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Native American Ritual
#51
I don't know if it was a coincidence or something but about an hour or so after the rite, i got a really bad migraine. It's gone now but it hurt like hell.
(love the pic bleedme)
When i wake up everything will be all right...
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#52
wow all of the discussions on here are really interesting. I am doing some work on the Iroquois tribe and it is so interesting to learn about the different ways of life in each tribe. Native Americans have such a rich and sad history since the white man would try to convert them to another religion. But I think that it is very special how they have such a deep connection to nature and the spirit world. I would like to visit America one day and see a Native American ritual myself sounds really good Smile
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#53
This post was from a year ago but in case someone comes along and sees this... it's very common to get a headache when you're around intense energy being raised like in this type of ritual. Takes a while to learn how to stay grounded enough and be able to move the energy along.


(11-02-2009, 10:50 AM)dyingenglish Wrote: I don't know if it was a coincidence or something but about an hour or so after the rite, i got a really bad migraine. It's gone now but it hurt like hell.
(love the pic bleedme)
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#54
Oh, smudging!
At my grandfather's funeral, there was a man (not of my tribe, I believe he was Alabama C.) and he smudged every single person that attended, and even read into their future if they allowed him to. It was pretty trippy. I never understood why they asked him to come. Maybe it's just their tradition from that particular tribe.
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#55
Smudge. What does that word connotate?

Some MicMaq guy told me the smudge ceremony is smearing mud on the body with an Eagle feather.
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