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?THE NATIONAL BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHING STANDARDS?
NBPTS and their partnership with The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE)
Join hosts Billie Fidlin and Russ Letica with guests Sootahkii Calling Last, an enrolled member of the Blackfoot Confederacy her studies include Environmental Science Water Resources at the University of Montana, her current research includes studying the indigenous relationships with water and water contaminant clean-up methods. Brian Stuart, is a Natural Resource Technician at Maliseet Nation Conservation Council. They will discuss environmental issues facing Indian Country, amid a host of other topics. This is Open Mic night - we hope you'll call in with your questions and comments.
THE FRIDAY NIGHT PARANORMAL SHOW
THE INDIAN PARANORMAL TEAM
Name : Akshai Sthalekar
Designation: Co- Founder
Experience: 7 years.
I started meditating regularly at a very young age. This has helped me gain spiritually which in turn helps me during investigations and communicating with the spirit. Meditation also developed my psychic abilities and thus I can connect to various places and heal people. I have healed people in The USA, UK, Germany, Oman, Singapore and Australia. I learnt a lot from my guides, Late Erik Berglund (International Harpist and a spiritual Healer) and Mr. Raj Mali(Shamanic Master). I also perform exorcisms using meditative techniques and some special astral weapons.
Name: Sarbajeet Mohanty (Cohen)
Experience: 3 years.
He could sense spirits around and tried to communicate with them as a young boy. He is our lead investigator and came into this field out of determination to overcome fears. As he used to sense spirits he was afraid and then decided to overcome them and use his abilities as his strength. Guided by many paranormal investigators to investigate and by Akshai Sthalekar to follow the path of spirituality, he has developed beautifully.
Name: Kumar Bhaskar (Aryan Metzender)
Designation: Senior Member and Lead Investigator
Experience: 5 years
He has a psychic ability to read what is going on in the person’s mind. He can read faces and he loves to give it all when it comes to fighting spirits. He has a vast knowledge about demons and often gives priority to the demonic possessions over spirit possessions.
Trainees: Anshuman Rath, Suvam Bhawal
Indian Summer is a Los Angeles based folk/indie/rock group made up of members The Indian, Summer Mencher, Toby Karlin, Austin Farmer, and Luke Duffy. Their first EP, "Four Days in Arkham" was released in March of 2013. The music both lyrically and sonically touches on beautiful struggles and difficult triumphs. "Everything that we wrote came from a desire to address the landscape of our lives. What we had witnessed and felt needed to be displayed," says The Indian.
(1)Merle whistler (Kyle S.D.) Activist (2)Roger Bird (Rapid City) Spiritual leader (3)Quanah Brightman (Cheyenne River) and leader of United Native America (UNA) Members and guest of United Urban Warrior Society will be discussing fracturing / Fracking and the KXL pipeline issues in Indian Country, more specifically in Montana & the Dakota’s. Talking about ways that people can help, who you can support and where to send help.And where do we go from here.We will also discuss stopping mega loads and fracturing equipment from crossing Tribal lands. We support 100%, a no-violent direct action. We will discuss our “red line” options! Including stepping up the people will be ready and willing? Or will we just step aside to save face, and let them have their way? November 15th 2014 as an important date, and we need to assume they will start the pipeline at that time… Our purpose and focus of this show is to express the importance of getting the word out to the media and the world our intentions of stopping this pipeline! We are not interested in negotiations or working out a deal! We do not want your money, understand this! It will not cross Indian country and that’s the bottom line!
James "Magaska" Swan (Founder U.U.W.S.)
P.O. Box 14
Rapid City, S.D. 57709-0014
EPISODE 4 Flashback- The finest in Native American & Indigenous rap, hip hop and R&B from the #1 Urban Rez Entertainment Company In The World", Culture Shock Original. EPISODE 4 Hosted by Marcus Tsosie. Co-Host by Culture Shock Original recording artist and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee for Best R&B Album of The Year for her BELIEVE album, Riah with a Special Interview with The First Lady Of Culture Shock Original and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee for Best Rap Single of The Year for her LET IT REIGN featuring The Game, release. Plus featured songs- 1. 2 Fly by Rezloyal, 2. A Promise by Jot Scripts, 3. Just Do It featuring Three 6 Mafia by Butch Kid, 4. Take Flight by The Council, 5. Time Fly's by R.E.D.D., 6. I'm Awesome by Nick Lone.
ENVISION THIS: Farmers, ranchers and tribal leaders travelling all the way to Washington DC because the Keystone XL pipeline continues to threaten land, water, climate and tribal rights.
We will be interviewing Bob Klotz and others from 350-Maine live from the Washington Mall where they are supporting the Cowboy Indian Alliance in asking President Obama and Secretary Kerry to make the trip over to the National Mall to meet with them. The decision to delay a decision about the pipeline was made -- supposedly -- to account for the impact of a possible new pipeline route in Nebraska. That makes this the perfect opportunity to sit down and talk with Alliance leaders.
From now until Sunday, Cowboy Indian Alliance members and allies will be holding demonstrations, ceremonies and educational events to tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Day one started with lighting a fire that will burn at the center of camp throughout the entire week and pouring water fresh from the Ogallala aquifer—which Keystone XL would cross, and pollute—into the reflecting pool, and marching to the Reject and Protect tipi camp, led in a procession by tribal officials and all 24 riders.
Duncan Reisel of 350.org says “Keystone XL would carry 830,000 barrels a day of the world's dirtiest oil, pumping dozens of coal plants worth of carbon pollution into the air. I can think of no better way to spend Earth Day than with this powerful alliance who have travelled so far to tell President Obama to stop this pipeline once and for all.”
Toward the end of October 2004 an ancient ceremony to heal the energy grid took place in Big Bear Valley. Immediately following the ceremony the earliest snowfall in several decades blanketed the Valley.
Two weeks later a full-blown Medicine Wheel ceremony took place in Big Bear and on several points around the Southland. A post ceremony celebration took place several days later and as the celebration came to an end snow started to fall, dropping 28 inches before the storm ended.
Healing of the earth, coincidence or folklore? Only a power higher than mere mortals can answer that question.
Bennie LeBeau, a spiritual leader from the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, performed the 6,000-year-old Medicine Wheel ceremony. He has performed similar ceremonies in other drought-striken areas of the country with similar results. LeBeau conducted a huge Medicine Wheel Ceremony in the Grand Tetons of Wyoming and surrounding points in May. The Big Bear Medicine Wheel Ceremony is a result of new visions urging LeBeau to help heal the rift between nature and humans.
LeBeau is an elder spiritual leader and advisor. He studied cultural anthropology and applied indigenous studies at Northern Arizona University. He is a member of the Spiritual Elders of Mother Earth and helps to educate Shoshone Nations people and others regarding sacred sites and indigenous prophecies.
The purpose of the Medicine Wheel ceremonies is to honor the Earth and her living inhabitants in all of nature's creation, according to LeBeau. The disruption of the Earth's electromagnetic energy grid has resulted in the prolonged drought, LeBeau has said. "The Medicine Wheel Ceremony doesn't create the weather, but it does enhance it," LeBeau said.
NEW CALL IN PROGRAM!
Tonight, Mayan Calendar Voyager Mark "Badger" Borcherding take us on an excursion through today's Natural Disasters, Geophysical perturberances and Geopolitical events and how they correlate with Mayan Prophecy and Calendar.
Prerecorded... no calls-ins
Bunny Sings Wolf - Spiritual Traditional Adopted Sister to Chief Richard "Charging Bear" Grass - Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Grand Treaty Chief and Traditional Spiritual Sovereign of the Seven Council Fires (Oceti Sakowin), Blackfoot Band, bloodline descendent of Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, White Swan
Most of Bunny Sings Wolf's ORIGINAL SONGS (upwards of 130 at last count) have "arrived" usually at 3:00 a.m., in the form of dreams since Bunny has been living in the Black Hills. Waking her from deep sleep - playing in her head - complete with words and music, she records them, to learn and share later. In honoring this unique music gift, Bunny feels a solemn responsibility to the Creator to use her voice and carry these songs to as many people as possible.
From generations of a very musical-artistic family, poetry and song seemed a natural part of her life near the peach orchards and crop landscapes where she grew up in the rural farming country of Northern California. It was a slower time when people of all ages from very diverse cultural backgrounds enjoyed spending time together, sharing stories and experiences, laughing and appreciating the antics of the dogs, cats and horses living on the land.
A favorite part of each day for Bunny was sunrise and sunset when she would take long barefoot walks to her favorite large, old cottonwood tree at the edge of the field near her home. There she wrote music, listened to the songs of the wind rustling through the leaves...
In a continuum of the Satsang of Light. Satsang from an Eastern perspective originates from the Sanskrit sat = true and sanga = company. In Indian philosophy this means "in the company of the highest truth"
The idea of sharing in this free expression is the gathering of beings who wish to nurture the contemplation and allowance of the highest truth.
Guided by Light, inquiries presented will be answered during the hour.
Blessings of abundant joy,
Dove & Adeo
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