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  • 01:05

    Pat Vegas of Redbone: Legendary Yaqui, Shoshone and Aztec Musician

    in Religion

    "In a time machine I would like to go back to the 70’s when music was real music."


    Pat Vegas: Redbone Movement


    Redbone is a Native American/Mexican American rock group that was most active in the 1970s. Originally from Coalinga, California, brothers Patrick (bass and vocals) and Candido "Lolly" Vasquez (guitar and vocals) moved to Los Angeles in 1969 to form the group Redbone. The name Redbone itself is a joking reference to a Cajun term for a mixed-race person ("half-breed"), the band's members being of mixed blood ancestry. The band referenced Cajun and New Orleans culture many times in their lyrics and performing style.


    Pat and Lolly, who were a mixture of Yaqui, Shoshone and Mexican heritage, had previously performed and recorded under the stage surname Vegas, in part to downplay the Latin American association of their birth surname, Vasquez. According to Pat Vegas, it was Jimi Hendrix - himself part Native American - who talked the musicians into forming an all-Native American rock group, and they signed as the band "Redbone" to Epic Records in 1969. The band then consisted of Pat Vegas, Lolly Vegas, Peter DePoe and Robert Anthony Avila, a Yaqui-Chicano, better known by his stage name Tony Bellamy. Their debut album Redbone was released in 1970.


    Redbone played primarily rock music with R&B, Cajun, Jazz, tribal, and Latin roots. Their first commercial success came with the single "Maggie" and two other hit singles followed - "The Witch Queen of New Orleans" and "Come and Get Your Love". In 1973, Redbone released the politically oriented "We Were All Wounded at Wounded Knee", recalling the massacre of Lakota Sioux Indians by the Seventh Cavalry in 1890. 

  • 01:35

    My Road to the Sundance: The Late Manny Twofeathers--Aztec/Yaqui

    in Religion

    The Late Manny Twofeathers, Aztec and Yaqui, was born in Arizona. He was largely influenced by the southwest legends and native spirituality born of his ancestry. He has authored 2 hugely successful books: "My Road to the Sundance" (published by Hyperion and 2002 edition by Wo-Pila Publishing) and "Stone People Medicine" (published by Wo-Pila Publishing and New World Library) - both lean toward native spirituality, and have been published in foreign languages. Twofeathers is a spiritual elder and counselor. He travels extensively performing spiritual ceremonies, giving lectures and workshops throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe.


    A native of South Central Arizona of Aztec descent, and being reared in the old ways, Manny has many gifts - both spiritual and creative. As a Sundancer and counselor, his reputation and popularity is growing to such a degree that demands are being made for him to appear all over the world giving lectures and workshops.


    As an author Manny has written several books. His newest release, and first fiction story, "Kokopelli's Dream…the Emergence of a Legend" is being published in May, 2004. His own story, "My Road To The Sundance", enjoyed publishing success. In January 1995, he self published this book, and 5 months later, Disney's Hyperion Publishing purchased the rights to re-release it in hardcover for July, 1996.


    The Sundance book has been translated into German and Italian editions, and a third REVISED edition is now available. In 1997, he released another self-published book, called "Stone People Medicine," it has sold 11,000 copies. It has been released in Italian, and is now re-released by New World Library, as a book boxed set with Stone Cards included. The common thread with all of Manny's written material, is the Native American spiritual theme.

  • 00:59

    Going Shamanic: The Art of Stalking the Dream

    in Spirituality

    Last month we had an incredibly rich show on The Art of Dreaming. Today we dive into what it means to 'stalk' the dream.


    What kinds of 'stalking' strategies can we use to achieve our dreams?


    How do we keep moving forward when in overwhelm or feeling the emotions of pressure from others?


    This show has so much juicy information and knowledge all in one hour. You'll want to get a pen and paper to take notes - and we'll post more information on our website for you in the coming weeks @ www.PAGEMediaProject.com  


    Gael Carter has immersed herself in shamanism for more than 25 years. She has studied under teachers of the sacred spiritual pathways of the Mayan, Toltec, Yaqui, and Q’ero peoples. She stands with Hyemeyohsts Storm, on the belief that earth based knowledge belongs in the hands of the people. In service of this belief, Gael has co-authored the book, Shamanic Ceremonies for a Changing World, a resource and guide for walking a path of Spirit. Gael is also the director and co-founder of the Institute of Shamanic Medicine (ISM) (www.shamanicmedicine.ca) which trains Shamanic Coaches in the practical use of contemporary shamanic knowledge, tools, and ceremony.


    More information on Jennifer Engracio, your host of Going Shamanic, can be found at www.spiraldanceshamanics.com.  She is based in Calgary, Alberta and is available for coaching and group work in person as well as over Skype or phone.

  • 01:06

    Going Shamanic: The Art of 'Dreaming'

    in Spirituality

    Today on Going Shamanic, your host Jennifer Engracio interviews Marilyn Keffer on the show.


    You will hear what it means to really dream - in both the sleeping world and the waking world. You will gain tools and tips on how dreaming informs us in so many unconscious ways, and when we listen with intent, life unfolds beautifully.


    Marilyn Keffer holds an Honours BA degree in psychology and has studied and trained extensively in Shamanism with teachers of the sacred spiritual pathways of the Mayan, Toltec, Yaqui, and Q’ero peoples of North, Central, and South America.  Marilyn is co-founder of the Institute of Shamanic Medicine and co-author of the book "Shamanic Ceremonies for a Changing World".  She is a shamanic coach and a shamanic practitioner and teaches across Canada and at home in British Columbia.


    Click this link for information on the Institute of Shamanic Medicine and how to get the book "Shamanic Ceremonies for a Changing World".  


    Jennifer Engracio, shamanic coach and practitioner, can be contacted at www.SpiralDanceShamanics.com.  

  • 00:58

    Climate Action with Russell Greene

    in Politics Progressive

    A Conversation with Pennie Opal Plant - The Environment and Indigenous Peoples 


    Pennie Opal Plant, of Yaqui/Mexican/Choctaw/Cherokee/European ancestry was born and raised under the shadow of the Chevron refinery in Richmond and San Pablo, California.  She has been an activist for over 30 years on issues regarding the environment and indigenous peoples.  She is one of the founding members of Idle No More SF Bay and Movement Rights with Shannon Biggs. Movement Rights is a new organization working on shifting culture and law to protect people and Mother Earth by working with communities, both domestic and international, to institute democracy where they live. She is also a member of the Bay Area Alliance on the Rights of Nature, and a small business owner in Albany, California.

  • 01:32

    Prophecykeepers - Sundancer Manny Two Feathers Aztec/Yaqui

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded...
    The late Manny Twofeathers (memorial) (Amazon page) (filmography) (Barnes & Noble) was a spiritual leader and elder. He traveled extensively throughout the United States giving lectures and workshops on Native American Spirituality. He had three published books, fiction/fantasy "Kokopelli's Dream . . . The Emergence of a Legend", his own story of his spiritual journey, "My Road to the Sundance" (endorsed by AIM Founders) and "Stone People Medicine". These books have enjoyed huge publishing success and have been translated into other languages. He has also written several scripts. The common thread with all of his writing is the Native American theme. He had appeared as an extra in several films, but most recently had a featured role in Pinata: Survival Island (2002). Manny was often called on to perform Native American ceremonies such as the Sweat Lodge. He was the leader of his own Sundance, held every summer in Northwestern Pennsylvania, USA.  

  • 00:47

    Conversation with Alberto Romero

    in Current Events

    Adam Yellow Bird and don Patricio in conversation with Alberto Romero Yaqui Elder.


    Alberto Adam and Patricio speaking about the Elders Gatherings that have preceded the upcoming Eagle, Quetzal, Condor Gathering. The remind us that we all belong to the sacred earth, the sacred sky, the sacred oceans, the inner and outer worlds. They touch on how Love is spirit in all worlds. We need your help! Check us out at our website. www.eaglequetzalcondor.com 


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  • 02:00

    Manny TwoFeathers ( Aztec and Yaqui) author, My Road to the Sundance

    in Self Help

    The Late Manny Twofeathers, Aztec and Yaqui, was born in Arizona. He was largely influenced by the southwest legends and native spirituality born of his ancestry. He has authored 2 hugely successful books: "My Road to the Sundance" (published by Hyperion and 2002 edition by Wo-Pila Publishing) and "Stone People Medicine" (published by Wo-Pila Publishing and New World Library) - both lean toward native spirituality, and have been published in foreign languages. Twofeathers is a spiritual elder and counselor. He travels extensively performing spiritual ceremonies, giving lectures and workshops throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe.


     
    A native of South Central Arizona of Aztec descent, and being reared in the old ways, Manny has many gifts - both spiritual and creative. As a Sundancer and counselor, his reputation and popularity is growing to such a degree that demands are being made for him to appear all over the world giving lectures and workshops.




    As an author Manny has written several books. His newest release, and first fiction story, "Kokopelli's Dream…the Emergence of a Legend" is being published in May, 2004. His own story, "My Road To The Sundance", enjoyed publishing success. In January 1995, he self published this book, and 5 months later, Disney's Hyperion Publishing purchased the rights to re-release it in hardcover for July, 1996.


    The Sundance book has been translated into German and Italian editions, and a third REVISED edition is now available. In 1997, he released another self-published book, called "Stone People Medicine," it has sold 11,000 copies. It has been released in Italian, and is now re-released by New World Library, as a book boxed set with Stone Cards included. The common thread with all of Manny's written material, is the Native American spiritual theme.

  • 01:31

    Sundance Chief Manny Two Feather's Medicine Helper and Wife Melody Rendon

    in Religion

    Prerecorded...


    Melody Rendon, Wife of the late author and elder Manny Two Feathers, is a publicist and publisher of Native American books.


    Her late husband Manny Twofeathers was a spiritual leader and elder. He travels extensively throughout the United States giving lectures and workshops on Native American Spirituality.

    He published books, fiction/fantasy "Kokopelli's Dream . . . The Emergence of a Legend", his own story of his spiritual journey, "My Road to the Sundance" and "Stone People Medicine". These books have enjoyed huge publishing success and have been translated into other languages. He has also written several scripts. The common thread with all of his writing is the Native American theme.

    He appeared as an extra in several films. Manny was often called on to perform Native American ceremonies such as the Sweat Lodge. He was the leader of his own Sundance, held every summer in Northwestern Pennsylvania, USA.


    Books:
    - Kokopelli's Dream
    - Stone People Medicine
    - My Road to the Sundance 
     

  • 02:03

    Activating Compassion In The Midnight Hour - Inner Journey

    in Spirituality

    Jesse interviews Greg Friedman – a modern version of that which has existed in every culture, a spiritual guide and mentor.  He builds bridges and helps clear paths, in part by taking the ancient wisdom of indigenous cultures and making it applicable to use in our everyday lives.  Greg works one on one, in workshops, and as a couples’ referee and translator, as well as taking small groups of people all over the World to work with indigenous elders in remote destinations.  He has studied and done ceremony with Peruvian Shamans, Aborigine elders and elders from various Native American tribes including the Yaqui, the Deer Tribe, the Lakota and the Abanaki.  Greg has taken people deep up the Ucayali River, a tributary of the Amazon, to work with Carlitos, a Shipibo Shaman in the rainforest, and up to Machu Picchu to hear Kucho tell the stories that the anthropologists don’t.  In Australia he took people to Uluru to hear Elsie, an Anangu Aborigine elder, tell the creation stories and into the tropical Daintree Rainforest to experience the Aborigine healings done by the Kuku Yalanji tribe through didgeridoo song and music.  As a guide Greg helps you build the life of your choosing by uncovering the foundation that is already in you.  In addition Greg hosts his own radio show InnerJourney.  We will be exploring Greg’s work in it’s many different facets.  You can learn more about him at:  www.gregfriedman.com


     


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  • 02:14

    The Mystic's Heart and Soul Sessions

    in Spirituality

    July 22, 2014


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    The Mystic’s Heart with Denise Iwaniw @ 10 AM EST


    Join Denise Iwaniw, author of The Mystic Angels and The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt Empower Deck for another edition of The Mystic's Heart Show.  This hour long show is dedicated to the mystery teachings of the Ancients and the Angelics alike. Denise will spend a portion of each hour, pulling Empowerment cards for individual callers, the broader audience and chat room chatters.  Join Denise for an hour of joyful insights and empowerment!


    Soul Sessions with Sandra Harrick @ 11 AM EST


    Sandy is away this week, but tune in for a special show replay of Sandy's interview with Neshi Lokotz.  During this heart to heart interview, Neshi shares her wisdom as a Native American woman who is an enrolled tribal member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and a descendent of the Ho Chunk and Yaqui Nations.  This hour is so filled with so much powerful insight.  If you missed the original interview, this is your chance to tune in!     


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