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Prophecykeepers Radio airs every night at 5PM Pacific, 6PM Mountain, 7PM Central and 8PM Eastern time. Most programs are prerecorded from 200 program archives. Subscribe to NEW program announcements at Every Sunday is an Oklevueha Native American Church program... occasionally new/live...look for LIVE in the title. LIVE interviews usually take listener call-ins for questions. All new programs are archived within 1/2 hour afterwards. To check out our new video, go to the bottom of this page, and click the "Show Extras" box. Learn what REAL Native elders REALLY teach about prophecy. We discuss prophecies of many different Native American compared with European and other religions. We debunk 2012 rumors. From the Native American viewpoint, we typically compare Prophecy of many different religious traditions, Vision Quests, UFOs, Sasquatch, Conspiracies, Mayan Calendar, Shamanism, Paranormal, et al. If it's spiritual, strange and/or weird, it's probably here on Prophecykeepers Radio! Mad Bear Anderson was the founder of the Indian Unity Movement... and its child, the American Indian Movement. He was a Lord or "Faithkeeper" of the 6 Nations (Iroquois) Confederacy. He said, "Someday someone will collect all the Native People’s prophecies, myths and legends, and would publish them in one place, so they could be compared with those of all Native People.

Upcoming Broadcasts

Prerecorded on 4/29/2012, Lee Standing Bear Moore (Cherokee) of Manataka American Indian Council, and Robert Woableza LaBatte (Dakota Sioux), Grand Chief, World Council of Spiritual Elders joined us to share their Native American Indian spiritual perspectives. Born at the Bell Mission in California, Lee Standing Bear Moore is a Kituwah (Cherokee) storyteller, historian, author and lecturer. Standing Bear studied American Indian history and customs for more than 35 years. Bear began his long career of conducting wedding ceremonies at the sacred Manataka (Place of Peace). Today, Bear produces American Indian wedding ceremonies across the country. Standing Bear is secretary and historian for the Manataka American Indian Council, a nonprofit, educational, cultural and religious organization with members in forty-seven states and seven foreign countries. A Lakota/Dakota elder, whose spiritual name ?Woableza? identifies him as ?One who seeks the Knowledge of Life? or ?One looking for Understanding.? He has traveled throughout the Americas for the past 37 years, acquiring and sharing indigenous stories and wisdom regarding care for the land and people. He has produced films, TV programs, educational programs, and has worked with a number of Native American organizations.

On-Demand Episodes

Part One... Read more about Rabbi Shalomim HaLahawi at "I have done what no other Rabbi since Medieval times was able to do... the first Modern Rabbi to have my articles... more

Prerecorded from 4/28/2102 - please do not call in.... It is with a heavy heart, and with great sadness that I announce the passing on Wednesday August 14th, 2013 of our friend and UFO Digest Asian Correspondent, Kevin Smith, the... more

Prerecorded 4/25/2012... no call-ins please! Prophecykeepers Radio host Will Blueotter's guest tonight is James Arthur Jancik, the terrestrial radio host of Feet to the Fire now it's ninth year. "F2F" is a live, Alternative Talk Radio Show... more

Carol was fostered as a baby and adopted at 2 1/2 years of age and did not learn that she was Cherokee until 1996, when she also began her writing career. After discovering her 'roots', Carol became involved intertribal activites and was... more

On April 22, 2012, we chatted with Mayan descendant (Facebook) and expert storyteller Susy Cawthorn, a Medical Marijuana patient... and longtime friend of Red Elk and Blueotter. Mark Borcharding gave Mayan Calendar Birthday... more

Prerecorded from 4/20/2012... please don't call in! S.P.I.R.I.T. is a sister show on BlogTalkRadio Society of Paranormal Investigators, Researchers and Instrumental Technologies, founded by Fox, tonight's guest. Fox's grandparents spoke both... more

Prerecorded... Martin Carriere is currently writing a documented chronological story of his family going at least back to Muireadach Tireach mac Fiachu the 122nd King of Ireland. He is author of: Carrying the Chalice Forward and Other... more

Dennis Binns says "I am retired US Navy. My maternal blood line is of the Sizemore clan and of Eastern Cherokee. Great Grandfather was Chief Bear Heart. I am married for 31 years. We have 5 daughters, 1 adopted daughter, 1... more

?Forrest Liggett and Brian Wilkes discussed Out of the flame: Cherokee beliefs & practices of the ancients" by James Adair Both are a members of the Council of 28 Grandfathers which is a gathering of indigenous men from across North... more
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