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  • 01:07

    Renowned Musckogee Creek Medicine Man Marcellus Bearheart

    in Religion

    PRECORDED IN 2005.


    The Late Muskogee Creek renowned Medicine Man Marcellus Bearheart (1918 to 2008).


    Author of the book The Wind Is My Mother, CDs Medicine Songs, Inner Vision Quest, and It Is A Good Day To Live,  Marcellus Bearheart was a medicine man by the early 1940s, and prayed in Harry Truman's White House.


     


    Honors:


    Past Director of Cultural Retention Program for Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission for 20 years.

    Keynote speaker for Indian Public Health Service and US Forest Service-Employee Development.

    Prayed in the White House with President Harry S. Truman.

    Ancestors: Trail of Tears.. Georgia, Alabama- marched to Oklahoma. His Great-Grandmother died on that trail.

    Bear Heart was born in Okemah, Oklahoma, 1918.

    He is a graduate of Oklahoma City College and Bacone College, an all Indian College.

    He was called to be one of the spiritual counselors for the firemen and their families after the Oklahoma City tragedy.

    He put down prayers with the Fire Departments at Ground Zero in Nov. 2001.

    Bear Heart served on President Bush's Faith Based Initiative panel for the US Dept of Health 's WHEN TERROR STRIKES conference in NYC- 2001.

    He represented Native American medicine people at the World Shamanistic Conference in Austria 1985.

     

  • 01:44

    TRIBAL ECONOMICS: Traditional vs. Modern w/ Jaime O Perez, Mixteca Medicine Man

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... 


    "Tribal Economics 101" is our second interview with Mixteca Medicine Man, ceremonialist, author and (most recently) Congressional Candidate Jaime O. Perez. (Facebook)(Blog) of El Paso, Texas.


    Jaime says: "Members of the Sun Circle Community, We Honor Our Ancestors And Our Grandfathers And Grandmothers; That Beliefs Evolve; That Fire Is The Symbol And Manifest Reality Of The Memory Of Our Ancestors; That Fire Was Handed Down To Us As A Ritual Practice By Our Ancestors; That We Demonstrate Love For Our Ancestors When We Hold Place Around The Fire And Honor Its Warmth and Energy In Our Ceremonies; We Honor Our Ancestors When We Establish Guardians For The People And The Fire; When All Men And Women Hold Their Place In Ceremony And All Cultural Practices, Rituals, Quests and Pilgrimages; When We Honor A Balance Of Male And Female; When We Honor Our Tradition By Consistent Words And Deeds; and Participate In The Civic, Cultural, Traditional, Social And Political Life Of Our Community."

  • 00:01

    Seminole Medicine Man James WFE Mooney Oklevueha Native American Church Founder

    in Religion

    James ‘Flaming Eagle’ Mooney is an American Native Black Seminole, and a bloodline descendant of Seminole Medicine Man and War Chief Osceola and his escaped African American slave wife. James is also the namesake and bloodline descendant of one James Mooney, Irish-Scottish son of Irish Catholic immigrants, and American born U.S. Citizen.  James Mooney was employed as an Ethnologist at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Here is an account of three men doing everything in their power to assist the indigenous peoples and their ancient ceremonies of North America to survive the onslaught of atrocities perpetrated by misguided United States government agencies for more than 200 years.


    War Chief Osceola was an influential Seminole leader who fought the United States to a standstill in the Florida Everglades, during the second Seminole War, also known as the Florida War of 1835.  James’s ancestral family fought the U.S. military in an attempt to stop the expulsion of our First Nations people from their ancestral homeland and bringing about the deliberate annihilation of our indigenous culture.


    In 1918, James’s forefather James Mooney fought a war of words before Congress, successfully halting the passage of a Peyote law that was designed to make illegal the entire American Native way of life. Pointedly, the dominant Christian religious mainstream sought to end our earth-based ceremonies and healing and empowerment rites, supplanting these traditions with those imported from across the seas.  Of late, this codified denial of our constitutionally guaranteed religious freedom was promoted and enforced by a federal agency known as the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).  James’s great grandfather’s successful defense of our sacrament before Congress was a first step in a long journey to restore and maintain our ancient heritage.  

  • 01:29

    Renowned Musckogee Creek Medicine Man Marcellus Bearheart

    in Spirituality

    PRECORDED IN 2005.
    The Late Muskogee Creek renowned Medicine Man Marcellus Bearheart (1918 to 2008).
    Author of the book The Wind Is My Mother, CDs Medicine Songs, Inner Vision Quest, and It Is A Good Day To Live,  Marcellus Bearheart was a medicine man by the early 1940s, and prayed in Harry Truman's White House.
     
    Honors:
    Past Director of Cultural Retention Program for Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission for 20 years. Keynote speaker for Indian Public Health Service and US Forest Service-Employee Development. Prayed in the White House with President Harry S. Truman. Ancestors: Trail of Tears.. Georgia, Alabama- marched to Oklahoma. His Great-Grandmother died on that trail. Bear Heart was born in Okemah, Oklahoma, 1918. He is a graduate of Oklahoma City College and Bacone College, an all Indian College. He was called to be one of the spiritual counselors for the firemen and their families after the Oklahoma City tragedy. He put down prayers with the Fire Departments at Ground Zero in Nov. 2001. Bear Heart served on President Bush's Faith Based Initiative panel for the US Dept of Health 's WHEN TERROR STRIKES conference in NYC- 2001. He represented Native American medicine people at the World Shamanistic Conference in Austria 1985.  

  • 01:34

    Iggy Garcia & David Two Crows. Holistic/Metaphysical forum & Intuitive Readings!

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to WithInsightsRadio.com

    Every Monday I hold an open forum session with my good friend David Two Crows and we invite others in the holistic and metaphysical community worldwide to join us. The first part of the show, (once a month), we invite a well known and up and coming friend(s) in our community for an interview. 


    Listen in and explore a variety topics from holistic, metaphysical, alternative healing modalities and about their insights they have to share with us all. 

    The second half of our show we open the phones lines and give popcorn intuitive readings from the universe and beyond.  All we ask is that you only ask one question for time’s sake and so we can give everyone a reading. facebook.com/iggygarcia


    For more info on Iggy visit: www.IggyGarcia.com


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  • 00:29

    The Healing Circle # 16

    in Spirituality

    Special Guest Medicine Man Michael Harris from B.C. Canada, water blessings,  call ins are welcome 347-989-8446


    www.jeanofdivinehealing.com


     

  • 02:05

    Memories of Mad Bear Anderson: A Medicine Man for All Time and All Nations

    in Paranormal

    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.

  • 00:12

    The Best Medicine

    in Motivation

    It's called "the best medicine" and costs you nothing at all, doesn't require a prescription,and you can have as much as you want. What's this magic pill?? Laughter!


    Mark Twain said "He who laughs, lasts." The simple act of laughing lifts our spirits, de-stresses our bodies, and makes life so much more enjoyable. Oh, and...some say it keeps us young! How's that for side effects?


    Listen in for reminders of the benefits of having a daily dose of laughter, the best medicine!

  • Susun Weed Green Magic, Green Medicine: 13 Sacred Trees continued

    in Spirituality

    Susun is an author and teacher who discusses herbal medicine,psychology of healing and womens health issues.


    To check out Susuns books go here: http://www.herbalmedicinehealing.com/store/default.php


    Our discussion of the 13 Sacred trees continues!


    This show is meant to inspire and educate join us!!!

  • 01:01

    Hip Hop Medicine Man

    in Lifestyle

    Supa Nova Slom is a celebrity wellness coach, author, recording artist and active duty soldier.  He has taken his knowledge of juicing and holistic medicine principles and shared them with his fellow soldiers during a recent deployment.
    Please join us to learn more about Supa Nova Slom.

  • 01:30

    The Best Medicine by Elizabeth Hayley Reviews

    in Books

    Stephanie, Laura, and Cassy will summarize their thoughts on The Best Medicine by Elizabeth Hayley.  The author duo will also be joining the show to listen to our critque and interject as they see fit.  


    Elizabeth Hayley is the penname for "Elizabeth" and "Hayley," two friends who have been self-publishing romance novels since 2013. They are best known for their Pieces series, among other novels.
    Elizabeth lives with her husband, daughter and dog in Pennsylvania.
    Hayley lives with her husband, son and dog in Pennsylvania.