George Mason University

thtyemlgok

The post that you clicked onto is extremely important to anyone wishing to learn and respect our ways.

Thank-you for asking your question.

O.K.

That said.

What’s in a word?

Well in many cases (A Lot).

For instance, in a Christian Bible ‘Word’ is their ‘God’.

While talking about our people, you are included in this,

Gatekeeper is a person allowing you to pass into an occult circle.

Not in any of our Traditional ceremonies or in our culture.

In a Traditionalist Sacred Circle, the person standing in the east, if there is someone there, is offering tobacco (Kinnick-Kinnick) to all wishing to ask Kiehtan for a blessing.

In other words, (a little play on words if you well)?

All are welcome.

thtyemlgok

Welcome to our visitor from George Mason University

https://www2.gmu.edu/

thffv

Fairfax, Virginia

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/

To one of our posting about a traditionalist circle.

Native American Gate keeper?

02/22/2012

http://mysmudgingblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/native-american-gate-keeper.html

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