Spring 2014 – Falling into a Supermassive Black Hole

Note Well: A news story from The New York Times (2.18.2014) reports: “A gas cloud named G2 is about to collide with Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy…” Our galaxy, which we know as the Milky Way, is known as Hunab Ku in Mayan Cosmology. The noteworthy galactic event […] Read more »

Stunning Sunbow Illuminates Moscow

On Sunday, January 19, Valera Yangurazov, a passenger on a Moscow train, videotaped a dramatically vivid Whirling Rainbow (Sundog, or Sunbow) illuminating the sky in Russia. You can watch the short video on this page. Beholding the natural beauty of the Sunbow as I watched the video, I immediately recalled how that vivid sky sign played […] Read more »

The Winter Festival: A Mystery Thinly Veiled

“Festivals are not merely the commemoration of historical events or personalities. They are in and of themselves, each year, spiritual events carrying a significance that grows and deepens with the developing phases of human evolution.” — Rudolf Steiner For most of us, for much of the world, the heart of Winter Festival lies obscured behind […] Read more »

How We Must Be to Influence the Future

The late Navajo elder Leon Secatero once told me that he saw the Wind Walkers take corn pollen in their mouths to bless their words before they spoke to him. “The elders talked about positive things, focusing on the positive to make things happen, to bring in good energy so that life will continue. They […] Read more »

Big Doings at Big Mountain

Big Mountain montage by Jetsonorama & the “No Reservations Required” crew. For most Americans the Four Corners is just a curiosity on the map where the survey lines that define four states come together and form a classic cross: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. But for many native peoples, Four Corners is a broad […] Read more »

Valiant Pilgrim Paths Will Cross in Memphis

This month a small band of women from the Ojibwe native nation is walking the land in prayer from the source of the Mississippi River at Lake Itasca in the north, more than 1,200 miles in a south direction along the shore to the point where the great river spills into the sea at the […] Read more »

The Mother of All Particles: Epic Discovery for Physics & Metaphysics

Relatives , I invite you to read on and learn of a major moment of recognition, a discovery of importance for both Physics and Metaphysics I invite you to check out this brief video clip from the March 5, 2013 edition of The New York Times. It’s a clip about discovery in 2012 of the Higgs Boson particle […] Read more »

A Circle of All Nations, A Culture of Peace

My old friend and teacher, Grandfather William Commanda, Ojigkwnong, now age 95, will soon have another vital meeting with officials of the Canadian Government concerning his vision for Victoria Island (Asinabka). Like the other key visions which have punctuated Grandfather’s life, the vision for an international healing center at Victoria Island has profound global importance. […] Read more »

Hocokat-Ton-Yan Wicozanni — Healing in a Circle

Basil Braveheart (Cante Tinza), an Oglala Lakota elder, plans to visit Santa Fe, New Mexico the weekend of February 10-12, 2006 to conduct Hocokat-Ton-Yan Wicozanni (Healing in a Circle). I spoke with Mr. Braveheart by phone a couple of days before his visit. He told me that while he is in New Mexico he will […] Read more »