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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.

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Preecorded 5/10/2012 Blue Thunder is a Shoshone Tribal member from the Wind River Indian Reservation near Ft. Washakie, Wyoming, BlueThunder has been conducting healing ceremonies since 2003 with notable results. Family of Humanity, we are reaching out to the world, teaching about Nature's Laws which represent how to live in peace and harmony, in Oneness with all things. We teach about how love works and how each and every thought or action that humanity has affects the Web of Life and the electro-magnetic elements of Mother Earth. We are all made of these elements, the Earth, Air, Water and Fire, and what we do and think imprints upon them and replays itself. The Sacred Sites of the world from the mountain peaks to the rivers, oceans to the pyramids, are what keep the Earth and all her living beings charged with life force energy, with Chi or Ka. The world was put together in sacred geometric patterns, circles within circles, which have been de-harmonized through humanity's mining, development, thoughts and actions and these influences have affected most all sacred sites or places worldwide.
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Prerecorded... Get prepared at Tom Bluewolf is a Muskogee Creek Elder who works with Earthkeepers (website). Tom's Grandfather taught him that just before the Trail of Tears, many Sacred Songs... more

Prerecorded... Get prepared at Aloha! When Serge Kahili King was fourteen he was initiated into the path of Hawaiian shamanism by his father. At eighteen he was adopted as the grandson of Joseph Kahili of Kauai, a... more

Prerecorded... Get prepared at Mr. Kuzma (facebook) (blog) a Buffalo, New York attorney, spearheaded the efforts to obtain the release of government documents on the Peltier case. Mr. Kuzma discovered that... more

Prerecorded... See and get prepared! The Cherokee Elders Council (website) was founded by Paul Thomas in Pryor, Oklahoma on July 9, 1996. Paul Thomas was a larger-than-life person. A military veteran,... more

Prerecorded... Check out today and save Be Prepared. Harvey Arden (website) (facebook) was a National Geographic correspondent who traveled worldwide, and later focused on Nativist subjects. He is author/editor... more

Carlos Barrios is the author of Kam Wuj: El Libro del Destino, a book published in Spanish that explores Mayan teachings. His book is being translated into English for future publication.Mr. Barrios can be contacted via Saq' Be' --... more

PRERECORDED... Topics: Prayers and dedications... The Cherokee Nation of Mexico ONAC branch Medicine In the news: DEA has its sights set on a surprising target - churches. Medicine vs. Sacrament--Dr Rogers counsel News... more

Dr. Clifford N. Alford began his training at five years old, when his Grandmother, a Texas Cherokee Medicine Woman recognized his interest in herbs and the ways of Mother Earth. She taught him an average of two to three months... more

In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunderwas nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult... more

Prerecorded... Sponsored by get a 25% MPG boost instantly after a 5 minute installation! Mala Spotted Eagle Pope (website) is a Western Shoshone and Cherokee Native American. He has studied with many different... more
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