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WAR joined Miguel Sague Jr's group
Aug 31, 2018
WAR commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Viaje a Cuba con mi hijo----------I traveled to Cuba with my son
"Such a great story!"
May 20, 2018
WAR replied to Nelson Kauamarix Zayas's discussion Arawak Loom
May 11, 2018
WAR commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Allies In Europe Via Our Sacred Song
"Awesome!! Congrats!"
Apr 26, 2018
Carlos Javier Ruiz and WAR are now friends
Apr 10, 2018
WAR updated their profile
Mar 24, 2018
WAR and Dayvanna Schreiner are now friends
Mar 23, 2018
WAR joined Anita Pagan's group

Creative Natives

Thought it would be nice to talk about creative matters. We may not all work in the same mediums, but it's always nice to share with other artists on the creative process, the feelings that inspire us as well as sharing ideas and possibilities.See More
Mar 21, 2018
WAR joined Joshua M. Torres's group

Archaeology of the Circum-Caribbean

This group is dedicated to discussing topics related to the pre and post Colonial histories and archaeologies of the Circum-Caribbean.
Mar 21, 2018
WAR joined Dr. Omoropo- Myra Miller, MA ND's group

"Ancient Ways" Indigenous Folk Healing

Share generational family healing practices as well as art, songs, storytelling, wisdoms, and spirituality for the upliftment of each other and our community!
Mar 21, 2018
WAR is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Mar 20, 2018

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About Me:
From a young age I was always intrigued with ancient cultures and my more “primitive” and distant ancestors. That tribal connection and the unique cultural perspectives called to me from the past, almost as if my DNA demanded it. At around 10 years old my interest in learning about ethnic traditions blossomed, which led me into finding “the zone” in karate, meditation, yoga, running and so on. As a teen I was entranced by the ancestral heritage ingrained in many of my ancestors cultures, and a few years later I found the drum.
The drum started me on my path of learning about a multitude of ancient instruments, then learning to repair and make those instruments, which then led into teaching. I started teaching about indigenous instruments when my oldest son was in pre-k and asked me to bring some in for show and tell, and what started as a few drums being brought to his school, ended up being large collections of instruments and detailed presentations in the later years as he aged.
Now I teach groups like scouts and at festivals and venues facilitating my instrument education presentations and instrument building workshops, braiding culture and traditional knowledge and myth into each presentation. My passion for learning and teaching about indigenous instruments constantly evolves and integrates new history, techniques and cultures
Studied cross cultural shamanism and animism for 20 years
Participated in numerous ceremonies such as sweats, tipi, and others.
Held personal ceremony for 15 years working with the medicine wheel and ancestors
Major journey work and plant medicine experiences
Ancestor work- Psychopomp, journey, etc.
Contact Information:
William Rodriguez
Research Interests:
Ceremony and spiritual perspective
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