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The law of synchronicity the law of the shaking tent.

There is no such a thing as coincidence. Therefore there is no coincidence in the event of the 5 shaking tents that happen in the Migmaw community of Big Cove few years ago. When two things or more happen at the same time it is know as synchronocity. The event of the 5 shaking tents happened under the law of synchronicity with a purpose, a plan , a raison for this event to happen. Synchronocity or synchronostic phenomena are attributed to the nature and composition of archetypes that are psychological and physical and are of the two hemispheres of the brain. Everthing in the universe works in pairs or in opposites for a reaction or action to happen or life reproduction to take place. Positive and negative energy are part of this process.

When we can view our reality in a four dimensional way like a hologram we can see that everthing that now seems to unfold before us with the passing of time already exist on the fabric of space time continuum like when looking at a hologram .When you view a hologram you do not look at it you look into it. We can see in the past present and future with one glance . This is the answer provided by the energetic archetype on the wampum belts that we can use as a cerebral microship to help to program the doing of the shaking tent ceremony .

In today teaching we explore only the left side of the brain who is logic, reading, writing , time orientation masculine expression . We blocked the right side of the brain who is dominant in instinct, wholism , dance , art, spatiality and femenine expression. No wonder our Aboriginal communities are so unbalance and must live in total cultural and spiritual contradiction of wholistic thinking use in traditional ceremonies like the shaking tent .

When we use the pipe, the tobacco placed in the pipe represent the green things , the four legged , the winged ones and all the things in the water, you ask all these things to come into the pipe . You offer the pipe to the four directions up to the mystery spirits of the universe and down to mother earth to ground the ceremony. When you smoke the pipe you’re asking all these things to come into you and to be one with you . That is wholistic thinking.

When it comes to the shaking tent ceremony, it is nothing more that an aid to help the shaker make contact with the other side also called the collective unconsciouness.

The shaking tent is the most sacred of the ceremonies, a secret rite who need the use of traditional technology the oracle the highest level of universal scientific knowledge known and practice by certain Aboriginal people of the Americas. But Who are these Aboriginal people and how can we recognize them and ask them to perform these ceremonies ?

The shaking tent ceremony is not a mystery but it is the least know of the major mysteries of the world . Due to the influence of western religious beliefs and institutionalised religions adopted and practiced in Aboriginal Communites, it is the least appreciated , despite the fact that the shaking tent ceremony rank among the most dramatic of the distinctive cultural possessions of the Wabanaki Algonkain speaking people of North America.

Its performances have been observed by native and non native people. We have eye witness accounts and detailed descriptions of the rite’s enactment recorded in the words of observers, natives and non natives alike since the 17th century. You can find all these written accounts in a book called the THE MYSTERY OF THE SHAKING TENT BY COLOMBO. The information recollected in this book speak for the tent . ... ngTent.htm

The historical record attest to the variety and vitality of the rite as a a form of cultural phenomenon. In conjunction of the 400 aniversary of the foundation of the city of Québec , the first account of a performance of the rite in North America appeared in the journal of the french explorer Samuel de Champlain for the year 1609 . Champlain witnessed the ceremony stage by the Algonkins on the north shore of the St-Lawrence River .

The Jesuit missionnaries saw the rite as the survival of paganism, a form of devil worship. I think it is still see that way by our onw poeple so Christianized today in First Nation communities. It is bracing to realize that despite their unequivocal denunciation of the practice, the ceremony continued to be performed in their time as it continues to be performed in ours and still with great difficulties. Later commentators were less scholastic about divine nature and more schooled in human nature than the Jesuits . They would condemn the operators of the shaking tent and derisively dismiss them as so many magicians and conjurers as they conflict with christian practices . Unfortunaltly the tent is also perceived as evil through the transmutation of Christian practice into the perception and defininton of spirituality among so called Aboriginal traditionalist .

The rite of the Shaking tent could be described in contemporary words as being a sacred theatre but performed only in one act composed of 13 scenes of a well-ordered production. All native ceremonies are composed of 13 scenes of well ordered production and they must be respected to make contact .

The Commission of the Shaking Tent
The Erection of the Tent
The calling of the Spirits
The Isolation of the Shaker
The Activation of the Tent
The Appearance of the Lights
The Productions of the Sounds
The Heairing of the Voices
The Answering of the Questions
The shaking of the Tent
The Departure of the Spirits
The Unfettering of the Shaker
The Dismanteling of the Tent

In the years to come it is possible that mankind will seee native spirituality and traditional ways of life as being little more than survivals of primitive thinking as renmants of the past . Yet it is more likely that these alternative way of being of intuiting thinking feeling and sensing will be valued as we would value a time machine . Throught time travel we learn about the past to be sure but also about mankind in general .

And if we learn about mankind in general we acquire knowledge about ourselves in the present and in the future. In doing so we disturb the rest of the dead . By probing our ancestors we prod our descendants . The lates 20th centuries reveal and know and recognise many similarities between the universal science of the the wampum belt microchips and the computer microchips. Both are part of the knowledge of the binary system and energy grid..

Why do we do certain things or beleive certains stories ? There must be a reason behind our traditional beliefs . Estern Canada is full of sacred sites and mounds that were once activated pyramidal ceremonial sites .The pleiades follow the same path through the sky as our sun . The pleiades is part of a larger constellation called Taurus the Bull and can be found in the shoulder hump of the Bull . They are also the head of the sacred white buffalo located in the stars . The stars of this sacred buffalo are related to cermonial sites located on the earth and in our case in Eastern Canada. Yes in Wabanki territory.

Well from time to time Aboriginal people made the modest claim that he had the knowledge and power to shake a tent . This 5 shaking tents event was part of this responsablity to make sure the tent will continue to shake in the future and in Aboriginal communities to help find and recognise the connection of our ancestral knowledge and practice them orderly in the ceremonies. So why are we still running like chicken without a head when it come to our own ceremonies, not respecting the 13 scenes of production ? BLA BLA BLA ........

This is what the five shakers attempted in Bic Cove to demonstrate with the 5 shaking tents ceremony in respect of all beings and force of the universe used for healing and teaching the people who did participated in this week long event and attended the 5 shaking tents ceremony that did happen at the end of that week in the starry night . Some mistake were made , some correction will be brought next time if ever it happen again .

Shaking tent rules cannot be broken as the shaker can pay the price of his life. Some did and others almost did . This also can happen with any other ceremonies. The next time the area must be protected by a perimeter of security to avoid stamped of participants to happen an for spirits to reach openly the tents in full view of the participants according to ancestral practice and ancestral instruction for a well ordered production .

For the one who wants or who are doing all kind of ceremonies or the one who participate in them, it is time to address this issues as we have reached a level of where we can no longer brake the rules of order and the law of synchronocity to make contact with the beings of light of the 4th dimensions. .
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