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This week’s podcast will feature an interview with Stephen Cocca, a St. Bonaventure alumnus who writes about and researches Native Americans. Cocca will discuss how archaeological artifacts found on the banks of the Allegheny River west of Allegany, New York, are helping to dispel warrior-themed sports mascot image mythology. Student journalists Ryan Horan and Jacob McCollum will interview Cocca during the morning's podcast.
We're seven weeks away from the Breeders' Cup World Championships and 7 1/2 months away from the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands, yet a lot is on the line for those two events on Saturday, September 12, at Churchill Downs where the Iroquois Stakes will offer a win and you're in Breeders' Cup Juvenile berth as well as 17 Kentucky Derby qualifying points.
For FREE Brisnet.com Ultimate Past Performances of the race, CLICK HERE, and listen to the podcast for Ed DeRosa's & Danny Zucker's preview of this meaningful race.
Tonight we have with us Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, the Founding Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation from Fayetteville, NY discussing Sisters in Spirit: The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Influence on Woman's Rights. Sally is a nationally recognized lecturer, author and performance interpreter of woman's rights history. She will enlighten us tonight on the traditional Iroquois women and their authority since long before Christopher Columbus came to the Americas. Role models indeed, these Iroquois women had absolute rightss to their own bodies, were economically independent, were responsible for planning their tribe's spiritual ceremonies, had the final say in matters of war and peace and had rights to choose all political representatives. We'll learn the inspiration for these women's rights of so long ago....and more. Don't miss this!
Fires are certainly something we all fear. I know I don't ever want my house to catch on fire or anyone of my listeners to ever have to experience a fire. Unfornately, fires happen everyday and some of them can turn out to be very tragic. On this episode of American Variety Network, I am going to tell you about some of the worst fires in United States history. My goal is to ensure you my listeners leave with a knowledge on fires and what they can cause. I'm also going to talk about what to do if you become trapped in a fire.
What will be discussed:
- Station Night Club Fire Rhode Island
-Hartford Circus Fire
-Cocoanut Grove Fire
-Iroquois Theater Fire
- The World Trade Center Fires
-PLUS WHAT TO DO IF YOU GET TRAPPED IN A FIRE
A DECEIT that runs DEEP is going on in order to keep the MINDS of the PEEPLE ASLEEP and OBEYING all of these WORLD GOVERNMENTS. And this program Discusses and De-Codes how THIS IS constantly DONE thru mediums such as MOVIES, MUSIC, NEWS, SOCIAL MEDIA and The INTERNET in general. We DE-CODE this MADNESS of POP CULTURE for Its TRUE meaning and apply that meaning to our World-At-Large to uncover Conspiracies as well as to De-Bunk Conspiracies while minimizing Fear Mongering.
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About the book:
Become a Kairomancer: Synchronicity is when the universe gets personal. Through this book of games and enchanting stories, you’ll learn how to monitor the play of coincidence and the symbolic resonance of incidents in daily life in order to tap into the deeper logic of events, receive extraordinary counsel, and have wonderful fun.
You will be invited to become a kairomancer: someone who is poised to catch the messages in special moments when synchronicity is in play — and to take action to seize the opportunities those moments present. To be a kairomancer, you need to trust your feelings as you walk the roads of this world, to develop your personal science of shivers, and to recognize in your gut and your skin that you know far more than you hold on the surface of consciousness.
This is a way of real magic, which is the art of bringing gifts from a deeper world into this one. Follow it, and you will put a champagne fizz of enchantment into your everyday life.
About the author:
Robert Moss is the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming and a lively online dream school. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. His nine books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamways of the Iroquois, The Three “Only” Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence and Imagination, The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreamgates, Active Dreaming and Dreaming the Soul Back Home.
Friends, about 5 minutes after we scheduled this show, Bavado had to cancel. We offer "CRY OF THE EARTH, from the Algonquin, Iroquois and Hopi delegations."
Bennie LeBeau, "Bavado" Rainbow Thunder Heart (in Eastern Shoshone) formerly known as Blue Thunder, is a younger tribal elder of the Eastern Shoshone Nation, located on the Wind River Indian Reservation, in Ft. Washakie, Wyoming. Blue Thunder has had many years of hands-on experience in indigenous traditions and culture with the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, and has been welcomed and taught by elders in many different tribes in South and Central America.
As a youth he was encouraged by his Shoshone elders to study Cultural Anthropology and Applied Indigenous Studies at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ. After college, Bavado was pulled by Spirit to begin studying firsthand the ancient messages known as the "original instructions" engraved on large stones around the country. For several years he traveled around the nation, locating the stones, some of which were half-buried at long forgotten sacred sites. He meditated intensively on the petroglyphs, opening himself to the stones' messages and the knowledge of the ancient elders who carved them.
Bavado's interpretation of these sacred sites and the petroglyph "texts" is sublime and multi-dimensional—his messages learned from both Dream Time and the many sharings of Elders of the Shoshone and other Indigenous Nations. Through the Medicine Wheel and other ceremonies, Bavado is bringing critical public awareness to these rock art sites as the original "Gardens of Eden"—places of tremendous power and harmony that strengthen and positively influence the surrounding countryside and all creatures within it.
America - Europe 1492 Part 2. Fairly accurate as best that I can tell, just not too detailed. Worth hearing. Then the Iroquois. The Creek War and the Seminole Wars.
Previous 4 shows:
We know now of course that these people were not in North America first:
We also know that most have some European DNA.
Almost done with these topics and as I said, these are for general information as well as a prerequiste for other topics coming up.
The Supernatural World Of The Iroquois Indians
Assembling the lore and beliefs of this guarded spiritual legacy, Michael Bastine shares the stories of both historic and contemporary encounters with beings and places of Iroquois legend. Grounding their tales with a history of the Haundenosaunee, the People of the Long House, the authors show how the supernatural beings, places, and customs of the Iroquois live on in contemporary paranormal experience. Michael Bastine is an Algonquin healer, elder, and former student of famous Tuscarora medicine man Wallace “Mad Bear” Anderson and Tuscarora healer Ted Williams.
The Cattle Mutilation Enigma
For Edmund Gomez, the Dulce mystery began in June 1976 when he discovered mutilated cattle on his ranch near Dulce, NM. Although stating his belief that government disinformation is behind claims of extraterrestrial involvement in the cattle mutilations and finding physical evidence of classified military activities on his land, Gomez nevertheless is intrigued by an air vent he located in the Archuletta Mesa during a 1988 expedition in the area.
Join Supernatural Girlz Helene Olsen & Patricia Baker as they speak with Algonquin Healer and Elder, Michael Bastine and Supernatural Historian Mason Winfield about the Iroquois supernatural legacy: shapeshifting witches, strange forest creatures, ethereal lights, vampire zombies, cursed areas, dark magicians, talking animals, enchanted masks, and haunted hills, roads, and battlefields as well as accounts of miraculous healings by medicine people such as Mad Bear and Ted Williams. Grounding their tales with a history of the Haundenosaunee, the People of the Long House, the authors show how the supernatural beings, places, and customs of the Iroquois live on in contemporary paranormal experience, still surfacing as startling and sometimes inspiring reports of otherworldly creatures, haunted sites, after-death messages, and mystical visions. Providing a link with America’s oldest spiritual roots, these stories help us to know more deeply the nature and super-nature around us as well as offer spiritual insights for those who can no longer hear the chants of their own ancestors. MICHAEL BASTINE is an Algonquin healer, elder, and former student of famous Tuscarora medicine man Wallace “Mad Bear” Anderson and Tuscarora healer Ted Williams. MASON WINFIELD is a supernatural historian, founder of Haunted History Ghost Walks, Inc., and the author of 9 books, including Supernatural Saratoga. Both authors live near Buffalo, New York.
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Historians and archaeologist have confirmed that the first people in the Americas were black. Does this mean the indigenous Americans are black? Yes. Although this information has been kept from us, our true identity is starting to unfold. For years we’ve been told that we arrived to the Americas by slave ship, when in fact most of us were already here. Is it possible that the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade is a fictitious story used to trick indigenous black people out of their homelands and history?“…Omission, not distortion, is the far more serious culprit in hiding the story of the black Indians of America.” Williams Lorenz Katz, Black Indians.Many black people who trace their heritage will not find any African slavery in their family. It’s also not a coincidence that many of us blacks have been told by an elder in our family that, “We have Indian in our blood.” There were no ‘red Indians’ until the colonizers began mixing with the indigenous blacks. Below is a short list of black native tribes:The Washitaw of the Louisiana/Midwest
The Yamasee of the South East
The Cherokee Indians
The Blackfoot Indians
The Pequot and Mohegans of Connecticut
The Black Californians (Calafians) (CAL in CALifornia literally means BLAK, after the name of the Great Mamma KALi / Queen KALifa)
The Olmecs of Mexico
The Darienite of Panama
The Seminole Indians
The Creek Indians
The Chata/Choctaw IndiansMoundville Archeological Park, located near Birmingham, AL is an example of how there has been an attempt to suppress the original identity of the Native Americans. Since the early 1970s, the park’s museum had statues that depicted the Native Americans as black people. In 2010, those statues were replaced with white Native Americans.
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