Dakota Wint, an adventurous filmmaker delves into the world of unique traditions:

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It is a well-known truth that numerous indigenous tribes still exist around the world, and that they continue to practise distinctive rituals that lead to spiritual enlightenment. However, not everyone who has heard of these methods believes they do what they claim. That is why some people undertake these rituals for themselves to discover the truth. Dakota Wint, better known as Dakota of Earth on YouTube, is one of them.

Dakota Wint is a content creator, influencer, and filmmaker who travels the world to reveal the truth about forbidden rituals practised by various tribes he meets along the way. He was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, but now lives in Mexico. He continues to use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to describe his experience. Among the various rituals he has witnessed, he claims that the Shipibo ceremonial of the Amazonian tribe holds the truth. They have a Farmacia, or pharmacy, where they gather therapeutic plants from the jungle. Participants in the ceremony, according to the tribe, will encounter the astral world and even have telepathic experiences. Dakota has participated in roughly 35 of these rituals and claims to be able to back up the tribe’s claims. He claimed to have had visions of a hidden world lingering in the depths of his mind.

Dakota isn’t the only one who’s had similar experiences. People from all walks of life have described similar encounters. The main ingredients for these ceremonies are usually ayahuasca and chacruna, which are brewed with other medicinal plants. Dakota came to Mexico after his experience with the Shipibo tribe in Peru. He had a front-row seat to the Mazatecas of Oaxaca’s ceremonies, which include the usage of mystical mushrooms known as Los Ninos Santos, or “holy children.” A psychedelic experience can be had by eating massive amounts of mushrooms in full darkness and quiet for hours. The divine-seeing plants, a species of Salvia divinorum, are another substance used in Mazatecas’ ceremonies. Dakota, on the other hand, claims that when he tried the ritual for himself, he didn’t have any religious experiences or receive any scriptural-like revelations that the ritual is supposed to provide.

Dakota discovered there is more to learn about this world, especially spiritually, as a result of his interactions with many tribes and his participation in their rituals. He’s also delighted to be able to share the experiences of these native groups with the broader audience. In case you wish to know more about these stories, follow Dakota Wint on:

YouTube: www.YouTube.com/dakotawint

Instagram: www.instagram.com/dakotawint

Twitter: www.twitter.com/dakotawint

Facebook: www.facebook.com/dakotawint

Website: https://www.dakotawint.com/


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