Teton Rainbows Ceremony by Bennie Blue Thunder LeBeau

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Bennie E. Lebeau, Sr. Western Shoshone-Elder-Teacher-

Bennie Lebeau Sr. is a Eastern Shoshone leader who conducted the Ceremony in mid-May 2005.

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In 2004, LeBeau conducted a series of Medicine Wheel Ceremonies to honor the Earth and all creation. The Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and Big Bear Lake, California became the hubs of these multicultural events. LeBeau envisioned that all four races of mankind would celebrate blessings of the Earth together. The Big Bear Lake Medicine Wheel Ceremonies demonstrated how 20 and 9 sacred mountains and waterways worked together to bring harmony to our Mother Earth in Wyoming and California.

LeBeau says these events were necessary for mankind to reflect on environmental issues and what is happening to her sacred sites.

LeBeau's Universal Medicine Wheel Ceremonies are a vision for people to celebrate the love and healing of Mother Earth. They teach ways of "re-birthing" harmony and balance within mountains and bodies of water that have been taken out of harmony by modern man. At these events, he teaches how the alignment of Medicine Wheels decreases the threat of natural disasters and how negative vibrations produced by government and private developments, mining, damming of waterways, road and housing construction, pipelines, and warfare all affect earth's harmony.

"Environmental disasters are wake-up calls for mankind to reflect upon Mother Earth's abuse of sacred sites. They cause earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis and horrific forest fires," said Bennie LeBeau.

Following Medicine Wheel Ceremonies, LeBeau conducts workshops.

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