As an Educator, it has always been my goal to use all disciplines to bring about education. The purpose of uniting, language, culture, history, dramatic theatre and virtual programming together is simple, it goes to brain based learning. The more Connections we can make as a human being, the more easily education is understood.
The Ina Maka project is more then just RP, it is actually the exploration of matrilineal living, ecological sound practices, going back to the source of circular living. Using a Format called Second Life have we been able to create a virtual history musuem, cultural and ecological exhibit, as well as a growing library, mixed also, with dramatic Interpretation, it takes learning about another culture to a whole new level.
Starting first in 2014, does the world tree, take shape, it will be the starting point for the Ina Maka museum, a Native American based museum, focusing on the balance of life, the circle of life, cultural stories, wisdom, current issues affecting the tribal groups not only of America but all over the world.
Most tribal based societies are the last holds of a healthy female and male based society, one that worked or the balance of the whole vs. the lifting up of only a select few.
These societies often work in balance with nature, lift up women and children and hold all life as sacred.
Gold is not god, and the value of life becomes the most important intrinsic value there is.
Your donations will help to build the sim, that holds the project headquarters, it will also help us as we build an OS or open sim environment for educational purposes.
Focusing on simulation based learning, will it cover all ages as low as middle school, secondary and post secondary education.
In roleplay can we discover much of who we are, our own weaknesses, areas of needed growth and our ability to remember.
We once were an oral culture all stories and history came through the elders, we used to sit at the feet of our elders and listen.
Our legacy lived all around us, and we with it. Children were sacred, elders were sacred...."A nation is never truly defeated until the hearts of its women lay on the ground"
Honoring Mother Earth by memory and through story and education and advocacy we can change much. ONE HEART AT A TIME:)