The Kogi have come to the outside world a second time with a profound and vitally important message, in the form of a documentary. It’s called Aluna. Learn more here about this crucial message.
What follows is a transcription of a message delivered to Humanity by the Kogi elders in Columbia, in 2009. That was 6 years ago, as I write this, and I must ask (as we all must), ‘What, if any, aspects of this message have we, the people of this Earth, taken heed of in this time?’. This message is vital reading…
This short documentary gives insight into important issues facing indigenous people and human culture in general, in the world today. It also looks at empowering actions people are taking to restore Man’s cultural heritage, our connection with the Earth, and our place in the world.
If the 3 minute video Prayer for the Earth I posted yesterday resonated with you, with your Heart, here’s a longer version of the same sacred message, again by Llewellyn. An expression from the voice of the Divine Feminine wisdom… the Original Wisdom and Life-affirming principles of the Great Mother.
Here’s an exquisite and important message that deeply embodies the Original Wisdom of the Divine Mother. Please watch, and share… it will take just over 3 minutes of your time.
Here’s an important message from Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee pertaining to the (psychological) split Man makes between Spirit and Matter. His message comes across to me as wisdom very much aligned with the Original Principles of the Divine Feminine. Please watch and assimilate.
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.
Hidden in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a Kogi village built with government support combines modernity with ancient traditions.
Another article I am republishing (from an external source) on the Kogi of Columbia. This one touches on who and what a Kogi Mama is, the Shaman-Priests of the Kogi culture.