical voice, a bringer of the beautiful traditional music of the Sámi into new worlds.

 The music is encapsulating grand sceneries at the same time as being intimately close, always with elements of free creation.

The musicians are handpicked from internationally renowned musical worlds; Rickard Åström, a former member of the twice Grammy awarded Folk Group Groupa, Roots rock guitarist Mats Jenseus and Anders Waernelius, who has a lifelong experience of the eastern and Nordic folk percussion tradition.

 

Together they form a unique musical breed that flies with Elin and her yoik on strong wings.

 

Elin and her band has been touring Sápmi, Sweden, Norway with performances at Korröfestivalen, Stora Teatern, Gothenburg, Jokkmokks winter market, Sámi week in Umeå, the 25 th jubilee of the Sámi council in Sweden, National Ceremony at Uppsala Cathedral/Swedish television.
The debut album Iellemij – To Life is a tribute to the lands of Udtja, Sápmi and its people. Honouring the ancestors and the generations to come. The Earth. To the sacred sanctity of all Life.

 

Elin was the recipient of the Västra Götalands Cultural Scholarship 2019
“…Within Elin Teilus’ music the Sámi tradition of storytelling is alive; Listen to her joik and you will meet the reindeers, the clear water of the cold well, the winds… It brings hope for the understanding and respect of the Sámi identity and history.”

 

Elin’s website: www.elinteilus.se
Here you can find more text about Elin and a poem: https://www.elinteilus.se/about
More about the music and a short live film: https://www.elinteilus.se/music

A Universal Message – Eng. Sub – Short Film by Varial* Feat. Mindahi Bastida

A Universal Message – Eng. Sub – Short Film by Varial* Feat. Mindahi Bastida

Filmed by Varial* Produced by Edith Soto.
Featuring Mindahi Bastida Muñoz

The time has come for us,
it is a great opportunity,
this systemic crisis that affects everyone
has been created by us,
it is not anyone else fault.
What happens over there is affecting me,
and what happens to me here
is affecting others over there.
We are all woven, intertwined,
and it is time to call humanity to unity,
not to homogeneous unity,
but to unity in diversity.
And diversity is a beauty,
because it allows us to recognize ourselves in difference.
That is why the time has come to remember,
to transmit through the voice that we are human,
that we have made mistakes, and that we must ask for forgiveness.
We can turn poison into medicine.
If we want to transcend, let’s recognize who we are.
As human beings,
we come into this world to take care of life,
not take advantage of it.
As human beings
we come to learn, not to impose,
we come to learn from each other , and in every one of us is the key to happiness.
Because every culture, every expression,
every song has its place in this world.
The more diverse we are, the richer we will ll be.
We all have to cooperate,
because we all have made mistakes
and have behaved badly.
We are here to remind ourselves
that we must think and feel,
but not any feeling or any thought,
We must think and feel properly,
We must “feel-think”.
As the Ancestors say,
humans are here since the beginning of life,
and we were left entrusted to take care of Mother Earth.
We must learn from the Native People,
from the indigenous peoples of the world.
Because we know how to interrelate with nature.
We have sacred and ancestral knowledge.

Tree Sisters Webinar: Indigenous Voices on the Pandemic

Tree Sisters Webinar: Indigenous Voices on the Pandemic

 

Please see our website for direct links to each of the speakers websites and fundraisers. https://treesisters.org/grow-yourself… We heard Jo Overton from Protect Native Elders speak directly about the horrendous conditions inside Native American Reservations – details that I for one had no idea were so bad – and the multi-generational and cultural threat posed by the death of their Elders. Native peoples are 10 times more likely to contract Covid, and 4 times more likely to die. Why? It’s all within the first 30 minutes of the call. Atossa Soltani of Amazon Watch and Patricia Gualinga of the Kichua people of Ecuadorian Amazonia spoke about the radical rise of lawlessness in the Amazon sparked by lock down. The increase in illegal roads, mining, murders alongside the complete lack of any government support or access to health care for tribes within the forest. We heard how Covid could wipe out the peoples of the Amazon. Jyoti from the Centre for Sacred Studies spoke from profound depth about the wisdom traditions being threatened, the prophecies that speak of this time and our role in the unfolding. Her guest Alexis Bunten from Bioneers spoke to the depth and the statistics of struggle for basic survival occurring across the First nations peoples of North America, Haru Kuntanawa, wife Hayra and Ruda called in directly from Brazilian Amazonia and shared about the multi layered issues facing their tribe and the need they have to create sustainable food sources now that their river and fish are poisoned. (Please note the first two minutes of the call were missed on the recording.)

Wisdom Keepers – We Are Listening

Wisdom Keepers – We Are Listening

Wisdom Keepers – We Are Listening |

Reigniting the Ancient Ways. The Wisdom Keepers provide a platform for Elders and spiritual leaders from indigenous communities and Wisdom traditions around the world to share their wisdom at an experiential level and to collectively bring about a more conscious, peaceful, and sustainable world.

https://vimeo.com/424688216/e503a19a31

Wisdom Keepers Website https://www.wisdomkeepers.earth/
Treetops Productions Website https://www.treetopsproductions.com/wisdom-keepers

Music: Två Konungabarn by Myrkyr /Tyrfing by Danheim / Still Photograph Andre Pattenden
Filmed and Edited by Jeremy Whelehan
Sound by Miguel De Lara
a Treetops Production
treetopsproductions.com

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