US Review of Books praises Animal Parts
When we think of cannibalism in North America, we often envision worst-case scenarios of cultural practices, as in the case of the Aztecs, where eating fellow humans held spiritual significance, or survival, as practiced by the desperate Donner Party. Today, the popular press often takes full advantage of cases where the hunger for human flesh … Continue reading Got Cannibals?
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Urraca Mesa: A Gateway to the Demon Realm Written by Jen Wolfe on October 12, 2011 in Haunted Southwest Located on the property of Philmont Scout Ranch in Northeast New Mexico is a place called Urraca Mesa. It is known for the highest number of lightning strikes per year in the whole state of New … Continue reading Where Shamans Play
via Amazon.com: David E. Knop's review of Death Song: The Last of the Indian Wars.
Native American Cannibals - Are They Still Out There? American history is often considered lean on the topic of cannibalism. True, the University of Colorado’s Union Cafeteria is named after one, Alfred Packer (1842 - 1907) who ate, the story goes, two of the three Republicans in his county. A few of us may remember modern-day … Continue reading
An amazing story of the origins of the earth as told by the Navajo Nation peoples. Spider Woman and the Holy Ones Seen on the Navajo Nation official site. Traditional stories of our elders were told to teach and entertain the children and grandchildren. Legends of the holy people like Spider Woman. She was first … Continue reading Spider Woman and the Holy Ones