Spider Woman. Great read to open the mind.

In cultures with oral traditions stories don’t end after two hours in a theater, or when we turn off the electronic box. Storytelling, in native traditions, is more than a way to pass on history and religious beliefs to the next generation – it is also a ceremony that acts as a link between the archetypal beings and the people themselves, whose ritual life is based on their mythic cycles. Even today when we talk about “spinning a good tale“, we’re participating in something that keeps weaving generation into generation, back into the past and evolving forward into the stories of those who are yet to come.


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