Geothermal Energy


A modern way to heat, cool and power the country

using old equipment we like to call

Mother Earth!

The Earth’s total heat content has been calculated at 12.6 x 1024 megajoules,

which would meet the world’s current energy needs for several billion years.

Tapping a mere fraction of this energy resource could make

a substantial reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

Geothermal power plants have three components,

3 components

A reservoir,

A heat source


A turbine or generator that produces electricity.

There are also three types of geothermal power plants:

Dry steam plants

Flash steam plants

Binary cycle power plants


Environmental Impacts of Geothermal Energy

As with every type of work with machinery one must be able to use ones head while drilling?

There is lies the Rub!

Geothermal well drilling and plant operations can adversely affect geologic stability, triggering subsidence,

the sinking of land surfaces to lower levels, the raising of land to higher levels, sinkholes and earthquakes.

Global Warning

Four Sacred Colors Earth

Welcome to the visitor from the City of Jacksonville North Carolina

fourbsaxred conors eaeth

I believe looking for the four directions?

fourbsaxred conors eaeth (four sacred colors of earth).

We of this tribe do not use four direction or four colors however, you did come to our postings so, if I can help, this is our Six Colors of our people used in our Friendship Pipe Ceremony?

Red ~, Yellow, Black, White, Green, Blue the Mohiigan colors.

Red is the east; It is where the star of knowledge appears.

Red is the rising sun bringing us a new day we thank Kiehtan our Great Spirit, for each new day that we are allowed to live upon Mother Earth.

From knowledge springs wisdom and goodness and we are thankful, for the morning sun that rises in the east.

Knowledge shall become the beginning of peace throughout this world.

Yellow ~The south is yellow. Mother Earth gives us growth, gives us all that sustains us, and herbs that heal us.

She brings forth the bounty of warm south wind and the yellow so that we think of strength, growth and physical healing and a time for planting.

Black ~ is the water; the life-giving rains come from the west,

where the thunder beings live Water is life. Black stands for the spirit world where we shall all enter someday.

What we do or do not do upon this earth, we shall carry with us over into that spirit world.

We shall all join together and either be ashamed or proud of how we treated one another, how we respected or disrespected our Mother Earth.

How we respected or disrespected all living things made by Kiehtan the Great Creator of creation.

White ~ is for the north power strength, endurance, purity, truth stands for the north.

The north covers our Mother Earth with the white blanket of cleansing snow the snow prevents many sicknesses.

Courage and endurance these strengths we seek and wish to be blessed.

Green ~ is the color for Mother Earth.

Every particle of us comes from her through the food we take from her daily.

We all start out as tiny seeds, we have grown to our present state and status through what she provides, she is truly our mother and must be acknowledged and respected.

Blue ~ is for our Creator, Kiehtan some times known as Father Sky, that gives us energy from the sun.

Father Sky provides the energy that moves our bodies.

Father Sky has daily communion with our mother.

Together, they are our true parents.

May Blessing fall on all that read this postings from our Creator Kiehtan?


Native American ‘grandfather’ as God

Welcome to the visitor from the City of Bellingham Washington

Looking for information about

Native American ‘grandfather’ as God?

Why do Native Americans call their god grandfather?

Very good question.

Our ancestors relate to age, as with time in our culture, Mother Earth and everything on and around her as wisdom.

A grandmother (Objiasan) is Mother Earth or grandfather (Ohjieshan) is Kiehtan Creator and a male and/or female that has lived the culture and teaching of the ancestors are wise with age.

Since (Kiehtan) Creator created everything including grandmother and grandfather and grandmother and grandfather cannot create Creator, it would therefore make perfect sense to call Creator Grandfather, would it not?


Mother Earth we call Objiasan.

So we call the eldest female in knowledge about our culture and wisdom to apply it in today’s world Objiasan, Head Clan Mother.


Planet Earth Study:

8.8 billion Earth-size, just-right planets


Every religion, every book on religion, every person of religion and non believers cannot show that their Supreme Being wanted this planet to be all alone?

No one can find where it states in a religious book that our little planet in all of this universe is the only one favored by our/their Supreme Being?

The human race never ceases to amaze me.

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

Genesis 1:1-1:11?

Study: 8.8 billion Earth-size, just-right planets

As for what it says about the odds that there is life somewhere out there, it means “just in our Milky Way galaxy alone, that’s 8.8 billion throws of the biological dice,” said study co-author Geoff Marcy, a longtime planet hunter from the University of California at Berkeley.


I can guarantee you that when the Mohiigan Supreme Being (Kiehtan our Creator) thinks that it is necessary to let me know about other planets, I will be the first to post it for all to read.

Shechaim Ohijieshan



What does the circle of life mean in the Native American belief

Welcome to the visitor from a neighbor visitor from the city of Westerly Rhode Island

To my old tripod website

Because tripod changed/sold the good website and opened something else?

I, along with millions of others, no longer have control of the site.

However, you may wish to try a few of my better sites/blogs?

In the mean time a few helping hints might help?

The Circle is the oldest symbol of the world.

The Circle is a reminder of our connections to Mother Earth.

The sun, mood and planets travel in circles.

The Circle is the symbol of the heartbeat of all people.

Because of this and a notice that life itself is a circle, dead to live back to death.

The four seasons, summer, fall, winter, spring and so on.

Presentation Transcript

Native American Spiritualism – Presentation Transcript

I  added another page to the top of my blog because of an old student hypothesis written many years ago about one of my earliest writings from 1993.

I believe that even though it was written around twenty years ago, it is still a useful teaching tool.

A students prospective about my people, form my old website from S N E T free builder.

It is very long, hence the reason for a new page instead of just a blog.

I had to do a little cleaning and correcting because for some reason the work is becoming corrupted and I can no longer get into the site to correct.

The SNET site is no more because they only use dial up connect?

What I am now interested in teaching is.

(1)- The hard work and time spent by this student and you may notice that since his/her writing many of the really great reference links no longer exist and are now lost forever , I am wondering why?

Could it be that some modern Indians do not want us to remember our true native American past, or maybe some other reason?

(2) This student did a lot of good studying however, after all of these years, even today thinking has not changed all that much in the minds of the non knowing, non natives?

(3)- Since this writing and the following statement there has been an explosion of Herbal Healing Healers flowing unannounced into our culture.

“As students of Western Clinical Hebraism this section of learning about the Native American Culture should have a profound impact on how we learn to heal, mind-body-spirit.”

All true traditional herbal users do not stand over their people blessing, screaming and dumping herbs over the body, herbs use was taught to us from Creator through Mother Earth and her creation students (plants & animals) only.

I do not wish to get into to my feeling about this God is Red book however, the writer writes, (According to Vine Deloria Jr. in his book God Is Red native beliefs and rituals became intermixed with Christian elements.

This is referred to as “religious syncretism—a creative combination of the elements of different religious traditions yielding an entirely new religious system capable of commanding broad popular loyalties”)

The word rituals should let you know which group the books author is speaking about however, I would like to point out that it is the non natives and non knowing natives that changed their belief and tried to include some of our beliefs into their way of thinking, of course they took only what they liked and omitted the rest.

Please read for yourself?

Native American Spiritual Leader rituals

Welcome to the visitor from Fayetteville North Carolina

Looking for information about native American spiritual leader rituals.

To my teaching sites.


A Traditional Natives opinions on anything effecting Native and non Native Americans around Mother Earth!


A Native American Traditional Teaching Blog.

The reason why it took five pages of not finding what you were looking for to get to one of my sites and still not finding what you are looking for would be the word rituals.

Try removing the word and search or add something like ceremony, culture or teaching instead and try again?

You could just search ritual however, adding it to a Native American site is very confusing, even for your search engine because this word is always associated with the occult and of course we are not an occult?

I am not trying to be funny, I am as always, just trying to help.

Does this information help you with your search?

If not please feel free to write because I am still not sure of just what it is that you are looking for?

Men are from Mars Women are from Mars?


News Flash

God is a Martian invader

28 August 2013 Last updated at 20:09 ET

Earth life ‘may have come from Mars‘ by Simon Redfern  Reporter, BBC News, Florence

Of all the foolish statements coming from our scientists trying to explain away the most likely, or should I remind them all, only answer to the universe is GOD our Creator!

Well foolish me, I should believe that a Meteorite smashed into Mar a billion years ago, killed off life there and pieces of that Meteorite keep coming to Earth with live specks of life (ribonucleic acid) and are becoming human?


Meteorites from Mars have been arriving on Earth throughout our planet’s history

So, the old scientists are also wrong when stating that life started under a rock at the edge of saltwater?

Details of the theory were outlined by Prof Steven Benner at the Wertheimer Institute of Science and Technology in Gainesville Florida (GO GATORS), at the Goldschmidt Meeting in Florence, Italy.

Crossing Ceremony

Being created is a traumatic experience, if you can imagine.

This is why we should fear (love) and respect Creator.

We should also respect and care for Mother Earth for our life time.

Death no matter how it happens is also a traumatic experience.

I have toiled since first writing in websites, about an interesting explanation to our Sacred Ceremonies so as to show non knowing people our way and the reasons to not fear or condemn them and still protect the ancestors wishes. I have noticed as late that my website trackers and blog reader are inundated with questions, concerns and/or complaints as well as so many false teachings about our ceremonies. More important than all of this is the many mixed race families now wanting to better know about this half of their loved ones ancestors, beliefs, culture and ceremonies. I hope that you understand and enjoy my feeble attempt at putting this one very Sacred Ceremony to rest?

One of many Sacred Traditional Ceremony of Native Americans.

Remember, native ceremonies are a form of prayer (Communication with Creator, God).

You as the student can never be wrong, you can never make a mistake, your Creator is a loving, caring teaching God!

Because so many mix ancestors are showing interest in their loved ones native past, we like to start a ceremony with a little religious knowledge so to speak.

First thing is a need for a little teaching information.

Many religions, like the Christians, believes in God.

A Christian also believes in the trinity, God the father, God the son, God the holy ghost (holy spirit).

As an Eastern Woodland American Native, of a Matriarch society, like the tribes of the  Pequot/Mohegans and so many others, we are believers in Creator (God). God is the Creator.

This group of people believe in Creator (God), Father Sky (you call Jesus Christ), the Great Spirit (Holy Spirit).

For instance, Creator (God), speaks a creation like

“Create the Universe!”

Father Sky (Jesus Christ) puts that wish into action, The Great Spirit ( Holy Spirit) completes the work.

“We have a Universe.”

This is why, when a Christian walks the walk of Jesus Christ and a Native walks the walk of Father Sky it now makes sense to be one with Creator (God)?

My dream is that someday we can all walk the walk together?

A little of a native story (cut short for this purpose) telling children about humans.

Mother Turtle (Earth) asked one day while walking with Creator, for something of creation to care for.

So, Creator charged Father Sky with having the Great Spirit take a hand full from her back and forming humans to be placed on her back.

Actually 13 groups of humans.

13 original tribes, 13 squares on a turtles back.

However, we do believer in a little twist, first was woman, then man to care for and protect woman.

Turtle (Earth) is a women.

Humans came from Mother Earth, Humans will return to Mother Earth, hence the reason for a Crossing Ceremony and the reason why native people have 13 in many of their ceremonies.


A Crossing Ceremony, as with all sacred ceremonies is never to be written down or recorded.

It must only be  passed down from generation to generation, by your Spiritual Leader to a Spiritual Leader.

If recorded then phony humans can imitate your ceremony and usually for profit.

No native American is allowed to make a profit off of a Sacred Ceremony!

Usually Kinnick~ Kinnick (Tobacco) changes hands to replace the ceremonial use.

Creator is watching.


It was not my intent to slight any religion, so if you feel that your beliefs were left out, please write and teach me, I am always eager to be a willing student?

Umatilla entering reward program for recycling

Umatilla entering reward program for recycling

It is now time to get all states, cities, towns, and county’s on board with helping to save our environment.


 “Our mission is to motivate individuals and communities to realize a world in which nothing is wasted—changing how people view their role in creating a sustainable future.”

Recyclebank helps create a more sustainable future by rewarding people for taking everyday green actions.

Division of Waste Management

The Division of Waste Management works closely with the Department’s district offices to implement state and federal laws to protect the environment from the improper handling and disposal of solid and hazardous wastes.

This includes regulatory programs for waste facilities and pollutant storage systems, and non-regulatory activities such as financial and technical assistance for recycling and waste reduction.

The Division also oversees and contracts for the cleanup of sites contaminated with petroleum products, drycleaning solvents, or other hazardous wastes”.

Umatilla Florida is the latest community to take part in Waste Management’s Recycle bank program, where residents can make some green by going green.

“The program is simple, People place their recyclables by the curb and Waste Management trucks pick them up.

All recyclables collected along the pickup route are then weighed at a recycling center and a “per-household recycling weight” average is then determined. Points — 2.5 for every pound of material collected — are then assigned to residents’ accounts. Earning 100 points, for example, can earn $10 off any $30 purchase at a Bed, Bath & Beyond store.

Participation is free and more than 300 communities in 29 states are currently taking part in the program.”


Mother Earth will thank you.