When I was walking around the town yesterday, i’ ve found Stranglers Dreamtime vinyl. Kinda awesome thing, especially when you fascinated about this #aboriginal #dreamtime #ethnobotanic and #spiritual stuff.
Firstly, i loved this mysterious cover, in the back under the track list, i’ve found Aboriginal intro . #totallymadaboutthis album. This might be quite inspiring shit ! ! !
I need to get my gramophone immediately just get into this lucid-dreaming inspired thing:c
Does anyone know the documentary on ayahuasca that this is from?
I can’t remember much about it other than the cgi crocodiles and that it focuses heavily on Jeremy Narby’s The Cosmic Serpent
The earliest known depiction of a Siberian shaman, produced by the Dutch explorer Nicolaes Witsen, who authored an account of his travels among Samoyedic- and Tungusic-speaking peoples in 1692. Witsen labelled the illustration as a “Priest of the Devil” and gave this figure clawed feet to highlight what Witsen perceived as demonic qualities.
Tugus shaman, 1901
To go to the spirits, the shaman needs some kind of transportation. The most powerful transportation is the drum. A drum is like a horse. It can take you anywhere.
Photo is of a Durga Shaman, 1931
Wolf power or spirit animals point to an appetite for freedom and living life powerfully, guided by instincts. When a wolf manifests its presence as a guide in your life, it could be a call to live your life more freely, to bring the intensity of passion in your everyday endeavors. Wolves are wild animals that are not easily domesticated and when they appear as spirit guides, they could be an invitation to look at what supports your authentic self and the true expression of yourself. The wolf totem is a reminder to keep your spirit alive and trust your instincts to find the way that will best suit you.