leading a native American pipe ceremony

Welcome to the visitor from the City of San Diego California


To my postings about our Friendship pipe.

Native American pipe ceremony, Traditional



Friendship Pipe 006

I am not sure who it is that wants to lead a pipe however, until a teacher knows this the sacred parts are always blank?

Also, and this is just as important, California is as far as one can go west without getting your feet wet, my tribe, the Mohiigan/Pequot/Mohegan/ People are as far east as one can go without getting your feet wet, so I am sure that the culture and ceremonies are in some ways different?

Some very good new old news

Allen Dennis Troy I am with you 100%.

If you ever get around to a part two, please research the new deadly disease that we the natives also have no immunity from?

It is called annihilation by dissociation.

If one would not drop land claims this government found someone that would and dropped you!

This pretty much ended the true traditionalist

that would not give up the

(Mother Earth our mother).

Years before the Pilgrims came to our shores the Spanish conquistador and French trappers walked the land and the annihilation began. Lets us not forget that we, the natives of the land have a missing enzyme (not needed until first contact) so any germs carried by the new comes would have been fatal to our ancestors.


https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/allergies-in-indian-country/ https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/native-american-allergies/ https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/missing-enzyme-gene-in-native-americans/

Allen Dennis Troy report

(Speak Out: The first ‘illegal immigrants

by our readers

Dec 16, 2013

When the first Europeans arrived in the present United States in the early 16th century, what can only be called “The American Holocaust” began. Historians estimate that 20 million to 30 million Native Americans lived in the present U.S. at that time. Almost at once, these numbers declined rapidly.

Europeans brought with them deadly diseases, such as smallpox, to which Indians had no immunity. By the time of the creation of the United States in the 1780s, the policy of the government was to eliminate or confine all American Indians. Throughout the 19th century, whites waged war against the Indians, while “hunters” from the eastern U.S. massacred millions of buffalo as they shot from train windows passing through buffalo herds. The Indians became what the western author Zane Grey called “The Vanishing American.” This tragedy was endorsed, condoned, and encouraged by the U.S. government.

All this comes to mind when “news” networks and talk radio vent their venom and spleen about today’s “illegal immigrants,” usually meaning Mexicans who have crossed into the United States searching for jobs and better living conditions for their families. What no one seems to understand is that virtually none of these people would come north if Republican-owned giant agribusinesses and other firms were not hiring them. The simplest way to curtail “illegal” immigration, it seems, is to levy huge fines on American businesses that hire them.

American businesses are hiring these people because they are hard workers who will toil for low wages. Far from “taking jobs away from American workers,” as some claim, these immigrants are doing jobs that white and black Americans will not do, and certainly will not do for the wages paid to Hispanics.

The next time you feel like complaining about “illegal immigrants,” remember that, unless you are a Native American, we are all “illegal immigrants” who stole the Indians’ land and slaughtered millions of them.)


The Destruction of the California Indians

Welcome to the visitor from Long Beach California


To my Sachem Speaks blog posting.

Although it is not clear if you are looking for information on the first people of your state or this book?



Mormons and Native Americans November 5, 2013

The Destruction of California Indians

by Robert F. Heizer and Albert L. Hurtado (Mar 1, 1993)


This book unlike so many found as of late throughout the New England area is well written and based on history facts!

An exception in my area is another well written book based on history facts.


Without Reservation: The Making of America’s Most Powerful Indian Tribe and Foxwoods the World’s Largest Casino the Author Jeff Benedict

If you are in need of more information, please write?



While following up on a visitor

While following up on visitors to my trackers today,

I noticed that a past visitor more than likely came from a website in their state.


Posted by AuroRa / Little Crow Feather on August 17, 2012 at 4:32am in THE GOSPEL OF THE REDMAN


To my earlier posting yesterday

November 25, 2013

Misunderstanding Spirituality



City Oklahoma City https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=35.4822222222,-97.535&spn=0.1,0.1&q=35.4822222222,-97.535+(Oklahoma+City)&t=h

I only wish to bring this up because, ever though it is a long winded site, this person does the right thing, something in this day and age of wannabes, must be commended, because they give credit while quoting and writing the website, refreshing to this old mans eyes, AHO

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.


Information about traditional teaching

My friends will you please join me in your own way in prayer to your Supreme Being or belief for this visitor and that country?

I receiver this question in my tracker on 10 Nov, Sun, 20:00:00 from the City of Cebu Philippines


I did not get to this tracker until today.

I have been praying about this because for now only our Creator knows if or when my visitor will receive my answers?

At this point in time I do not even know if the question was for native eyes, except my site was the only one clicked on?

Traditional Native American (Indian ) Burial Information.


I am going to answer in faith and leave the rest up to this persons Supreme Being.

Better sites for native American answers on my postings might be of a little more help with your quest for answers my friend?



Home page or About page



Super Typhoon Haiyan


Native American involvement in crm in the four corners

Welcome to the visitor from the City of Missoula Montana


Looking for information about

Native American involvement in Cultural Resource Management in the four corners?

Not sure if you found what you were looking for however, you ended up on these postings for an answer?

THE FOUR SACRED CORNERS. (Shehukte Kina Konacya).



So, let’s see if we can help?

Again, I must start out with the, you are in Montana we are over on the east coast, so some of our culture may differ from native culture in your state.

I am sure that many answers from this government only refers to their opinion of reservation Indian’s?

We in the east refer to all indigenous peoples in our culture.

Our Four Sacred Corners is referring to four Clan Mothers well trained in the culture for many of our ceremonies, including archaeology, land/or historical sites?

Yes, we do have a Sacred Ceremony just for these and many more reasons.

Cultural Resource Management



Mormons and Native Americans

I guess that this religious group forgot about the book by Robert Frank Heizer?

The Destruction of the California Indians



This book is only reporting about Mormons and the indigenous peoples of California.

What about the rest of the country?

Pick your book then read the rest of this story?

According to a story in The New York Times (October 31, 2013), Mormons are making efforts to share goods, companionship, and the promise of identity among peoples who have suffered jarring circumstances ever since “white people” came across them.

This is as it should be because the church people where big abusers of the native people plus took the children as slaves and to be sole.


March 11, 2009

The Mormons vs. HBO

Big Love


Mormons and Native Americans


The Destruction of the California Indians by Frank Heizer.

The book is a sad recount through news stories and letters of the period in California history when Native people were not only losing their land and their culture, but their children as well, to the Gold Miners, the Mormons and the U.S. Military.

The Mormons have historically not been very Christian towards the Indigenous people of this country.

The story if you wish to read about it, is in the book:

The Destruction of the California Indians by Frank Heizer.

The book is a sad recount through news stories and letters of the period in California history when Native people were not only losing their land and their culture, but their children as well, to the Gold Miners, the Mormons and the U.S. Military.

The Mormons called the Natives savages not fit to raise children and took them, making them into their own personal slaves and selling the leftovers to others to be used for the same purpose.

Everybody took something from those who asked only to be left in peace.

Now, these same Mormons, are quite upset with HBO for filming what they consider to be a sacred ceremony, the Endowment Ceremony.

Excuse me for not being too empathetic.

My people have been fighting with them about this same kind of insult, since the Europeans first landed on this Continent.

Outsiders have for centuries, barged into our sacred ceremonies, killed our people when not allowed to take part in them and in recent times, filmed whenever and wherever they felt fit.

No one has ever screamed out for our rights about this.

What is that saying about Karma? My advice to the Mormons is

“Walk a mile in my moccasins”.

Sachem Walkingfox

March 11th 2009


How to give thanks with tobacco the native American way

Welcome to my visitor from the City of Onamia Minnesota,

Land of the Ojibwe people.


To one of my postings about gifting.

Tobacco (Herbs) as a Traditional Native American Gift.


As always I wish to remind my visitors that for instance your question came from Minnesota and my people are in the northeast.

So answers may differ between tribes?

The site that you landed on is basic for our area, you might also wish to visit

Gifting by an American Native to an American Native.



Native American gift protocol.


Native American Traditional Gift Giving? https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2011/07/09/native-american-traditional-gift-giving/

Any more questions drop me a line?





Native Americans/African Americans Stand Together


Mayor Buddy Dyer and City of Orlando Are putting the last nails in the coffin of the last Slave town in Orlando Florida and maybe the whole state, legally welled to the 88 slaves by their last masters, signed and witnessed by an army officer, Emos F Little Capt. 161st (August 1, 1865).

I believe that this is so pressed for time, so important and a long posting that

I must write in two postings in order to not lose your interest, for this I apologize.

Part #1

9 Investigates as City of Orlando continues to buy up land in Parramore http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/9-investigates-city-orlando-continues-buy-land-par/nbdjz/

The main reason why I wrote the names Native Americans first is because we the Native Americans were in the state first and the first to have our cities and villages crushed by the aggressor and first to be forced out!

There is not much that can be done now for the first people however, at this time, it is still not too late to band together and stop the assimilation by this newest aggressor?

Old Parramore:

A Real Florida Ghost Town


This was a center for Native American life the now-destroyed Alday Pond Indian Mounds appear to have dated from the time when the Poverty Point culture thrived in Louisiana.

Poverty Point was an important civilization that grew even before the invention of poverty and its influences spread in all directions from a main site in northeastern Louisiana the culture that spread as far as Florida more than 3,000 years ago.

The people of the mounds were followed by others.

This is just an example of who the mound might have looked like, as stated above, the original mound was destroyed!


Shell middens and mounds dating from the Weeden Island period (A.D. 400 – A.D. 900) still exist in the Parramore area, as do sites from the Mississippian or Fort Walton time period (A.D. 900 – A.D. 1500).

The woods and ponds were claimed as a hunting ground by the Chacato,

Chisca (Yuchi) and Apalachicoli (Lower Creek) nations and also served as a barrier

dividing these groups.


A monument erected by former students stands before the ruins of Central School Today, very little remains of the once thriving town. The stores and mills and turpentine stills are all gone. Only a few buildings still survive, among them an old one-room school on Cox Road. A monument has been

erected at the site of Central School on Circle Hill Road and people gather each year at Oak Grove Baptist Church for an annual homecoming, celebrating the memory of Parramore and its former residents.