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Two Wolves

Personal Log: ENS Julien FitzGerald‎

STARDATE: 201608.28

From the Chronicles of Cherokee Legends – a tale of Two Wolves

                                                                          

An old Cherokee Chief was teaching his grandson about life… 166 more words

Ancient Cultures

Thoughts about the "First People"

This blog has been inactive for quite some time. I’m going to try and bring it back.

Here goes:

With high sensitivity all around us, I worry about something I hope to do soon – or rather say. 389 more words

Culture

Shifter By Mark Wildyr (review)

Tagline: The young native, his best bud, the enchanted isle, and trans-formative magic witch unleashes true desires with plenty of sizzle

Title: Shifter

Author… 385 more words

Book Review

I'm a Yamato.

I’m a Yamato. I grew up in Hokkaido.

My great grandpa were samurais. We have the art, philosophy, honour, and integrity. We have the best medicine, and we built civics and saved America. 385 more words

Native American Tribe Fights To Stop Texas From Auctioning Off Its Sacred Objects | ThinkProgress

Native American Tribe Fights To Stop Texas From Auctioning Off Its Sacred Objects | ThinkProgress:

“An upcoming auction in Texas intends to sell over 100 Native American items — including ceremonial pipes that are deeply sacred to the Oglala Sioux and guns that were used in the Massacre at Wounded Knee — over the objections of tribes who say it’s disrespectful.”

News

How Men and Women Got Together

How Men and Women Got Together

Blood Piegan

When Old Man created the Earth he put men and women apart from each other. They both got their own food and lived well, but were nowhere close to one another. 936 more words

Native American Tales

Creation of First Man and First Woman

Creation of First Man and First Woman

Navajo

The first people had left three world behind and finally settled in the fourth world. One day four beings came to them–White Body, the god of this world, Blue Body, the sprinkler, Yellow Body, and Black Body, the god of fire. 781 more words

Native American Tales