An Eskimo Hallelujah

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This is a video from the small Yupiq Eskimo village of Quinhagak, Alaska. It is very creative and gives a very fine picture of  life in an Alaska Eskimo village. This was a school computer project intended for the other Yupiq villagers of 200. Much to the villagers’ shock, nearly 1..2 million people have already seen the video.

Can you feel their joy?
Praise Him!
H/t my dear sis-in-law Shireen

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6 responses to “An Eskimo Hallelujah

  1. I have a friend who was from Texas. She had been adopted, and then as an adult found her Alaskan birth family and went up there to live, in Mekoryuk, which may or may not be close to this village (Alaska’s just too darned big for me to know – I haven’t checked). Anyway, the images in this video remind me of a lot of pictures she posts on another site of her village. Very nice video, and of course this song always makes me emotional. Thanks for sharing!

  2. A great creation in honor of The Creator.

  3. Beautifully done…

  4. YouTube is so PC infected…glad to see this school isn’t!

  5. Thank you, Dr. Eowyn, and for your sister-in-law, for this tremendous sharing! The timing of the signs with the music is remarkably accurate and so wonderful! On another note, isn’t it remarkable that Handel did not think his “Messiah” was very good music, and he thought it could have been much better. Yet, it is such a wonderful prayer to Our Dear Lord and we’ve loved it and used it since Handel composed it!

  6. Wonderful! Wonderful!
    And He shall be pleased at this praise of all praises!


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