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True Ghost Stories: Tales of the Natural, Supernatural, and Just Plain Weird

By the time he was five, Derrick knew there was something different about his life. His home, for example, gave off some special energy that he clearly felt. His mother explains to Derrick and his siblings that her unusu [...]

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My Road to the Sundance: My Vision Continues

This is the true story of Manny Twofeathers's spiritual journey. Of Mixblood ancestry, he was reared a Catholic. In late adulthood, he found the ritual. [...]

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What I've Always Known: Living in Full Awareness of the Earth

From Publishers Weekly In this continuation of his spiritual autobiography, Going Native, Harmer shares his search for a deeper knowledge of the earth and its spirits. The memoir is set in the 19 [...]

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Dahnmon's Fantastic Dream

Preface This is a tall tale or is it? Can a man journey back in time with his sub-conscience? You will see a true account about the nature of our Native Americans. I tell the tale in fiction but use facts as to how they [...]

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I Survived 2012 Daily Journal

Review December 21, 2012 is now a worldwide phenomenon and what this date signifies is quite controversial. The main debate is whether 2012 signifies the day the world will end or does it signify [...]

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Painting the Dream: The Visionary Art of Navajo Painter David Chethlahe Paladin (Park Street Press)

Review A well-balanced monograph of a man and artist who led an astonishing life. . . . a fascinating book. -- New Mexico MagazinePainting the Dream is a treasure. It not only delights the eye bu [...]

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The Making of a Healer: Teachings of My Oneida Grandmother

Review 'The Making of a Healer is a powerful and important book! Russell FourEagles beautifully honors his grandmother's timeless wisdom and shares a wealth of ceremonies to assist in our persona [...]

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The Theft of the Spirit

From Publishers Weekly Hammerschlag ( The Dancing Healers ), for 14 years Chief of Psychiatry with the Indian Health Service, explains in this well-told memoir how he learned from Native American [...]

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Medicine Seeker: A Beginner’s Walk on the Pathway to Native American Spirituality

Review Medicine Seeker can serve as a valuable walk on the pathway of Native Spirituality for people who wish to discover and learn the value and credibility of Native American heritage, culture, [...]

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Led by Spirit: The Autobiography of a Native American Spirit Caller

Sha'la Light Wolf shares her dynamic story of growing up in the backwoods of Kentucky and southern Indiana where she lived in extreme poverty with her family. A Native American descendant born with the gift of second sig [...]

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My Road to the Sundance: My Vision Continues

This is the true story of Manny Twofeathers's spiritual journey. Of Mixblood ancestry, he was reared a Catholic. In late adulthood, he found the ritual. [...]

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The Way It Is: One Water, One Air, One Mother Earth

Review In this timely and important book, Western Shoshone spiritual leader Corbin Harney tells us not only 'the way it is', but also the way it will be - unless we act to stop the increasing con [...]

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Mad Jesus: The Final Testament of a Huichol Messiah from Northwest Mexico

Review .' . . strangely haunting book. . . utterly convincing and unforgettable.''Knab is a skilled storyteller. . . a book that kept my attention riveted to the page.'.' . . fascinating tale of [...]

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What I've Always Known: Living in Full Awareness of the Earth

From Publishers Weekly In this continuation of his spiritual autobiography, Going Native, Harmer shares his search for a deeper knowledge of the earth and its spirits. The memoir is set in the 19 [...]

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When Spirits Touch the Red Path

When the times that are on you are filled with confusion and uncertainty, you will have need of great truths. When the times that are on you no longer show you the path to travel as clearly as you could once see it, you [...]

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Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux

The most famous Native American book ever written, Black Elk Speaks is the acclaimed story of Lakota visionary and healer Nicholas Black Elk (1863–1950) and his people during the momentous, twilight years of the ni [...]

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The Unlikely Peace at Cuchumaquic: The Parallel Lives of People as Plants: Keeping the Seeds Alive

Review ?The Unlikely Peace at Cuchumaquic is like one of the seeds Mart?n Prechtel describes. When planted in fertile ground, the words and thoughts and images and prayers will grow into a life-g [...]

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I Survived 2012 Daily Journal

Review December 21, 2012 is now a worldwide phenomenon and what this date signifies is quite controversial. The main debate is whether 2012 signifies the day the world will end or does it signify [...]

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True Ghost Stories: Tales of the Natural, Supernatural, and Just Plain Weird

By the time he was five, Derrick knew there was something different about his life. His home, for example, gave off some special energy that he clearly felt. His mother explains to Derrick and his siblings that her unusu [...]

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Gift of Power: The Life and Teachings of a Lakota Medicine Man

Amazon.com Review Gift of Power is a classic story of one man's journey through alienation and struggle to epiphany and redemption. Archie Fire Lame Deer embodies the Native American struggle for [...]

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