The SOL NOKO-KISHI (Sunchild Symphonix Arkestra) was organized in 1999 to convey ancestral wisdom of NAKA-KISHI culture using modern multimedia.
Within NAKA-KISHI society, the communication arts are revered as conscious compositions used to perform rituals, to celebrate festivals and cosmic events, and also when corresponding with natural forces.
Every song, chant, and drumbeat is an intentional expression of the collective. Amongst the NAKA-KISHI people, the art of invocation and proverb is complimentary to the art of inscription and scroll. Both are used as techniques that develop character and mindfulness as knowledge is passed from generation to generation. While also entertaining, NAKA-KISHI tone teaches social values that stimulate excellence. It is used to praise cultivation or criticize neglect of the community.
Close your eyes and hear the sound of the sun’s rays. You are experiencing the ethereal vibrations of SOL NOKO-KISHI (Sunchild Symphonic Arkestra). Like the sun, SOL NOKO-KISHI's striking tracks and penetrating rhythms will expand your mind, open your senses, and inspire your life. Expressed in the indigenous language of the NAKA-KISHI people, The "NAKA-KISHI TONE" is functional, practical and always purposeful. Explore our revolutionary sound and surround yourself in the SOL NOKO-KISHI essence and invocation.
WEAVING THE WEB OF SACRED INVOCATION
Throughout antiquity, NAKA-KISHI people have held “Oral Tradition”, along with other forms of communication in high esteem. These communications are transmitted through the Mystical Continuum of Artisans and Storytellers known as SHASHOKO-SHISHI. SHASHOKO-SHISHI are a society of Seers, Soothsayers, Diviners and record keepers. Nature qualifies initiates of SHASHOKO-SHISHI with extensive memory, heightened insight and other extraordinary abilities. SHASHOKO-SHISHI are the vehicles of NAKA-SKISHI Protoculture, they chronicle life and significant events, preserve our familial ancestry and advance YAZAKA (9 visions/social code) throughout successive generations.
SHASHOKO-SHISHI is derived from NAKA-KISHI root tones SHASHAKA (sha.sha.KAH) “Spider(web weaver)” and SHASHA (SHAH.SHAH) “communication”. In nature, the spider is the weaver, symbolic of our ability to connect to our antiquity as we weave the path toward our future. Amongst NAKA-KISHI, the spiders’ eight(8) limbs represent balance between:
Proto-culture & Neo-culture
Essential & Material
Esoteric & Exoteric
Heaven & Earth
Likewise, those who are endowed with the abilities to qualify as SHASHOKO-SHISHI pass on sacred knowledge by way of invocation, storytelling, drumming, chanting, proverbial inscription and other relative forms of expression. In NAKA-KISHI culture, these forms of expression are not merely entertainment or pastime; instead they are teaching tools that are deeply integrated into the daily lives of our people. SHOSHOKO-SHISHI are highly honored for their contributions to NAKA-KISHI society.