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  • Sacred Water Drum Workshop FOR ONLY $25!!!

    This is not a joke. lol. This is a real event.

    Actual website: https://sacredwaterdrumworkshop.splashthat.com/

    Sacred Water Drum Workshop
    With Shiva Singh

    Friday, April 15th
    8:00 p.m.

    The Alchemist's Kitchen
    21 E 1st St
    New York, NY, 10005


    Explore the beauty and power of an instrument that plays an important ceremonial role in Native American lineages.
    Indigenous peoples around the world have used water drums in ceremony for millennia. Water drums are common in Native American lineages, including the Iroquois, Navajo, and Cherokee, where they play an integral role in sacred ceremonies, as well as social dances.
    In this hands on workshop, Shiva will share the ways of the sacred water drum used in ceremonies, sing medicine songs, and dance and pray with us.

    * Learn to tie up the drum.
    * Learn how it’s used in Native American prayers
    * Hear and sing songs from different cultures used in sacred ceremonies - ranging from Native American to Hindu to Spanish to Hebrew

    Tickets
    $20 (in advance)
    $25 (at door)
    When
    April 15th at 8:00pm
    Where
    The Alchemist's Kitchen 21 East 1 Street , New York, NY 10003

    About Shiva Singh:

    Born in Guyana, South America. Raised in the ways of Sanatan Dharma. As a small boy his father took him into the secret spaces of the Amazon where he experienced the mystical beauty of Grandfather & Grandmother. There he sat with indigenous elders of the Arawak people, learning to chant in their tongue. He moved to NY with his siblings as a young adult becoming a husband & father, friend and devotee of Mother (Kali). He has sat with many indigenous and Native American people throughout his years, such as: Shoshone, Apache, Lakota, Hindu, Chassidim, Santo Daime, Huni Kuni, Peruvian, Mexican and more...

    He works with the sacred fireplace of the Dine people of Crown Point, New Mexico. Shiva Singh lives and breaths to pray so that we all can hold our space in joy, peace & love.
    Attached Files
    "I'm learning to accept the things that are beyond my control,
    and working on improving the things that are." -RBTF

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    [MENTION=68526]Itzhecatl[/MENTION], let's go, eh?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by xTekno View Post
      [MENTION=68526]Itzhecatl[/MENTION], let's go, eh?
      I know! Thats a good deal! Unfortunately for me it'd be a little bit too expensive with a flight and all. Maybe I should just head over to Crown Point and find that fireplace!
      That would be cheaper for sure.
      "I'm learning to accept the things that are beyond my control,
      and working on improving the things that are." -RBTF

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      • #4
        Note that is not OLChemist's Kitchen. I'll take your $25. But you'll only get some iced tea, and if you're really good, some pie.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Itzhecatl View Post
          This is not a joke. lol. This is a real event.

          Actual website: https://sacredwaterdrumworkshop.splashthat.com/

          Sacred Water Drum Workshop
          With Shiva Singh

          Friday, April 15th
          8:00 p.m.

          gag....raaaaallllpppphhhh.........ugh
          Last edited by Grits & Beans; 04-15-2016, 12:03 AM.

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          • #6
            He should have bought a Seven Eleven store instead.

            I wonder if he eats beef.
            When you are dead you don't know that you are dead. It is difficult only for the others. It is the same when you are stupid.

            "Show me somethin"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Grits & Beans View Post
              gag....raaaaallllpppphhhh.........ugh
              I agree.
              Take nothing for granted. Life can change irrevocably in a heartbeat.

              I will not feed the troll-well, I will try.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
                Note that is not OLChemist's Kitchen. I'll take your $25. But you'll only get some iced tea, and if you're really good, some pie.
                would that be shoofly pie, by any chance?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Itzhecatl View Post
                  I know! Thats a good deal! Unfortunately for me it'd be a little bit too expensive with a flight and all. Maybe I should just head over to Crown Point and find that fireplace!
                  That would be cheaper for sure.
                  well, San Jose to Crown Point is still 960 miles one way.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by xTekno View Post
                    well, San Jose to Crown Point is still 960 miles one way.
                    Maybe i'll jump into your trailer after Stanford when you head back that way and figure it out from there! I'll be closer!
                    "I'm learning to accept the things that are beyond my control,
                    and working on improving the things that are." -RBTF

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Itzhecatl View Post
                      Maybe i'll jump into your trailer after Stanford when you head back that way and figure it out from there! I'll be closer!
                      First have to drill a couple of air holes, then drop you off at Flagstaff and it's 242 mile due east from there. On your way, you can stand on a corner in Winslow, AZ, and finally arrive at your destination after hitch-hiking for another 3 or more hours.

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                      • #12
                        You're right thats a lot of work. You might just have to go to the workshop without me. Take good notes tho!


                        Originally posted by xTekno View Post
                        First have to drill a couple of air holes, then drop you off at Flagstaff and it's 242 mile due east from there. On your way, you can stand on a corner in Winslow, AZ, and finally arrive at your destination after hitch-hiking for another 3 or more hours.
                        "I'm learning to accept the things that are beyond my control,
                        and working on improving the things that are." -RBTF

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by xTekno View Post
                          would that be shoofly pie, by any chance?
                          Not on a bet. That is one of those dishes that come from my Dad's Amish grandparents that I left far behind me when I moved out of my parent's house. Along with sauerkraut with apples, carrots, V-8 juice and caraway; rye toast with cottage cheese and apple butter; and tomato and peanut butter on rye sandwiches.

                          I do excellent blueberry, pumpkin, apple, key lime, and cranberry/apple pies. But, no treacle tarts, no chest pies, no rhubarb anything.... I also make a mean blackberry cobbler with orange zest in the crust.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
                            Not on a bet. That is one of those dishes that come from my Dad's Amish grandparents that I left far behind me when I moved out of my parent's house. Along with sauerkraut with apples, carrots, V-8 juice and caraway; rye toast with cottage cheese and apple butter; and tomato and peanut butter on rye sandwiches.

                            I do excellent blueberry, pumpkin, apple, key lime, and cranberry/apple pies. But, no treacle tarts, no chest pies, no rhubarb anything.... I also make a mean blackberry cobbler with orange zest in the crust.
                            Good form [MENTION=4221]OLChemist[/MENTION]!

                            How about sweet potato pie?

                            I do like blueberry, key lime, and cranberry/apple pies.

                            The rhubarb that I got from Rock Springs Cafe Welcome - Rock Springs Cafe wasn't too bad at all, but what do I know.

                            BTW, it's HOGS N HEAT Hogs N Heat - Rock Springs Cafe at Rock Springs this weekend.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by xTekno View Post
                              How about sweet potato pie?
                              Mine tastes a lot like my pumpkin. Nutmeg instead of ginger and cloves... Half brown sugar instead of all white... A shot of very good Mexican vanilla... And you have pie.

                              I've been working on my apricot pastelito recipe. Almost there. Still a little too much crust to filing. I'm going to try more apricots, less golden raisins and a couple drops of almond extract. You need a super intense filing to stand up to all that crust.

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