ALFONSO GONZÁLEZ Marakame NATION Wixarika Originally from Mezquitic, Jalisco. He is representative of the People of the Blue Deer. Recognized as Marakame Wirrarika (literally "He who knows"). Ancient rezador and knowledgeable of sacred custom cycles and commitments of the Huichol. Pilgrim Wirikuta Desert, sacred land where 7 ways that preserve the life of the Huichol, who persevere in their customs as one of the oldest towns in Mexico are made.
HERIBERTO VILLASEÑOR Director of Roots of the Earth, Mexico, Chile, Austria and Colombia, Disciple of Reymundo Perez. Now he carries the sacred fire in large ceremonies of Roots of the Earth, where indigenous chiefs and leaders of different people worldwide gather to pray and support the attempt of universal consciousness on the planet. This ceremony, heritage vision Reymundo Perez, is currently underway in Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and The Netherlands.
NUBIA RODRIGUEZ Nubia is from Colombian origin, based in Mexico. She is a trainer in Dance : Circulars Teopantli Kalpulli. As perinatal educator, therapist, female guide moon circles and work, she comes now to share her experience as guide with more than 25 years of knowledge in indigenous ceremonies.
Moussé Pathé M'Baye Born on 10-7-1964 Senegal, in the Netherlands since 1995 Moussé comes from an old family musical troubadours of Africa. These are called Griot and goes from father to son. As a child of 5 mousse is already gone with his father to learn to play the drum. So he learned various instruments with his rhythms to know the sabar, tama, djembe, boukarabou and soruba. Born in Thies For Senegal on December 17, 1964.
Pape Seck Pape Seck comes from a family of "Griot" a musical family. Music is an important part in his life. Pape Seck composes traditional and modern compositions. He is a percussionist, singer, and a virtuoso musician and a teacher due to its flexibility, patience, enthusiasm and humor. In Senegal, Pape Seck has a study house where he gives music workshops for people all over the globe
" Medicine Woman. Born of Mother Earth in Chile, of mixed blood. Apprentice of Ancient Wisdom. Pilgrim of the Prophesy of the Eagle and The Condor "
Toroa Aperahama is a Maori elder (pakeke), who was raised by his Kuia, grandmother in the traditional tribal ways.
The wisdom she shared about their chiefly family lines (dating back to 400 BC) via the Maori oral tradition, also encompassing general Polynesian history and Maori language, are considered to be sacred knowledge. He was initiated in all the tribal knowledge concerning healings, chants, dances (like the Haka), to name but a few.
Theresia en Philip van der Zee Philip ‘Aswind’ van der Zee. Storyteller specialized in the Germanic, Viking Edda stories. Theresia his wife is a gifted harp player. Together they form 'Donderelf' ( Elfs in the old days were ancestors and nature spirits, Donder is Thunder) The name Aswind comes from a dream Philip had. The name might mean ' Wind/stories from the Asgard ( world of the gods ) Donderelf will represent our Celtic and Germanic roots and ancestry. www.donderelf.nl
Wiruungga Dunggirr My name is Wiruungga Dunggiirr and I’m from the Namba Gumbaynggar Nation, in New South Wales, ( Australia ) I am an Elder of the Namba Gumbaynggar Nation. I teach aboriginals’studies in spiritual healings, bush tucker, bush medicines, rituals from the Never-Never, dance, ceremonies, fire ceremonies, making boomerangs and stone tools… dreamtimewalkabout.com/
Carlos Jesus Castillejos Don Carlos Jesús Castillejos Man of knowledge from the Mayan Toltec tradition, poet and writer. Founder of Mazacall; center for the preservation of wisdom of Ancient Mexico. He is a pilgrim of the desert of Wirikuta for more than 20 years. Currently he guides in many countries, practices on recapitulation, pilgrimage, and dreaming, as a form of reconnecting people with ancient wisdom. In 2015 with a group of investigators, artists of perception, he founds Nahualli Institute for Toltec Research
John Somosi (Sky Buffalo) is Metis from Saskatoon, though he makes his home in Hanover now. He is a singer of traditional Aboriginal hand drum songs that he has learned on his travels through Turtle Island. He brings a great sense of humour and encourages audience participation. He create a fascinating bridge between First Nations and Western culture.
Gerardo & Emily Arrieta akisha-traditions.webnode.com Gerardo Arrieta is a Chilean Integral Therapist who has lived in Chile, He is trained as a therapist and instructor in Deep Tissue Therapy and Neuropuncture, Medicine Man / Road Man of the Native American Church (NAC), Carrier of tradition and custodian of the altars of Chanupa, Inipi Lakota, Temazcal Mexica and sweatlodge Navajo, Olowampi: songs of Dance of the Sun Lakota, Circles of songs NAC , and leader of ceremonies of Tipi of the Lakota / Navajo style NAC.
Emily Arrieta born in Australia has walk the Native path since 2013, 5 years participating in traditional style of ceremonies. She has been getting deep into the healing path in the Putumayo jungle in Colombia, in the Wiricuta desert of Mexico, in different Navajo and Lakota reservations, in different spiritual centers in Brazil. Together they have support in the Lakota Sun Dance in Colombia, Lakota Sun Dance in Nayarit Mexico, Navajo Sun Dance in Tallpine Arizona, Lakota Sun Dance in Pine Ridge Reservation and Lakota Sun Dance in Crowdog Paradise Rosebud Reserve South Dakota.