SACRED WEDDING/ INDIAN SUNSET/ HOLY HILL/
REQUIEM/ MENOMINEE MOUNDS/ EARTH FRIENDS
VISIONS/ SKY FRIENDS/ WIKUTHA/ YOWA/
LIFE WATERS/  KOKOPELLI/  ANI YUN-WI-YA
Ceremony sanctifying the highest most sacred vows and strongest bond of human relationship and intimate union. Dedicated to all friends who find love.
More than the daily disappearance of the Sun below the western horizon. It also means the final phase or decline of an era or period.
Historic Wisconsin (USA) shrine approximately 1,361 feet above sea level. Area originally inhabited by the Potawatomi and Menominee tribes. For many, it serves as a place of spiritual renewal as well as a spot of magnificent scenery at breathtaking heights.
Contemplative reflection for friends of days gone by.
Tribute to friends of the after life -- early indigenous people who built earthworks of burial mounds found in the Wisconsin region. "Menominee" is an Algonquian term meaning, "Wild rice Men", stemming from the great abundance of wild rice in the State of Wisconsin.
Tribute to all our friends and relations who inhabit the Mother Earth, including plants, animals, and all that celebrate life upon Her sacred bosom.
Tribute to all our friends and relations who dwell in the firmament, including the sun, Moon, planets, stars, rainbows and the winged creatures.
WIKUTHA ("My Friend", Osage)
Dedicated to all friends everywhere, especially my greatest friend -- my Mother.
A supreme spiritual being of the Cherokee. Dedicated to my elders, the tribe, and my relations.
"Ni", the Osage word for water or waters. Also meaning to live.
Southwestern mythological, humpbacked flute player.
ANI YUN-WI-YA (Cherokee)
A benediction to the people who call themselves the "Principal People". The popularized name Cherokee, a derivative of the word Tsalagi, meaning "People who speak another language",
was labeled them by other tribes. Ani Yunwiya is the real tribal name.
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