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Feminine Matrix and Female Culture

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“South Slavic Blood & Honey Oral Memory Traditions”


Valeria Ana Bembibre Interview about KENN®* (Ketonic nasogastric nutrition)

Gift Economy

Six Days in Haiti: After the Mega Earthquake

Erasing the silence and the danger of a single story; Women in the aftermath of violence and wars, the multitude and the Kolo of first female/person story.

Bird Killing 300 Mile Coastal Toxic Algae Bloom & South Slavic One Species Mind

UN PeaceKeepers Involved in Congo War Atrocities

What is Missing?

Witches in the 21st Century

Blood & Honey” Motherline Archaeologies of Balkan Memory: How a Small circle of Bosnian Mothers & Grandmothers- War Survivors and War Crimes Survivors- Heal Trauma to Halt Another Century of Wars ,

A Donde Vas? Where are you Going?

"Utilizing First Person Story with Trauma Survivors in Bosnia and Sri Lanka: Metaphors create a symbolic congruence that is 'inclusive' and universal across cultures

Bosnia Death's Highways to Trauma

Bosnian Witches/Healers of Trauma


Da li nas Majka Priroda gadja kamenjem?

A Place Where Women Rule

Horse Whisper of Psychology

So what does it mean that the Elk cows and their calves are simply lying down and dying

Feminine Matrix- Female Culture and Humanity - The War Never Ends

The Body of the Earth Goddess: Ireland and the Passage Tombs

The Balkan Bird Goddess: Birds falling from the skies

Death Consciousness and Adrenalin Addiction

Feminist Archetypal Psychology

Evoking the White Birch Tree Council

Is there only silence for our daughters?


Susana Koric Novi Travnik, Bosnia

Bulgarian Round Dance- Hands The Hora (Bulgarian) - the kolo (South Slavic) are expressed. Note the weaving of hands in the belts. Paleolithic caves across the globe have hand silhouettes. In the Islamic world, and with South Slavic Muslims, the Hand of Fatima is revered. The early Bogumile sect (geographically in Bosnia, former Yugoslavia) on Bogumile standing stones show an enlarged hand of a male warrior to exclaim no weapon or violence which points to the mystical connection of hands and connection to the Balkan Bird Goddess’s wings later morphing into angel wings. India connects to the five digits as the five elements of earth, while Islam five fingers are the proclamation of faith, prayer, pilgrimage, fasting and generosity. Native Americans, First Peoples employed a Mother Tongue with the use of hand signals to communicate.

Feet: Opanca- leather shoes

Kolo Dancing

Open Arms in Travnik Bosnia

Herstoric Meeting- 10th anniversary of the Kolo in Bosnia 2010

2011 Conference Moved to October 13, 2011

Life in the Aftermath of Death


CURA (Girls) Helsinki Human Rights Danica Presents

CURA (Girls) Helsinki Human Rights Blg. Sarajevo

Tremendous Attention

Daring Feminists Changing their that changes the world

Feminist Center Rome March 2010

Ahmica Muslim Women War Crimes Center

Memory Tattered and Torn is now striking Feminine Potential

The Round Kolo, The Cups

Sana Koric organizing Kolo Conference Event

Tripods-cauldrons of the Kolo matriarchal members of peaceful communities

Concurrent symposia, sweets and coffee in an Ahmica Bosnian house

10th Anniversary of the Kolo-Conference March 2010

The Kolo: Women's Cross Cultural Conference March 2010

10th Kolo Anniversary Celebration- Bosnia

Bosnian Diaspora at Washington State Park

Bosnian Diaspora- Susana & Nihad Koric

Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Kolo Sumejja Women

Bosnian Death Highway

Old Europe- Bosnian Witches

Bosnian Gate of Memory

Bulgarian Kolo Musical Instrument

Bosnian Bioculinary Art of Pita Dough

100 Extraordinary Women

Bogumile Resting Place Donj Vakuf Bosnia

Baby & Mother

Honoring Invisible Women's Work

Churning butter-Ancient South Slavic Female Practices

Famished Kolo Sumejja Women Picnic

Bird Goddess Sarajevo Stari Baba (Wise Grandmother)

Dying Elk Mystery

Dying Elk Mystery

Dying Elk Mystery- What is it telling us?

Bosnia 2006 Female Kinship

Malta Ruins

Vests- South Slavic Memories Threaded

Living Kolo Dance, South Slavic round dance and circle

Kolo Meeting in Ahmica

Kolo Somatic Movements


South Slavic Fish Goddess

Three Wise Grandmothers Iconic Messengers

Kolo-Round Dance, Blood & Honey Icon

Blood & Honey Icon: Goddess Dodola-Cloud Woman

Vinca Serbian Figure Heads

Balkan Bird Goddess Crowned & Enthroned

Balkan Bird Goddess Enthroned


South Slavic Old Europe Women's Chant Neolithic Memory

South Slavic Old Europe Women Chant Goat pipe instrument

South Slavic Old Europe Women's Chant Sung Poetry

South Slavic Old Europe Women Song Tepsija (Roasting Pan)

Jarino Jarino

Vulka Na Burza Dumase

Gather the Women

Dodolica Pesna


The Kolo: A Community of Healing

Short Interview with Mary Sherhart

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