Posts Tagged ‘Sachamama’

Sacred Soil — An Indigenous, Pre-Colombian Technology That Might Just Save Our Planet

Sacred Soil — An Indigenous, Pre-Colombian Technology That Might Just Save Our Planet

This video, recently completed by anthropologist Frederique Apffel-Marglin, explores a type of soil throughout the Amazon Basin, known as Amazonian Dark Earth. This soil, over 8,500 years old, is still fertile today. Indeed, it is considered to be the most […]

Subversive Spiritualities: A Review

Subversive Spiritualities: A Review

It is a rare occurrence to encounter an anthropological work that is intellectually rigorous and deeply spiritual, one which both illuminates the mind and touches the deep concerns of the heart. Yet when such a miracle occurs, as we find […]