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  • 02:00

    TRADITIONAL CHEROKEE GOVERNMENT: Principal Chief Charles L "Jahtlohi" Rogers MD

    in Religion

    Prerecorded March 2014...

    Owing to the widespread misunderstanding of traditional Cherokee Lifeways, and owing to the recent victimization of Cherokee descendants yearning to be taught The Old Ways, who are being misinformed by fraudulent (and sometimes even malicious) people claiming to teach ancient ways, but who are actually teaching false precepts, tonight we will be explaining and setting in order "Traditional Cherokee Governments."

    Our guest is Principal Chief Charles Layton "Jahtlohi (Kingfisher) Rogers M.D. (Oncologist), who is also Chief Priest of Nacion Cherokee de Mexico a/k/a "The Cherokee Nation of Sequoyah of Mexico, Texas the USA Reservation and Church" which is the USA entity of The Cherokee Nation of Mexico, (Nacion Cherokee de Mexico) federally recognized by The Republic of Mexico.


  • 01:59

    Ancient Cherokee Marine Voyages​: Berber Enigma--w/Charles Rogers & Brian Wilkes

    in Religion


    Dr. Charles L. Jahtlohi Kingfisher Rogers (website) and Grandfather Brian Wilkes (website) discuss Ancient Cherokee Cross Atlantic Migrations... The Berber Enigma. Wonder along with us as Brian Wilkes ponders tribal customs of the Cherokee Nation that match those of Berbers (Imazighen) living in the Atlas Mountains

    What Our Historical Chiefs Have Said:

    According to Chief Attakullakulla's ceremonial speech to the Cherokee Nation in 1750, we traveled here from "the rising sun" before the time of the stone age man.

    What Anthropologists Say Today

    The Cherokee migrated back and forth from Mexico twice, making the Ozark plateau our home the second time, about 800-1500 years ago. This fact has been proven scientifically by Dr. Tim Jones (a Cherokee descendant) of the University of Arizona -- who holds doctorate degrees in BOTH archeology AND anthropology.

    What Anthropologists said in 1949

    Cherokees skulls are NOT like those of other American Indians, as is shown from Anthropological evidence gathered in Archeological sites.

    From a newspaper article titled For Palefaces, by Walter Carroll, Durham Morning Herald, December 11, 1949,

    "Dr. Kelly explained that his initial concern with Cherokee Origins occurred when he came to the Cherokee reservation in 1929 as a fellow of the National Research Council. He had traveled from Harvard to make a racial study of the present tribes, principally their head forms, which are 'dolichophalic,'


  • 01:40


    in Blogs


  • 01:58

    Twerk Thirst Live - Cherokee D Ass & Angel Grape Fruit Lady

    in Radio

    Mr Trill & Reecie speak with Cherokee on her new position in the industry, her merchandise, and what she has planned next. Angel calls in and gives pointers to woman on how to satisfiy there partner, what men can do to satisfy there woman, and more sex talk. 

  • 01:38


    in Religion


    The Cherokee Elders Council (website) was founded by Paul Thomas in Pryor, Oklahoma on July 9, 1996.

    Paul Thomas was a larger-than-life person. 

    A military veteran, he dedicated his career to Law Enforcement, and after retirement he organized and ran a rehabilitation program for ex-offenders.

    A tribal historian, he was also a "true gentleman." He was in the melee at the Cherokee Nation courthouse... photos exist of him swinging his cane during the riot incited by Chief Joe Byrd.s goons.

    He passed away Sept. 21 2006 of natural causes. He was 87.

    He was a man with the gift of Charity.

    When Blueotter's family was in transit from a Cherokee Gathering at  Wilson's Creek Battlefield, they heard of the disaster while Passing through Pryor, OK, Paul's hometown. Paul and his wife took them in the middle of the night in the aftermath the F6 tornado in Oklahoma City in 1998.

  • 01:47

    Tom Reviews The Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd, Interview with Mike Hedge of PARROT

    in Automotive

    Tom interviews Mike Hedge of PARROT talking about new BlueTooth technology, Tom answers Massive number of listener's car questions, Tom reviews the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

  • 00:51

    White Buffalo Radio- Willie Whitefeather, Cherokee Storyteller

    in Education

    Willie Whitefeather, the famed Cherokee Storyteller, joins us spinning his interesting, intriguing tales woven with wisdom. From the White Buffalo, both iconic and personal to ancient teachings, prophecies and the new world this is a fascinating adventure.

    He is honorary chief of the Black Creek Cherokee. Willie was named Storyteller of the year by Oregon State Prison system. His is the author of two books for children, Outdoor Survival Handbook for Kids and Willy Whitefeather's River Book for Kids.

    Video Visions of Hope People's Choice Award Sedona International Film Festival 2006

    White Buffalo Radio is hosted and produced by Rain on the Earth, sponsored by the White Bison Association home of the sacred White Buffalo herd.

    Blog: medicinetalkradio.wordpress.com

    Music:  Intro Arizona Spirit  Outro:  White Buffalo from Charles Button and Friends double album White Buffalo, Bigger than Real released by Sacred Mountain Records

  • 00:01

    Powhatan Cherokee Herbalist Ila Hatter: The Lady Of The Forest

    in Religion

    Ila (pronouced Eye'-lah) Hatter (website) (blog) is a descendant of Pocahontas whose mother was a Cherokee woman named Amopotuskee and whose father was Wahunsunacock a/k/a "King Powhatan."

    In this program, a lot about Snowbird (Eastern) Cherokee culture is discussed.

    Ila Hatter’s mission is to tune people in to the many ways they can make Mother Nature’s pantry and medicine cabinet their own. Hatter does not forage the woods in the hope of making a profit. “In my case, I’m not gathering things to sell but instead am using them for education – teaching people what these plants are, how to identify them, what the traditional uses are, what the potential market might be for them. I combine my knowledge of the flora with folklore, telling interesting stories that go with the botany of what I do.”

    Ila, known as THE LADY OF THE FOREST, is an interpretive naturalist, artist, wildcrafter, and gourmet cook with more than 25 years experience teaching the cultural heritage of native plants. She is a staff instructor for the Univ. of Tenn.’s Smoky Mtn Field School, guest instructor for the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, the John C. Campbell Folk School (Brasstown, NC), The Mountain Retreat Center (Highlands, NC), Snowbird Mtn Lodge (Robbinsville, NC), Charter Board Member of the Yellow Creek Botanical Institute; and Storyteller for Elderhostels in 3 states. She has been featured in major newspapers, magazines, and TV shows. Her distinctive skills were even sought out by CBS for the TV series “Christy”. 

  • 01:59

    Cherokee Storyteller and Author Willy Whitefeather: Part Two: Cherokee Star Wars

    in Religion

    ?I called Willy back and we continue for another two hours!

    Willy Whitefeather is 79 years old, and knows many of the old Cherokee stories.

    Willy says, "The reason I wrote the survival book was to save a kid's life. Because I know of 28 kids that went out into the desert and mountains and never came back. This book is now into it's 7th printing. From my Cherokee hertitage I use old Cherokee ways in hopes to save a kids life. I was made honorary Chief of the Black Creek band of Cherokees."

  • 01:52

    Part One - Cherokee Storyteller and Author Willy Whitefeather

    in Religion

    Part One... Willy joined about 30 minutes into the show and was disconnected by Skype a few minutes before the stream stopped, so I will be calling him tomorow morning and recording another hour.

    Willy Whitefeather is 79 years old, and knows many of the old Cherokee stories.

    Willy says, "The reason I wrote the survival book was to save a kid's life. Because I know of 28 kids that went out into the desert and mountains and never came back. This book is now into it's 7th printing. From my Cherokee hertitage I use old Cherokee ways in hopes to save a kids life. I was made honorary Chief of the Black Creek band of Cherokees."

  • 01:46

    RED HAT SPEAKS: VOICE OF THE FLYING EAGLE: Cherokee Spirituality - Dottie Daigle

    in Religion


    Red Hat Speaks: Voice of the Flying Eagle is THE most authoritative book yet on Cherokee spirituality... from Dottie D'aigle "The Lady in White," Adopted by Wolf Clan Cherokees of The Southwest Council of The Cherokee Nation at Tahequah, OK, a Constitutional Satellite Community of The Cherokee Nation based in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

    An interview of Dottie Daigle concerning What It Means to be a Cherokee! which concerns 5 to 7 million Cherokee descendants.

    For more information about Cherokee Elder John Red Hat Duke, see http://KeetoowahSociety.org 

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