A video of a Native Doctor allegedly celebrating good times went viral a while back and drew a lot of attention.
people were taken back by the possibility of a man having a good time, and they attributed it to some incredible magical powers. Although many openly praised the Native expert, it's possible that some of them secretly spoke with him and sought his help.
Despite the fact that no one has heard from the incredible Native specialist in years since he claimed to have basked in the sun of good fortune, the video does not seem to be going backwards, as it resurfaced on the internet, eliciting similar reactions as the first run through.
If you pay close attention to the video, two things will catch your attention that will make you doubt that this man was truly elated:
1. The Native specialist appeared uneven, as he was seen waving from side to side like a bird roosted on a rope. What makes him think he's unbalanced?
2. He appeared to be walking in a straight line while apparently having a good time. The question is why did he want to walk in a straight line when there was plenty of space for him to move around?
I don't see why he would be uneven and influencing from one side to the other, or why he would hold a straight line when sharing good times with his friends.
It will astound you to learn that walking on a rope is actually a demonstration that has been going on for quite some time.
Funambulism is the name given to this demonstration, and the expertise is developed over time by the Funambulists (the individuals who practice it.
My guess is that this local expert is a Funambulist who has developed the skill over time and decided to use it to deceive unsuspecting bystanders.
This amazing and wonderful act from this priest.
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