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RETURN OF WHITE BUFFALO

ONE OF THE MOST SACRED SYMBOLS OF NATIVE AMERICAN MYTHOLOGY

 

A Powerful novel filled with Native American tradition and spirituality

 

 

A Blend of Fact, Fiction and Mythology

 

 

 

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Meet Stoney Wood -- Aninuya-Ada

 

A modern day warrior, graduated top of his class at the University of Oklahoma. Two times All American who led the Oklahoma Sooners to two division championships. Top hand on the six hundred and fifty thousand acre Rainbolt cattle and horse ranch.

 

Heir to the Wood Oil fortune and the Rainbolt Ranch, grandson of Black Eagle, respected Cherokee holy man who has mentored his grandson in the traditional ways of his ancestors since he was five years of age.

 

Unexpectedly, The Great Spirit bestows the powers of the mightiest spirits on this unsuspecting, modern day warrior the powers of the White Buffalo. The power to call down great bolts of lightning, from the sky to strike terror, into the hearts of his enemies, the power to talk to wild animals and see through their eyes. The power to make the mightiest mountains tremble, the power to open deep chasms in mother earth and most important the power to talk to and understand all people.

 

Through visions and signs, the Great Spirit asks this modern day warrior to save the sacred Granite Peaks, a pristine mountain range and it’s creatures from being destroyed by a proposed granite mining operation, proposed and supported by his father.

 

Answering his next quest, Stoney finds himself going down the road as a down at the heels rodeo cowboy in an old Chevy pickup truck, towing Roamer, his black and white stallion in an old horse trailer and taking a job as a buss boy in a run down roadside café. Where he finds the attractive waitress he’s working with is the widow of one of his college friends, a Navajo, killed in a rodeo accident and learns her six, year old son has been diagnosed with leukemia.

 

Stoney knows the great Spirit has  placed him there to help this child, but is at a complete loss as to what he can possibly do, even with his mighty powers, for this terminally ill child, until the Great Spirit shows him through a vision, a Navajo Witch and his Skin Walkers may be involved in this Child’s illness.

 

Torn between two worlds, the spirit world of his grandfather and the modern world of his father and his struggle to be accepted in both worlds.

 

Stoney struggles to survive in two worlds, the old world of his grandfather, which he loves and the new world of his father, which he knows he must learn, for survival itself.

 

208 pages, Soft Cover, Camelot Publishing, 2006.


 

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About the Author

 

 

Charles Fivekiller Breul

 

Charles Fivekiller Breul Known as the Dream Catcher, Charles Fivekiller believes no race of people have endured more or have more to be proud of than Native Americans. Lives, in what he refers to as Paiute and Shoshone country on the high, desert of Southern California. Surrounded by four sacred Buttes, with his son Thomas and daughter Debi, their horses and three dogs and where, if you happen to be in the neighbor-hood, and hear the drums. You are more than welcome to join them and their many Native friends for one of their drumming and sings

 

A General Contractor and General Engineering Contractor licensed in two States, turned author. Is the author of several novels, none of which is closer to his heart than the “Return of White Buffalo”. Which he hopes will bring better understanding of our wonderful American Indian heritage and culture to people of all color.

 

As he believes it was through ignorance brought on by our  lack of understanding each others culture that allowed some of the most horrendous atrocities in the annals of American history to occur, to mention only a few. The Trail of Tears, Wounded Knee, the Long Walk, Sand Creek, Washita, the massacre of Tohopeka and the almost unmentioned Marias Massacre.

 

Charles weaves true accounts of these atrocities into his stories, as he believes we must never allow ourselves to forget these dark days in our history. For it is through tragedies such as these that native people have gained the courage and strength, to overcome the many adversities they have had to face. He believes it is time we used this courage and strength we have gained through these atrocities, to rekindle the warrior spirit in all our young men and women, our modern day warriors. To instill in them the knowledge they will require in their building a brighter future for all native people.

 


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