We will receive the rights directly from the tribe of Q'ero shamans and travel to the secret sacred ritual locations known to the tribe for centuries. We explore the way indigenous Shamans interact with the "spiritual tourism" industry.

Director:

Emmanuel Itier

Writer:

Kristen White
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Credited cast:
Shaman Don Agustine Shaman Don Agustine ... Himself
Santos Machacca Apaza Santos Machacca Apaza ... Himself
Joan Borysenko Joan Borysenko ... Herself
Sandra Ingerman Sandra Ingerman ... Herself
Emmanuel Itier ... Himself
John Schwab John Schwab ... Himself
Jose Stevens Jose Stevens ... Himself
Kristen White Kristen White ... Herself
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Learn Why the Western World Is Fascinated by Shamans - Every year thousands of pilgrims from the Western world have sought to learn this knowledge and receive the rituals from the linage of the ancient elders of the High Andes. Many western "shaman" schools in the United States and Europe now train men and women to become shamans by receiving these sacred rites called the Munay Ki. Meet the Shamans of the High Andes - In the film we will journey to the source of Shamanism in Peru, the indigenous Q'ero tribe located in the High Andes mountain region. The Q'ero are the last of the Incas - a tribe of 600 who sought refuge at altitudes above 14,000 feet in order to escape the conquering conquistadors. For 500 years the Q'ero elders have preserved a sacred prophecy of a great change, or "pachacuti," in which the world would be turned right-side-up, harmony and order would be restored, and chaos and disorder ended. The Q'ero have served as the caretakers of the rites and prophecies of their...

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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25 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Peru See more »

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Very Boring Documentary
16 September 2017 | by jensen-75381See all my reviews

Most boring documentary I have ever seen! I saw it in Venice Beach at the Garifuna Festival. I was surprised as I had seen the movie "Invocation" and had heard positive things about the director Emmanuel Itier. Afterwards, Kristen White tried to sell me a marketing package where she would teach me to make my own documentary! There is no value in this movie.


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