https://youtu.be/Ln3JY1p9c10 '. . . and while I stood there, I saw more than I can tell. . . and understood more than I saw. . .'
Update on Appalachian Refuge Center and WCAP autism recovery transitional community, Fentress county, Tennessee.
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‘Medicine Tribe’ are creating a healing sanctuary and nature refuge on a pristine wooded bluff located in the Upper Cumberland area of Tennessee. It will also be home to WCAP World Community Autism Program providing short, medium and long term recovery programs for people on the autism spectrum. Healing in a pristine environment using the lutein-free autism specific diet (Sara’s Diet) that removes the immune triggering foods, away from the electro-magnetic smog of the cities, the energy body can be restored to health and wellness.
After a year long search we have located an 5.1 acre tract of woodland in Tennessee with rock formations, two creeks of natural spring water and many clearings big enough for tiny homes, yurts and tents. The majority of the…
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Mantis beings - video by Tiffany Tin
A praying mantis account by Jim G. An account of a mantis contactee experience in 2001
Sandra 'little white wolf' Medicine Woman writes: 'I now understand the conflicts which I have felt when reading the bible and the references to the dragon and hearing the stories of The People and the dragon who was protected by The People . . . and when the last dragon, Uktena, left she left the… Continue reading Legend of Uktena and the Crystal cave
The story of the two wolves is commonly shared but it is not the only story of the wolf, the teacher, told by the Tsalagi (Cherokee) elders. Steemit article ' The two Wolves' by Sandra 'Little White Wolf' Medicine Woman
'My teacher, Pete Keshane (a Traditional Healer from Saskatchewan who heals and teaches with Anishnawbe Health, Toronto’s Indigenous Healing Center), has given me several lessons about Cedar and some of his other medicines.' Candace Keithley Plant Meds: Sacred Cedar