The Ancient Indigenous Art of Rainmaking

Can We All be Rainmakers?

 

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Beautiful!

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thanks azriel, lovely story, I have met several Australian aboriginal rain makers, or in bali, dukans, who stop it raining, so that ceremonies can be undertaken. Your whole article was interesting however the very last part about from Amma, about emotional clouds resinated very much with me. I live in hunter valley with many mines, and all the old people say that the rain and weather here has changed because of these holes. I feel the earth is not happy here, and when we leave the valley both Andrew and I feel a change in the atmosphere, and a taste… Read more »
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