Welcome to Turtle Island Teachings, here you will find explicate story telling from indigenous peoples on the genocides' that has been happening across turtle island for over 500 years, these are their stories.
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ET ORIGINS – SECRETS OF THE STAR PEOPLE - The Movie - Tribal Elders Speak Out
- SEE WHAT’S NEW at UFOTV ALL ACCESS - COMMERCIAL FREE WITH YOUR SUPPORT - NOW ON ALL SMART TVs, COMPUTERS and PERSONAL DEVICES - SUBSCRIBE NOW - STREAM BIG! http://www.UFOTV.com This fascinating documentary was created by Emmy Award Winning Filmmaker Bill Cote who brought us The Mystery of the Sphinx, The Mysterious Origins of Man and The Mysterious Stone Monuments of Markawasi Peru, all available for viewing at UFOTV® here on YouTube. In this film, Native American Tribal Leaders speak out for the first time about their secret knowledge of The Star People, knowledge that has been passed down for thousands of years. It was revealed in a dream among Tribal Elders that now was the time for the Tribes to break their silence and share their hidden knowledge of The Star People: the visitors from other worlds. In this film you will meet people with first-hand experience with ETs, and hear amazing stories of the unknown, and witness for yourself, a mysterious event which occurred in the skies: for some, a visible sign from the Star People that we are not alone. Coming soon to Special Edition DVD, iTunes, AmazonPRIME & UFOTV® on Roku! ©2015 UFOTV® The Disclosure Movie Network and BC Video, Inc. All rights reserved.
American Indian Wisdomkeepers Secret Knowledge of Extraterrestrial Contact
As humanity stands at the crossroads between the Fifth and the Sixth Worlds, American Indian wisdomkeepers have recognized signs that they must now speak their closely held knowledge about extraterrestrial contact, their original instructions from the Sky Elders. These ET relationships have existed since the beginning of time. They have been depicted on ancient rocks and hides, embedded in creation stories, choreographed in sacred dances, beaded on wampum belts, and continued to this day through rituals and the tobacco blessing. They show that with the vital support of our Star Ancestors, we can bring our planet back into balance with natural laws. Exploring the unifying “Sky Elder” theme found in virtually every Indian culture, Nancy Red Star shares her profound interviews with wisdomkeepers from several Native traditions, including Mayan elder and daykeeper Hunbatz Men, Stargate International CEO and UFO researcher Cecilia Dean, and Choctaw medicine man Sequoyah Trueblood, and offers their teachings on taking our rightful place among the peoples of the universe. Thanks to Cliff Dunning http://www.earthancients.com/ https://twitter.com/cliffdunning
Nimosôminan Asini: Grandfather/Elder Vern Harper - Cree - Life, Foster Homes & Prayer
This is a collection of a few of Nimosôminan Asini's (Grandfather Vern Harper's) quotes, wisdom and life..., along with video clips from a January 2017 interview... where he talks about being in a Foster Home during the Residential School era..., as well as other Indigenous concerns.., his life... and his commitment to Indigenous Peoples & Rights.... The video ends with clips from one of Grandfather Vern's visit to "Dreamer's Rock"..., as he says a prayer and makes an offering.. ----------------------------------------- Grandfather Vern Harper is a Cree Spiritual Elder and Medicine Man who currently resides in Toronto. The “Urban Elder” as he has been called, is a fifth generation grandson of Mistawasis, “Big Child”, a hereditary Chief... and the sixth generation grandson of Big Bear, who fought the last battle between the Cree and the Canadian government in 1885. His Cree name, Asin, means Stone. Among his many diverse roles, Vern Harper is one of only a few Elders in Canada with Chaplain status. He’s worked with Correctional Service Canada, conducting Native spiritual services at federal prisons helping inmates to rehabilitate themselves through teachings, counselling and traditional ceremonies. He also counsels Native young offenders and their families on behalf of Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, where he works as a Native Youth Courtworker. A traditional oral storyteller, Vern Harper’s messages are simple, timely and universal. In 2012, the Chapin A’sin Elder Vern Harper Award was first awarded to Vern Harper. The Vern Harper Award is nomination-based and is presented annually to an Aboriginal helper or practitioner in Ontario who demonstrates excellence in using culturally-based treatment approaches to help Aboriginal people experiencing a mental health and/or substance use issue. Every year the Vern Harper Award moves between the regions of Ontario to provide the opportunity to recognize individuals and the work they do in their region. ----------------------------------------------------- I claim no ownership of any of the clips, video and words expressed in this video...and employ my borrowing of them with much respect and thanks. No personal monetization is being done with this video, by me..., nor am I receiving any other benefits from any of this video.. It is meant for all.., to heal, teach, discuss, inspire and inform...and share. Fair use policy applies for all material used in this video. I thank Grandfather & Elder.., his family..., Gary Wassaykeesic..; Real Peoples Media..; ..; NORTHERN CREE - RED & WHITE.... ..and all the other brothers and sisters who have saved some great photos of Grandfather Vern.... Many Blessings & Thanks.. Kinanâskomitin / Philamayaye/ / Chi Miigwetch!.... *Set video to 720p HD, for best viewing.
Native Elder Vern Harper At Sacred Ojibway Site - Dreamer's Rock
http://devkhalsa.com/native-american-spirituality/native-elder-vern-harper-at-sacred-ojibway-site-dreamers-rock/ I went with my friend, native elder and holy man Vern "Asin" Harper to a reserve in northern Ontario a few days ago. Vern's granddaughter had just died at the age of 29 and we were there to help with the funeral. While we were at the reserve we visited the most sacred site of the Ojibway nation, Dreamer's Rock, where Vern got out his sweetgrass, tobacco and prayer pipe and did a blessing for all of humanity. http://devkhalsa.com
Prayer At Dreamer's Rock: Grandfather Vern Harper
This is a video clip from one of Grandfather Vern Harper's visits to "Dreamer's Rock"..., on Whitefish River First Nation, in Northern Ontario.., (*Permission required. More info. below) ...as he says a prayer and makes an offering.. *NOTE: Speaking recently, with Whitefish First Nation personally.., and I will relay it here, for all others..it has been asked, that all video and photo clips at the top of Dreamer's (the Sacred Bowl area) please be be taken off the Internet / off-line.. Chi Miigwetch! This is why you will see no pictures/video-clips from me in any of my own videos, of this area. If you plan to be up there.., just call a few days ahead of time, to see if it is an okay time to get permission, pay a nominal fee.. and walk up for yourself. As long as you are respectful or the ways and rules.... and it is not being used for Ceremonies at that time, you should have no problem visiting one of the most beautiful and Sacred places in the world and your memory of it, will be better than any photo or video.. Permission to Visit Dreamer’s Rock has an elevation of 250 metres or 821’ and is located at N46°00.500’ W81°45.988’ or WGS 84 17 T E440608 N5095165 on the east side of Highway 6 on Sunshine Alley Rd (Rainbow Lodge). Contact Whitefish River First Nation to visit Dreamer’s Rock. This journey is worth it. The office is six kilometres (km) before or north of Sunshine Alley Rd. You can obtain permission, at the administration’s office, 17A Rainbow Ridge Road on Birch Island. Call 705-285-4335 or fax 705-285-4532; by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Dreamer’s Rock site is adjacent to the Pow-Wow grounds, about 500 m from Highway 6. Grandfather Vern's Cree name, "Asin", means Stone. Among his many diverse roles, Vern Harper is one of only a few Elders in Canada with Chaplain status. He’s worked with Correctional Service Canada, conducting Native spiritual services at federal prisons helping inmates to rehabilitate themselves through teachings, counselling and traditional ceremonies. He also counsels Native young offenders and their families on behalf of Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, where he works as a Native Youth Courtworker. A traditional oral storyteller, Vern Harper’s messages are simple, timely and universal. ---------------------------------------------------- I claim no ownership of any of the clips, video and words expressed in this video...and employ my borrowing of them with much respect and thanks. No personal monetization is being done with this video, by me..., nor am I receiving any other benefits from any of this video.. It is meant for all.., to heal, teach, discuss, inspire and inform...and share. Fair use policy applies for all material used in this video. I thank Grandfather & Elder.., his family..., Gary Wassaykeesic..; Real Peoples Media..; .... ..and all the other brothers and sisters who have saved some great photos of Grandfather Vern.... Many Blessings & Thanks.. Kinanâskomitin Philamayaye.. Chi Miigwetch!.... *Set video to 720p HD, for best viewing.
At A Sweat Lodge With Native Elder Vern Harper
http://devkhalsa.com/native-american-spirituality/a-sweat-lodge-with-native-elder-vern-harper/ Well known as the "Urban Elder", native elder Vern "Asin" Harper from Toronto, Canada explains the meaning and purpose of the sweat lodge. http://devkhalsa.com
Urban Elder, 'Vern Harper' by Patrick Wey
Vern Harper is the Urban Elder. He was imprisoned, beaten, abused in a land called free. A land that was torn with force from his ancestors. Nurturing the traditions of his people within his heart, he survived. This film bears witness to his journey. It brings a message to his and all people. Features a song written and performed by Patrick Wey "Ballad of Asin-Stone - Vern Harper
In the last forty years, Canada has seen a major population shift of Indigenous peoples to the urban centres like Toronto which has become home to the largest urban Indigenous population in the country (an estimated 65,000). Today's urban Indigenous peoples (both those with a direct connection to land-based reservation life, and those who have always lived in cities) are developing an urban Indigenous culture. They are discovering ways to integrate important expressions of traditional culture into city life, including the tradition of the Elder: a person of great wisdom who dispenses advice settles disputes and acts as a model and arbitrator of acceptable behaviour. Directed by Robert S. Adams - 1997 | 29 min Watch more free films on NFB.ca → http://bit.ly/YThpNFB Subscribe to our newsletter → http://bit.ly/NFBnewsletter Follow us on Twitter → http://bit.ly/yttwNFB Follow us on Facebook → http://bit.ly/ytfbNFB Follow us on Instagram → http://bit.ly/2FdmRol Download our free iOS Apps → http://apple.co/2dbva4h Download our free Android Apps → http://bit.ly/2dbvHmO