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    Native American Indians

    Post  Violet on Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:32 am

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    Are noted for their spirituality, many people have Native American Indian spirit guides, i'm researching this vast subject at the moment and hope to post some information here for you soon but for starters I was fascinated to read of certain Indians 'turning into arrows' and 'travelling,' sometimes for great distances, naturally I know they didn't literally morph into arrows but is this their way of remote viewing or astral travel, what are your thoughts on this or anything else you may have read or heard about their spiritual beliefs/practices?



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    Re: Native American Indians

    Post  Thunder Bow on Sat Apr 19, 2014 4:50 pm

    I am getting confused here, who is the Real NDN here?

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    Re: Native American Indians

    Post  mac on Sat Apr 19, 2014 5:38 pm

    Thunder Bow wrote:I am getting confused here, who is the Real NDN here?
    The guy who posted just above you....  Or is he?  :SH:
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    Re: Native American Indians

    Post  Thunder Bow on Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:04 pm

    Being the internet, anyone can claim any thing, and we have no way of varifying it.

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    Post  mac on Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:19 pm

    Thunder Bow wrote:Being the internet, anyone can claim any thing, and we have no way of varifying it.
    quite

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    Re: Native American Indians

    Post  Auras on Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:32 pm

    mac wrote:
    Wisa'ka wrote:"Ah you made it back eventually and read what I wrote.  

    It's not relevant to whom your reply was made and you can not dictate about what subject - and to which member - I may respond.  

    Don't agree with the points I made earlier?  Factually incorrect were they?  

    I think not....."


    To me this is not a competition to best anyone. 


    Here at a community where I am not even allowed to post on my own "diary" thread, the sense of disdain is quite evident. It is what it is. Surely upon my arrival here some time ago, if I would of gone along with the new age interpretation of what is called "Native American Spirituality"everything probably would of been just peachy, but that interpretation is not what I or many other indigenous people see as being factual. Being accepted by the people here is not worth playing into falsehoods.


    Being punished for being traditional is not new.
    Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose... 
    That is very true, Mac.

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    Re: Native American Indians

    Post  Auras on Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:32 pm

    mac wrote:
    Wisa'ka wrote:"Ah you made it back eventually and read what I wrote.  

    It's not relevant to whom your reply was made and you can not dictate about what subject - and to which member - I may respond.  

    Don't agree with the points I made earlier?  Factually incorrect were they?  

    I think not....."


    To me this is not a competition to best anyone. 


    Here at a community where I am not even allowed to post on my own "diary" thread, the sense of disdain is quite evident. It is what it is. Surely upon my arrival here some time ago, if I would of gone along with the new age interpretation of what is called "Native American Spirituality"everything probably would of been just peachy, but that interpretation is not what I or many other indigenous people see as being factual. Being accepted by the people here is not worth playing into falsehoods.


    Being punished for being traditional is not new.
    Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose... 
    That is very true, Mac.

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