Dance

Anthropology: An Overview of the Various Physical Art Forms in Dance Culture

Dance is a tremendous instinct, but the art of dance is the channelling of that drive by skilled performers into something extremely expressive that may pleasure audiences who have no desire to dance themselves. These two conceptions of dance—dancing as … Continue reading Anthropology: An Overview of the Various Physical Art Forms in Dance Culture

the landscape of Navajo lands there are three mountains shaded by orange colour cloudy sky as the sun sets in the West

Anthropology: An Overview of the Navajo Culture and Their Healing Rituals

Spanning over 17.5 million acres across Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico, the Navajo population, encompasses 150.000 Navajos, who call themselves “Dine,” meaning people, and speak Dine language, the most-spoken Native American language in the United States. Today’s Navajo, the largest … Continue reading Anthropology: An Overview of the Navajo Culture and Their Healing Rituals

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An Overview of the Disease Scleroderma Including Symptoms and Causes

What is Scleroderma? Scleroderma is a rare autoimmune disease that causes the hardening of the patient’s skin and other associated connective tissues. There are more cases of women affected by scleroderma than men. Most people diagnosed with scleroderma are between … Continue reading An Overview of the Disease Scleroderma Including Symptoms and Causes

Faries

The Fairy Folk: The Story of Lilith and How She Gave Birth to the First Fairy (Story and Poems)

Pt. 1 The Story Birth of the Farries I am Lilith. The so-called mother of the night. Hear my tale and judge for yourself….. The beginning…. and the end of me. And The Creator opened his hands and the light … Continue reading The Fairy Folk: The Story of Lilith and How She Gave Birth to the First Fairy (Story and Poems)

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Anthropology: An Overview of Ancient Norse and Viking Symbols With Their Meanings

Symbols have been a part of human history since before humans had the ability to speak or write. There is evidence of early humans having drawn several marks on cave walls in certain parts of the world. Lines, curves, circles, … Continue reading Anthropology: An Overview of Ancient Norse and Viking Symbols With Their Meanings