Pages tagged with Native American

There has long been some animosity between the "white man" and "Native Nations"; but how did it begin?
This is a story I read from the Passamquoddy and the Piute tribes of Southern Utah and Nevada. I liked this story so much I did my best to but it poetry form. I hope you will like it too. I have just returned from the conference where the story was told by a member of one of the tribe...
Paranormal enthusiasts will enjoy ghost hunting while spelunking in the only all water cavern and wildlife park in the United States.The entrance to the cavern is a 75-feet deep sinkhole that immediately welcomes you into something amazing. Sightings from unsuspecting tourists over th...
The history surrounding Victoria's Black Swan gives ghost hunters reason to believe that history plays a big part in the haunted dwelling that now sits on the site where one of Texas's most bloody battles was fought, and if this wasn't bad enough, archaeological evidence suggests that...
A true story and senseless act carried out by heavily armed forces for reasons that have an undertone of revengeful and uncivilized based structures as it is typically acted out on helpless and unresisting humans, and is never the less barbaric in its very nature.
The Brown Mountain Lights have been a hot topic of debate since the mid 1700s when early travelers started noticing strange events, and lights that appear along the ridges of the mountain quite regularly. These ghostly lights have just enough presence about them that they can be witne...
The dark hollow of Thurmond, West Virginia was once considered one of the greatest railroad towns along the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway. It is now considered one of the most haunted.
Jefferson County: The Spirits of the Laurel Festival, Walking Tours, a Corn Maze and a Victorian Christmas.
The journey of making my first Native American styled raffia basket may not be an exciting one, but the techniques I learned will be with me a lifetime.
We all have fond memories of growing up with close friends, most the times people do change as they get older, but deep down inside, we our the same person. ETNA-European Tribes of North America
An expression of personal disgust of the media-fueled craze to provide shopping opportunities in disregard to the true intent of the Thanksgiving holiday.
About the business of Church from a Native American perspective.
Some men are different from the rest of us. You meet them only once or twice in your life, if you are lucky. I met one such man not knowing anything about him. Years after I knew him I remembered his name almost by inspiration and sought information about him. What I learned was surpr...
Some men are different from the rest of us. You meet them only once or twice in your life, if you are lucky. I met one such man not knowing anything about him. Years after I knew him I remembered his name almost by inspiration and sought information about him. What I learned was surpr...
~there’s a lion loose tonight~father~mother~my sisters & brothers are sleeping~I have been waiting since midnight~knife in my hand~seven years old~I am afraid of the lion~that one of these nights you will not return~nor will the sun find morning~awaiting~anticipating with me~
For those of you who do not have a concise recollection of Native American history, let’s see if this will help to fill you in.
When I can I like to have guided meditation. My mind is taken to another place and I wish to share my experiences....Read on my friend.
Man often destroys or forces conformation on what he doesn't understand... He fears what he doesn't comprehend...Perhaps, if we spent less time fighting, and more time listening, we could learn a thing or two from the Native American People of our Past...Just maybe, it would help bala...
This poem came in the form of a message to me very early one beautiful morning. I would like to share it with you the reader......
~waking up in the desert~rainman~caught in the eyes of serpents~he learned reptile moves~denying Jesus while creating a chaos of gods~remembering the death car~indians on the highway~no one here gets out alive~
The highly-prized fungus commonly known as the "magic mushroom," was consumed by ancient Aztecs and Maya for centuries in religious ceremonies, used for healing, divination, and communion with the spirit world. Today psilocybe shows great promise in treating various forms of depressi...
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