New Earth - Shamanic Intelligence Initiative

"When a man finds no peace within himself,
it is useless to seek it elsewhere."

- Rouchefolicauld


Anthropocene |ˈanθrəpəˌsēn|
the current geological age, viewed as having begun about 200 years ago with the significant impact of human activity on the ecosphere.

Contemporary ecological and societal crises present unprecedented challenges and opportunities. Driven by increases in human population and per capita consumption of resources, and shaped by the consequent contamination and degradation of the natural and built environments, our current path is clearly unsustainable. We have the opportunity to move away from the gloomy historical nihilism that characterizes the reign of our patriarchal and dominator culture.

An integrative approach is required if we are to create new options for a sustainable future. The environmental challenges of the 21st century require individuals who understand environmental, scientific and spiritual complexities and can implement a multi-disciplinary approach to environmental problem-solving at personal, local, regional and global scales.

Photo by Evey Kwong

Logo rational:

☷ ☰
These six simple lines that came from the I'ching symbol. It is ultra modern yet ancient. The solid line represents yang, the creative principle. The open line represents yin, the receptive principle. Kūn (The Receptive, Earth) above, Qián (The Creative, Heaven) below. Heaven and earth unite=peace. It is the eleventh hexagram named 泰 (tài), "Pervading" and other variations include "peace" and "greatness".


"The planet does not need more successful
people. The planet desperately needs
more peacemakers, healers, restorers,
storytellers and lovers of all kinds"

Dalai Lama


Artist as neophyte shaman rational:

Beuys believed that humanity, with its turn on rationality, was trying to eliminate “emotions” and thus eliminate a major source of energy and creativity in every individual. In his first lecture tour in America he was telling the audience that humanity was in an evolving state and that as “spiritual” beings we ought to draw on both our emotions and our thinking as they represent the total energy and creativity for every individual. Beuys described how we must seek out and energize our spirituality and link it to our thinking powers so that “our vision of the world must be extended to encompass all the invisible energies with which we have lost contact.”

Beuys observed at the time that “his personal crisis” caused him to question everything in life. He saw death not only in the inevitability of death for people but also death in the environment and he became, through his art and his political activism, a strong critic of the environmental destruction.

Continuing Bueys work, I’m acting as mediator between Gaia and it’s stewards, I’m gearing up 2013 and lead New Earth project with a new uniform (ceremonial regalia) to navigate Spaceship Earth for a more compassionate, empathy and gnosis crew that will lead with action and conscience in building A New Earth.

We have entered a period of great change, a synchronized, related crash of the economy and the ecology with food shortages, climate catastrophes, massive economic change and global geopolitical instability. The great disruption will ultimately take human society to a higher evolutionary state. One that is not biological but consciousness - a neo archaic rivival.

This disruption is inevitable and imminent and despair is a stage we have to go through. In fact it is a positive sign of denial is coming to an end. We all need to arrive at, individually and collectively and one that we must move through. Hope is waiting above the periscope when view with different level of personal spiritual alignment.

"The shaman role is to become a bridge for the power of creation and for the Creator. A bridge that healed the Earth and all the things of the Earth, making life truly rich, free from sins of the flesh. It is to leave our children a legacy of love and purity, rather than a world of hatred and greed. The quest of the shaman is to heal on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level all things of the earth and sky. We are part of a whole, a collective consciousness that encompasses all things. If one part of the whole is sick, we ourselves are sick and cannot be whole until all is whole." - Excerpt from Awakening Spirits, Tom Brown, Jr.

The Rainbow prophecy, as it has come to be known, refers to the keepers of the legends, rituals, and other myths that will be needed when the time comes to restore the health on Earth. It is believed that these legendary beings will return on a day of awakening, when all people will unite and create a new world of justice, peace and freedom, and they will be named the ‘Warriors of the Rainbow’. They will reteach the values and the knowledge that has been lost in time, demonstrating how to have wisdom and extra-perception, and how unity, harmony and love is the only way forward.
The rainbow reference relates to the different colours of the original people


This project and it's training are made possible by the support of:

Herbalism Certification, Green Medicine Course at Open Center, New York
Foundation Workshop, The Way of the Shaman, The Foundation for Shamanic Studies, New York
Standard Course, Tom Brown Jr. Tracker School, New Jersey
Reiki Foundation 1, Open Center, New York
Blacksmithing, Philadelphia Sculpture Gym, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"No problem can be solved from the
same level of consciousness that created it"


- Albert Einstein



"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment"


- Ralph Waldo Emerson







Herbalism and Shamanism: I learn how to identify and use herbs as a healing modality. These plants that we label as weeds are precious and it's heals the land and the man. I started looking at health as a holistic view both physical and spiritual. Shamanism open up a new world view of energy and spirits that connect us all for one source and anyone can tap into the resources and access it's wisdom.

Blacksmithing: The forge fire is the Fire of Creation. The bellows are the Breath of Life. The anvil is the Solid Earth, and the quench tank is the Eternal Sea. Using a hammer as one's wand and the altar of an anvil, the blacksmith becomes a master of the elements. He uses metal from the earth as his raw material, heats it in fire that is fueled by the wind, and quenches it in water after he has poured his spirit into the object. The ringing of the anvil is his sacred shamanic drum. Sweat, and sometimes flesh and blood if the fires demand it, are his sacrifices. Symbolically the smith was not a worker of physical metals, he or she was a spiritual teacher, a shaman able to help people along the spiritual path. 



Wilderness Camp, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Jan 21 - June 4, 2017