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Understanding Spirituality, Anomalous Phenomena as life lessons (Life Lessons Series, #1)

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This first volume of 'Understanding Spirituality, Anomalous Phenomena as life lessons' 29 random writings drawn from the true-life experiences of the Caribbean's most radical indigenous rights activist Mr Damon Gerard Corrie. Himself a Barbados island-born Lokono-Arawak descendant of the last Hereditary Shaman Chief of the Eagle Clan Arawaks of Guyana, South America, Damon lives between the Caribbean islands and greater Amazonia (of which Guyana is included within), and he has a unique perspective 'mental bridge' between the two very different worlds.

His writings in this volume cover a very wide range of subjects and is a treasure trove of his personal life experiences, which includes spirit guides/guardian angels, visions, dreams, visitations from the conscious energy of benevolent physically deceased loved ones, as well as encounters with malevolent non-human entities and physical manifestations of anomalous phenomena associated with both, astral travel, Animal spirits, shadow people, Old Haig, Canaima, Dai-Dai, the little people, numerology, as well as his personal insights into a wide range of issues and topics - from a spiritual perspective. The average reader of this volume easily finds some topic of common ground, allowing the reader to intellectually connect to Damon's writings at some level in our own personal lives.

Damon is 46 years old, and he is proud of his 27 years of marriage to his indigenous wife whom he wed as a then 19-year-old (she was 17 at the time) - fulfilling a promise he had made at the age of 16 to his grandmother, that by the age of 20 he "would be married back into the tribe and be a father"...and so said so done, for their first child was conceived on their wedding night and was born 2 months before Damons 20th birthday. The marriage produced 5 children, of whom 4 are still alive, sadly the couples first daughter died at the tender age of 3 days old after she was born on the Tribal lands in the jungles of Guyana, and Damon is proud of the fact that his wife is the only woman alive who bore him children, a few young men in the world today can commit to a marriage at such a young age and stay true to it for the rest of their lives.

At the age of 20 Damon immersed himself into indigenous rights advocacy and activism, he created a regional Pan-Tribal Confederacy, created and signed a ceremonial and symbolic Peace Treaty between the 'Arawaks and Caribs' in 1996 that made history in the Caribbean, and then he voluntarily served 16 years (2000 - 2016) as a member of Caribbean Caucus of the Indigenous Peoples Working Group at the Organization of American States (OAS), before voluntarily serving 10 years (2007 - 2017) as a registered participant of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) and a co-mentor to the UN-affiliated Tribal Link Foundation NGO, where he helped to train indigenous representatives from around the world, many of whom have gone on to become well known leaders of their respective Tribal Nations.

Damon is also an autodidact journalist and is a contributing writer to the well known North American Indigenous News Media outlet called 'Last Real Indians' with many of his articles published there, many of his other articles have been published by private news entities in North America (including Intercontinental Outcry), Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and in the Pacific.

Damon also found the time to unite the remnant pro-traditionalists among his own tribe and officially re-establish the ancient Animist spirituality that the European Churches had driven underground over a century ago, design a flag for his Tribe, and see his daughters undergo the 9-day long puberty rite of passage. These days Damon and his pro-traditionalist family-run guided combined Adventure, Culture and Nature-based Eco tours on the Tribal lands in Guyana via AirBnB.


Damon, like his 3 older siblings, was born in the Caribbean island paradise of Barbados. His mother Audrey named Damon after the American author Damon Runyon, and from a very young age Damon exibited a passion and love for writing; however, like most aspiring authors Damon found it impossible to share his manuscripts with a wider audience (until he discovered draft2digital), so for over 3 decades his many works in many genres gathered dust on his bookshelf of unfullfilled dreams.

Damon is a 4th generation descendant of the last traditional Hereditary Shaman Chief Amorothe Haubariria (Flying Harpy Eagle) of the Bariria Korobahado Lokono (Eagle Clan Arawaks) of Guyana, South America, Moreover, the grave of Damons great grandmother is the only known burial site of a member of Lokono-Arawak nobility in the entire Caribbean - and with a tombstone written in both the English and Lokono-Arawak language, it has become a tourist attraction in the Westbury Cemetery in the capital city of Bridgetown Barbados.

Damon has the gift of premonition dreams, and being able to see and communicate with deceased loved ones, and since he married back back into the tribe at the age of 19 in 1992, Damon has become the most radical indigenous rights activists the Caribbean has produced in living memory, and his many real life escapades and supernatural experiences often feature in his writings.

Damon was a member of the Caribbean Caucus on the Indigenous Peoples working group of the Organization of American States (OAS) from 2000 to 2016, and helped create the Declaration of The Americas on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and he has been a registered participant of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) since 2007 (where he also co-mentors international students and writes for the Tribal Link Foundation) , as well as being an autodidact journalist with news articles published in 4 continents, and a writer for the Last Real Indians indigenous media website.

Damon (46) and his wife Shirling (44) have 4 living children, sons Hatuey Francis (26) and Tecumseh Shawandase (23), and daughters Sabantho Aderi (20) and Laliwa Hadali, and all live in Barbados.


Titel: Understanding Spirituality, Anomalous Phenomena as life lessons (Life Lessons Series, #1)
EAN: 9781393987956
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: Damon Corrie
Genre: Spiritualität
Veröffentlichung: 12.09.2019
Dateigrösse: 0.2 MB