Spiritual Forums

Spiritual Forums (http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/index.php)
-   Faiths of Indigenous Peoples (http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=161)
-   -   Indigenous Spirit of All colors (http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=138142)

sentient 11-12-2020 02:44 AM

^
v
This kinda happened the other night.
Me: “Hey, listen to my favourite band!”

(((( Shepherd’s Reign - Manu )))) ……….

Guest: “Your favourite music make my ears bleed!”

Samoan Music VS Heavy Metal - heh.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGhbeYiEaDQ

*

ImthatIm 11-12-2020 07:43 PM

We have elk hunters looking for elk
for wife's dad's memorial, so I put up
some tunes with elk and hunting.

Tribal tines
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_AeqSGk9w4

Tribal tines
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIH4UHnrw-Y

sentient 11-12-2020 09:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImthatIm
We have elk hunters looking for elk
for wife's dad's memorial, so I put up
some tunes with elk and hunting.

Tribal tines
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_AeqSGk9w4

Tribal tines
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIH4UHnrw-Y

Elk meat is grass-fed meat, so the omega3 – omega6 ratio should be good (?).
Quote:

There is a lot of discussion about whether it’s healthy to eat fatty foods and whether vegetable oils are better than animal fats.
The fact of the matter is it depends on our FADS genes.

"About 40-90% of people of Chinese, Japanese, Hispanic and/or Native American descent carry a FADS1 gene that makes them reliant on animal sources to meet omega-3 requirements."
What does that mean ???
I went to look at my own FADS genes status, and it says that being GG – my body can utilize omega 3s the best. In other words - I guess, an Inuit Diet suits me to the T & haha, now I know why gran and her Skolt Saami genetic relatives were so short, they lived mainly on fatty fish and seals:
https://news.berkeley.edu/2015/09/17...d-paleo-diets/

I guess this means also, that we cannot utilize plant oils rich in omega 6s as well (?).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9cAwvkyReg

All I know, is - that when my dietary balance went from omega3s to omega6s it started to make me ill.

But this might not apply to European agriculturalist descendants, who are GT or TT. In fact the opposite might be the case (?).

*

sentient 11-12-2020 11:34 PM

This might be a bit mean to say, but genes do not lie – people do and can pretend to be all sorts.

I might think it so cool to be like an Amerind :cool:

But the more I talk to you ImthatIm, the more I realize just how ‘Arctic’ I am.

And there is a boundary.

Just as well all-inclusiveness (of one red blood) includes boundaries and diversity :smile:

*

ImthatIm 11-12-2020 11:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sentient
Elk meat is grass-fed meat, so the omega3 – omega6 ratio should be good (?).

What does that mean ???
I went to look at my own FADS genes status, and it says that being GG – my body can utilize omega 3s the best. In other words - I guess, an Inuit Diet suits me to the T & haha, now I know why gran and her Skolt Saami genetic relatives were so short, they lived mainly on fatty fish and seals:
https://news.berkeley.edu/2015/09/17...d-paleo-diets/

I guess this means also, that we cannot utilize plant oils rich in omega 6s as well (?).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9cAwvkyReg

All I know, is - that when my dietary balance went from omega3s to omega6s it started to make me ill.

But this might not apply to European agriculturalist descendants, who are GT or TT. In fact the opposite might be the case (?).

*


Today so far my food intake was:
Deer neck broth with onions for breakfast with coffee
Some deer meat later in the day for brunch and lunch and Medicine tea though out day.
can of tuna and 2 pickles for dinner.

Medicine tea has: Devils club, swamp tea, Bear root, Bitter root, Elderberry both berries and leaves.

As far as my genes go I don't even remember my blood type.
I do remember it was a common one. A+, O+, B+. One of those I think.
I am glad you done research on the gene stuff, it sounds
very interesting.

Wife said she was going to get cauliflower flower. I said: Cool. LOL
I wouldn't be surprised if she is lactose intolerant.
She has bad intestinal issues.

ImthatIm 11-12-2020 11:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sentient
This might be a bit mean to say, but genes do not lie – people do and can pretend to be all sorts.

I might think it so cool to be like an Amerind :cool:

But the more I talk to you ImthatIm, the more I realize just how ‘Arctic’ I am.

And there is a boundary.

Just as well all-inclusiveness (of one red blood) includes boundaries and diversity :smile:

*


Why is it mean? LOL
Genes are genes. Diversity is everywhere.
If I make you feel more artic, I would think that's the good thing.

EDIT: Boundary ???

sentient 12-12-2020 09:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Why is it mean? LOL

Integrating into the tribe & its culture is totally different thing than cultural appropriation … but maybe this appropriation and creating fake id’s mainly happens in America … and maybe also because one can get all sorts of benefits with it …

*

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImthatIm
If I make you feel more artic, I would think that's the good thing.

It is.
The more I look into it, the more similarities come up from cold adapted to FADS genes to Stone Cairns and Simulacra - Navigation, Folklore, and Tradition in the Arctic:
https://p0.pikist.com/photos/414/67/...er-balance.jpg

https://i1.wp.com/unusualplaces.org/...pg?w=450&ssl=1

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnAaCR2n...ource=ig_embed

*
… to lactose intolerance:
Quote:

More than 80% of Alaskan Eskimos and Indians were found to be intolerant of lactose. As a result, the consumption of fresh milk or lactose-containing products cannot be recommended in nutrition programs for these people.
Diluted reindeer milk can often be tolerated as it is low in lactose.
In the town where my relatives live, the supermarkets have a great variety of combined gluten/soy/lactose free foods, which is great as to one side of the family this is not funny, but it is:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=texkDtgQNAQ

Lactose intolerance isn’t life threatening, but undiagnosed Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance is:
https://lirp-cdn.multiscreensite.com...4e5c-1920w.jpg

and so can undiagnosed Yeast Overgrowth become:
https://www.drhagmeyer.com/wp-conten...-testing-3.png

And Leaky Gut.

*

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImthatIm
EDIT: Boundary ???


Between Inuit and/or Arctic cultures and Amerid cultures there are marked differences. Maybe Tlingit and Haida kind of sit in the “boundary”, sharing similarities with both sides.

*

ImthatIm 17-12-2020 05:12 PM

sentient
Quote:

Integrating into the tribe & its culture is totally different thing than cultural appropriation …
but maybe this appropriation and creating fake id’s mainly happens in America …
and maybe also because one can get all sorts of benefits with it …

So many variables, That I can't say or know.
I guess it comes down to, is one adding to or taking from and
then there is the perspective of the one judging such matters.

I have seen people fight over such matters like appropriations.
One Blood and One Love is a hard road to travel. IMO

I would totally appropriate Rastafarian attitudes if I could. LOL

But then I guess I don't have to appropriate what is freely given.
Quote:

Can anyone be a Rasta?

AS RASTAFARIANISM has no official dogma and no formal 'church', there is no conversion process.
The nearest thing to a church that Rastas have is the Twelve Tribes of Israel Church,
which is multi-racial and will accept anyone, without a ceremony,
who recognises Haile Selassie I to be one of a long line of prophets.

INI, Jah Rastafari :hug3:

ImthatIm 17-12-2020 09:44 PM

The Prophesy of the 7 fires.

Video is about 18mins. long
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STVfqA0KUM0

ImthatIm 17-12-2020 10:04 PM

Hopi -Messages from the Ancients

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn65fJp6m8A


All times are GMT. The time now is 07:29 AM.

Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2022, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
(c) Spiritual Forums