Do you remember when the Pharisees could not proceed up Mount Sinai with Moses and received oral law that was never written down but took Precedent over the written law of Moses?
Sounds a lot like the same excuses of oral stories and tradition The Indian always speak about that Were Never Written down conveniently but yet we are supposed to believe them on blind faith and keep giving them free stuff? I call bs. All Jews are liars
Alex Jones' last Interview with Russell Means just before he died of cancer in 2012.
What they did to Native Americans is what they're doing to us all right now.
A powerful Prophetic message from a decade ago.
"COMMUNITY IS A DICTATORSHIP" -- Niki Raapana
So a local change agent from Coquitlam BC with a communitarian agenda says to me we "have people all over Canada" ...
Does this man really just hate the locals who are primarily white European population?
usury must be stopped
marcantilism and or monarchy needed
bankers laywers landlords are tards
Native American Resources - Articles on Identity:
“MESTIZO MEXICANS: Are we Indigenous?” by Marcos Aguilar https://link.medium.com/yzWVoWntAab
From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from one elder (Floyd Red Crow Westerman)...how america has come and is destined to go. Swedish words on screen "We were told we would see America come and go"
Chemtrails Close Up https://www.bitchute.com/video/zV5n8LR1nHQx/
SATANIC Occult Nativity Scene just uncleared in Vatican - Signals New World Order time
The Real Jews have always been Black! Bishop Nathanyel of Israel United in Christ uses historical books to show and prove that the Jews have never been white. This is not personal it's strictly biblical.
NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A high-profile New Mexico entrepreneur and Native American activist has been convicted of raping a woman and recording videos of himself doing it. Redwolf Pope has appeared in national TV interviews and TED talks over the years.
This week, he made his appearance in court on trial for raping a woman in a Santa Fe hotel from in 2017. The allegations came to light after Pope’s roommates found videos of Pope appearing to have sex with a number of unconscious women. Friday, a jury found Pope guilty of rape and voyeurism which could mean up to four years in prison. They found him not guilty of the most serious charge of kidnapping which could have carried up to 18 years.
The incredible story of one man acting as a force for good despite overwhelming opposition and danger. His goal: establish human rights for the native peoples of the recently discovered New World.
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Hopi, (literally translated) means a person who behaves in a polite or peaceful way. The Hopi are a communal farming people who reside on and near three mesas in northeastern Arizona. More than nine thousand Hopi live on a 1.5 million-acre reservation that encompasses a dozen villages.
The first known kachina dolls were obtained by traders in 1857. From then on others were picked up sporadically until about the end of the 19th century. Little is known about these except that they were basically simple in style, with slightly detailed masks and simplified bodies.
How Kachina dolls are made
Kachina doll making today involves both tradition and artistry. Kachina dolls are traditionally carved from the roots of cottonwood trees which once were abundant on and near the Hopi lands. The Hopi word for cottonwood root is paako, which means water wood, and the cotton-wood root's ability to seek and find abundant water mirrors the ability of the katsinam to do the same for the Hopi people.
Today's carvers may travel hundreds of miles throughout the Southwest looking for this special material. And some Hopi carvers purchase cottonwood roots from outsiders. Other carvers have resorted to using cottonwood branches, while still others have abandoned using cottonwood altogether in favor of a more abundant and easily obtainable material, such as tupelo, a swamp wood from the southeastern United States.
Tools are adapted to remove bark, to smooth the wood, to form and finish the piece, and often to make any necessary additional parts, such as head pieces, of a tiny rattle or bow, or various body parts. These tools include hand saws, mallets, hatchets, hammers, chisels, rasps, and knives; from pocket to butcher styles.
Formerly dolls were made as a single piece, particularly the simpler ones. Some of those with large headpieces or great ears had these carved as separate pieces, then they were attached to the body. Today arms, legs, headpiece, and sometimes even the head itself may all be carved separately and then joined to the body. Despite the elaborate nature of some of the latter, the doll made from a single piece of wood is still favored above all others by savvy collectors.
After the doll is completely carved and assembled, it is given an all-over whitewash, usually with native kaolin clay, although modern substitutes may be used. Then follows the detailed painting, formerly with native mineral or vegetable dyes, later with water colors or tempera and today with modern acrylics; a superior medium in all respects. Paints were applied in earlier years and for quite some time thereafter with yucca brushes; today any brush may be used, including some of sable.
Various other items are added last. A ruff about the neck was formerly made of green-bough, this followed by substitute materials such as plastics, and with yarns a favored material today. Objects placed in the hands are carefully made, such as rattles, bows, and knives. Jewelry may be painted on the doll, or tin and blue commercial beads may be used to depict silver and turquoise.
Necklaces, bow guards, earrings, and bracelets are also made of these materials. Clothing runs the gamut from carved and painted semblances on the wood to actual pieces of cloth with proper decoration on each garment. Fur from small native animals have long been favored for ruffs about the neck; today these may be replaced by commercial fur. Formerly colored feathers from specific birds were used to decorate the headpieces of specific kachinas; today feathers come from domestic fowl or sparrows, or are carved.
Masks are the most important part of the doll, as is true in the kachina which it represents, for this feature truly identifies the kachina's persona. Certain Hopi customs are reflected in some kachina details; so too are some of their legends or myths. When young girls are ready for marriage their hair is done up in two great whorls, one at each side of the head, as represented in many "Kachin Manas" or female kachinas. However, on Warrior Maiden there is one whorl only, with the hair at the other side of the head hanging loose. The story goes that long ago this maiden was dressing when the enemy suddenly appeared. Although her hair was but half done, she picked up her father's weapons and successfully defended her village.
Native American music plays a vital role in history and education, with ceremonies and stories orally passing on ancestral customs to new generations. Native American ceremonial music is traditionally said to originate from deities or spirits, or from particularly respected individuals. Rituals are shaped by every aspect of song, dance and costuming, and each aspect informs about the makers, wearers and symbols important to the nation, tribe, village, clan, family, or individual. Native Americans perform stories through song, music and dance, and the historical facts thus propagated are an integral part of Native American beliefs. Epic legends and stories about culture heroes are a part of tribal music traditions, and these tales are often an iconic part of local culture.
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Government requires that its people fear it. The state must project power. These two statements are as true today as they have been since small groups of people began attempting to control the rest of humanity. These men and women use violence, lies, and all manner of coercion. We are constantly told that the government of the United States is the sole “super power.” Vietnam struck at the very core of this illusion when the United States government failed to obtain victory in that poor backwoods area of the world. Sure, they had excuses, but they lost. What if I were to tell you that you are unaware of a loss to an even less “powerful” nation? Just after the Civil War, we lost a war that raged right here. The war lasted from 1866-1868 and was named after one of the leaders of the victorious stateless Indian tribes who, at the time, controlled 1/5 of what is now the United States. This Freedom Fighter was Red Cloud and his Sioux and other tribes soundly defeated the U.S. Government. This great warrior is the only American Indian in history to force the Army to sue for peace on his terms.
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It's cultural APPRECIATION! Keep America for Native Americans like us!
Cultural appropriation: not a real thing, except for this obviously offensive outrage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB3AI8Wz-Js