[Ibogaine] Iboga: The Visionary Root of African Shamanism
hslotsof at phantom.com
Sun Jun 1 19:39:26 EDT 2008
I appreciate your response. I am uncertain about the literature in
Gabon and Cameroon. I will see if I can make an inquiry and let you
On May 31, 2008, at 1:47 PM, Sara Glatt wrote:
> Thanks Howard !
> that book is just out and I haven't got it yet.
> Just like the Nganga said if the Bwiti is not happy about it we
> will know,
> also the author will know,I trust that a secret is kept a secret for a
> good reason, which probably is to protect those who know it and the
> a Secret is what people need to keep to themselves.
> Do you know of any Gabonese or Cameroonian book about Iboga or the
> one of the reason it has to be kept a secret is because of little
> ego's, lots of good is turn into bad, people turn their knowledge
> into power
> and not staying in tune with the vibration of the Bwiti, which is
> and love. the healing energies are not only on a chemical level but
> on the soul level, that very powerful.
> it is so powerful that people made
> it illegal in many countries out of fear, people who want power over
> people who want to have freedom.
> when you tell someone that you have a powerful healing tool, there
> will be
> someone who will want you not to have it, that's the work of demons
> always come to destroy what is good. by exposing the tools there is a
> chance they will be taken away.
> after my iboga experiencing, every time I have done something for my
> little ego it turned against me the same deed without the little ego
> turned well for me. maybe that's what the secret is about.
> all the best,
> best to all,
> Hi Sara,
>> Certainly what you say has truth. But, have you read the book?
>> I would certainly agree with your statements (a) and( c) but, I guess
>> the secret has been so well kept that I don't know what is the
>> secret. There are many things I don't know but, I know I don't know
>> them and should I wish to learn them that would be possible. And of
>> course maybe I know the secret and that is why it is not a secret.
>> I am trying to get peoples opinions on the book, not Mallendi, who is
>> a minor author as Paicheler attributes most of the chapters to
>> herself in the book Iboga: The Visionary Root of African Shamanism.
>> Tatayo considers himself one of the authors though he was not
>> On May 30, 2008, at 8:53 AM, Sara Glatt wrote:
>>> Hi Simon,
>>> That's what I also understand,it takes many years to become a Nganga
>>> lots of people don't know (the writer of that book), what
>>> upsets the
>>> elderly Nganga.
>>> it takes many years of practice and honoring the Bwiti.
>>> a. the intentions of the prac
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