Protocols for a Native American Naming Ceremony (2)

Protocols for

a Native American Naming Ceremony


 Sacred Naming Ceremony Protocol (2)

This my followers and friends

is why I do not respect anyone

that copies



other people’s knowledge.

Usually for some type of benefit to themselves!

Mistakes happen and their readers will never know

unless the correct person with the correct knowledge

corrects the mistakes!

A few of the things that were drilled into my head

from every teacher at our meetings

from all over

New York, New Jersey and New England

is to never use words like




give honor to anyone or thing

other than Creator.

Ceremonies are prayers to Creator,

usually for

a Blessing from Creator.


Welcome Roselle Park, New Jersey

To one of our postings about a ceremony

we call

Sacred Naming Ceremony Protocol.



People of our everyday life


Charities & Organizations



Rights & Customs

Protocols for a Native American Naming Ceremony

I write about what my elders were teaching me while growing up around them.

Being that all of my elders are now my ancestors,

I teach out of respect!

All of our ceremonies and our culture is built around

“Prayer to Creator!”

And is built around


Nothing more!

Nothing Less!


is a

Non-Native concept


for thousands of years has brought a lot of

hate, murder, slavery, race and wars!

(That is why

the following statement

is so wrong)!

A Native American naming ceremony

is a sacred religious event.

The specific rituals and practices


but some elements are common to all tribes.

Native American religion

was banned for a time by the U.S. government and changes have crept in among the old practices.

But in essence, the meaning and reverence given to the ceremony has remained together

with certain formalities.

Alamogordo, New Mexico


Welcome to our visitor


Alamogordo, New Mexico

To one of our postings about one of our ceremonies from our culture.

American Indian burial prayer



Please remember the distance from your town



(New Mexico),

from our people over on the

east coast of Indian Country.


if not all of our ceremonies

might differ from tribes

in and around your area.

I am proud to say that I was blessed twice

with a pass through your area

on our way from the east coast

to the west coast



some years ago.

I enjoyed my visit


if Creator be willing

would like many more visits.

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How’s your, “Change Working?”


The people in the state of Florida

that voted for Trump

are dreadfully quiet these days.

I wonder why?

Exception seems to be


“Rich Snow Birds”

down from northern states.


by the way,

voted in Florida!

If you are not the rich and voted for him because you want change.

How do you like him now?


every one of his picks to rule with him

is old,






all three.

Yes, my neighbors, where will be change!

Good Luck if you do not qualify as him elite friends.

The old politicians

now in Trumps circle,

are the ones that you wanted a change from.


just how do you think those



in his circle

are going to vote?

Remember if you will.

The country voted for real change


President Hillary Clinton.



Electoral College,

the rich in your state,

voted for



The number of electoral college votes to be cast by each state was last adjusted by state population totals from the 2010 decennial census conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Results of the decennial census are also used in apportionment – the process by which the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives is divided among the states.

Here is the list of electoral votes to be cast by each state in the 2016 presidential election.

[ Requirements to Serve as President ]



A Voting Machine or Computer is only as honest

as the people behind the scene

when the voting is closed!

With our machine,

you place your ballot into the machine;

you assume that it will be country.



the machine changes the number of votes

but does nothing with your vote.

Your ballot is in the hands of the person removing it

from the machine


counting it.

Our voting building,

only has republicans,

of course they are all honest,

in that building.

Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan


Welcome Grand Valley State University

Allendale, Michigan

 To one of our blogs about our people

Did you find what you were looking for?

If do please try this post.

Welcome Germany

Welcome to the visitor from Germany

To our no longer use tripod site


Tripod was sold.

Sachem Uncas on Tripod

If you need more information about our people.

Please visit our


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Navy Cross review complete


Navy recommends 2 for Medal of Honor;

Navy Cross review complete


Published: December 6, 2016


Two Navy Cross recipients honored for acts of valor in Afghanistan or Iraq instead deserved the Medal of Honor for their actions and are being nominated for an upgrade, the Navy said Tuesday.

The announcement,

first reported by USA Today, is part of a review of all Silver Stars and service crosses awarded since Sept. 11, 2001.

As part of the review, the Navy has also determined that an unspecified number of Silver Stars will be upgraded to Navy Crosses.

The names of the two service members awarded the Navy Crosses, the service’s second-highest medal, have not been made public.

The department-wide medals review was directed by former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in 2014

after questions arose about how there appeared to be so few Medal of Honor recipients from more than a decade of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Navy is the first to announce its findings. The service did not specify whether the Medal of Honor nominees were Marines or sailors.

Rosa Peralta accepts the Navy Cross from Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on behalf of her son USMC Sgt. Rafael Peralta on Jun 8, 2015 at a ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif.

Peralta was 25 when he was killed Nov. 15, 2004, in Fallouja, Iraq.

Marines who were there insist that,

as he lay dying, Peralta reached out and scooped up an enemy grenade, absorbing the blast and saving the lives of fellow Marines.

Many say he deserved the Medal of Honor.

Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times/TNS

Slain Marine’s family accepts Navy Cross after fight for Medal of Honor

Sgt. Rafael Peralta U.S. Marine Corps

Lawmakers say new evidence shows Marine deserves Medal of Honor

To date,

there have been four Medal of Honor recipients for actions in Iraq, all awarded posthumously.

There have been 14 Medal of Honor recipients for actions in Afghanistan.

Earlier this year, the services told Stars and Stripes that a total of 1,357 medals were being reviewed to determine whether they should be upgraded.

The Army is reviewing 785 Silver Star and Distinguished Service Cross awards; the Navy, including the Marines, reviewed 425 Navy Cross and Silver Star medals, and the Air Force is reviewing 147 medals, including 135 Silver Stars and 12 Air Force Crosses. None of the medals under review would be downgraded,

officials said.

Capt. Patrick McNally,

a spokesman for Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, said

the secretary had

“recommended that two Navy Cross recipients be considered for the Medal of Honor.”

Those recommendations would have to be approved by the president


the Pentagon might need to get a waiver from Congress

depending on when the act of valor took place, because law stipulates Medals of Honor must be awarded within five years of the action.

McNally also said the Navy has completed its review of potential Silver Stars that will be upgrades to Navy Crosses.

Upgrading an award from Silver Star to a service cross only needs approval from the service secretary.

“Those are complete and will be awarded in individual ceremonies,”

McNally said.

He could not say how many Navy Crosses would be awarded or when it will happen.



Pearl Harbor 75 years after “date which will live in infamy”


Pearl Harbor 75th anniversary:

World War II vets recall

“date which will live in infamy”

Pay close attention to what the experts have to say about having a “Complete Bully” running your county.

Ask a Vet!


Among those who served in the military, December 7, 1941, is still remembered

as the “date which will live in infamy”

that President Franklin D. Roosevelt

described in addressing a stunned nation the day after the attack.

Few learned of the attack faster

than Adone “Cal” Calderone, 96, of Massillon,

who was enjoying a cup of coffee

when he felt the first of seven Japanese torpedoes slam into his battleship, the USS West Virginia, at Pearl Harbor.

Calderone would make a treacherous escape from the sinking ship by swimming up through a flooded ventilation shaft to emerge in a scene of fiery death and destruction. Only later that night would the impact of the attack hit, as Calderone thought to himself, “Holy cripe, what the hell happened here?”

Today, just remembering that narrow escape still bothers him. Even worse is the feeling that “I still can’t get over the loss of life,” he said. “It’s a little emotional.”

Remembering Germany, Japan, Italy, China, Russia, Iraqi, Iran, Cuba, Syria, Brazil, Rome, Babylon, Canaan, Amalek, and the Philistines.

Will the United States of America be next on this list?


Army Corps of engineers will not approve pipeline


Army Corps Will Not Grant Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline Crossing

By Michael Edison Hayden


Catherine Thorbecke

Dec 4, 2016, 10:56 PM ET

The Latest:


Standing Rock Leader Heralds Pipeline Decision

By The Associated Press


Dec 5, 2016, 10:53 AM ET

My prayers are still with you brothers and sisters

This old body cannot go outside in temperature below 60°

However, my prayers and heart have been with you from day one.

“Dirty Donald,” might try to squash this.

Then we might be stuck with “Crazier Mike Pence!”


Mr. President please help to stop the abuse of your citizens


‘Mosaic Radioactive Water’ is in the news once again


Mosaic radioactive polluted water

is on


WESH 2 News

once again

As seen on our WESH 2 News channel

Orlando this morning

Sunday December 4th 2016


Alex Villarreal


Dave Cocchiarella

Our weather person.

well csvg5xyweaepck5

Tomorrow Monday 5th 2016, will be a meeting on the Mosaic Well “Giant sinkhole,”

that dumped millions of gallons of radioactive polluted water into the Florida Aquifer

I cannot believe


(all of the media and every person in )

are not up in arms about the

Many polluted water leaks from this company?

This ‘Sinkhole’ leak is into our drinking water people!

I was not able to find the latest report so this is the best out on the net!


Mosaic announced it will continue, through 2018,

testing wells within a FOUR mile radius of the sinkhole

that opened at its Mulberry fertilizer plant.


testing will be quarterly in 2017


twice a year in 2018.

Testing began in September,

shortly after

Target 8 revealed 215 million gallons

of contaminated

water drained into the aquifer.

Mosaic claims a private company it hired,

Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc.,

has conducted tests on 1,200 private wells.

According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection,

67 wells showed they contained contaminant levels that exceed the government’s drinking water standard.

But the department states none of those wells was impacted by the water that escaped from the sinkhole at the plant.

While Mosaic and the state contend the contaminated water is contained on site,

some neighbors just don’t have a lot of confidence in the testing that’s going on.

“I have zero comfort,”

Kristie Simpson said.

Simpson lives about five and a half miles west of the sinkhole.

She was told tests on her well showed the water was safe to drink.

“Then later on my water started smelling different;

there’s a lot of black stuff coming out of the pipes.

My neighbors have that problem too,”

Simpson said.

She claims she wanted her well tested for arsenic and other contaminants and was refused.

Now she buys purified water and has filters on her showers.

At the root of her distrust is that the DEP waited for three weeks,

until after Target 8 broke the story,

to make public the threat of potential contamination.

“So right there, there is zero integrity,”

Simpson said.

She said Mosaic’s plan to test only wells within that four mile radius

for another two years

in not good enough.

Mosaic contends the ground water in the area of the sinkhole moves about 500 feet per month.

If that’s the case,

Simpson argues the wells in the area should be tested

for 20 or 30 years.

Mosaic also stopped delivering bottled water to wells where tests came back

within Environmental Protection Agency drinking water standards.

It will continue delivering water through this month for those wells

in which contaminants exceed standards.

Fertilizer company announces new water testing plan in Polk

Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016

The Associated Press


The Mosaic Co. has announced a new, limited water well testing program in an effort to reassure Polk and Hillsborough county residents about the safety of their drinking water following a major environmental accident in September.

The Lakeland Ledger


reports the company has sent out letters to more than 200 residents near its fertilizer plant with an offer to test wells every three months next year and twice in 2018.

Mosaic has provided free bottled water to testing participants until they receive results.

It will continue providing bottled water for new requests within the 4-mile limit.

The massive sinkhole at the fertilizer plant should be plugged by spring, months after contaminated water and waste began flowing into Florida’s main drinking water aquifer.

Information from:

The Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.),

Big business should not be allowed to buy into our government.

MR. President please help to stop the abuse of your citizens


William C. Storey Sr



(as a citizen of this country),

stand with the


Standing Rock Protestor Citizens of this country.

President Barrack Obama

As a long time voting citizen,

twice for you my friend,


knowing your background

in the law of this land.

I ask you,


citizen to citizen,


to help stop

this unlawful abuse


of your people,

their drinking water


the land.

Big business should not be allowed to buy into our government.


Thank you Senator Harry Reid

for your stand

with the

legal protest

of the land in question.

Harry Reed stands with Standing Rock Protestors

Senator Harry Reid took to the Senate floor today to show his support for the peaceful resolution to the protests surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Our people have been abused by this government

at some place on our land daily since 1492.

It is about time this stopped.

Protest against North Dakota pipeline held in Fort Lauderdale