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[VIDEO] Overview of our Stone Age Winter Week

[VIDEO] Overview of our Stone Age Winter Week

Surprise, surprise... there's a video for you! 😁 During our Stone Age Winter Week in Kierikki, I filmed several clips of our experience together there with the intention of making a small video later to share with Kierikki and the members of our tribe. My expectations...

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Media Appearances of our Stone Age Winter Experiment

Media Appearances of our Stone Age Winter Experiment

Hey friends! How are you? I really hope you are well and taking good care of yourself. Today, this will be a bit of a fun post as I'll be sharing with you all about our tribe's media appearances! Curious journalists During our time at Kierikki Stone Age Centre, we...

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Winter Clothes for the Stone Age | The Making Journey

Winter Clothes for the Stone Age | The Making Journey

Hello dear friends! I really hope all is well with you 😊 In this post, I will continue to share about the Stone Age Winter Experiment I was so lucky to be part of, which happened last month at the Kierikki Stone Age Centre in Yli-Ii, Finland. Today, I'll focus on my...

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Stone Age Living | My Week at Kierikki Stone Age Centre

Stone Age Living | My Week at Kierikki Stone Age Centre

When you open the door of this Stone Age home, you might see reindeer hides on the floor and hare, squirrel and fox skins being stretched and dried; you might see a fire being fed by birch wood, willow baskets and flint knifes being used, and even a reindeer carcass...

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The Home of our Stone Age Clan

The Home of our Stone Age Clan

This was our home, this entrance crossed so many times by the members of our tribe, like a portal in between two worlds. During this last week at our Neolithic living experience, we dressed in skins, cooked with a clay pot in the fire, ate reindeer meat and berries,...

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Neolithic Living | It’s happening!

Neolithic Living | It’s happening!

Neolithic Living is happening! After 2 months of intense preparation, here I go to finally meet my tribe at Kierikki Stone Age Centre and live a full week at the Neolithic village there ✨⁠ Time was very limited, so there was a lot more I wish I had done but couldn't....

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Caretos | The Ancient Entrudo Tradition of Portugal

Caretos | The Ancient Entrudo Tradition of Portugal

In Portugal, there's an ancient tradition that still lives today. A tradition of shapeshifters, of devils and masks, of rites and magic. This is the tradition of the Entrudo and of the Caretos. Every year in February or early March, the Entrudo is celebrated in...

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The Traditional Shaman

The Traditional Shaman

The traditional or tribal shaman, I came to discern, acts as an intermediary between the human community and the larger ecological field, ensuring that there is an appropriate flow of nourishment, not just from the landscape to the human inhabitants, but from the...

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Adufe | The Portuguese Square Drum

Adufe | The Portuguese Square Drum

The Pandeiro or Adufe is an ancient Portuguese/Iberian frame drum with origins in North Africa. Traditionally, it used to be played by women - the Adufeiras -, whom would play it not only in religious celebrations and romarias, but also in local festivities and even...

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Natural Hide Tanning

Natural Hide Tanning

Hide Tanning is sacred work From a skin that was about to decompose, I transform it into a skin that can live again for many years to come. It can clothe us, protect us from the weather, keep us warm, hold our belongings, and so much more. And it's biodegradable....

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Curtume Natural de Peles

Curtume Natural de Peles

Curtume de Peles é trabalho sagrado De uma pele prestes a se decompor, eu transformo-a em algo que pode viver novamente por muitos anos. Pode vestir-nos, proteger-nos do clima, manter-nos quentes, levar os nossos pertences, e muito mais. E é biodegradável....

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