Yelli – Baka Women Yodellers

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For thousands of generations our hunter-gatherer ancestors have chanted together as a means to connect to each other, the forest around them and the universe beyond. Today, these ‘technologies of enchantment’ are still available to us. In fact, more the ever, these rituals are urgently required as a means to overcome the terrible confines of the ego and embrace our ecological selves. Tentacles are emerging from the forest, they seek out fertile human minds. Can you feel it?

Baka in the Forest here

Live recording in the Cameroon rainforest by Martin Cradick of Baka Beyond
“Topé malangui bodé, ma’anjo ayé” – “give me one bottle, I’m thirsty”

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