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2A fridays with attorney Joshua Prince & Chief kessler
2A Fridays with Attorney Joshua Prince & Chief Kessler ,
TUNE IN LIVE
every friday at 11am EST!
Join us for another segment of “Chief Speaks” hosted by Spiritual Counselor & Guide, and Chief Jegna of the Sadulu House Spiritual Institute; H. Yuya Assaan-ANU.
This is a weekly show where you will have an opportunity to call in and speak with Chief Yuya every Sunday with questions related to spiritual advice and counsel including questions such as:
What does my dream mean?
Why am I drawn to specific animals?
How do I identify a true spiritual teacher?
How can I find out what my life’s purpose is?
This is not a show for spiritual readings so please call into the show at 424-222-5250 and come prepared with your questions and comments.
About Chief Yuya:
Chief Yuya is an initiated Priest in the Nigerian Orisha tradition and an advanced student of the IFA priestly order, as well. He has been working with the spirit world through various indigenous native systems for over 20 years as a spiritual counselor and guide. Yuya is also the Chief Priest and temple head of “Anu Nation”; where he has initiated a cadre of students into Orisha tradition as well as his own ANU Spiritual Order and currently teaches indigenous occult and mystery systems, African philosophy and spiritual sciences, and divination to adults as well as children through his school, “The Sadulu House Spiritual Center.”
For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com/SH/Spiritual-Training
For readings go to: Saduluhouse.org/SH/spiritual-services-and-products/spiritual-reading/
To find out where the ANU order will be presenting next go to; Enlightenmentandtransformation.com/events/
MASTER CHIEF Chris Pilkington will be the Guest Host!! This will be a full on "Ask The Master Chief" session!! Call in, ask the question that you have always wanted to ask Senior Navy Leadership!!
Call in to Listen or to Ask a question phone# 646-716-5739
Don't have time? Show is only 30 minutes long and will be recorded, so check back here and you can listen at anytime!!
Chief Golden Light Eagle (Loren Zephier) is a member of the Ihunktowan Dakota Nation. His blood line is Lakota, Dakota, Nakota and French. He is one of seven Sundance Chiefs for the Yankton Sioux Sungdeska Sapa Tiospaye. He co-authored four books titled, "Maka Wicahpi Wicohan", "Anpao Wicahpi Wicohan", "Iktomi Wicahpi Wicohan", and "Can Wakan Wicohan". The MAKA WICAHPI WICOHAN manual was inducted into the Smithsonian Institution during a formal ceremony on September 26, 1999 and the manual was also donated to the A.R.E. Library on September 22, 2002. Chief Golden Light Eagle is also a co-founder of the Star Knowledge Conference series and Star Knowledge TV.
Carol Taylor of the Boulder History Museum joins Duane Duggan to discuss the Chief Niwot exhibit. To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the tragic massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, the Boulder History Museum is re-introducing the award-winning exhibition, Chief Niwot~Legend & Legacy, with new content and artifacts previously not on display.
Chief Niwot struggled to find peace during the most fateful years in Southern Arapaho history. His life and legacy are revealed in this exhibit along with the Arapahos’ place in Boulder’s history.
The Boulder History Museum is excited to present the powerful story Chief Niwot, one of the most notable Indians of the plains, a man about whom legends were made. Niwot’s story is one of honor and deceit, hope and despair. When hoards of white men began migrating to the central plains in the mid-nineteenth century, they moved into the land that was home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians. In 1858, the Arapaho Chief Niwot (translated in English as Left Hand) astonished the early gold-seekers in Colorado by greeting them in their own language. He and his tribe hoped to make peace with the newcomers to allow the two cultures to share the same land and coexist peacefully. Niwot devoted his life to this struggle but his efforts ultimately failed. He was mortally wounded at the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864. This exhibit is the first to reveal the story of Chief Niwot and the complexity his struggle to find peace during the most fateful years in the history of the Southern Arapaho Indians.
and between friends. Our community will be strengthened by exploring a pivotal piece of regional history in its rightful context.