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Wallace Mad Bear Anderson from the Tuscarora tribe of the Iroquois Nation was one of the great Medicine Men of all time. He had a deep understanding of nature and Spirit.
Author Doug Boyd describes him as having a name that suited him, a name given to him by his grandmother due to his bad temper.
"Mad Bear did not at all match my image of him. I had never seen anyone quite like him before, yet it seemed very reasonable to me that there should be such a person. His name suited him, or perhaps it was the other way around." ~Doug Boyd
Mad Bear was recognized as a highly sophisticated, articulate, and skilled Medicine Man who traveled widely and lived and studied with Druids, Vikings,Tibetans, Hindu yogis, and various aboriginal peoples. He was the catalyst for much healing, both personal and global.
"The purpose of good medicine is to make it simple. There's no need to create any opposing destructive force; that only makes more negative energy and more results and more problems.” ~Mad Bear Anderson
Join us tonight as Supernatural Girlz Patricia Baker and Becky Andreasson speak with Mad Bear’s apprentice and Sacred Son, Michael Bastine on Memories of Mad Bear.
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