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  • 01:31

    Maria Yraceburu: Sierra Madre Apache or Quero Apache- -Snake Clan-

    in Religion

    Prerecorded 10/15/2005... no call-ins please

    A 13th generation Diiyin (HolyOne), Maria began her training at the heels of her grandfather, Quero Apache poet and snake clan priest, Juan Ten Bears Yraceburu. Following an extensive apprenticeship under his guidance, she also was tutored by Matthew King of the Lakota, Phillip Cassadore of the Apache, Buffalo Jim of the Seminole, and Rolling Thunder of the Cherokee/Shoshone.

    During college she worked with her advisor Meredith Kane in merging the native healing rites she had learned, with clinical psychology, for the healing of women who had been sexually abused as children. This merger has unfolded to become what is now known as Applied Ecopsychology and is practiced throughout the world.

    Maria is founder of FollowingAncestors, and it's non profit partner EarthWisdom. Both organizations work deligently to present ways for individuals to heal and reconnect with the forces of nature and spirit. Her articles have been published in over 25 different countries, and her books Legends and Prophecies of the Quero Apache (Bear & Co, 2002) and Prayers and Meditations of the Quero Apache (Bear & Co, 2004) introduce us to the fine and powerful traditional teachings that speak of these times of evolution.

    Maria can speak with authority on these subjects... she grew up in them, and lives them daily. "My uncles, my forefathers, have said, 'This is the way it is done. Keep it up. Teach others that come, so that they will carry this forward. When you have that connection in your heart it will always carry forward." - from Legends and Prophecies of the Quero Apache Natural Health: Lessons from the wheel of life: bridging the gap



  • 00:31

    "Apache Peak" on Tales of The Texas Rangers Old Time Radio

    in Entertainment

    "Apache Peak" on Tales of The Texas Rangers Old Time Radio 
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  • 01:55


    in Current Events

    Apache emerged from New Jersey in the late 1980s as a front man for the Flavor Unit, a hip-hop group.[1] He first appeared on the Flavor Unit album, The 45 King Presents The Flavor Unit, in 1990. Apart from his individual records, he also featured on the albums of artists such as Naughty By Nature, Queen Latifah, 2Pac 

  • 02:01

    PSHRadio Discuss Apache Junction and Ghost Adventures

    in Hobbies

    Join Sam and Caroline as they Discuss there most 5 Favourite Episodes as well as discuss the Apache Junction Episode as we as some other things about the show would you like your thoughts on this you are more than welcome to ring in or even tweet us @PSHRadio

  • 02:00

    Cherokee Elder Forrest Liggett + Apache Elder Maria Yraceburu​

    in Religion

    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. 

  • 01:01

    Freedom Caucus AZ : Episode 42 | SV7 - Apache County

    in Politics

    Welcome to the fifth episode of the Freedom Caucus Arizona summer vacation.  We are hoping to pull up some current Libertarian news from Apache County in Arizona.  

    We will be conducting a trivia contest.  The winner will receive a 50 Worldcoins in the form of a Prypto card. 

    Please LIKE Freedom Caucus AZ on Facebook and consider sending us some Bitcoin if you like our work!!

    BTC : 1AjQvcit5NBYmPecZ6NBUE1rH1N4e6hWdo

    UPDATE: There is still time to add jet fuel to the Mike Shipley rocket ship to Columbus, Ohio.  If you feel inspired to donate to the Mikester's Delegate Fund please visit: http://gofundme.com/Mikester2014

  • 01:40

    Dynamic Dojo: With Robert RedFeather: Apache knife fighting

    in Sports

    eart. One foot may lead us to an evil way, the other foot may lead us to a good. So are all things two, all  Naki."

    Robert Naki-Bésh Redfeather, being ( Mashgalé Ndee ) Mescalero Apache  in 1980 sought out his relatives on the Mescalero and other Indian reservations in South Eastern New Mexico and Arizona.  Redfeather was trained by his Grandfather in survival, and Nagondzoog (old term) Means War/Fight/Guerrilla Warfare,  Nagonlkaadí Means War/Fight/Combat -- the unique Apache brand of guerrilla warfare. Both of these were made famous by the Apache realm of powerful War Chiefs such as Mangas Coloradas, Cochise, Victorio, and Geronimo, who was a Bedonkohe Apache Leader.

      In addition to his native culture, Robert Redfeather has been training in the martial arts for 48 years and is an 8th degree Black Belt. He has also been honored and inducted into several Hall of Fames across the country. Now with all this knowledge and life experiences, Redfeather is honored to pass it on through "Apache Knife Training Courses". He is also happy to pass along the history and traditions of his family and heritage, the Apache people. Redfeather, who teaches not from theory but from his life experience, is known for his training of our U.S. Military Troops, Police Officers, Native Americans, and anyone who has a desire to learn. A five-part certification course is available to enable you to teach "Apache Knife Training".

  • 00:02

    Hot Tubs For Sale Phoenix, Mesa | Swim Spas and Hottub Sale

    in Lifestyle

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    Energy Efficiency
    A high performing hot tub that provides the hydrotherapy experience you crave for low operating costs is simply a must-have. The right energy efficient heaters, pumps, even lighting can reduce operating costs significantly.

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    Consider asking the dealer to schedule a test soak, and don’t be afraid to get right in and give it a try. Remember, the best hydrotherapy isn’t due to the number of jets, but where they are strategically positioned in the tub.

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    As a consumer, look for brands that deliver on a promise. Look for coverage that provides protection against defects to your shell and cabinetry, plumbing and other components for at least five years.

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  • 00:46
  • 00:48

    Jerry Paterson - Apache Junction HS

    in Golf

    Our guest is Jerry Paterson, newly aqppointed Boys & Girls Golf Coach at Apache Junction HS. 
    Jerry grew up in Portage Indiana, right by Gary Indiana. Started golfing at age 4. Played football, basketball, baseball, and golf through high school. Went to Concordia College (now Concordia University) in River Forest Illinois. Played 4 years of football, 2 years of basketball, and 1 year of baseball.
    His career includes 25 years of coaching High School sports including golf. 
    It sounds like Jerry can hold hold his own in any athletic endeavor. We hope you can join us.&a

  • 02:00


    in Current Events




    Joseph Elias is currently a Senior Project Engineer at a major aerospace in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, with responsibility for supporting airline operators worldwide with high technology enabling on aircraft. Prior to his current job, he worked as a civilian/military contractor in the Southwest and later as a weapons/ordnance engineer for the AH-64 Apache Attack and A-6H Little Bird helicopters. The later supporting and training the US Army and also foreign governments, including deployments. Born in New York, Joseph moved to Puerto Rico where he spent many of his young years being raised by his grandparents in their farm. There he was expose, learned and honed his shooting skills, including hunting. Although as a child he grew around a family that choose the medical field, Joseph decided to pursue the technical, creative and non-urban side of his beliefs. Joseph holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, it includes many years of counseling education and training; assisting others with education and guidance as regards to traumatic events related to abuse, mistreatment and post traumatic events. He lives in the Pacific Northwest, has three children from a previous marriage. In his free time, Joseph enjoys doing one-on-one counseling at and outside church, participate and speak at political events regarding our veterans, go shooting to the range, participate in drag racing and spend time with family.