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Prophecykeepers-Lee Standing Bear Moore & Woableza Labatte

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Lee Standing Bear Moore (Cherokee) of Manataka American Indian Council, and Robert Woableza LaBatte (Dakota Sioux), Grand Chief, World Council of Spiritual Elders share their Native American Indian spiritual perspectives.

Badger joined us for Mayan Birthday readings.

Born at the Bell Mission in California, Lee Standing Bear Moore is a Kituwah (Cherokee) storyteller, historian, author and lecturer.  He 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.