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Kunume Wone: 

Highest Ancient Institution of the Lani people of Papua

Mage Wone

Ancient teaching on Prohibition

Kurumbi Wone

Ancient teaching on Life-Threatening Warning

Maluk Wone

Ancient teaching on Disorder and Death

Obelom Wone

Ancient teaching on Logos and Order

Melanesia

If you wish to know more about these great Melanesian thinkers, please click on the photos.  

 

 

 

  • Polynesia
  • Micronesia
  • Original Australian

 

Papuan’s trauma from deep wounds

  1. Individual trauma
  2. Family trauma
  3. Clan trauma
  4. Tribal trauma
  5. Geographical trauma
  6. National trauma
  7. Racial, cultural, social, and economic trauma
  8. Cosmological trauma

Papuan’s addictions to deal with these wounds and trauma

  1. Alcohol
  2. Drugs
  3. Gambling
  4. Excessive Pinang chewing
  5. Pornography
  6. Sex
  7. Social media addiction 
  8. Smart phone addiction
  9. Addiction on fast food and chemical drinks

Path to healing

  1. Antidote/remedy 
  2. Embodiment of Logos (the Wone)  
  3. Redemption of Spirit, Mind and Body 
  4. Reconciliation to The Source
  5. Listening to the voice of our ancestors 
  6. Adapt to change or extinct  
  7. Reclaim our sovereignty

Significant dates and events for Indigenous peoples

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