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First hour, Forrest Liggett (Cherokee) chatted with Blueotter and Badger and received his Mayan Birthday Reading. Forrest also spoke about the Ghost Dance (led by Robert Ghost Wolf) he attended in 1998, where the Hopi Elders and Chief Arvol Looking Horse were also in attendance.
Hour two is a chat with Maria Yraceburu. Today in these chaotic times, many are coming to the indigenous of the world to find answers. Through the teachings, ceremonies, and stories of her family lineage, Maria continues to share - and live - the teachings of earth. You can find out more about the Yraceburu EarthWisdom community and teachings at www.yraceburu.org. Maria is lineage caretaker of the Apache Snake Clan, a Wisdom Keeper, and ceremonialist for nearly 40 years. She is also the author of Legends and Prophecies of the Quero Apache.
Maria Yraceburu was carefully instructed by Grandfather Juan Ten Bears Yraceburu in the ways of the Apache Snake Clan. She was immediately recognized as a spiritual guide and as she matured because the founder of Yraceburu EarthWisdom. Since the inception of this humanitarian eco-spiritual community, Maria has served as teacher, healer, cook, as well as a respected Elder. At the request of Women Elders from around the world, Maria and her wife, Lynda, have begun the Sisters of Honua. Through both organizations, Maria continues to share the benefits of tlish diyan, prophecy, and the spiritual teachings of earth with people from around the world.
It's good to talk.