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Creation Narration of the Seneca People 3 Replies

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Elder's Meditation of the Day (Shared)

Elder’s Meditation of the Day July 2

“If I destroy you, I destroy myself. If I honor you, I honor myself.”
 Hunbatz Men, MAYAN.
It is said, when we need love the most is when we deserve it the least. Whenever I have secret…
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Posted by Aonbo on July 2, 2022 at 9:52am

FYI: We Were not "Governments" in 1492, We Were Kinship Societies by Gabe Galanda 5/18/2018

We were not “governments” in 1492.

We were not “nations” in 1787.

We were not “citizens” in 1823 or 1832.

We were kinship societies when Columbus arrived to Haiti, when

the framers drafted the Constitution, and when Chief Justice John

Marshall authored the Marshall Trilogy.

We belonged to our societies as members, as in family members,

not as citizens. We were self-governing, but we were not governments.

“Native nations” and “tribal…

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Posted by Aonbo on June 11, 2022 at 8:29am

SHE BECAME THE MOTHER OF MY CHILD

Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on May 7, 2022 at 11:30am

NOTICIAS DE "La Nueva Moneda Soberana"

He estado tratando de llegar a los "líderes" de los pueblos indígenas. La idea era asegurarse de que la gente conozca la nueva moneda que puede beneficiar a la población indígena. Si no está siendo informado sobre esa nueva moneda, se quedará atrás. Esa moneda se liberará el lunes 25 que es hoy, o el martes 26. Sus líderes deberían haberles informado sobre esta nueva moneda que he estado enviando por correo electrónico y publicando aquí. Una vez que liberen la moneda, esa liberación de…

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Posted by Oracle Druid on April 25, 2022 at 11:36am

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1.) Dayvanna Mitchell-Screiner

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Aonbo posted a blog post

Elder's Meditation of the Day (Shared)

Elder’s Meditation of the Day July 2“If I destroy you, I destroy myself. If I honor you, I honor myself.” Hunbatz Men, MAYAN.It is said, when we need love the most is when we deserve it the least. Whenever I have secret thoughts about someone else, it will put bad feelings inside myself. I will hurt myself. If I secretly hold a grudge or resentment against my brother or sister, I will be a slave to that person until I let them go. Let me remember to look at my brother in a sacred manner. Today,…See More
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Michelle Lopez Wellansky left a comment for Council Of Women
"Taiguey, my friends!  Does anyone know of any New Moon Ceremonies that are being done regularly?  I'm very thankful to participate in Caney Full Moon Ceremonies, but I'd love to participate in New Moon Ceremonies for women as…"
Jun 20
Aonbo posted a blog post

FYI: We Were not "Governments" in 1492, We Were Kinship Societies by Gabe Galanda 5/18/2018

We were not “governments” in 1492.We were not “nations” in 1787.We were not “citizens” in 1823 or 1832.We were kinship societies when Columbus arrived to Haiti, whenthe framers drafted the Constitution, and when Chief Justice JohnMarshall authored the Marshall Trilogy.We belonged to our societies as members, as in family members,not as citizens. We were self-governing, but we were not governments.“Native nations” and “tribal citizens” are racial formations, established by the colonizer under…See More
Jun 16
Clayton Hall is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Jun 7
Miguel Sague Jr commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Arawakan Dance Tradition
"I am honored by your words datiao Aonbo"
Jun 5
Miguel Sague Jr shared their blog post on Facebook
May 31
Rene Santos LaSanta II is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
May 25
Jazmine is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
May 22
Rene Santos Lasanta updated their profile
May 21
Jeffry Mucaro Blake Johnson replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Creation Narration of the Seneca People
"Hahom for this beautiful telling of Sky Woman’s story with gorgeous art as well, atiao! It is very  interesting about the similarities! "
May 18
Miguel Sague Jr replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Creation Narration of the Seneca People
"Many parallels and similarities. That is why I have always been interested in the culture of these people."
May 18
Michelle Lopez Wellansky replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Creation Narration of the Seneca People
"Hahom, brother.  I have been fascinated with the story of Sky Woman and how culturally similar the Iroquois are to us!"
May 17
Rene Santos Lasanta is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
May 13
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