By Cloud Spencer Eaglebear

The end of the world only happens when one doesn’t practice their spiritual traditions…

Welcoming our GRANDFATHER SUN. Talking to the trees and birds and all life that sacrifice themselves to you – that give great efforts to see the progression of the 2 legged 5 finger beings, who manage to forget very quickly because of man’s wide road of material fribble that takes away our mind and hearts off of the Road that we love so much. 

Cloud Spencer Eagle Bear PrayerAnpetu kin le waste kaga (Make today a good day). Spiritual blessings, the burning of our beloved sweet grass reminds us the harmony we must have to be humble enough to forgive and let those unseen beings who share in the perfume smell of that great essence, to build our connection which stores good medicine to our strong belief system to be the foundation of all antidotes.

Cure all who we come in contact with to bring a brighter understanding to our future which are our Children who carry our traditional traits to the very end of time.

Inuit Poverty
Our Inuit relatives struggle to survive after the generations of assault on their traditional culture.

This great vision is to build up all True Human beings, to reach for that nectar of Wisdom that flows well within the confines of the atmosphere and brings balance to those who seek to be one with the GREAT MYSTERY.

Walk well. Reach into your medicine bag of knowledge and experience this foundation that has been practiced since the beginning of time.

For every step we take we get closer to the True light that has always been there for it was just buried under all those beliefs that teach ….. The End of The world…

These are my thoughts…Walk in beauty…AHO.

Cloud Spencer Eaglebear is a Choctaw Healer and Teacher from the White Elk Clan, Traditional Ojibway, Eagle Clan & Osage Bear Clan who has learned traditional teachings from The Elders in his own family Clans, and is honored to have also learned from the Lakota Elders.

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