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Research Needed / Re: Katie Weatherup - Practical Shamanism
« Last post by Sparks on January 24, 2020, 08:11:43 am »
This person is still quite active, now much on Facebook:

FB profile: https://www.facebook.com/katie.weatherup [Katie Weatherup]

FB page: https://www.facebook.com/practicalshamanism/ [Hands over Heart]

The FB page links to https://handsoverheart.com/ — linked to earlier in the thread.
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Welcome & News / Question for you all
« Last post by Zac.C on January 24, 2020, 04:00:53 am »
I would say a good of 'Admin' posters on this page are [personal attack with no evidence] Great you are an indigenous person, that is wonderful you are so connected with your own heritage. Awesome you have studied a few other cultures

 If it covers your own blood line and heritage go for it, but please [Extended racist white-splaining]

[Zac. C is a white Australian-Al]
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Frauds / Re: Tracey Neil/Tracii Neil AKA Buffalo Healing Woman AKA Buffalo (TJ)
« Last post by educatedindian on January 18, 2020, 03:35:13 pm »
No where do they state that.

I think it’s very strange you are that interested in them and their personal life and whereabouts.
You are essentially doxing, and for what purpose?

You are lying, twice. They openly state so multiple times on their own sites.

And this is not doxing. It's journalism. It's also investigation of a public figure by a hatewatch group of a non-Native fraud peddling stereotypes of Natives for cash, a white imposter who mangles Native traditions to put out a false commercialized version of them for outsiders ignorant of actual Native traditions.

If you're too lazy to read what we are when it's right in front of you, then you should quit wasting our time with deliberate falsehoods.

If you know Ms. Neil, you could tell us why she hides her true identity and what she bases her false claims on. Better yet, you could ask her to quit being an exploiter for cash, and spreading falsehoods by posing as something she is not.
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No where do they state that.

I think it’s very strange you are that interested in them and their personal life and whereabouts.
You are essentially doxing, and for what purpose?
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Frauds / Re: Ayahuasca Healings Native American Church (AHNAC) / Trinity de Guzman
« Last post by Sparks on January 17, 2020, 06:39:42 am »
https://youtu.be/bt3VFaEIgug
The presenter starting that video is Lorna Liana, who owns this huge commercial empire:
https://entheonation.com/  —  https://entheonation.com/about/

Lorna Liana also endorses Trinity de Guzman and his Ayahuasca Healings Native American Church (April, 2016).

http://entheonation.com/trinity-de-guzman-controversy-interview/
TRANSCRIPT – Ayahuasca Healings Controversy

The transcript is much longer than what's quoted here. Also, I find it interesting to read this introduction:



Ayahuasca Healings Controversy – Hard Questions Answered | Trinity de Guzman – EN06

Trinity De Guzman, founder of Ayahuasca Healings, is at the epicenter of a huge ayahuasca controversy. There has been a great deal of outcry in the medicine community from people who work with ayahuasca spiritually, as well as from scientific researches and policy makers around a number of key concerns.

Number one, the true legal status of Ayahuasca Healings in the United States. Number two, the safety of the people attending retreats at the Ayahuaca Healings retreat center from both the health and legal stand point. Number three, the way in which Trinity promoted their church and its business model and number four, the impact of their activities on the future of ayahuasca and its protected status as a whole.

Today, he will share with us:

• [11:30] His experiences in traveling to different countries and how he discovered ayahuasca in Peru
• [13:48] What led him to build to the first public, legal ayahuasca church in America
• [15:22] The mission of Ayahuasca Healings.
• [19:36] What makes Ayahuasca Healings legal?
• [21:46] Is Ayahuasca Healings exempted from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act?
• [1:41:57] His plans on how he would establish trust within the ayahuasca community amidst controversies.
• and much, much more.

There are several interesting comments. And link to: https://ayahuascahealings.com/ — which links further to: http://ayahuascahealingschurch.com/

And my point, especially from looking into the two last links:
This scammer is as active as ever before.
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Frauds / Re: Lightsong School of 21st Century Shamanism / Jan Engels Smith
« Last post by Sparks on January 17, 2020, 06:06:29 am »
Jan Engels Smith & LightSong Facebook presence:

https://www.facebook.com/JanEngelsSmith [Jan Weiss Engels-Smith]

https://www.facebook.com/LightSong/  [LightSong School of Shamanic Studies]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/LightSong/groups/  "Groups by This Page":

https://www.facebook.com/groups/292112151273883/
[Shamanism: LightSong Community]

https://www.facebook.com/groups/FeelGoodChallenge/
[FEEL GOOD Challenge]

Also found: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LightSongBB/
[LightSong Bulletin Board]
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Frauds / Re: Lightsong School of 21st Century Shamanism/Jan Engels Smith
« Last post by Sparks on January 17, 2020, 05:46:53 am »
https://youtu.be/bt3VFaEIgug

The presenter starting that video is Lorna Liana, who owns this huge commercial empire:

https://entheonation.com/  —  https://entheonation.com/about/ 

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Frauds / Re: Lightsong School of 21st Century Shamanism/Jan Engels Smith
« Last post by seekingtruth999 on January 17, 2020, 01:24:46 am »
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Frauds / Re: Lightsong School of 21st Century Shamanism/Jan Engels Smith
« Last post by seekingtruth999 on January 17, 2020, 01:10:58 am »
I believe it is the Buckhorse  Family somewhere up in Eastern Washington.   She has led Vision Quests and Sundances.  However she is not Native American at all. But she claims she was adopted into the Buckhorse Family. 
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Frauds / Re: Lightsong School of 21st Century Shamanism/Jan Engels Smith
« Last post by Defend the Sacred on January 17, 2020, 12:56:07 am »
Who is she claiming to sundance with?
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