“Huitramannaland: The unknown history of America / ‘Kótaix-Halaháches'” / Rafael Videla Eissmann

Monday, January 28, 2019, “Kótaix-Halaháches

“Possibly, one of the most peculiar hówen (gods) of the Patagonian-Antarctic selk’nam tradition preserved in the initiation rite Hain, is “Kótaix-Halaháches”–the celestial counterpart of Jálpen, goddess of the Underworld (the Hollow Earth). Women called him “Halháches”, while men called him “Kótaix” (continued).

Life-size reproduction of the Hówen, Kótaix-Halaháchios of the southern end of Chile (National Museum of Natural History of Chile).

 

“Huitramannaland: The unknown history of America / ‘Cra, Cran and the diluvial tradition in the Selk’nam subculture’” / Rafael Videla Eissmann

Rafael Videla Eissmann is a Chilean historian and lecturer who has authored two published books on Atlantis– Desde la Atlántida and Los Dioses Extraterrestres: El Regreso de B’Olon Yokte’ K’Uh = The Extraterrestrial Gods  along with numerous scholaraly articles, and articles in Nexus magazine including an interview with Chariots of the Gods author, Erich von Däniken. The Swill Bucket is pleased to begin reprinting Eissmann’s recent work from his website: Huitramannaland: The unknown history of America

Cra, Cran y la tradición diluvial en el sustrato cultural selk’nam (Cra, Cran and the diluvial tradition among the Selk’nam)

 

 

 

Beach Boys sing Charles Manson’s song, ‘Cease to Exist’ ca. 1969

The Beach Boys called it “Never Learn Not to Love”. Manson wrote it as a blues piece but the pop band naturally changed it to suit their genre, which pissed Manson off royally.

In retrospect, not a guy you would want to piss off… It’s a mediocre song at best. I say that now that he’s dead! Ha! Ha!

Key Line: “Submission is a gift”

Cease To Exist (lyrics)

Here’s another mediocre song he wrote:

 

Poet Gary Snyder, ‘Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais, 2005 (photo credit: Swill Bucket (Dan R and Shawn Hamilton)

Gary Snyder, Beat Poet

While on this trip, when I arrived in the rendevous spot in Marin County, my car was overheated and a nice person stopped by to see if he could help. Later I realized this good samaritan was Peter Coyote