Sacred Defenders of the Universe: The Story

Living in harmony with Earth remains humanity’s greatest challenge. Before colonization, all living beings lived in balance by showing respect and honour for each other's existence through ceremony and traditions.

Today, that balance has been altered due to the internal struggle of all human beings; the conflict of humility and ego. This is known to some Indigenous communities as The Great Conflict of the Thunderbird and Horned Serpent.

Sacred Defenders of the Universe tells the story of how The Great Conflict gave birth to 4 superheroes, known as the Four Sacred Elements: Water (Aqueous), Fire (Embers), Earth (Terra) and Wind (Aireus). These sacred defenders rediscover their universal gifts of elemental energy which are found inside all human beings – gifts passed down through the ancient ancestral teachings.

Will humanity learn to restore balance between humility and ego before the consequences of indifference on Earth are irreversible? This story is a reminder to look deep within ourselves to rediscover our own unique gifts, because there is a hero inside of us all.

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  • Aqeuous blog Sacred Defenders of the Universe

    Aqueous: Portal Keeper of Multiverse

    Elemental: Water Direction: East Colours: Blue, green, white Symbol: Blue water orbs, pendant medallion. Strengths: Natural leader, patient, intuitive, leads with heart, emotions, and mind. Gifts: Communicates with water energy through rivers, tides, and moons....

    Aqueous: Portal Keeper of Multiverse

    Elemental: Water Direction: East Colours: Blue, green, white Symbol: Blue water orbs, pendant medallion. Strengths: Natural leader, patient, intuitive, leads with heart, emotions, and mind. Gifts: Communicates with water energy through rivers, tides, and moons....

  • Terra blog Sacred Defenders of the Universe

    Terra: Alchemist of Sacred Geometry

    Elemental: Earth Direction: West Colours: Green, brown, black Symbol: Mushroom staff, medicine pouch Strengths: Inter-connectedness with the Circle of Life, patient, compassionate. Grounded in the four ways of being: spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental....

    Terra: Alchemist of Sacred Geometry

    Elemental: Earth Direction: West Colours: Green, brown, black Symbol: Mushroom staff, medicine pouch Strengths: Inter-connectedness with the Circle of Life, patient, compassionate. Grounded in the four ways of being: spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental....

  • Embers blog Sacred Defenders of the Universe

    Embers: Spirit Keeper of Time Travel

    Elemental: Fire Direction: South Colours: Red, purple, black Symbol: Infinite symbol Strengths: Spontaneous and resilient. An empath that leads through emotion and wit! Gifts: Communicates with fire energy through sparks and smoke, and extreme energy sources...

    Embers: Spirit Keeper of Time Travel

    Elemental: Fire Direction: South Colours: Red, purple, black Symbol: Infinite symbol Strengths: Spontaneous and resilient. An empath that leads through emotion and wit! Gifts: Communicates with fire energy through sparks and smoke, and extreme energy sources...

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Inclusivity

Our storytelling does not incite violence and wars like the typical Hollywood fanfare. As a fan of the Superhero Universe concept, we create a different genre of Indigenous superhero, that explores the surreal and subconsciousness of the non-fictional human mind.

Our original Indigenous superhero series teaches the audience about overcoming the limiting beliefs of human nature through exploring the connection between the natural laws of the Universe and our planet. We share the introspective quest to define humankind.

Our stories, created in close partnerships with Indigenous people across Turtle Island, aims to depict the true-to-life conflict between human ego and humility, as viewed through the lens of the human perspective. None of our characters represent any one person, culture or Nation.

We do not model our franchise after Hollywood narratives, false pretences, or subjective stereotypes, but our productions and stories are holistically guided by the virtues of our ancestors, our elders, and all of our relations. Sometimes, we may use subtle cultural  humour to express our appreciation, or to help cope with the hard times and traumas of our past and present. 

Our intention is to create meaningful storytelling that inspires, unifies and encourages our viewer to find peace and love in their own personal journey we call life.

Sincerely,

The Jack Bear Legacy Pictures Team