The fossils, masks, necklaces and other items made of stone, wood, shells, animal bones and seeds, are representative of Oceania and the rain forests of Borneo. The villages are numerous and people live in an era constantly nourished by mythological sacred moments. Through the ritual, the shaman is able to open a fateful magnetic space, an inner journey to the supernatural, is an order that is based on universal energy to give each object its spiritual function of protection.
Papua is probably a word derived from the malese (papuwah) “fuzzy hair”.
In 1545 a Spanish explorer gave the name of New Guinea to an island in the Pacific. Oceania, with its vast territory, is an a sanctuary of plants, unknown animals, and folks traditions.
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