Chumash Indians With a 13,000 year History Show us Caring for Others is Civilized Humanity

Before the arrival of the so-called civilized foreigners, there were no locks on our doors; in fact, there were seldom even doors. There was little emphasis on private property instead things where valued more for the good of the community. There was no poor, no hungry while others ate. All were involved and cared for, no one had to beg. Nature and others where respected taking only what one needed without creating pollution and yet when the white man came they claimed we were uncivilized. The painting above is an artist’s depiction of Chumash Village from and outdoor display in town of Lompoc, Ca. drawn by Robert Thomas and a Team of Local Artists. Chumash 13,000 year historical time line The Chumash Indians? Chumash (“Chu mash), a label chosen by an Anglo anthropologist, comes from the word used by the Coastal Chumash for either the Santa Cruz (Mi-tcu-mac) Indians or the Santa Rosa (Tcu-mac) Indians. The Chumash in the Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties were extremely peaceful. The Chumash homeland lies along the coast of California, between Malibu and Paso Robles, as well as on the Northern Channel Islands. In the pre-contact era, the Chumash were never one, discreet linguistic or cultural entity but did have regional federations. Each Chumash regional group—Barbareno, Ynezeno, and Ventureno (Eastern Coastal); Obispeno and Purisimeno; Island Chumash; and Interior Chumash—has its own self-designation. The Chumash are sometimes referred to as the Santa Barbara Indians. The Chumash were organized by village rather than by tribe. The Chumash was a Matriarchal Linear Society. The female Chumash ran and organized the settlements through group decisions, councils, and a ‘Wot’,...

Sumerian Creator Being was a Female not Male

THE NAMES OF THE GODDESSES OR GODS are seen in the pic above as they relate and are similar or the same goddess or god which often just have a different or changed name. But most important is the first one the supreme creator of it all Nammu a goddess with no other god before her or even equal to her nor was she married nor needing a male god’s help. Not that its any more real that other god myths and I make this clear all supernatural beings are just myths though this oldest set of myths would seem to have a woman not a man as the creator everything sorry bible god myth she has you beat in the timeline, what where you waiting for? The Sumerian religion influenced Mesopotamian mythology as a whole, surviving in the mythologies and religions of the Hurrians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, and other culture groups who all influenced others as well. The Sumerian religion is around 6,000 years old but it could be much older maybe 7,000 to 8,000 years old. Written history for religion is only, approximately, 5000 years old or so but religion is way older even much older then the Sumerian religion. Organized religion is about 13,000 years old, first proof of worship is 70,000 years old and unorganized religion is about 100,000 years old. This post’s is trying to point out that at one time a female goddess and not a god was thought to be the creator of the universe. To read on this check out the book: When God Was a Woman...

9,000-8500 year old Female shaman Bad Dürrenberg Germany

9,000-8500 year old Female shaman found in archaeological finds from Bad Dürrenberg Germany. The town of Bad Dürrenberg is located on the river Saale between the cities of Leipzig, Merseburg and Weibenfels. Female shaman was found barred with reconstructed regalia from animal bones, horns, teeth, and shells. depicted in the pic bellow. Female shamans are dominant in some cultures where they ate to the forefront of the cult practice. Whether in ancient China or Japan, or Korea, South Africa, Okinawa, the Philippines, from northern California to southern Chile, female shamanism is a widespread tradition from Buryat Mongolia to the Buriti religion in Gabon, that the first shaman was a woman. In some societies that practice shamanism there is a preference for the practitioners to be female. Evidence from archaeology in the Czech Republic indicated that the earliest Upper Palaeolithic shamans were in fact women. Descriptions of female shamans describe these women as invokers, healers, herbalists, oracles and diviners, ecstatic dancers, shape-shifters, shamanic journeyers, and priestesses of the ancestors. Female shamans or ‘shamankas’, are located among the Tungus people, the Buriats, Yakuts, Ostyaks, and among the Kamchadals the place of the shaman was usually taken by especially gifted old women. Female Shamans and Medicine Women...