New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood (09/2012)

New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood (09/2012)

In 2012 New Zealand granted a river similar rights to those of a “person”. It was a bold move, reflective of the local Maori indigenous views that natural elements such as rivers, lakes, mountains, etc., have a living spirit, and are conscious.

Why corporate bias highly likely in science industry…

Why corporate bias highly likely in science industry…

Many people still espouse the Holly Grail of “science”, like it provides some kind of mostly (if not entirely) objective and truthful take on the world. Yet when modern sciences is hi-jacked by corporations (like most of the planet is) how likely is that?

Ten perspectives on Life from Sioux Chief Standing Bear

Ten perspectives on Life from Sioux Chief Standing Bear

A great deal of wisdom was embodied by many of the pre-Columbian Native American people and leaders. Much of it was lost, or has come close to it, since the arrival of “Younger brother” from Europe. These ten quotes—more like potent principles and perspectives—are well worth reflecting on.

Introduction to the Kogi (by Kathy Doore)

Introduction to the Kogi (by Kathy Doore)

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series The Kogi of Colombia

The Kogi people are an incredible civilisation. The still live today very closely in accordance with ancient wisdom dating back many thousands of years. This article provides a sound overview of who they are, and why their message to humanity is so pertinent at this time. Take heed.

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