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Remember; each time you see any ‘Traditionalist’ in prayer, with a pipe (Sacred or not), the stem of that pipe points toward Creator for a ‘Blessing’ from ‘Creator’, never a blessing from ‘creation for Creator’!
Creator looks for your fear (Love), and does not need you to bless Creator!

A few updates to the About Page, at the top of this blog.

About me
Gender MALE
Industry Religion
Occupation Retired
Location Uncasvillage, Connecticut, United States
Introduction Help keep the culture and ceremonies alive in the hearts and minds of our people. I Ohjieshan Walkingfox wish to remind you that only Creator can bless, never to be mistaken as a blessing from any creation. I am a retired Traditional Native American Spiritual teacher from the New England area, now retired to central Florida. My interests have always been the teaching of our ancestors and how to incorporate their ways into our modern way of life taught to them by our Creator through my elders! https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/
Interests Spirituality, Teaching, Native American, Creator, God, Jesus, New England Indians (Native Americans)!

I am planning on writing a little per posting one posting at a time as time permits about our gatherings and the following subjects.

The Moiigans (Maïngan – Yáw – Wolf-People).

New England, Paw-paus, powwow, Intertribal, Fire Keeper (Keeper of the Fire),Circle, Head Veteran, Grand Entry, MC, Head man dance , Head Women Dancer and the many dancing while enjoying our gatherings, Uncasvillage, Spirituality, Funeral, Creator, Drum (Heartbeat), Gift, Herbs, Walkingfox, The Four Directions (Shehukte Kina kihouk), The Four Sacred Corners (Shehukte Kina Konacya), Sage, Sweet Grass Kinnick – Kinnick, Tobacco.

What are the Mohiingan sacred prayers?

If you have an interest on a my people, gathering or a part of a gathering my our people, now is your chance to have it included, if possible on this page?

As always we do not include information sacred to our ancestors as explained many time on past websites and postings, sorry.

Sacred ceremonies are complete each time as long as the Spiritual Leader feels the blessing from Creator and no recording devices.

If you are new to our blog or have questions please feel free to ask?


sachemwalkingfox at outlook.com

On this page is a short list of what you should find on the following pages.

1~ Some of the information about who what and why this blog.

2~ So who is this person called Walkingfox and how did he get his knowledge?

3~ A story written by an elder about Sachem.

4~ Who and why we are the last of the true royal Pequot/Mohegan family.

5~The real story about the first of the royal family,  Sachem Uncas.

6~ The broken line of the true royal family.

7~ Short bio of the Pequot/Mohegan people.


If you are not descended from Sachem ( She-Chaim Unkas) Uncas, you are not a Mohegan?
July 18, 2013 / shechaimspeaks /
If you travel around the internet, read some of the newest books about my people, watch television or try to follow someone’s genealogy, it ends up as everybody is related to the first leader of the Mohegan native people, Uncas, Mohegan Sachem.
Sachem Uncas, (son of Owaneco a Pequot), Sachem Owaneco (son of Uncas), Attawanhood (Joshua son of Uncas), John Uncas (son of Uncas), Sachem Cesar Uncas (son of Owaneco), Sachem Isaiah Uncas. Ben Uncas, Ben Uncas 2nd, Ben Uncas 3rd.
Whatever happened to the Pequot’s that followed Chief Poquiam (Unkas) away from Sachem Sassacus, settled on the west side of the Pequot river and followed Chief Poquiam (Unkas) their new Sachem now known as Uncas?
Remember that there was well over one hundred warriors and their women and children.
Once these people excepted Uncas as their leader, he became their Sachem, they became the old long gone original Mohiingan’ s and his people, the tribe that was forced from their old homeland along the great lakes.
As usual with non natives doing the recording, the name changed down through the years and we became known as the Mohegans.
Now we must back up a little further into our past and we will find that the Pequot’s were first called the Pequins ( Dutch name for destroyer), however, we know that they are really a farming peaceful tribe known as the Mohiingan people, forced to leave their home up and over to the west at the Great Lakes that through the years learned from their enemy how to fight for their lives.
Someone needs to explain to these “Decedents” that it is not necessary to be of royal blood to be a Casino Indian?
While we are on the subject, I would like to know who told our people who there were no more Mohegan Sachems after Sachem Ben Uncas the 3rd and what happened to the rest of the Royal blood line?
I know what happened, what I want is for those saying that there are no more to please explain?
A quick word about our New England people.
Patriarchy/Matriarch Society?
The original people of this area were all of a Matriarch family, as in filtering, annihilation, assimilation and pollution set in now some are of the Patriarchy and no longer our people.

It has come to our attention that people wish to profit from our writings?

Donna,( tahtonka.com) trained 8 years in college about indigenous people and has been working closely with our attorneys making sure that the rights to write and any/all would be income gets to our indigenous people.

One is always allowed to enjoy the writings, re-blog with credit, writing to profit is a direct insult to our ancestors.

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27 thoughts on “About Page

  1. I looked for a place to comment on your June 26 post about people in India’s feelings towards dogs and cows, but couldn’t find one there. I’ve visited India many times, and I’m sorry, but your observations are woefully incorrect. They are stereotypes and are so incorrect I wouldn’t know where to start to correct them. I know you wouldn’t think much of people who might make similar incorrect and stereotypical remarks about Native Americans — so please be kind enough not to do this to others. I’m sure you meant no harm, but please think first, and please write the truth about what you know — not fantasies about what you don’t know. Thank you.


    • Everything written on that site is 100% correct noticed from my visits to India and after checking the internet people seem to agree?
      I believe that I started the posting asking for help, one would guess that looking for help from you is a slap in the face?
      I did ask for help?
      Veteran denied motel room in Daytona Beach Florida
      People of India (Hindus) consider pets unclean
      OK, I’m looking for a little help from my followers on this because it needs to come out but,
      I wish to not hurt anyone however, I have written about far too many personal experiences in my travels and it is only getting worse!
      Why do India (Hindus) people in America hate dogs?
      Best internet answer.
      Hindus people consider dogs (Pets) unclean so they must wash if they touch or it touches them.
      Why do people from India worship cows?
      Best internet answer.
      Indians (Hindus people) do not actually worship the cow itself, as it is seen as a taboo.
      The cow in Hinduism is seen as the symbol of life.
      Well sounds like another oxymoron to me?
      Is not a cow also unclean?
      Is it not right for people in the country you came over to also allowed to consider our pets as, the symbol of life?
      Veteran denied motel room in Daytona Beach because he had service dog
      Bottom line with this is rather simple?
      Everyone should have a right to their beliefs, religious and most others, so if you are Hindu and believe that our pet is unclean and you are thinking about running a hotel, motel or Inn, in a pet friendly town, DON’T!
      You should re-think your thinking!!!
      This is not the ‘unusual’ my friends, this is the ‘normal’ for Hindu managers and workers!
      Some of my past posting.
      Pets not welcome
      Hindu beliefs in Native America?
      Not Friendly


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    • Mavadelo
      You should ask questions whenever you have a question, if the question is addressed to me, I will do my best to answer.
      Sorry, I have never heard of this before.
      I can connect the letter on both of my palms and I am nothing special.
      Plus, ask Donna, I am not a girl.
      Sorry, little joke.
      One does not have to have our blood to be a leader or special, it sounds like an ad on from a ‘new age Indian’?
      Thousands of our people, yours and mine, have ancestors that mingled in our past.
      Normans and the Moiigans (Maïngan – Yáw – Wolf-People).
      Thank you for your question my friend, come back soon?


  3. Hi there!! Good to see you and be here with you! On another note … Hey!! Thanks for stopping by “It Is What It Is” … and the follow. Hope you enjoy your visits there!! Hugs … Peace!!’ __/l\__

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Taw-but-ni (Thank-you for the visit).

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