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    1. Akira Chan on July 16, 2012

      I'm disappointed to hear this AND am also deeply, deeply appreciative of your sensitivity and integrity in taking this action.
      I support all those involved in finding an even more impactful project connected to this weave - and hope that whatever energies were involved in this complication are resolved in the light.
      Thank you critical beats, amazon voice, and everyone else.

    2. Wahkeena Sitka on July 16, 2012

      wow.... really sad. this was a really exciting project to witness from afar.

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      jon kwan on July 16, 2012

      Yay, you reached the target. Amazing!

      This project is inspired and I wish you every success with it.

      As a part of my own documentary I've been making the last year, I had some wonderful healing ceremonies with a medicine man who has been living with the Shuar for the last 4 years so this is very close to my heart.

    4. Claire Alexander on July 16, 2012

      What a unique and important project. I really hope it meets its funding! I am going to spread the word.

    5. Iva Peele on June 26, 2012

      wow what an incredible IMPORTANT PROJECT i am sharing far and wide.!!
      thanks so much!!
      iva peele
      producer/director picaflor productions

    6. djflonyc on June 11, 2012

      ***Can you please tell me what is the Artist & Title of the theme song used @ 7:00 mins in the trailor (flutes and drum and bass song) it is awesome. Can you please direct me where I can purchase this track?


    7. Mara Nelson on June 6, 2012

      I live in Ecuador, and my parents do medical work with the Shuar and Achuar tribes. I really hope this project gets funded!

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      Leslie on June 3, 2012

      I am fascinated by your project and wish you a loud voice and a wide reach. I spent some time with the Hourani tribe in the Ecuadorean Amazon, and am excited by this visionary idea. Good luck! Leslie Hope