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October 8th, 2016

In Loving Memory of a Beautiful Sole

My heart is deeply saddened to learn the news of my friend Wawecha’s untimely passing. He was a young man with playful and childlike energy and at the same time he was a dedicated, serious and intense individual who gave fully of himself to make this world a better place for all beings with a special focus on the children. Wawecha will forever be remembered as a dear friend and brother, a devoted son, a gifted medicine person, a craftsman and creator of functional & sacred works, a connector of light workers,  a sacred child of Mother Earth. Your legacy of love, truth, beauty & service to all relations will blaze bright in my heart until we meet again my friend.

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From the south, honoring trust and innocence, Benjamin Celaruie, also known as Wawecha (which means butterfly in Lakota), opens his heart and shares the universal meaning of the sacred ceremonial staff which he is the keeper of.

Recorded at a spiritual gathering at Canyon Calm in South Dakota.
Wawecha directs his words to youth everywhere.

 

April 24th, 2016

Jeff Tucker

When I first met Jeff Tucker in the year 2000 at a spiritual unity gathering in the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota, I was a stranger in a strange land. He approached me with open arms and an open heart – he welcomed me into a beautiful world that I hold dear and will never forget. I quickly grew to know him as a kola (Lakota word for friend), a sensitive, warm, spiritual man proud of his Indian roots and happy to share a story or lend a hand or ear when another was in need. He was an elder, a Sundancer, a cannupa carrier, a musician and so much more. My heart was heavy to learn of Jeff’s recent passing. He will always be remembered and greatly missed.

 

September 22nd, 2015

125th Memorial of the Massacre at Wounded Knee

2015 marks the 125th anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre that took place on December 29th, 1890. We, humankind, continue to be wounded, heart-speared by massacre almost daily! We suffer. We continue to create and perpetuate broken hearts and anguish. It is time! Let us end this heinous activity. We invite you to join us in unity and determination to end massacre. Let us use this unique opportunity to collectively begin a great and momentous turning. Come heal with us in spirit at Wounded Knee! 

Click on box above to video video

 

October 21st, 2014

Priscilla Coolidge

A tribute and memorial to a beautiful soul who has crossed to the other side. Priscilla Coolidge along with sister Rita Coolidge and Priscilla’s daughter, Laura Satterfield, shared their sacred musical gifts through Walela. Walela is the Cherokee word for hummingbird and is the totem which propelled the beautiful vibrations of their music. In this video, Priscilla speaks from the heart, of life, family, music and more. She will be greatly missed.

 

May 24th, 2014

A Tribute to Sonny Three Mountains

Sonny Three Mountains Campbell shares some messages and insights along with life lessons, touching upon love and truth, respect, tradition, war and conflict. Artist, musician, silversmith, family man, military veteran, friend and humanitarian are just a few words to describe this remarkable man.

 

January 31st, 2014

Bobby Onco

Bobby Onco, Kiowa veteran, medicine person and spiritual warrior from Oklahoma , passed this morning around 3:30am. His brother Eddie awoke and went to check on him and saw he was barely breathing so he woke his wife Jackie and they sang to him and got to say there goodbyes before he passed. Bobby was a quiet man with a contagious smile. He lived with his wife Jackie on the Shinnicock reservation in Southampton, NY. Bobby was active with the American Indian Movement (AIM) 1973-1980. Bobby served in Vietnam as well as at Wounded Knee. He will be missed.

Rest in peace brother.

 

December 9th, 2013

A Tribute To Grandma Edna Gordon

Friends–Our beloved Wisdomkeeper, Seneca Hawk Elder Edna Gordon, 93, has walked the Strawberry Path, and on Friday she was reverently planted by her People in her Beloved Mother Earth.

Her Spirit will not die, but forever fires the hearts of her Haudenoshaunee (Iroquois) Peoples and of all justice-seeking human beings.

Weep and smile with me as Edna joins hands with her loving husband Hannibal,
both young again, romping playfully among the Stars
as she once did along the banks of the O-hee-oh.

Her words live forever in her two wondrous books:

VOICE OF THE HAWK ELDER   –  www.haveyouthought.com

A BROOMSTICK REVOLUTION – www.wisdomkeepersproject.com
~ Harvey Arden

Grandma Edna

Poems by Edna Gordon

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A Trail of Healing Thoughts

A Heavenly rooftop
of moon and stars
reveals a mystical Presence
above us and within us.

(more…)

 

September 27th, 2013

Ralph Red Fox

Ralph Red Fox speaks of things close to his heart. He shares his wisdom at a spiritual unity gathering in the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota.

 

September 19th, 2013

Chief Arvol Looking Horse – November 2001

 

August 30th, 2013

Rosalie Little Thunder

Rosalie Little Thunder speaks her truth about the brutal slaughter of the American Buffalo. Walking her talk and living by example for her children. Sharing some Lakota ways and knowledge passed down from her ancestors. Rosalie believes in living her life in a good way and always keeping the seventh generation in mind, insuring a healthy planet and their well being is of utmost importance.

 

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