Blue Eagle, internationally recognized shaman from Canada, was invited by the Mongolian Shaman’s Association to visit their country and share with them in the summer of 2016. He brought along 20 of his students on a memorable trip where they recognized the validity and authenticity of their respective traditions. The unity that was achieved is very symbolic of what traditional shamanism has to offer to our world today.
Native American Crystal Healing Course – Intensive Training
With renowned Shaman, Blue Eagle
Huron-Wendake First Nations Reservation, Quebec, Canada
April 22-27, 2020
“The first crystal you work with is yourself” – Blue Eagle
The modern Pow Wow is a time for celebration of Indigenous community and identity. It’s also
an event that honours our heritage and proudly reaffirms First Nation’s culture
and traditions. The Pow Wow has two aspects: the traditional Pow Wow and the competitive Pow Wow.
The traditional Pow Wow is an event that focuses on Indigenous traditions and spirituality.
The competition Pow Wow is the expression of the cultural character of the event. It’s also the
opportunity for participant dancers and musicians to receive prizes.
Whether it’s the traditional Pow Wow or competitions, you’ll always find artists, artisans and
people who are passionate and proud of their culture, tradition and history.
These people want to share with you what they hold precious during this
celebration time that’s open to all.
Close to Québec city, in Wendake, from the 28th to the 30th of June come
attend the Huronne-Wendat Nation’s Annual Pow Wow. You will see traditional ceremonies and different dances and singing competitions happening throughout the weekend.
Invocation will have a booth on the Pow wow site so please come and see us. We will be happy to see you and ready to anwer all your questions! I’ll be there from 14h to 17h saturday and sunday.
Happy Pow Wow to all!
Here are some other Pow wow. At these Powwows Invocation will be represented by Pops.
June 29-30 – Ste Perpetuel
July 6-7 – Odanak
July 13 – 14 -Grand Gathering oj First Nations – Mashteuiatsh
3-4 August – Manawan
10 – 11 August -Pessamit
31 August – 2 September – Wemotaci 14 – 15 Sept – Wôlinak
Here is a link to all Pow Wows this summer:
This is the beautiful work of my organisors. Won’t have time for much more this weekend.
Sorry if its all in french, we won’t have the ressourc
es or time to translate these events that are happening in french.
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