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Those primary customers are Hopi Indians living on the reservation, along with people from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Health Service, schools and small businesses.
Hopi Indian legends are filled with predictions that we will perish under the weight of technology.
The Hopi ear candle is designed to offer an alternative to the rigours of syringing - an appointment at the doctor's that few people relish - and Chris said the traditional remedy passed on to Western culture by the Hopi Indians can do much more than clean out your ears.
We do not know if it is, coincidental or unfolding prophecy as predicted by the Bible, the Mayans, Hopi Indians, Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus and others."
However, the practice reached the modern world via the native American Hopi Indians of North Arizona (it's interesting to note that Hopi means peaceful people).
This is an ancient technique for clearing wax out of the ears and practised for centuries by the Hopi Indians. The hollow candle is held in the ear by a practised therapist for 10 minutes.
Hopi Ear Candle therapy has been practised for thousands of years by the Hopi Indians but has recently arrived in Whitley Bay and now people of Tyneside are having a go.
The treatment can be traced back to ancient China, India and Egypt and was pracised by the Mayan, Aztec and American Indian cultures - it was the Hopi Indians who passed on this knowledge to Europeans.
"Hopi Hermeneutics: Ritual Person among the Hopi Indians of Arizona." In Concept of Person in Religion and Thought, ed.