Stories about Native American Shaman

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Medicine man or Shaman stories?

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Our medicine man of the eastern woodland Indians is not a Shaman.

You may wish to look west of the Mississippi river?

Before crossing (passing), my ancestors made me promise to teach and preach our past, present and future for as long as I can this I still do today.

An Eastern Woodland American Native person (Medicine man, Medicine woman) is NEVER a show off, because he and she must answer to Kiehtan (Creator) if they do.

A medicine women is a collector of herbs (Kinnick, Kinnick) for the Medicine Man.

Before their passing, my ancestors made me promise to teach our past, present and future for as long as I can.

BFC (Before Casinos) one would never find a Medicine-Woman or a Medicine-Man dressed in the ‘New Are costumes’!

For sure you would never catch one in native regalia while doing the Creators business.

So, an Eastern Woodland American Native person (Medicine-man, Medicine-woman) is NEVER  a show off.

Because he and she must answer to creator if they do.

In today’s world it seems to be a habit for wannabes to find an audience and look foolish trying to be a native?

A Medicine-Women is a collector of particular group of herbs (Kinnick, Kinnick) for the Medicine-Man.

A Medicine Man uses these particular group of herbs to do many things being directed to do by Kiehtan’s (Creator) blessing.

Before first contact, a time when we were overrun by Europeans and their beliefs, there were no Shamans, Witches or War-Lochs among my people.

There are shaman in India and many countries around the world, this may be what is bringing on the confusion because now they are also in ‘New age Indian Nations’?

Our medicine people, men and women, are not actors or politicians, witches, war lochs, or magicians, they are just people doing the Creators work the only way that creator wishes the work to be done, with respect to the person or persons involved.

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