Native American naming ceremony/prayer blanket?

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One would tend to guess that this and a few other visits to my tracker today are from students?

To my

Naming Ceremony Protocol

Why do we have a naming ceremony?

http://mysmudgingblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/naming-ceremony-protocol.html

First thing of the two part question other then I do not know the area of the questionnaire, would be that there are many of our ceremonies that use a blanket.

In our Naming Ceremony the blanket, if the ceremony is a true traditional, is a show to the world that this ceremony has the blessing of Kiehtan (Creator) so the person is wrapped in Kiehtan’s arms and heart and only Kiehtan can give only Kiehtan can take the Sacred Name.

My people the Mohiigan’s of Uncasvillage in Uncasville, Connecticut.

No, Uncasvillage is not Uncasville however, Uncasvillage is in Uncasville.

Uncasville has a casino, Uncasvillage has the oldest so the first Sweat-lodge and Prayer Alter in the Eastern part of Indian Country.

http://www.sachem-uncas.com/sweatlodge.html

AS ALWAYS

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Yes, I have “Sports Heroes”

In his first ever Orlando Magic Hall of Fame ‘Slam Dunk,’ Victor Oladipo placed 2nd then quickly

1st place in my heart!

While wearing his “kids wear pink shirt” he signed autographs, FOR FREE’ mind you “Jonny Football” with children at a cancer victim hospital in his home state.

Victor Oladipo $15,000 to Cancer research plus reading books to children

Former IU basketball standout donates $15,000 to IU Simon Cancer Center

March 12, 2015

Former IU Bloomington basketball standout Victor Oladipo donated $15,000 to breast cancer research at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.

Accepting the check from Victor Oladipo, second from left, are breast cancer researchers, from left, Richard Zellars, M.D.; Linda Han, M.D.; and Bryan Schneider, M.D. | Photo By Tim Yates

Oladipo, now a guard with the Orlando Magic, presented the donation — a share of his winnings from the recent Dunk Cancer social media fundraiser as part of the 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend — at the center on Monday.

“It’s an honor and a blessing to be able to give back first and foremost to the Indiana University family,”

Oladipo told those gathered.

“I felt it was my duty and obligation to give back to this community. What better way to do it than through cancer research.”

http://inscope.iu.edu/weekly-features/2015-03-12-oladipo-donates-to-iusm-inscope.html

Thank God for the change in Indiana, you just don’t know what I know about the

“Old Time Indiana Hoosier!”

This land belongs to all Floridians!

Proposal Would Devote Just 1% of Available Cash to Land

Over 75% of the Florida voters want to preserve our land and voted in the last election to do so.

Florida Congress is still saying

“Bite Me”

Why?

Because they know that Floridians will always vote along party lines instead of the use of wisdom! Party lines means that we will keep voting in the greedy, crooked politician!

Against Voter Wishes, Proposal Would Devote Just 1% of Available Cash to Land Preservation

https://wordsfromsachem.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/florida-congress-is-still-saying/

Eastern’s object to casino bill

Missing Connecticut- NOT!

While it is and will always be true that I am missing Uncasvillage and all that it implies, I do not miss the embarrassing treatment of my people and the land!

Eastern’s object to casino bill

Published March 25. 2015 5:08PM

Updated March 25. 2015 11:06PM

By Brian Hallenbeck

http://www.theday.com/local-business/20150325/easterns-object-to-casino-bill

How to play the Whiteman’s Game and who is good at the game?

The two “Government Controlled Casino Indian’s” want to cut the throats of all other Native American Tribes in Connecticut while being able to build more casinos!

State-recognized Indian tribes hopeful of winning federal recognition are finding fault with proposed legislation that would enable the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to open more casinos around the state.

My ancestors must be extremely dizzy by now turning over in their graves, for this I pray for their peace.

At the very least, someone in a true traditional New England Tribe, if there are any left in New England, should be holding a massive “Crossing Ceremony” so that our ancestors that have crossed since my family’s “Crossing Ceremonies” ending in 1999, might be free from the “New Age dishonorable mortification?”

I will be pleased to join in from my Archinsha (altar) to theirs if needed?

What the many ‘State-Recognized tribes’ do not remember or do not wish to challenge is that the two Government controlled Casino Indians pay the government big money to not allow other tribes to have casinos and if they do, the two government tribes no longer need to pay the government?

There are  at the very least a bakers, no pun intended, dozen State-Recognized tribes in New England to quadruple the payment to the government officials.

What the tribes east of the Mississippi river need to push for is the fact that their tribes have been recognized by their respective states for as long as my ancestors (hundreds of years) and sue (using a Native American Attorney) their states government officials for mistreatment of their citizens!

P.S.

Baker is the 3rd large family in the Mohiigan Tribe!

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A Veteran for the day

Video Diary

A Veteran for the day

Joseph Phillips

http://veterans.ocala.com/

Thank-you for your service “Bosun”!

Posted on 24. May, 2013 by admin in All Videos, World War II

WWII Navy Veteran Joseph Phillips is seen near a gazebo outside the Veterans of Foreign Wars Retirement Home in Fort McCoy, Fla., on Monday, March 11, 2013.

Phillips served in the Solomon Islands and drove a private boat for an admiral.(Jacqui Janetzko/Star-Banner Correspondent)

You help to bring back some memories of my Admiral Andersons (Boston Wheeler)GITMO. http://ussbetelgeuse.com/guantanamo.html

:-)

Vice Admiral William Raborn In Scotland USS Proteus, Hunley,

http://ussbetelgeuse.com/scotland.html

BOSUN

http://ussbetelgeuse.com/boatswain.html

Joseph Phillips

Something’s amiss with charter schools

What’s amiss is the facts!

Too many of our Florida Politicians have their greedy fingers and pockets in Charter Schools!

In case you needed more in-put

Not only my words also the papers are wondering?

https://wordsfromsachem.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/somethings-amiss-with-charter-schools/

Scott’s budget troubling.

Unveiling his “Keep Florida Working” budget in January, Scott proposed pumping $100 million into capital construction for charter schools.

In contrast, the governor offered $60 million in construction funds for roughly 4,000 traditional public schools throughout the state.

OUR OPINION

From Halifax Media Group

 Not only my words also the papers are wondering?

In case you needed more in-put

 Not only my words also the papers are wondering?

In today’s News paper about Scott and the Florida Congress I have written about a number of times!

https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2015/01/16/charter-schools/

Scott’s budget troubling.

Unveiling his “Keep Florida Working” budget in January,

Scott proposed pumping $100 million into capital construction for charter schools.

In contrast, the governor offered $60 million in construction funds for roughly 4,000 traditional public schools throughout the state.

OUR OPINION

From Halifax Media Group

Something’s amiss with charter schools

From Halifax Media Group. This editorial first appeared in the Ocala Star-Banner on March 24

http://www.ocala.com/article/20150324/OPINION/150329879

Although it seems state lawmakers will deny Gov. Rick Scott in his quest to fund K-12 education at a record level, the governor’s aspiration was admirable nonetheless.

Florida traditionally ranks toward the bottom rung of the schools-spending ladder relative to other states, and while we’re unconvinced funding alone determines the proficiency of a state’s education system, that number perhaps reflects where educating children ranks among Florida’s priorities.

Thus, the governor deserves credit for demonstrating that he has made improving Florida’s schools a priority at the outset of his second term.

But we find one area of Scott’s budget troubling.

Unveiling his “Keep Florida Working” budget in January, Scott proposed pumping $100 million into capital construction for charter schools.

That was a 33 percent spike over current expenditures, and equates to about $400 per student for Florida’s nearly 650 charter schools.

In contrast, the governor offered $60 million in construction funds for roughly 4,000 traditional public schools throughout the state.

That amounts to about $24 per student. In other words, for each $1 spent on construction at traditional public schools, charters get roughly $17.

Something is amiss.

Scott obviously is fan of charter schools, as are numerous state lawmakers and the parents of a quarter-million students across the state.

But clearly the governor’s emphasis with construction spending is out of kilter.

Over the past few years, for example, Lake County has received next to nothing from Tallahassee for school repair and maintenance. That is significant considering there are considerable general maintenance needs.

Lastly, consider other capital needs, such as school buses and new computers, which are vital since the state’s new testing regimen is computer-based.

Counties once could assess $2 for each $1,000 of taxable property value to pay for that. In 2010, due to the recession, the state reduced that to $1.50. The dollars flowing into the district’s coffers would have fallen anyway because of the recession-driven plunge in property values, but the additional 25 percent cut added insult to injury.

A Senate proposal, since relaxed and being reworked, would have diverted the first 50 percent of the projected revenue from that tax to charter schools.

The longer public schools are deprived of funding to renovate and repair buildings, to buy the kind of technology our children need to learn and work in the 21st century, and meet our state’s own testing requirements, the longer our schools will lag behind. It is simply a disservice to our students.

Scott and some lawmakers seem dedicated to helping charter schools work. Nothing wrong with that, but the trade-off is that the backbones of traditional public schools in Lake County and elsewhere are crumbling, with either no recognition or consideration of that by Tallahassee. Some parity seems a reasonable place to start. Let’s hope some in the Legislature are listening.

White-boy Jon Keller blew-it

Jon Keller is WBZ-TV News’ Political Analyst, and his “Keller At Large”

http://boston.cbslocal.com/personality/jon-keller/

Keller @ Large: Why Warren Shouldn’t Run For President

CBS Local

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2015/03/23/keller-large-why-warren-shouldnt-run-for-president/

Native American tribes had no record of membership by Warren, and genealogists were unable to confirm any Native American heritage.

As with more then 3/4 of the country

Mr. Keller did not put his brain in gear before he opened his mouth on Elizabeth Warren’s tribal statement!

First,

 I do agree with the rest of his article on why she should not run this time around.

Now to the real facts on the subject.

I have traveled Indian Country many times since my first trip at age six and have met thousands of people calling themselves

“Cherokee Indian”

Most could not show proof however, it was, for the most part, accepted.

Hundreds of Thousands of

” Indians”

State that one or more of their ancestors was a

 “Princess”?

No one until now has ever disputed these hundreds of thousands of claim!

Until now!

In point of fact if their great, great, great, grandmother/grandfather made this clam back in the 1700/1800 hundreds, how could they or I disprove this and why would we wish to?

Warren has received a great deal of criticism since the story first emerged, in large part because no documentation has been found to back up Warren’s claim that she is indeed of Native American ancestry.

No documentation can be found on

“Millions of true Native American”!

Because the first few years of in-door cremation of loved one these cremations were being done

in ‘Wooden Buildings’ and many burnt to the ground along with all records!

At least in the New England Area.

Warren’s great-great-great grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith, was referenced as Cherokee Indian on her son William Crawford’s 1894 marriage license application, a 2006 family newsletter showed.

The document itself was not an actual marriage license, and it has not been located, according to genealogists at the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

SO WHAT, WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL?

Warren also addressed the questions surrounding the lack of documentation in her statement.

“Growing up, my mother and my grandparents and my aunts and uncles often talked about our family’s Native American heritage,

as a kid, I never thought to ask them for documentation- what kid would”?

“But that doesn’t change the fact that it is a part of who I am and part of my family heritage” she said.

In other words, she did not call her ancestors Liars, who would?

Would you call your Grand-Parents Liars?

President of the entire United States of America

People keep asking how long the war?

Allow me Mr. President?

Old poops keep asking about how long this bombing terrorist will be going on?

I am just a little link in a very large gear but I am guessing, until you old farts grab a gun, put your boots on the ground and finish it or until our friends that have their boots on the ground no longer need the help?

However, I can see no reason to put our young people in harm’s way just because you want to watch children of the United States of America die in another countries war because you are tired of it!

What’s the problem?

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I have a thousand “WHY’s”

And here’s another one?

Why in the world should the taxpaying public help repair and/or buy private enterprises like sports stratums and the International Speedway?

Do any of these companies ever give back?

Remember that each is a private company!

Care to guess at,

How many time the NFL football games are blacked out because the team did not full their stadium and why?

Did any team offer help in paying those astronomical prices to sit in their stadiums?

http://prod.preview.jaguars.clubs.nfl.com/assets/images/tickets/2015-SeasonTix_Map_LARGE.jpg

Do taxpayers in Florida get help paying for tickets to the Daytona International Speedway?

http://www.ticketnetwork.com/tix/nascar-xfinity-series-subway-firecracker-250-07-04-2015-tickets-2417374.aspx

Last but by no means least, does the taxpaying public get help buying tickets for the soccer games at the Citrus Bowl and will we at the new stadium they want our help in building?

https://tickets-center.com/search/citrus-bowl-tickets/?venueId=339&venueName=Citrus+Bowl&vaid=549&tagid=207&atid=20002&nid=2&cid=7522973314&kwid=20912280232&akwd=citrus%20bowl%20%2Bticket&dmt=b&bmt=bb&dist=s&uq=citrus%20bowl%202015%20tickets&device=c&ismobile=false&msclkid=4f41f5158cf346afb048c71bad720aa6&vx=0

Most of the ‘taxpaying public in Florida’ are on a fixed income for one reason or another and could never afford to buy tickets let alone the rest of what is needed to park, eat and sit?

Obama Proposals Would End Tax-Subsidized Loans For Sports Stadiums

http://flaglerlive.com/76149/tax-free-bonds-stadiums/

Tax subsidies at work. (Sharib4rd)

The Florida Legislature set aside $7 million to subsidize private sports stadiums this year, with much of the money potentially earmarked for a new soccer stadium in Orlando, for the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, and to the NFL’s Jaguars in Jacksonville.

In addition to direct state subsidies, such stadium projects can also rely on tax-free bonds, which amount to another form of tax subsidies.

President Obama’s budget proposes to end such tax-free bonds. Stateline reports.