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Little Saints is a documentary following six men and women from the United States who, along with Director Oliver Quintanilla, travel to Mexico to meet an extraordinary woman and take part of an ancient ritual of psychological and physical healing.
The ingestion of psilocybe mushrooms in the southern Mexico is an ancient, candlelit ritual. The lack of external stimuli creates a space that is conducive to looking inside oneself. While guided by Mazatec shaman Natalia, the patients examine their issues and find answers within themselves; thru prayer and energy cleansings, the shaman purifies their spirits.
Along with their story, the film includes interviews with scientists and researchers who share their knowledge of psychedelic medicines, Mazatec traditions, and current efforts to bring this medicine to the world community.
anyone offer they're services as a shaman in southern Ontario for someone in need?
Thanks, any idea on how to watch the documentary little saints, eat a mushroom talk to god. I have been unsuccessful in my attempts to watch the video with subtitles, every subtitle app i download says it needs a video file to pair with but since the doc is stream only im kinda left between a rock and a hard place :(
If you purchased the documentary, you can download the video and subtitles. But if you rent it is only stream.
Yes we had it stream only for the first 3-4 weeks... then we were talking to a person in a remote area in Australia, and realized that not everyone has fast internet, so we changed the settings and started allowing downloads as well. Check your account, there should be a way to download, I am not exactly sure how the vhx process works though. Let me know if you run into any more troubles so we can contact vhx and figure out what is going on. Thanks!
Just saw this on vhx in relation the tech support for customers.... "If you have a technical or purchase support related questions please report them here: https://littlesaints.vhx.tv/contact/support, instead of the forums. VHX handles support queries for this site and we often have to move those conversations to email anyway because we need to get more details to assist you."
Thanks for all your help, i have messaged support. Now to hunt for someone who at least dabbles in shamanic practices somewhere in ontario.
The guy from Australia was able to download. So it should be there somewhere. Also you are talking about Ontario Canada? or Ontario California?
Not sure why i am having so much trouble, the option to download the subtitles is available but no option to download the video exists. At least not that i can see and i do have okay vision, coupled with some minor tech savy'ness should'nt be too difficult, and i live in ontario canada, living here with somewhat of a warped sence of perception and am just looking to alter the way i see things hopefully for the good, and am just searching for someone without their own agenda, who looks to heal and heal only.
I appreciate you helping alot, thank you. When i click the link it brings me to the informational help, but i just never see the option to download the video..only subtitles. And right atop the page there is this cute note Videos within a subscription or rental are not downloadable. They are streaming-only. :(
If you like i could provide you with the loggin info and you can check see mabye what i am doin wrong..im not worried about security problems is a temp account i just made with a corner store pay as you go credit card with 10$ on it lol
If you rented the documentary for 4.99 it is correct, vhx does steaming only. If you purchased for 14.99 then vhx gives the seller the option to only stream or download. We originally had it for stream only, but switch it to download.
In Canada it is also available on iTunes, Amazon and Vudu.
If you rented and are interested in purchasing we can look for a way to adjust, refund or purchase, let us know.
Thank you for your help, as i would rather watch the video instead of getting money back, it does however seem a bit unfair to me the way this is all setup. You can watch video for 4.99 but cant enjoy it unless you understand spanish, for that now you have to pay the full 14.99 i mean really am i only one who thinks thats kinda not cool.?
That is not the case. If you rent, you are allowed to stream for 3 days and watch it as many times as you want, after the 3 days you won't have access any more. That is why it is a rental, you "return" the video after a few days. The only requirement is that you have an internet connection that is fast enough to stream videos.
If you buy the movie, you can download and watch it as many times you want for the rest of your life. Similar to what it was buying a DVD.
Regarding language, the movie is spoken in English, Spanish and Mazatec and it is subtitled in Spanish and English, you choose which language you want the subtitles to be in. This applies to both, rentals and purchases.
The subtitle button on the player lets you choose if you want subtitles in Spanish or English.
All you are doing is repeating what you already said, and i have already confirmed there is a problem with, there is no "working option" to play subtitles with a rented version which is what my dilema is. Like i said i would be more than happy to provide you with login info and you could confirm.
See if this helps: