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An Elder Speaks
Up ~ On selling sacred things, promises, racism, freedom and honor,
land and property, the anger, and more. If you dare to face the truth
in spite of the discomfort, go ahead and read it!
of the Sioux ~ Also divided by themes: medicine, animal spirits,
women, names, silence, death and the soul's journey, and more...
~ Quotes from Indian Chiefs, Medicine Men & other sources. Includes
info on the Wounded Knee Massacre.
Ceremonies and Symbolism ~ As a tribute to the rich spirituality of my brothers,
I have gathered here the full explanation of their seven sacred Rites, plus other
Did You Say Savages?
~ Some accounts of barbarism in the United States I collected, as a
different kind of tribute to my brothers.
for Living ~ As they were passed down by White Buffalo Calf Woman.
The Sacred Instructions
~ Given by the Great Spirit to the Native People at the time of creation.
~ Simple but very powerful.
and Medicine ~ By Joseph Eagle Elk, a Lakota Medicine Man, within
our Health & Healing section.
Blessings are counted in the way we choose to look at them.
~ A short story illustrating the power of faith and intent.
~ The very touching and enlightening story of Has No Voice.
~ A beautiful story written and contributed by Noah White Eagle.
A Native Prayer
~ By Medicine Grizzly Bear.
~ Poem written and contributed by Lynne Hayes.
Lakota stories in the children's section:
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