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WISN presents at Archaeoacoustics Conference: Portugal Oct.2017

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Archaeoacoustics is the study of how sound and vibration is an intrinsic element of natural and built environments. Since sound and vibration have the power to modify, entrain and transform human consciousness, WISN supports original archaeoacoustic research as an aspect of indigenous science.

Apela Colorado

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Beth Duncan

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Chyna Colorado

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Kit Cooley

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Jurgen Kremer

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Frances Santiago

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Nargiza Ryskulova

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Credo Mutwa Research Library

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The Credo Mutwa Research Library provides a nexus for Indigenous Science and Western Science to ethically communicate and collaborate. Visit the Library

White Lion Leadership Academy

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Since its inception in 2012, participants from around the world meet each year to explore indigenous dreamwork and reconnect with their their ancestors on these sacred lands during the annual White Lion Leadership Academy.   Next year’s Leadership Academy is November 22- December 22, 2017

Raven Spirit Stories

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The blue eye of White Raven takes me in as I write. Thirty years have passed since I lived in my mobile home in the boreal forest of Southeast Alaska. It was there I met Raven both black and white and each gave me stories.

Snow Leopard Project, Altai Republic, Siberia

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Most Central Asian people have all but forgotten that the snow leopard and the rituals, knowledge and Sacred Sites that held the teachings about the snow leopard, comprise a way of unity.

Historic Snow Leopard Gathering in Kyrgyzstan

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WISN and the SLC brought together Indigenous Cultural Practitioners and scientists for a historic gathering in Kyrgyzstan this September to find better ways of conserving the critically endangered snow leopards.

Global Networking of Elders, Sacred Site Guardians, Healers, and Shamans

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Indigenous Healers, Sacred Site Guardians, and their knowledge are endangered. Destruction of the environment, loss of traditional lands, fundamentalist religious pressures, poverty, and increasing Westernization mean that today’s Cultural Practitioners are the last generation to be raised in an unbroken cultural chain.

Sacred Fire in Kyrgyzstan

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WISN and Kyrgyz Elders reignited the Uluu Ot, or fire ceremony, historically suppressed for more than eighty years.

Global White Lion Protection Trust

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WISN partners with the Global White Lion Protection Trust, of Timbavati, South Africa. Integrates science, culture, education and enterprise development for program fund development and to network the GWLPT worldwide with indigenous Elders who are guardians of the sacred species.

Dream Work at Chartres 2014

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Apela Colorado leads the dreamwork that begins each day at Wisdom University’s New Chartres Academy.

Snow Leopard Conservation

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In 2013, WISN travels to Jeju, South Korea, to participate in a United Nations Snow Leopard program, bringing Indigenous and Western sciences together.

Pana and Awakening in the Earth Changes

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Worldwide Indigenous Science Network presents Kahu Kapi’ioho Lyons Naone in an Unprecedented Conversations production.
Maui, Hawaii 2012

Entering the mystery, the Caves of Southern France

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Dr. Apela Colorado, Worldwide Indigenous Science Network and Wisdom University pilgrims encounter a mystery at the Dordogne Caves, France, June 2009.

Uluu Ot 2010 – Kyrgyzstan

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In 2010, WISN travels to Kyrgyzstan to meet with Indigenous Cultural Practitioners from around the world, re-igniting the Uluu Ot, sacred fire and reemergence of the Golden Age.

Zulu Necklace of Mysteries

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In 2002, WISN brings indigenous healers from Hawaii—Mahilani Poe Poe and Hale Makua—to meet with High Sanusi Baba Credo Mutwa.

Traditional Knowledge Today (part 1)

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Dr. Apela Colorado of the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network speaks on the strengths of Traditional Knowledge in celebration of the launching of the Aigine Research Center in Kyrgyzstan.

Traditional Knowledge Today (part 2)

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Dr. Apela Colorado of the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network speaks on the strengths of Traditional Knowledge in celebration of the launching of the Aigine Research Center in Kyrgyzstan.

Mongolian Shaman Buyanbadrakh Interview

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South Korea, September 2012 at IUCN Conference.