I personally met Chief Arvol Looking Horse when he came to the Prayer Service at Indian Summer Festival in Milwaukee, WI in 2003. He was there to run the Wiping Away the Tears ceremony which is for Native American people who have been adopted or in foster care. There were about 300 Native American adoptees and fostered people on stage. Each one including myself was blessed with Chief Arvol Looking Horse’s White Buffalo Calf Pipe by himself, then we are shared a traditional meal of fry bread, salmon, blueberries, and spring water. Then they said special prayers for us to welcome us all back into the native family circle welcoming us all home. And then they honored the oldest adoptee who was a Navajo Code Talker, the youngest which was a 2 year old native adopted child and her adopted mother, and then the one who had traveled the farthest which was someone who had came from all the way from California where each one was gifted with flags. It was a priceless moment. I want to thank my mentor UW-Milwaukee Engineer Rose Daitsman for thinking of me and bringing me to this most sacred ceremony.
I love and honor all four nations of the yellow, red, black, and white races as reflected in our Medicine Wheel teachings. Elders at Indian Summer Festival in Milwaukee, WI in 2001 by Lake Michigan instructed us that we as native people need to reach out to the other races to work together in cooperation and harmony. We the red nation need to learn the teachings of all four native nations not just only the red nation. All four nations have something to teach the other nations.Red nation needs to hear from the black, yellow, the other red nations, and yes even the white nation has teachings for the rest of us and the world. We must honor all races according to our very own native teachings as inherent of the Medicine Wheel teachings.
Modern Western Christians have a very narrow idea of what is good and what God really wants of us. That’s why most Western Christians don’t understand me because I am a Medicine Woman plus I had a vision that a medicine woman interpreted that I was a Native American Rainbow Warrior of the Native American Rainbow Warrior Prophecies that were revealed to me in ceremony. I exercise my own sovereignty I use Tarot cards, I studied Tai Chi, and tonight I am going African drumming which you could join me just like other Native American elders have taught me. There are many Native elders who use Tarot cards. There are many Native Elders who study Tai Chi. There are many Native Elders who learn to play African drums. I was taught by native elders to love all four nations like a glorious folk fair. I am not a typical native I embrace all the nations as told to me by many Native Elders and Medicine People that’s why I am the Native American Rainbow Warrior. I am a new breed of native spirituality blessed by the rainbow by the Great Creator. A child of Mother Earth. I embrace the four nations of the native Medicine Wheel the yellow, red, black, and white nations. They are all my brothers and sisters and they all have something to teach me. Many Blessings to You!
Elder Earl Meshigaud is the one who gave me my Indian name Wabun Anung which means Morning Star in Ojibwe during my special Indian naming ceremony in Illinois. I give thanks to Elder Earl Meshigaud for giving me an Eagle Feather in honor of receiving my Indian name Morning Star. Chi Miigwetch.
Zaagkii Project: “Be tenders of the garden” - Hannahville Potawatomi Elder Earl Meshigaud.
Elder Earl Meshigaud is the one who gave me my Indian name Wabun Anung which means Morning Star in Ojibwe during my special Indian naming ceremony in Illinois. I gave thanks to Elder Earl Meshigaud for giving me an Eagle Feather in honor of receiving my Indian name Morning Star. Chi Miigwetch.
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