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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Thank you for your response Graham. Just back from my past. Sorry for the slow response. Any of the writers named would be great for discussion. I am looking forward to reading ENTAGLED, when its available here.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Dear Graham: While I appreciate your work, especially FINGER PRINTS OF THE GODS, I am also looking forward to "ENTANGLED" here next fall (Canada). Please forgive me if I seem a little disappointed. I have been a huge follower of female "modern superhero"characters and modern super hero writers for some time. Not a typical feminist-but female just the same... I am a huge fan
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
David, A very astute observation! The poem by Yeats is very appropriate. Here is a brief history of the sacred colors by the Maliseet peoples (Algonquin tribe-east coast of Canada: ~Sacred Colors~ Wapequ - White Mehqeyu - Red Mokoseweyu - Black Wisaweyu - Yellow Mosqoncihte - Blue Stahqoncihte - Green Tupqancihte - Brown English Translation of The Origin of the Scared Colors: The Origi
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Hello I have Mohawk heritage and grew up next to "Six-Nations" reservation-having familyand friends living there and have worked there. I now have regular contact with the First Nation's community in BC Canada. My understanding of the four colors (oral tradition) is that they represent an archetype of human races in time and function as it is related to the earth. The people underst
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Hello I have Mohawk heritage and grew up next to "Six-Nations" reservation-having familyand friends living there and have worked there. I now have regular contact with the First Nation's community in BC Canada. My understanding of the four colors (oral tradition) is that they represent an archetype of human races in time and function as it is related to the earth. The people underst
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Dr. Carmen Boulter is another good choice.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Don't forget the shaman is also the clown and the joker. It is not a black and white life or "a uniform"-nature understands this too-to change shape is to heal as to live in one's innate form(s) and use those energies. The shaman often lives the most colorful life. Mitakuye Oyasin
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
ps. You will have to forgive me my indulgence-I am a psychologist looking for a little written/personal imagination beyond the "norm" ie. the expected.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
I am sorry, I take Clarrisa Pinloa Estes (please excuse my limited Keyboard) as I do Naomi Wolfe- pure academics with an academic imagination! Nothing wrong with that of course- I have read all their books-how about something a liitle more DARING!!!!!!!!! Chellis Glendinning: My name is Chellis and I am in recovery from Western Civilization" or even better Dr. Evelyn Paglini!!!!!!!!
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
I am sorry, I take Clarrisa Pinloa Estes (please excuse my limited Keyboard) as I do Naomi Wolfe- pure academics with an academic imagination! Nothing wrong with that of course- I have read all their books-how about something a liitle more DARING!!!!!!!!! Chellis Glendinning: My name is Chellis and I am in recovery from Western Civilization" or even better Dr. Evelyn Paglini!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Carol > > The use of my spelling "Slanche" instead of spelling it Slainte > is to be ironical- > > I don't know if you can PROVE the common root of any language > or PROVE the influences of outside cultures on the development > of language. I just know from study, like others, that there > are real similarities between Algonquin and Irish...and that is > no
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
carolb wrote: > iroquois warrior wrote: > > > There was one "k" used in all the examples-Its Irish and > > Gaelic. > > > > Its interesting- in Ireland- Even "slanche" is pronounced and > > phonetically spelled differently, through history and in > > regional areas. > > > > I am confused by your response and lack of furt
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
There was one "k" used in all the examples-Its Irish and Gaelic. Its interesting- in Ireland- Even "slanche" is pronounced and phonetically spelled differently, through history and in regional areas. I am confused by your response and lack of further interest-clearly there are real similarities in the examples I presented, considering the age and remoteness, relatively speak
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
> Algonquin: "Atilah" meaning Blueberry > I/G: "Aitea" meaning Berries > > Should read "Attilah" in Algonquin and "Aiteal" in Gaelic.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
carolb wrote: > > > Incidently, the Algonquin and Irish languages are very > similar. > > Really? Can you give some examples? > > Carol Sure: Algonquin: "Amoskeag" meaning One who takes small fish Irish/Gaelic: Ammo-lasgag meaning Small fish stream Algonquin: "Cohas" meaning pine tree Irish/Gaelic "Ghuthas" Meaning pine tree Algonquin
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Hello Aine, The Kwuda provided the actual quote you posted...I just thought it was a funny name for an Aboriginal tribe OR culture..
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
That should read GRS Mead-my apologies.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
From Wikpedia "Other neo-Theosophists include Steiner's contemporary Peter Deunov and Samael Aun Weor, who introduced theosophical teachings to Latin America. Dion Fortune and Aleister Crowley were also influencers of (and influenced by) the leading edge of the theosophical movement, which in turn influenced Anton LaVey's Satanism, L. Ron Hubbard's Scientology, Wiccanism, and the modern New
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
The Kwuda wrote: > QuoteI am in no way saying that the people of 5000 years ago > are not the ancestors of later aboriginal peoples. I AM SAYING > that the use of the stone sun dial in Canada that predates > Britains stonehenge tells us something about the common belief > systems and cognitive/intuitive development of primitive people > in both cultures. Clearly, the sophistica
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Brantford Ontario (situated a shot distance between lakes Erie AND Ontario) is named after Joseph Brant Chief of the Mohawks who was instrumental in British-Native alliances in the 18th century. Mitch it is interesting to note the design of Brantford city hall, built in 1967. accross from city hall is Victoria park and in the center of the park is the monument of Joseph Brant. picture/paintin
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
The Kwuda wrote: > QuoteAny "anomaly" is written off as belonging to the > aboriginal tribe of the region in spite of the obvious problem > (there is only one example of the anomaly-a big one usually) > and no other evidence that buildings, tools and systems were in > place anywhere else relating to that aboriginal group. > > That is just absurd if you think these
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
No problem Dave, I have just recently heard about the runes. The story of the world as we know it is going to change-as more light is shone on archeology and political systems implicit in controlling our beliefs about history.
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
The Kwuda wrote: > QuoteJust to clear up a point, I was speculating that the > traditional Beothuk hostility toward Whitey mentioned by > iroquois warrior above may have stemmed from encounters with > previous landing parties before Leif the fugitive arrived with > a chip on his shoulder to chop wood and eat grapes. > > Okay, I get where you are coming from...now that I hav
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Canada's stone henge which apparently predates Britain's stone henge begs some questions about anthropological genesis ; migration patterns and cultural origins. (article below) The now extinct Beothuk (5500BC-1000AD) tribe of Canada's east coast also poses some questions about migration and current history. The painting portraits of "the last of the Beothuk" is curious.The portraits ar
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Thank you Omar for sharing your work and idea's!
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
To a certain extent, I do understand Omar Rosales position from an anthropological/historical stand point. If I am a trained psychologist or medical doctor-board certified, lets say-is that not different than a person who decides themselves to be a "therapist" or a "back specialist" by virtue of a mail away diploma and a shingle hung on the door? Does hanging that shingle giv
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11 years ago
iroquois warrior
This is an interesting approach to psychotherapy and healing. The late psychiatrist Dr. M Scott Peck (The Road Less Travelled, People of the Lie) wrote about psychiatry's inability to address spiritual issues, including "evil" as a condition or malady of the psyche. He believed that evil and even possesion, are experiences that psychiatry has turned its back on in pursuit of science. Th
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10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Its a good question as the crop circles seem to be concentrated in a few key townships...hmmm? I don't know but IF it was done by "HOAXERS" then its vandalism plain and simple. And if its done as a hoax or by a vandal, then why haven't the farmers retaliated or gone to the police?...The crop circles are very intricate and large and would take days to create-a farmer, or his dogs, would
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 years ago
iroquois warrior
Congratulations to your son!! I just caught this thread, now over amonth old and followed it. Its good for your son to have these experiences-maturity in terms of development means the ability to be self confident and flexible in age appropriate situations. And yes, a well supervised trip away from home for short periods of time with children his own age will give him the opportunity to be himsel
Forum: Inner Space
11 years ago
iroquois warrior
Maybe the logic in the statement itself is limited? It seems like a true statement ...Epicuris and all...but does he really reflect on God in that statement or man's understanding of what God should be?
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