For world mental health day, here is my short film about my struggle with PTSD: URA part 1. Ura is a large moth in Paraguay that strike fears even in the most courageous hearts, because its believe that the moth lays eggs inside your head.
In 1977, NASA launched two spacecraft, Voyager I and II, on a grand tour of the solar system and beyond, into the mysteries of interstellar space. Mounted to each of these spacecraft is a stunning golden phonograph record, an interstellar message to introduce our civilization to extraterrestrials who might encounter…
Join me as we set out to explore endangered rock art sites in South America and document the storytelling before it lost.
We traveled from Orlando, Fl to Greenville, SC to watch the great american eclipse of 2017. We were able to enjoy the eclipse totality, diamond ring, and to our surprise, we caught a proposal on video. Thanks to Arthur Saraiva for proving the eclipse footage.
My resolution for 2016 was to film a video every day for the whole year.
Calming look into the ancient rock art left in the hills of Amambay
Jim Woodman believed that the Nazcas knew the secret of flight. Woodman set out to prove it through a form of experimental archaeology. He built his own Nazca-style hot-air balloon using materials from the area. A banana-shaped gondola was woven from reeds harvested along the shores of Lake Titicaca. The…
Interview with Osmar Valenzuela of the indigenous affair office of the Goverment of Amambay, Paraguay. Solar Map Project
A spiritual leader of the Pai Tavytera, sings a song. In the forest of the cidada, Galeano sings a song with his rattle and his wife accompanying him. As he sings, a eery fog appears and involves him, making him disappear.
Galeano Suarez and his wife Abelina Zarate sign a song Che Tua. Abelina was a midwife, and a healer. We stay with her songs and fond memories. May she rest in peace.
Osmar is a big supporter of the Solar Map Project, and in this video he received a donated laptop to continue his work to help the Pai Tavytera communities.
Volunteers making a difference in their community.
Genevieve von Petzinger is a Canadian paleoanthropologist and rock art researcher finishing up her doctorate at the University of Victoria. She studies some of the oldest art in the world -- Ice Age cave art created by early humans in Europe between 10,000 and 40,000 years ago. Genevieve's specific focus…
Between 60,000 and 100,000 years ago, our ancestors walked out of Africa and within a few thousand lifetimes populated the Earth. Using the latest fossil and genetic evidence as guideposts, two time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Paul Salopek is re-walking those ancient pathways in an unprecedented and continuous seven-year trek whose…
A documentary exploring the Ancient rock art of Paraguay and the culture of their guardians, the Pa'i Tavytera Indians. Frank Weaver. Creative Commons.
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Cordell review the Wakawaka. Find the wakawaka on Amazon or connect at: www.wakawakalight.com
Earth Day Information : Climate change is upon us. We don't need scientist to save us, but regular people like you and me, because saving the planet is not a sacrifice, but something we got to do. Please do not litter, and have a great Earth Day 2011!
You can give us your support here: solarmapproject.com Read more at: http://www.goodkarmaforall.org/2011/05/message-of-shaman.html Galeano Suarez, the Shaman of the Panambi'y tribe of the Guarani Indians in Paraguay is not asking to be feed, but to have the tools to feed his people. Listen to his honest plea, as he relates how…
First Prize Winner of National Geographic and North Face's "Planet Inspired Film Contest."
Cleaning up the Econlockhatchee river was one of the most amazing canoes rides I ever had! Thank you all who participated! 'Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart'. Canoes Clean up celebrating World Environment Day! Sunday, June 13, 2010 would like to participate on a…