1998: Return of the Star Nations During Our Time of Purification

Report on the Star Knowledge Conference – Sedona by Richard Boylan, Ph.D. ©1998 [May not be republished without express permission.] The region around Sedona, Arizona is famous worldwide for its scenic setting: majestic tall red sandstone buttes, set among contrasting green forests of aromatic juniper trees. The area also contains 13 energy vortices, perhaps the most intense such concentration in the world. Here Standing Elk, Yankton Sioux Chief and Star Altar Keeper, was directed by Spirit to convene the seventh Star Knowledge Conference. As before, this was a gathering of indigenous spiritual teachers who have been directed by Spirit to share their special knowledge about the Star People Visitors. Also speaking along with these Elders were some non-Native UFO/ET researchers, psychics and natural healers, who are knowledgeable about the role of the Star People in our lives. Over the three days a crowd of almost five hundred attended to […] Read More

Wakantanka: The Breath Giver

by Wambdi Wicasa Many, many seasons ago, Wakantanka, the Breath Giver, the Holy one, walked in the trees of the Paha Sapa, the Black Hills. The trees were cool and the music of the streams made him happy. Over the high hard rock the Eagle soared on great wings. Deer looked at Wakantanka, and their delicate feet were full of beauty and grace. Moose and Elk dipped their great heads into the water to pull the sweet lake grasses. The great Black Bears, afraid of nothing, padded toward the honey trees. Antelope stood deep in the meadow grasses. But with all this beauty around Him, Wakantanka was uneasy. He was happy and loved the Hills He had made, but there was no one He could talk to. There was no one He could love. No one who could return His love. To all his creatures He had given something […] Read More

KINDS OF SACRED SITES

Vine Deloria, Jr. historic map by Albert Gallatin, of the western north america in 1836 with indian tribes (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Selection of Sacred Sites Many state and Federal agencies are bound by government-to-government agreements with Indian tribes to respect the confidentiality of sacred site information about public lands in their care. The spiritual hunger of the “New Age” religious groups and the natural curiosity of informed people may at some point in the future require that lists of sacred sites be surrendered under the Freedom of Information Act. Sacred site information should be restricted to Native people, and to guard Native American sacred sites against curious outsiders, tribes and state/Federal governments should develop Memoranda of Agreement or Memoranda of Understanding which specify the restriction of such information. In doing this survey the obvious sacred sites which have come under popular scrutiny or which are so well-known that information […] Read More

1998: Hopi Prophecies

Hopi Elders on the Art Bell Radio Show June 16, 1998 Real names not used: GF1=Grandfather 1–Phoenix, Arizona GF2=Grandfather 2–Phoenix, Arizona–translating for GF1 GM =Grandmother–Phoenix, Arizona GW=Robert Ghost Wolf–Black Hills of South Dakota AB: Art Bell–Los Vegas, Nevada AB: How old are the prophecies that we are talking going to talk about? GF2: {Asks?} He doesn’t know exactly what the age of these teachings are. He says they were given to them before Christ. It is mainly by word of mouth that it has been handed down. AB: How does HE feel about the accuracy of the prophecy? GF2: {Asks?} From the time when (?) was the chief, he had been carrying this message. But mainly the message had been carried forth by word of mouth. The accuracy had to deal with how well each individual that was given the opportunity to maintain the exactness of the prophecies. They […] Read More

Building a Sweat Lodge

Building a sweat lodge is not particularly difficult, but careful consideration should be given to various details. Choosing a Location and Sitting the Lodge A quiet and secluded area is the obvious setting for a sweat lodge. Privacy is essential, yet the area must also be accessible. Once you have found the site, you must then choose where you wish to place the lodge itself. There is no hard, fast rule that the doorway of a sweat lodge must face a particular location. The lodge doorways at the base of Spirit Mountain in the Black Hills face west. Most Sioux and Ojibwa sweat lodges face east or west, but you must consider the terrain, location, and setting of the entire lodge area when selecting your lodge opening. In the interest of fire safety, you may have to select your fireplace area first. This will determine the direction of the […] Read More

2009: Destroying Indigenous Populations

by DAHR JAMAIL (TRUTHOUT) June 20, 2009 The Fort Laramie Treaty once guaranteed the Sioux Nation the right to a large area of their original land, which spanned several states and included their sacred Black Hills, where they were to have “the absolute and undisturbed use and occupation” of the land. However, when gold was discovered in the Black Hills, President Ulysses S. Grant told the army to look the other way in order to allow gold miners to enter the territory. After repeated violations of the exclusive rights to the land by gold prospectors and by migrant workers crossing the reservation borders, the US government seized the Black Hills land in 1877. Charmaine White Face, an Oglala Tetuwan who lives on the Pine Ridge Reservation, is the spokesperson for the Teton Sioux Nation Treaty Council (TSNTC), established in 1893 to uphold the terms of the Fort Laramie Treaty […] Read More

Eagle

The eagle is symbol of the zenith. A great reminder of your own ability to soar to great heights. Eagles are messengers from heaven and are the embodiment of the spirit of the sun. Those with an Eagle totem need to have an involvement with creation; a willingness to experience extremes; a willingness to use your ability even if it means getting “scorched” a little as you fly high; a willingness to seek out your true emotions. A demanding totem, but one that offers so much reward at the end of the journey. Its four-toed feet remind you to stay grounded even when soaring high; Its talons remind you to grasp the things of the earth; Its sharp beak shows you when to speak, how much, and how strongly. This totem will show you opportunities and how to ride the winds to your benefit. Eagle people can live in […] Read More

Chippewa Prophecies

No-Eyes, Medicine Woman of the Chippewa Nation No years are given for the events predicted; most information references the US, and some of it has already happened, such as in the early 1900s. Economic Massive blue collar strikes Relocation of key factories overseas Extended import-export embargoes/taxations Widespread factory shutdowns Excessive taxation Small business failures Insolvency of many banks Stock market misdealings/decline Drastic construction decline Devaluation of real estate Increase in corporate crime Drop in level of manufactured goods Increase of corporate monopolies/takeovers Increase in personal bankruptcies Widespread layoffs Cash as only accepted tender Natural Disasters Major devastation in California Earthquakes in new areas Inactive craters become unsettled Mountains become unstable Return of the dust bowl Record-breaking flooding Tornadoes increase intensity and occasion Liquefaction of soil beneath faults Intensified hurricane devastation Freak wind gusts/accidents Soil erosion Increased radon levels Insect infestation Sink holes Rapid temperature inversions Unusually frigid winters/deadly blizzards […] Read More