By Ina Woolcott The hawk’s gifts include clear sightedness, being observant, long distance memory, messages from the universe, guardianship, recalling past lives, courage, wisdom, illumination, seeing the bigger picture, creativity, truth, experience, wise use of opportunities, overcoming problems, magic, focus. Hawk is associated with the number 14, with the tarot card Temperance. The Temperance card … Continue reading Hawk Power Animal Messenger Discernment Intuition Observation Wisdom Courage Truth
Native American Indian Rights | John Echohawk, Pawnee EMBEZZLEMENT is the fraudulent appropriation by a person to his or her own use of property or money entrusted to that person’s care but owned by someone else. This is all it is – blatant theft that continues to go on day after day after day. Now, … Continue reading Native American Indian Rights John Echohawk Pawnee
By Ina Woolcott Jay’s gifts include understanding how to use power wisely, warning, courage, ability to check on future trouble spots, power of presence (being in the eternal now), fearlessness, resourcefulness, adaptability.
By Ina Woolcott The Medicine Wheel of the Native Americans is symbolic of their spirituality and of the unique, individual ways we go to find our path – a journey of truth, harmony and peace. It is the symbol of the wheel of life, a never ending circle, life without end, forever evolving and bringing … Continue reading Medicine Wheel
When it was first published in 1928, Luther Standing Bear’s autobiographical account of his tribe and tribesmen was hailed by Van Wyck Brooks as “one of the most engaging and veracious we have ever had.” It remains a landmark in Indian literature, among the 1st books about Indians written from the Indian’s point of view … Continue reading My People The Sioux Luther Standing Bear