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Rainbows, Thunder Beings and the Origins of Humans by Doug Georg-Kanentiio

Rainbows, Thunder Beings and the Origins of Humans by Doug Georg-Kanentiio

JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES/ORIGIN: Carl Jung's Archetypes show the different personalities within a person. EXPLANATION: Different archetypes can represent different personalities of a person, or multiple people. EXAMPLE: Similar to the Shadow in Jungian Archetypes, Peter Pan's shadow can represent chaos and trouble.

What Are Jung's 4 Major Archetypes?

Carl Jung described archetypes as models of people, behaviors or personalities. Learn more about the four major archetypes that Jung identified.

Music: Dancing With The Thunder Beings.

Play full-length songs from Dancing With the Thunder Beings by Lightning Bolt on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster

A Lakota way of being, a medicine way. A Heyoka is one who does things backwards or opposite. The idea that Heyoka is a clown comes from the opposite behavior; it is part of the medicine of Heyoka, to remind us we are merely human beings and not to become too serious about ourselves, not to imagine we are more powerful than we really are, reminding us that Spirit holds all the power.   (more in link)

A Lakota way of being, a medicine way. A Heyoka is one who does things backwards…

Unidentified Artist. Master Thunder (Lei Gong), dated 1542. China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Bequest of Dorothy Graham Bennett, 1989 (1989.155) #Halloween

Master Thunder (Lei Gong) Artist: Unidentified Artist Period: Ming dynasty Date: dated 1542 Culture: China

Prayer to the Thunder Beings.

Prayer to the Thunder Beings.

To the Apache people, the Clown is a sacred being with great power given to him by Thunder; he represents just what the power of thunder provokes, fear from a tremendous power in the sky, greater than anything that we see on the earth. In this way, the manner of the Clown "fooling around" is anything but trite; instead, this is a serious spiritual element to a ceremony reflecting the randomness of misfortune in his seemingly mad behavior, just as nature reminds us of our own mortality....

To the Apache people, the Clown is a sacred being with great power given to him…

Human Peruvian Female Skull with Cranial Binding

Human Peruvian Female Skull with Cranial Binding - Bone Clones, Inc.

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