Truth is the only antidote for the ailments of the world, for our families and for each of us as individuals, and Eagle is the totem of truth. The sacred bird of the Cherokee and other Indigenous nations – and people around the world – who recognize the powerful, ancient role of Eagle as the messenger of the Great Spirit.
Make no mistake – this is a war. And we are the very bottom of the V. The turning point for our country and ultimately for the freedom of humanity. For, if America falls, the world is lost.
A couple of weeks ago, I lost my entire Facebook world of more than 10K people, including our Bird Clan Messenger page because of my work in revealing truth about what is happening in our world. I would be so grateful if you all would share my articles and upcoming videos on your social media pages and in your groups to help rebuild this growing community. I need my Bird Clan messengers now more than ever.
This beautiful Eagle Medicine comes at a great time for me personally because I am in the midst of navigating some mighty changes in my life and needed this powerful reminder. I believe that many people are having the same experience as we see from the chaos and uncertainty in the world. Eagle teaches us how important it is to take a time out and recover before we continue on our journeys. – Kandace
#NativeTO We claim (again) our INNATE and SOVEREIGN Indigenous right to worship the CREATOR and give thanks to our MOTHER EARTH in accordance with the teachings of our Elders and in the powerful presence of our Ancestors. A’ho. #MMIWG
We have some great material here on Bird Clan Messenger for you to read while you’re still at home – including Melissa Teague’s recent article on Negative Ions, and beautiful teachings and messages by Joseph White Eagle and Cloud Spencer Eaglebear. Coming up in the next few days, we have a great article on prepping, some Bear Medicine about Trauma as the Gateway between the physical and spirit worlds, as well as prayers, wisdom and traditional Native teachings.
It has been a very quiet weekend in Toronto as people are struggling to understand and cope with the massive shut-down of businesses and services except those deemed “essential” by the government.
. . . and there I was, spending the Apocalypse in a convent and homeless shelter in downtown Toronto, singing on the roof at sunset and smudging, praying and bringing medicine to the people.