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October 22 2010 Native American Newsletter


Greetings to all near and far. Your Native American newsletter has a new name; "The Sipapu". Sipapu, a Hopi word, is a small hole or indentation in the floor of kivas used by the Ancient Pueblo Peoples and modern-day Puebloans. It symbolizes the portal through which their ancient ancestors first emerged to enter the present world. I think this is very symbolic for this newsletter -- for we are emerging every day of our lives. The message in your subject line will still read: Native American Newsletter from

"THE SIPAPU" will be the title at the top of each newsletter. My thanks to our forum member, Beetlemess, for suggesting the name.

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Animal Spirit, Beaver to Bluebird
Beavers are hard-working, diligent and industrious little critters. They are great builders and very ingenious. The dams they build in their colonies provide them with deep, still waters.

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Phyllis Doyle Burns, Native American Editor

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