Return to Creation ~ Teachings of Weetucks

With the permission and the encouragement of my friend Manitonquat. I wish to share one of his stories. From his book Return to Creation, it’s the story of a Wampanoag Indian teacher who lived many years ago in the region we now call southeastern Massachusetts, and the relevance of his story to our present time. I’ve been fortunate […] Read more »

Mythic Teachings of Our Land: the Legend of the Rainbow Warriors

Here’s one way of expressing America’s ancient teachings in a soundbite: There will come a time when the Earth grows sick. When it does a tribe will gather from all the cultures of the world. They will  believe in peaceful deeds, not words. They will work to heal the land. They will be the warriors […] Read more »

R.I.P. Mishomis, Grandfather William Commanda

At the UN – Grandfather Commanda (center) displays the Seven Fires Wampum Belt at The House of Mica – UN headquarters on Manhattan Island. Dear Relatives – Grandfather William Commanda died early on the morning of August 3, 2011, two days before the start of his annual gathering in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada. He was 97 […] Read more »

Pyramids Added to True Tales of The Whirling Rainbow

Ever since writing and publishing Tales of the Whirling Rainbow as an ebook last September, I’ve been tinkering with it: improving the content, layout, and adding photographs. This January I decided to add a new chapter about the thousands of pyramids and temples in Meso-America, and the role they have in the teachings about the […] Read more »

New ebook: Tales of the Whirling Rainbow

As of this weekend, I have published a new ebook Tales of the Whirling Rainbow: Authentic Myths & Mysteries for 2012. The book is my account of some of the key myths and mysteries of the Americas, and an exploration of how those myths are echoed in real time as we edge toward the signal […] 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 »

R.I.P. Leon Secatero

by Steven McFadden Grandfather Leon Secatero, 65 Headman, Canoncito Band of Navajo, widely respected native elder, a founder of Spiritual Elders of Mother Earth died on Sunday, September 28, 2008. Services were held each day, concluding Thursday, October 2, 2008 at To’hajiilee-Canoncito, NM. I remember Grandfather Leon as a true spiritual elder — calm, wise, […] Read more »