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September 20 2007 Native American Newsletter

Happy Equinox!

The Fall Equinox will arrive at 2:52am PDT/5:52am EDT on Sunday 23 September. This is a time of going to the Pueblos to enjoy the Harvest Dances for me, yet it also reminds me to take stock of what I am harvesting in my personal life. That's the subject of this week's article, which you can now find on the Native American site at

Autumn Equinox
Autumn Equinox is the time of the Harvest Celebration, the Give Away Ceremony, and a time of giving thanks. Symbolically, it can help us to put our lives more in tune with the Medicine Wheel and the natural world. It can also help us to see if what we are doing in our lives is “growing corn”.

Remember, there's lots more where that came from, so stop on by the Native American homepage today, and see all the articles and links that are available free to all there.

I have begun a thread on the Autumn Equinox in our forum. You can access it at:

And, as always, the campfire is burning, and keeping us warm, while we tell stories around it. The Welcome to the Campfire thread is at:
where I just posted a great Blue Corn story.

Anyone can participate in our free, fun online discussions in our Native American forum. Join us there to talk with others who share your interests. The main Native American forum site is located at:

I want to thank everyone who has written to me in the last couple of weeks, and let everyone know that you can leave me a comment on our Native American home page, or by responding to this email, or even by stopping by the forum. I hope to see you there!

Feel free to pass this week's article, or this newsletter to your family and friends, and share the free knowledge available on the Native American site at

Wishing you all a bountiful harvest,

DawnEagle Summers, Native American Editor

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