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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Feast of Fowl

On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 2:25 PM, Grandmother Upon the Hill <> wrote:
dear white buffalo calf woman,

an event will occur that identifies
the abomination of desolation
where it should not be
it was announced from the great chief
for the votes
legalized gay marriage
this calls the feast of fowl
but you knew that as well

there is little left to do but
keep the first commandment
which is the sin abandoned
we forgot to love life
the angels from beyond
they remind us too
return to your first love
that is held against most of us
first love forgotten

the hills call me
the trees call me
the river jordan call me
the call of the wild
is this my punishment
to live wild for seven years
after seven years scribing?

i know fifteen year extension
saw it in a vision
seven about done

perhaps it is a blessing
that would let me see
 the fruit of my labor
where the seeds can be sown
the vegetables and fruit and
the  trees bearing their gifts
so those who find their way
the same may come freely eat
and the water is deep and clear
year round it flows forth
free to drink from this fountain
it is mans gift to receive
the one place that will be
and was and still is sacred
it is our home

some things are bigger than one man can handle
sometimes they receive help from woman
sometimes they shrink the situation down to size
and go forth alone to slay the beast
with a sharp blade of truth
keeping the women safe from harm unawares

a  life was ransomed before time
the reminder for all time to come
when we get lost the shepherd has
to come and rescue the little lambs
and take the place there of care
until the lamb is returned home

love  even still
grandmother upon the hill

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Red Elk Vision - Cherokee Nation Twisted Hair Society wrote:
 :) Not that it's relevant anymore but I just needed a morning laugh........and decided to just do a little surfing, and found this Quote.

Red Elk is an Inter-Tribal Medicine Man. He is a self-described half-breed Native American / white, of both the BlackFeet and Shoshoni Nations, as well as part Irish and French. He is a member of the Heyoka (hi - OH - kah) Society, a Contrarian group of Native Americans who do not follow the normal path of mankind. Red Elk is one of twelve Inner Heyoka members. He is one of the nine members of the Red Web Society who are working to bring understanding of many hidden sacred teachings to the people of Earth. He is also an honorary member of the Cherokee Nations Twisted Hair Society.

In 1973 Red Elk went on a 69 day fast, taking water, juices, and vitamins. On or about the 49th day Red Elk began to experience a vision about the future. For a little more than an hour each day for 3 days Red Elk saw and experienced a future that he didn't want to see.

The East and West coasts of America subside, a huge meteor strikes the Atlantic, unimaginably great earthquakes rip apart the earth as massive volcanic eruptions darken the skies and blacken the land. But these tribulations pale in comparison to what soon follows as the earth's axis flips and ensuing floods and 300 mile per hour winds savagely destroy buildings, people, ecosystems and entire nations.

Red Elk believes that there is Hope and that we have time to change and prepare... But the first thing we must change is ourselves.
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Red Elk
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Thorp, Washington
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