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Old 29-03-2020, 06:58 PM
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I have to agree with Anala in as much as I feel the soul that is what I connect with, makes no difference to Gender of the person. we don't get wood peckers near here the bird that is always around me is the Crow,they follow me everywhere,
I remember many moons ago I used to go on a site it doesn't exist now I had many Native friends on there. one was going through a tough time I told her to watch for the crow Knocking on her window it would be me.
within minutes she contacted me and said the crow was sitting by her window.
but when I meditate I only see the golden eagle and the wolf standing with me,

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KINNIKINNICK

Kinnikinnick is a word you do not hear often.

Not too long ago, I made up a batch of Kinnikinnick.

I hesitated to use the word (Kinnikinnick) since there are
different plants in different blends.

I did mean the red willow inner bark base plant blend with other herbs.

Is this the same as you were mixing or was it your own blend.

There is also this plant which is smoked in the NW which goes by Kinnikinnick.
https://www.google.com/search?q=Kinnikinnick&rlz=1C1SFXN_enUS501US502&tbm =isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=-FrQIMOXTnqklM%253A%252Cyv-40AdtekIOAM%252C_&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kTMIODg6LE0SeWPeL9q0nmPD-3jbw&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi-_qOusMDoAhUEvJ4KHdSNB3QQ9QEwAHoECAUQAw#imgrc=-FrQIMOXTnqklM:
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A Bear medicine healing song.
Which includes the Pipe (Cannupa)
We have done many healing ceremonies with the Bear medicines
revolving around the Pipe.
The Bear teaches the plants to be used.

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The next song is Maṫo pejut̄a wiċak’u olowaƞ, a Bear
Medicine-giving song. Offering the pipe, giving medicine, and encouraging
the patient are steps the song texts record.
.....Maṫo Pejut̄a Wiċak’u Olowaƞ.....
1st verse.
Le waƞyaƞk̄ayo, le pejut̄a k̄i
This look.at.this this medicine the
“Look at this, this medicine,”
Ċic’u k̄i le cic’u welo.
Give.you the this give.you <emphasis, male sp.>
“I give it to you, this I give you.”
2nd verse
Ċaƞnup̄a, ċaƞnup̄a k̄i ċic’u welo.
Pipe pipe the give.you <emphasis, male sp.>
“Pipe, I give you the pipe.”
Yuha wani nuƞwe!
You.have life so.be.it
“You have life, so be it!”
Le ṫokeċa kt̄elo.
This different will
“This will be different.”
Ċaƞnup̄a he au welo.
Pipe he brings <emphasis, male sp.>
“He is bringing the pipe,”
Ṫat̄u uye au, nak̄e nula yauƞ welo!
Wind comes brings always ready you.live <emph., male sp.>
“From the direction of the wind, he comes bringing, always ready you live!”
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I Have a friend who comes from Manitoba. she is Cree her grandson dances in ceremonies.
a few years ago I told her that a white bear wanted to speak with her not knowing at the time that her Grandsons name is White bear


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I Have a friend who comes from Manitoba. she is Cree her grandson dances in ceremonies.
a few years ago I told her that a white bear wanted to speak with her not knowing at the time that her Grandsons name is White bear


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The messages from Spirit and the connectedness of all things.
Truly a blessing, when these things connect.
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