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
Some are in life, some are in death. How is it possible? Some eat of death and are consumed by the dead. Walking in the shadow of death, they are in fear of the evil that consumes all life, sucks the life out of life. They are the dead burying the dead. They live in… Continue reading Some are in life, some are in death. How is this possible?
Cumberland Academy Building our own community: research, build and innovate in sustainability models. '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… Continue reading Appalachian Refuge Center, Fentress County, Tennessee
Among the Haudenosaunee - The Six Nations, comprising the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora peoples - The Great Law of Peace is the oral Constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy. ... The united Iroquois nations are symbolized by an eastern white pine tree, called the Tree of Peace. Constitution of the Iroquois Nations The… Continue reading The Iroquois Nation spoke the ‘Great Law of Peace’
Almost nothing is known about the childhood of one of the greatest Apache chiefs in history. In fact, no one is even sure when he was born. Relatively tall for his day, he was said to have stood at least 183 centimeters (6′), cutting a very imposing figure. A leader of the Chiricahua tribe, Cochise… Continue reading Chapter 4 – Awakenings