Bison Medicine: Loving the Unlovely

“I ask you to join me on this endeavor. Our vision is for the peoples of all continents, regardless of their beliefs in the Creator, to come together as one at their Sacred Sites to pray and meditate and commune with one another, thus promoting an energy shift to heal our Mother Earth and achieve a universal consciousness toward attaining Peace.” ~ Chief Arvol Looking Horse… Read More Bison Medicine: Loving the Unlovely

Giving Thanks for the Land and the People: Gratitude in The Land of the Dish With One Spoon

And, we especially give thanks for this 8th Generation – these young ones who are arriving filled with the seeds of stars and wisdom of the Ancients. We ask the protection of the Great Spirit over these children and youth, and ask that our steps be guided in helping them grow to recognize and use their mighty gifts and talents in service to humanity. A’ho.… Read More Giving Thanks for the Land and the People: Gratitude in The Land of the Dish With One Spoon

Cherokee History: Trail of Tears

Opposition to the removal was led by Chief John Ross, a mixed-blood of Scottish and one-eighth Cherokee descent. The Ross party and most Cherokees opposed the New Echota Treaty, but Georgia and the U.S. government prevailed and used it as justification to force almost all of the 17,000 Cherokees from their southeastern homeland.”

All honor and respect to our great ancestor, Chief John Ross.… Read More Cherokee History: Trail of Tears

View From 40K Feet ∞ A Big Slice O’ Momma’s Best π

Thanks to the Science and Math Heroes in our lives, most of us know March 14 is the day we celebrate the number 3.14 – known as Pi (Thanks, y’all).  But many of us (who aren’t actual ROCKET SCIENTISTS like Jesse, my homey from The Ville), don’t know a whole lot about the multi-facted miracle of Pi.… Read More View From 40K Feet ∞ A Big Slice O’ Momma’s Best π