The kogi leaders are priests known as mamas mama means enlightened one they believe that the mountain they live on is the heart of the world, and this was why the landmark bbc documentary made by alan ereira in 1990 was entitled from the heart of the world: the elder brothers' warning. Many kogi mama are raised in darkness for their formative years to learn to connect with this cosmic consciousness and, vitally, to respond to its needs in order to keep the world in balance aluna needs the human mind to participate in the world – because the thing about a human mind is that it's in a body, explains ereira. Aluna: the kogi mamas shibulata is a kogi mama: an enlightened leader of one of the world’s last, lost tribes.
The kogi mamas, the leaders of a pre-columbian tribe from columbia, have warned the world will end if we do not change our ways their words are backed up by american indian prophesy. The child will grow up to be a mama, a guardian and guide to the kogi primarily the mamas are men, but women are occasionally recognized at birth and raised to be a priest according to alan ereira there are “stories about them being masters of levitation and telepathy, with a direct link to supernatural powers in spirit world, and that they are the repository of a secret knowledge” 9.
Kogi jacinto zarabata - the spiritual world of the kogi mamos during this unique event esogurucom took an interview with kogi jacinto zarabata, representative of the kogi mamos, who for the first time visited western society to speak out. The kogi mamas are chosen from birth and spend the first nine years of childhood in a cave in total darkness learning the ancient secrets of the spiritual world or aluna they are the priests and judges who control kogi society.
All is the world of aluna, so the mamas see a reflection of the physical world first in the spiritual world if aluna is the mother, then the kogi listen to the mother by divining this lost technique of divination is what keeps the kogi world in balance and order. The kogi lost tribe of pre-columbian america emerson jackson, dine tribal elder, with kogis of northern colombia by louis mejia the kogi know secrets about nature that would make our scientists rethink their ideas on the environment and the universe.
Occasionally the child might be brought out (blindfolded) at night to feel and sense its qualities the child will grow up to be a mama, a guardian and guide to the kogi primarily the mamas are men, but women are occasionally recognized at birth and raised to be a priest. Letter from the kogi mamas february 2, 2011 early in 2009 we kogi mamas made a spiritual consultation in taganga which told us of the need to make a film and to take action to defend the sacred sites and ezuamas of our ancestral territory.
Kogi jacinto zarabata kogi messenger jacinto zarabata is an official representative of the kogi mamos the mamos are the leaders of the kogi society the mamos are the leaders of the kogi society children who are chosen to become mamo (means shaman) are committed to an initiation process lasting several years. Letter from the kogi mamas february 2, 2011 early in 2009 we kogi mamas made a spiritual consultation in taganga which told us of the need to make a film and to take action to defend the sacred sites and ezuamas of our ancestral territory they face increasingly serious threats including thefts by the army and the effects of mega-projects. Many kogi marriages are arranged by mamas to ensure the most fruitful communities marriages are not forced, and the buying or selling of women is not permitted, although women as young as 14 can be married and have children.
The kogi understand the earth to be a living being, and see the colonizers' mining, building, pollution and other activities damaging the great mother from birth the kogi attune their priests, called mamas, to the mystic world called aluna it is in this spirit-realm that the mamas operate to help the great mother sustain the earth.
In kogi language mama translates to sun or the enlightened ones signifying their importance to the kogi religion essentially, the mama, as well as the kogi in general, are monotheistic and their view is that the human race should, and should’ve, remained in harmony with nature.