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Beef Jerky Recipe
Living on the Great Plains and following the herds of buffalo made for the invention of dried meat. Traditionally, pemmican, or dried meat, was prepared from the lean meat of large game such as buffalo, elk, or deer. The meat was cut into thin slices and dried over a slow fire or in the hot sun.
Michael 'Hawk" Spisak Interview
Full Circle author, Micahel "Hawk" Spisak is asked to describe his thoughts on his book as a screenplay, Idle No More, historical trauma, and his plans for the future. Authentic, candid, and raw.
Spiritual Warfare in Indian Country
Mass deliverance is possible on Indian Reservations across North America. The Great Spirit is speaking this truth to many different People in many different places around the United States and Canada. The unleashing of weapons of mass deliverance is being felt throughout Indian Country.
Diabetes in Indian Country
Native Americans suffer from the highest rates of diabetes than any other race. Ultimately, knowledge is power and through this we can create a healthy pathway for the future generations that follow after us.
PTSD and Native Communities
As a race, the Native population in North America has experienced an unusual amount of trauma. The results have been very clear emotional, physical, and behavioral responses to this trauma. From a spiritual perspective, PTSD can be viewed as negative energy trapped in the body.
Fry Bread and White Bean Soup – Cozy Winter Recipe
Fry bread is soul food in Indian Country. Fry bread recipes vary regionally from tribe to tribe. Fry bread is always great as an accompaniment to soup. May your hearts be grateful and your meal be blessed with all the goodness Mother Earth and the Great Spirit provide for you now and always.
VAWA - Republicans Fail the Daughters of the Earth
Native American women suffer some of the highest rates of emotional turmoil and are among the least cared for in this nation. Congressional failure can be seen as the beginning of a spiritual battle for the first American women.
Michael Spisak - Full Circle Interview
A daring interview with the author of Full Circle. Although the work is historical fiction it validates the fact that historical trauma is a live energy and that recognition of it brings it to the light where it can be healed.
Full Circle - Book Review
With courage and insight, Full Circle captures the effects of historical trauma. This book of historical fiction is significant, it tells a story that has rarely been told. Full Circle is spellbinding story that brings to light the roots of despair that still manifests as pain for too many.
Idle No More - The Battle Cry of First Nations
New voices cry out the same messages our Ancestors cried out centuries ago. Today, the voices of First Nations are being heard all over the world. The movement known as “Idle No More” is a gathering of like minds and spirits that have had enough. These voices have been ignored for too long.
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