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    Re: Little Grandmother

    Post  Guest on Wed Jun 22, 2011 10:13 am

    came across this link a while back and am putting it here for those interested to make up there own minds
    I do like her message of open heart and love but the waters are very muddy
    silver*
    Liked your link brook especially the bit about being a warrior I love you
    http://www.2012hoax.org/tribe-of-many-colors-or-tribe-of-many-dollars
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    Re: Little Grandmother

    Post  Brook on Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:28 pm

    silver* wrote:came across this link a while back and am putting it here for those interested to make up there own minds
    I do like her message of open heart and love but the waters are very muddy
    silver*
    Liked your link brook especially the bit about being a warrior I love you
    http://www.2012hoax.org/tribe-of-many-colors-or-tribe-of-many-dollars

    Thanks silver*...I have seen that before and it applies here in this regard. Again this guy that claims to be all that..is no where to be found among the Cherokee or Lakota..and they frown against this type of thing.

    Now here in North Carolina where I live...The Cherokee tribes hold a special event for everybody to attend...I believe Linda our member here as been there for the event and it was very powerful. But the very sacred ceremonies and teachings remain among the elders and tribe members as sacred and they do not project it out there for others to abuse or twist in meaning.

    Most Native Americans also have a huge problem with new agers for stealing their teachings and profiting form them. No secret there either. Little Grandmother is at the top of their list as one of those.
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    Re: Little Grandmother

    Post  Betsy on Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:52 pm

    Bravo!, Brook

    for your words. I had gone around in circles this past
    fall with LG story before putting it aside.

    Her words that tug at the heart are what you hear but
    there may be another message that the subconscious picks
    up and holds on to.

    I've not the time to pick her messages apart to find
    hidden messages. The "fraud stamp" by the Native
    Americans is enough for me to stay clear of her.

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