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MITAKUYE OYASIN – Introduction
I don’t know about you, but I am bored stiff with the same old TV shows about the paranormal, the numerous ‘teams’ out there running around with their ghost detection instruments, shouting in amazement when those very same instruments register something they were designed to register (not ghosts), and for which is immediately relegated to be of paranormal sources?
I will be bringing to you a series of discussions with a man who currently practices his indigenous tribe’s medicine to help others affected by negative afflictions of the body and mind. I will be talking about techniques he uses and his knowledge about the supernatural that he has experienced and that has also been passed down to him through generations.
If you are a believer in the paranormal in general, you may find these reports to be an enlightening and important data contribution to paranormal research. At the very least, they will be an educational opportunity to increase awareness of a seldom talked about side of the paranormal, one that existed long ago and despite the best efforts of many, has survived and been passed down through generations.
These two quotes are but a small sample about the theme to be discussed:
We Indians live in a world of symbols and images where the spiritual and commonplace are one… We try to understand them not with the head but with the heart – John Fire Lame Deer
I was a soldier in Germany when I visited a death camp. I remember the ashes swirling around inside kilns of misery. A huge mound where 5000 humans were buried. “Something horrible happened here.” A dark energy pervaded. I get the same vibe when I go to Wounded Knee. – Lakota Man
Stay tuned… I hope to bring you a view into a world seldom seen, experienced or talked about in popular paranormal circles today.