Yanomami - Hekura - Yanomamo Shamanism From Southern Venezuela FLAC album
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Hekura - Yanomamo Shamanism from Southern Venezuela. Lost Shadows: In Defence Of The Soul - Yanomami Shamanism, Songs, Ritual, 1978. 22 tracks · April 2015.
The ethnonym Yanomami was produced by anthropologists on the basis of the word yanõmami, which, in the expression yanõmami thëpë, signifies "human beings
Recordings from 1978 by David Toop of Yanomami ritual songs, shamanistic ceremonies and rainforest sounds. Reissue of the LP Hekura - Yanomamo Shamanism From Southern Venezuela Quartz Publications – !QUARTZ 004 with additional material. Tayari-Teri: Shamans Healing, Pt. 1. 10:57.
His own Hekura – Yanomamo Shamanism From Southern Venezuela was issued as !Quartz 004 in 1980 and presumably contains some of the same recordings; this 2 CD set may be more like a very expanded reissue. Included in this release there is a dense booklet of photographs and notes written by Toop, which would probably shed a lot of light on what the recordings mean and why he made them; but I haven’t read these notes, and will leave these added dimensions for others to discover. The sounds on this record are quite astonishing.
This Indian tribe live in the southern area of Venezuela and north of Brazil. Ushinahua (2008) says there are about 30,000 Yanomamo Indians living in the mentioned areas. Ushinahua, 2008, par. 1). Yanomamo Indians are communal and live in a house called "shabono. There are roofed areas where individual families live. They believe that every plant (be it a shrub or grass) have life, have an animal spirit in them.
Hekura have to be attracted and tempted to take up residence in the inner geography (including mountains, streams, and forests) within the shaman. Once a trainee has successfully persuaded the hekura to move in, via the chest, and gains mastery over his indwelling helpers, he too is called hekura. Illnesses can be caused or cured by hekura (either the shamans or the spirits they control), sometimes by taking hallucinogens. Reliance on the consumption of ebene snuff seems to decrease with experience, but shamanic performance always requires self-decoration to attract hekura helpers.
Chagnon studies Yanomamo tribe Indians of Venezuela and Brazil living in some 150 villages that are scattered. Native American group that lives in the rain forest in Brazil. Horticulturalists, A tribe in southern Venezuela and Brazil, who are horticulturalists and value warfare and displays of physical strength. AKA the Fierce People. Roman poet Lucretius. The Hekura, from whom all Yanomamo are descended. Supernatural being, spirit, either good or bad, spells and curses put on them, form of warfare. The shaman plays a vital role in Yanomamo society, for it is he who calls, commands, and often is possessed by spirits, or hekura. Tribe that Chagnon works with in Venezuela & Brazil. The tribe is a "splinter" of the Patanowa-teri tribe.
|Dayari-Teri - Group Healing||24:30|
|Torokoiwa - Solo Shaman||19:77|
|!QUARTZ 004||Yanomami||Hekura - Yanomamo Shamanism From Southern Venezuela (LP)||Quartz Publications||!QUARTZ 004||UK||1980|
|SRV379||David Toop||Lost Shadows: In Defence Of The Soul (Yanomami Shamanism, Songs, Ritual, 1978) (LP)||Sub Rosa||SRV379||Belgium||2015|
|SR379||Yanomami||Lost Shadows: In Defence Of The Soul - Yanomami Shamanism, Songs, Ritual, 1978 (2xCD, RE, RM)||Sub Rosa||SR379||Belgium||2015|