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  • 00:14

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: Sacred Waters Hold Earth's Destiny in the Balance

    in Religion

    ?Now, those unfamiliar with Native American spirituality may hear things you may think are just nuts but consider this: Why did Smithsanian/Harvard Astrophysicist Rudy Schilds come to the Elders several years ago, wanting to know where WE, a bunch of blanket Indians, got OUR information? We have had Rudy's attention for several years now. NOW, more and more academics are getting a clue, and a few are getting panicky... and are asking privately what do we do next? Mike tells them, "We would be glad to share the answers with you, but the answers are not market driven, so you might not like the answers!"


    The answers may just lie in one simple "break glass when all hope seems lost" ceremony Mad Bear shared with Mike long ago. 


    Mike Bastine is an Algonquin who was Mad Bear Anderson's what white folks call "apprentice" but what Injuns call "shit boy." He hung around with the Tuscarora Seer Mad Bear's household so much that he became family to Mad Bear. That was 40 years ago. 


    Nowadays, Mike is STILL Learning from the seeming "everyday" experiences that occured 40 years ago. Every once in a while, Mike has an "ah hah" moment as Creator reveals something "new" that he was shown 40 years ago.


     

  • 02:00

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: 3 Days of Darkness, 4 Serpents, Sacred Feminine​

    in Religion

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: 3 Days of Darkness, 4 Serpents, Sacred Feminine?


    Mike will be appearing at the Eco Spirit Conference in Niagara Falls September 27 and 28, 2014 at the Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, New York. The way modern humans go about living their lives is polluting Mother Earth. Global pollution. Global warming. Climate change. Have we as the human race gone over the edge and out of control.


    Mother Earth knows what to do, and she is doing what she needs to do to remain in balance. It’s we human beings who don’t know what we’re doing.


    There was a time when our ancestors lived their lives on Mother Earth in purity and simplicity, in the midst of all creation, sharing in the joy of life with the animals, the rocks and the trees under the blue sky, the sun, the moon and the stars. 


    We have been brainwashed into believing the modern way in which we live is normal.  It is not normal.  It is out of balance with nature.  It is wrong, and many of us know and feel there is something wrong.


    How did we get to this place of increased pollution in our atmosphere, waste in our rivers, toxins in our soil, superstorms and rising ocean levels? Did we assume Mother Earth somehow could indefinitely assimilate all the pollutants and toxins modern humans have put into her system


    Did we fail, for generations, to comprehend what we have been doing to ourselves? What brought us here, and how can we turn this around to once again see and feel  the beauty on our planet? 


     

  • 02:08

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: Sacred Waters Hold Earth's Destiny in the Balance

    in Religion

    Now, those unfamiliar with Native American spirituality may hear things you may think are just nuts but consider this: Why did Smithsanian/Harvard Astrophysicist Rudy Schilds come to the Elders several years ago, wanting to know where WE, a bunch of blanket Indians, got OUR information? We have had Rudy's attention for several years now. NOW, more and more academics are getting a clue, and a few are getting panicky... and are asking privately what do we do next? Mike tells them, "We would be glad to share the answers with you, but the answers are not market driven, so you might not like the answers!"


    The answers may just lie in one simple "break glass when all hope seems lost" ceremony Mad Bear shared with Mike long ago. 


    Mike Bastine is an Algonquin who was Mad Bear Anderson's what white folks call "apprentice" but what Injuns call "shit boy." He hung around with the Tuscarora Seer Mad Bear's household so much that he became family to Mad Bear. That was 40 years ago. 


    Nowadays, Mike is STILL Learning from the seeming "everyday" experiences that occured 40 years ago. Every once in a while, Mike has an "ah hah" moment as Creator reveals something "new" that he was shown 40 years ago.


     

  • 01:52

    Paleo Americans

    in Politics

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    According to the ol' wiki Paleoamericans is a classification term given to the first peoples who entered, and subsequently inhabited, the American continents during the final glacial episodes of the late Pleistocene period. 


    Join us as we discuss Paleo Americans tonite along with the Truth2Power show with BeverlyD.


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  • 02:00

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE w/ Award Winning Filmmaker Adrian Esposito

    in Religion

    Adrian said Mala Spotted Eagle might also be joining us.


    Adrian Esposito's latest film Inner Healing: Journey With Native Trees of Knowledge has won the Red Nation Courage Award at the Red Nation Film Festival. The film has also screened at the American Indian Film Festival and the Native American Indian Film & Video Festival of the Southeast.


    Bury My Heart With Tonawanda recently screened at the Self Advocacy Statewide Conference in Albany, NY. Writer/Editor/Producer Adrian Esposito and actors Michael Bastine and Steve Blum were the presenters.

  • 02:33

    The Helios Biblios Hour w/ guest Dr. David Imhotep: Giants of America pt2

    in Current Events

    In 1881, John W. Powell appointed Cyrus Thomas to be the Director of the Eastern Mound Division of the Smithsonian Institute's Bureau of Ethnology. Cyrus Thomas commented on "Indian Mounds" in America. He said that, "There was a race of mound builders in America distinct from the American Indians." "Distinct from the American Indians," means the American Indians were "distinctly" not the mound builders.


    The Americas had monuments almost as large as the pyramids of Egypt as seen in the Cahokia, Illinois mound. When the first Mongolians and Caucasian-Europeans came to North America they found earthen mounds, cones, terraced platforms, and animal shapes dotting the landscape west of the Appalachian Mountains. The people the Mongolians ran into were not primitives, but well-established civilizations. If that is not enough proof of civilization, "Cylindrical seals like those of the Pharaohs [of ancient Egypt] have been found in Ohio ..." The cylinder seals show that these people were not only civilized but may have had contact, either directly or indirectly, with people from the Nile Valley.


    So the mound building Hopewell were probably just a "later stage" of the Algonquin speaking Adena people. "The 'Mound Builders' can be divided into three [consecutive] groups. The first two are classified as woodland." They are: Adena, Hopewell and Mississippi ... 'Woodland Period.' These people lived over a wide area from the Atlantic to the Mississippi Valley." The Mississippi group of mound builders obviously lived up and down the Mississippi River. But North American mounds are found over much more vast area than those three areas.A copper ornament that was found in one of the Hopewell burial mounds is a probably a profile of what a Hopewell man looked like. His hair looks distinctly like a typical "Afro-hairstyle".


     

  • 00:30

    Full Moon Names and Their Meanings

    in Spirituality

    Full Moon Names and Their Meanings


    Full Moon names date back to Native Americans, of what is now the northern and eastern United States. The tribes kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full Moon. Their names were applied to the entire month in which each occurred. There was some variation in the Moon names, but in general, the same ones were current throughout the Algonquin tribes from New England to Lake Superior. European settlers followed that custom and created some of their own names. Since the lunar month is only 29 days long on the average, the full Moon dates shift from year to year. Here is the Farmers Almanac’s list of the full Moon names


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  • 02:03

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: 3 Days of Darkness, 4 Serpents, Sacred Feminine

    in Religion

    NEW AND LIVE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 AT 8PM EASTERN TIME 


    Mike will be appearing at the Eco Spirit Conference in Niagara Falls September 27 and 28, 2014 at the Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, New York. The way modern humans go about living their lives is polluting Mother Earth. Global pollution. Global warming. Climate change. Have we as the human race gone over the edge and out of control.


    Mother Earth knows what to do, and she is doing what she needs to do to remain in balance. It’s we human beings who don’t know what we’re doing.


    There was a time when our ancestors lived their lives on Mother Earth in purity and simplicity, in the midst of all creation, sharing in the joy of life with the animals, the rocks and the trees under the blue sky, the sun, the moon and the stars. 


    We have been brainwashed into believing the modern way in which we live is normal.  It is not normal.  It is out of balance with nature.  It is wrong, and many of us know and feel there is something wrong.


    How did we get to this place of increased pollution in our atmosphere, waste in our rivers, toxins in our soil, superstorms and rising ocean levels? Did we assume Mother Earth somehow could indefinitely assimilate all the pollutants and toxins modern humans have put into her system


    Did we fail, for generations, to comprehend what we have been doing to ourselves? What brought us here, and how can we turn this around to once again see and feel  the beauty on our planet? 


     


     

  • 01:29

    27 Chains to the Moon

    in Art

    Episode #4: Saturday, November 22nd at 8pm. Broadcasting live, just up the street from Lake Ontario. This month, we’re highlighting our home in public spaces, their lost memories and their chosen futures.  Don’t let that cold breeze blow through your hope, your imagination.  Keep on visioning how we can be with each other outside, inside, and inside out.  Tune in for:


    - a conversation with elder architect, Douglas Cardinal (German, Blackfoot) on Algonquin governance in the Capital Region, and his vision for an Indigenous Healing Centre on the islands of the Ottawa River


    - an audio tour with the Department of Public Memory to 4 of their signs across Toronto, commemorating the living memory of public services under threat or dissolved


    - from the Archive: a 1971 interview with interstellar music royalty, Sun Ra on the doom of planet Earth, the massive scale of the Multiverse, and the rights of angels and other non-human beings from other parts of the Cosmos


    - readings from Penny Rosenwasser and music from Amai Kuda and Y Josephine, the Coleman Barks Trio and more


     


     

  • 01:32

    The Chicano Chronicles

    in Politics Progressive

    Guest is Chief Tom Dostou of the Algonquin tribe. Chief Tom discusses Federally recognized tribes vs. non-Federally recognized tribes, incarceration rates in the Indian nation and other topics with host Jacque DelRio

  • 00:58

    Lets talk with Grandmother Marian Dawn SkyWeaver

    in Spirituality

    Today, we talk with special guest Grandmother Marian Dawn SkyWeaver, with Magdala Ramirez.


    Grandmother Marian Dawn SkyWeaver value her Native American and African ancestors. She received her indigenous education from many grandfathers, grandmothers, sisters, and aunties along her path.

    She is passionate about reminding all that we are indigenous to Mother Earth, we have the responsibility to show respect, walk with wisdom, consider balance in all things, recognize peace as the right of all, know that we are an expansion of our ancestors and the next 7 plus generations. She is a member of the Grandmothers of the Nation Of Waitaha, of the Four Directional Rainbow Grandmothers and the Grandmother Who Circle the Earth Foundation.

    She has walked the Oneness path for many years, her tools are intuition, visions, dreams, and she has a humbling connection to ancestors, nature, animals, and those beyond the veil. Her walk have taken her many places, both nationally and internationally, awakening the fundamental knowledge of Mother Earth and All her Relatives.

    She values time preforming ceremony as directed by the Ancestor. Her recent travel and teachings lead her to spend time in forest/bush learning the way of the indigenous hunter gatherer Algonquin Nation and indigenous people of Hawaii. She walks, talks and lives in the Essence of Oneness in the Spirit of Love, Truth and Peace.