Manataka American Indian Council                                                           Volume XIV  Issue 08  AUGUST  2010




Manataka - Preserving The Past Today For Tomorrow\



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Legends of Old: The Great Teachings of Mitapi Ha - The Frog Nation
Feature Story::   Ancient Maya Holy Time - Chapter 4

Letters to the Editor:

Looking Forward; Bitterroot and a lot more!
Feature Story:   Blue Star Prophecy of the Hopi
Organic Consumers: Which Federal Politicians Oppose GMO Labeling?
Elder's Meditations: Tom Porter, Mohawk
Warrior Society News: Native American Heritage Heals Wounded Warriors
Earth Medicine:   Infections and Herbs
Fluoride: Fluoride is Unsafe for Kidney Patients
Animal Rights and Wrongs: A The Great Spirit Bear
Sacred Sites: Cherokee Citizens Oppose Kituwah Power Plant





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The Great Teachings of Mitapi Ha - The Frog Nation

Lakota Story

Submitted by Scott Treaty


A very long time ago, a small Mitapi Ha (Frog) of the Mitapi Ha Oyate (Frog Nation) wanted to show appreciation for the sheer beauty of Life and give thanks to Grand Mother Earth and Grand Father Sky for everything the Mitapi Ha had, so it was agreed during a Great Circle Meeting of the Mitapi Ha Nation that they would all climb to the top of a most beautiful and sacred Inyan (Rock) formation which stood out alone on the prairie, on the northwest side of the Center of the Universe, the Ho Coka (“Hearney Peak”) of the sacred He Sapa (Black, Rocky Mountains; “Black Hills”). Although the sides were very smooth on the great Inyan formation, the Mitapi Ha were blessed with “sticky” feet, which could easily grab the side of the steep rock wall.


Some of the Animals like the Capa (Beaver), some of the Wabluska (Insect) Nation like the Tusweca (Dragonfly), and some of the Ho Gan (Fish) People thought that the Mitapi Ha could not make such a great climb and told them not to try it. At the time, the Mitapi Ha Oyate walked very slowly and clumsily. They had long legs but they did not jump like they do today.


“The Hupahu (Winged) People will eat you!” Said the Capa.    Read More >>>









This full-length book, Ancient Maya Holy Time and the Evolution of Creation Map by Robert Hackman will appear in serial form featuring one or two chapters in each edition of the Smoke Signal News in coming months.  Enjoy this interesting journey in time!


Chapter 1  -  May

  Chapter 2 -  June

Chapter 3 -  July

Chapter 4 -  Aug



Ancient Maya Holy Time

And the Evolution of Creation Map


 Chapter 4

Map of Amerindian Holy Time

Secrets of the Ancients

The key to overcoming our fears is to forget about them. If we forget, our fears will cease to exist in our physical world. (Matter follows vision and spirit. It is the Law.) "If you don’t mind it, it won’t matter."


Dreaming is going into the future; our dreams live in the shadows. In the shadows can be your fears, your hopes, or the very things you are resisting, and they always follow you around like an obedient dog. Shadow creatures, have you seen them?


Children are taught to behave according to the rules of a particular culture. Most orthodox religious systems create a mandate concerning acceptable behavior within the context of worldly affairs. Do this and so, and you will go to heaven. Do thus and so, and you will go to hell. Different formulas for salvation are demanded by each "true faith?"


Human Law is not the same as Sacred Law! More so than any other medicine Crow sees that the physical world and even the spiritual world, as humanity interpret them are an illusion! There are billions of worlds. There is infinitude of creatures. If you look into Crow’s eye you will have found the gateway to the supernatural. Crow is the protector of the "ogallah" or ancient records, and is keeper of all Sacred Law. Crow can bend the laws of the physical universe and "shape-shift." (We must transform the human collective consciousness, and allow the bending of physical laws, to aid in creating the shape-shifted world of peace.)  Read More>>>










Manataka receives dozens of letters each week. Space does not allow us to publish all letters but we make a concerted effort to print letters that are representative of a majority. Let us know if there is a topic you feel needs to be addressed.



The Real Meaning of Charity

Manataka Friends,


Is charity just giving money in an impersonal way? Or volunteering to help the homeless, but not wanting to be bothered with the homeless people?  Because the pain and suffering is too hard to bear? Or is it giving of yourself,  your time, an ear?
Though we have to deal with the realities of our world. In that a body can only do so much in a days time. Let's all resolve to take time for one person a day we wouldn't normally take the time for. An ear, a shoulder to lay a burden on.  And if we are too busy to help, give them a referral to someone who might help. Don't know anything about that field of expertise? Take a moment and  make a connection with someone who does.
 "The nicest thing you can do for yourself. Is to do something nice for somebody else.  It's makes you feel like a human being."


"When the eagle of the north and the condor of the south come together, the earth will awake." South American Native Prophecy.  When men stop caring only about their own agendas, and work together. Natives, and All Peoples from North, Central, and South America. And the Peoples of the World. ~Anthony Silva



Dear Manataka,


Wati keon ad ha tu!  Thank you and all who are responsible for the wonder inspiring newsletter.  Subirah and Myself Storm Crow Maluma Tunica El enjoy the connective nature of the articles we share with other of like mind and ancestry.  Onay - Ma'luma and Subirah El - Torn Brown



My Dear Manataka Friends,



Looking for Rez Business Associates

Hello Editor,


We have not made turkey tracks for some time. I am looking for some help in locating some people from the Sioux Nation to produce authentic teepees and blankets for re-sale here in the north in OHIO. My desire is to create jobs in the Pine Ridge area to help them as a community. In other words I would like them to work together and to put the monies they receive in a community trust fund. I will supply the deer skins necessary for the teepees and sinew if need be. In fact I will supply whatever is needed and will pay the community and its people a very fair price for their efforts. We can also sell other items as well. I wish to do this to help them as a community, any other nations may also get involved. My desire is to see the monies go into urgent needs as well as saving to buy back the country my ancestors stole. I would also like to employ at a later date at my company which is named Wakinyan Industries a couple of people from the rez to work for me. I will pay all expenses and provide living accommodations as well as pay weekly. If you can help me in my endeavors it would be much appreciated. Also could you give me the proper way to spell Crazy Horse in Sioux. Thank you Manataka. We have spoken.  ~Dave Conrad



Sacred Ceremonies for a Price?

Hello Manataka,


I just finished your article called Sacred Ceremonies for a price, and I really appreciated it. But, I am left a question:  One of the great sadnesses and problems in modern American society is the almost complete lack of community.  There are so many who want to make a difference and who badly want to give of themselves so that the culture might heal; that our relations to ourselves, each other, and the earth might be brought back into a place of peacefulness and balance; and that we might reconcile some of the trauma of the past which so many of us are carrying.  When there is no community around to support an individual who wants to be part of the healing, when the only means of survival available is currently (for most) the exchange of money, when the earth-based ceremonies of anglo ancestry have been all but completely lost, when there are so many out there with so many perspectives on what is "right or wrong" regarding spirituality and healing, and when there is a profound need amidst the mainstream culture to find a way to reconnect to self, other, and earth, when there are few if any who are working to correct this... what does one do if he or she is called to help people reconnect, has been mentored in practices or ceremonies that draw from many cultures (some of those being native American) but belong to none, and also needs to somehow make a living in order to put food on the table?  Does that person ignore the call to respond to what he or she sees, even if it's authentic?  Or do they move forward in the best way they know how given the truth of their situation? It seems a very big question and I do not expect you to have an answer... It's just what sits with me so strongly after reading your words... how do we move forward given the complexity of these times?  Thank you for your time.  ~ Will Scott



Hello Will,


Blessings on this wonderful day the Creator made for you.


The questions you ask is not insurmountable -- because the questions have been answered for many people over eons of time. 

They are the same questions all humanity has asked for thousands of years.  How do we find peace amid chaos?


When we ask Manataka elders the same question, the answers are always different, as they should be, yet there is a common thread found within all wise elders, religions and philosophies.  The silver thread that ties them together is difficult to see when it disappears against the white light of holy grace and we are overcome with emotions of the moment.  Or the thread becomes indiscernible amid the plethora of "truths" discovered by those who have found their answer.  The chaos of modern living with all its confusing and false messages forms a dark cloud obliterating the silver thread.  


This is a question we will answer, to a degree, in good time.  But, we know you will answer the question for yourself in time, so we may sit in the peace of knowing and agreement together.  Your first question regarding how to make a living in order to put food on the table while helping people to reconnect is also a question asked for thousands of years.  Organized religions answer this question by creating a bureaucracy woven through dogma and doctrine that provides a method of just compensation and consoles not only the conscience but also the pocket book.  Lone individuals led to assist others on the spiritual path, especially those who do not profess a particular religious practice, find it much more difficult to reconcile the conflict. Below is a link to an article that we hope will move the question a bit more into the center.

"Is Paying for Ceremonies A Traditional Practice?"


We personally do not charge people money who are in need for ceremonies (prayer, healings, weddings, funerals, etc.) and the Spirits and Creator have always provided for everything we truly need, or the desire is removed from our mind and heart.  We have strong faith in this way.  If we are faced with a physical need that has not been provided through our faith, we immediately begin the process of discovering our own hidden intent, purpose or fear, that is in conflict.  If a need is not provided through our faith, it is no longer a focus of our attention.  It is not an easy or simple process -- after all, we possesses all the frailties of character common among all humans -- selfish desire, greed, ego, etc.  So, it is.  


The answer to your last question, " do we move forward given the complexity of these times?" is easy to say, but not easy to accomplish.  We require a sufficient amount of time on earth, in this mind and body, to find discernment, to find grace, wisdom, humility and the "silver thread" that connects us all to the Great Mystery. Through intense prayer, meditation, and inward soul-searching we can erase the clouds that confuse our vision.  Giving of oneself in the aid of others is the greatest work of life and provides the path of our own revelation. 


"Moving forward" may be unnecessary -- that is, if we remember the ancient wisdom of our great grandfathers and the indelible imprint placed in our soul by God, a master plan is revealed that gives us a spiritual map for our times.  From the smallest thing on earth, the tiny cell, to the largest thing in the universe -- the circle is revealed as a holy symbol of our path as human spirits.  In the circle of life, the cycles of the universe, the spirals of energies and spirits that surround us, we move toward the center of balance - peace.  Thank you for asking Manataka.  ~Editor



Looking Forward

Dear Manataka,


Wado my dear people. Than you so much  for your time and effort to send this monthly Smoke Signal New out every month. I look forward every month to read this wonderful news magazine.  Until next time. ~Star Wanderingstar




Dear Editor,


I enjoyed reading your website article about bitterroot.  I would be very interested in purchasing the root as described in the article.  Could you please recommend a reputable source as I did not see it on your site.  Please e-mail me.  Thank you. Diane Lowery


Hello Diane,


We do not have a recommendation for buying the live plant.  It is best to grow from seeds.  This is a difficult plant to grow. This plant should not be started from the roots, as digging them in the wilds kills the plant. Start the plant from seed in early October. After collecting or buying the seeds, place them in a paper bag until planting time. Place the seed on top of the soil in 4 to 6-inch pots. Sprinkle a light layer of soil over the seeds and place one-quarter inch gravel on top of the soil to hold the seeds in place. Give the pots no water. Let the rains water the pots. Place the containers outside in full sun and protect them from wildlife. The seeds will germinate in late winter or early spring.   In May when the leaves turn yellow, stop watering and put the pots in the hottest spot you have until fall when the rains come. Bitter root requires hot, dry summer baking. Repeat this cycle over two years. During the summer or fall of the third year, when the plants are dormant, out-plant the plants in full sun and in well-drained soil. Crown the plants at the soil surface. Plant each plant 4-6 inches apart. Mark the spot where you plant bitter root and give the plants no water. Let the rains come. Protect the plants from deer and other wildlife.  The results are well worth the wait for growing.  Thank you for asking Manataka. ~ Editor



Jimi Hendrix Buckskin Shirt

Greetings Manataka,


I am in Toronto, Canada and am hoping you can help me.  I found your beautiful site today and have definitely bookmarked it for the future.  I am on a quest to find out as much as I can about the absolutely gorgeous white buckskin Jimi Hendrix wore for his performances in Woodstock in 1969.  I've attached pictures that I found online for your reference.  If you get a chance to see the 40th Anniversary Edition (Director's Cut) then you can see this amazing piece in much better detail than these pictures.  I am in love with it.  So much so, that one day I'd like to try to make it.   A girl has to dream!  Here are my unknowns and things I am desperately trying to get help with, if you could be so kind as to offer your opinion:  What type of hide is it?  Dyed horse?  Dyed Deer?  Dyed Elk?  Any thoughts?   (It seems more durable/thicker than deer, if you see the movie and it moving around)  What tribe do you think made it for him?  Cherokee?  His grandmother was Cherokee, he had been getting to his roots around this time, so it is possible.  I have recently seen some Cherokee War shirts online that are similar but not quite like Jimi's.   Perhaps it was an artist from another tribe altogether?  Again, any input would be very much appreciated.  I have a great respect for Native American cultures, have spent time around various tribes in AZ, CO, UT, NM and CA, and all I can say is the southwest U.S. possesses part of my soul because of that.    All blessings, and thanks again, ~Sue



Looking for Bells

Dear Manataka,


Trying to locate Truman Bell, other Bells, Willis's that farmed in West Tennessee for a reunion. Any help appreciated. Thanks. 

~ Barbara Pickens



The Spirit of the Moment..

 Dear Chief Arvol  Looking Horse,

Thank you so much for sending out the call to prayer. Thanks to the miracle of the internet, many many people received your words and took them to heart.  I am one of those people. My answer to the call was to contact a group of performing artists of various faith traditions, and organize an evening (June 21) of song, meditation, prayer, grieving and fundraising for a Gulf relief group (Gulf Restoration Network). (Flyer attached)

People poured into the hall (A Buddhist Sanctuary), and the energy, sorrow, anger, and gratitude for being in community was felt by all. Your call to prayer was read aloud at the beginning, to ground us all in what sparked the vision for the evening. We sang together,  spoke messages of support and love for the creatures and the humans of the Gulf, and energized and renewed each other through that magical power of people coming together with a strong intention and an open heart. It was an absolutely beautiful night- and we raised over $4000.00! The artists of course donated their time, as did the Monastery, the sound technicians, and the volunteers who helped.

I wanted you to know about this, because your call to us was so compelling, and so needed. Thank you again and again for giving this aching world a message about what is needed, what we can do, what the spirit of the moment is.  There will be a web link to a video of the event, and when I have it I will send it to you.  With deep respect and gratitude-  Namaste,   ~Betsy Rose



Manataka Supports First Nations Development Institute.

Greetings Manataka,


On behalf of the staff and board of First Nations Development Institute, thank you for your generous gift of $50. We are honored by your contribution and inspired that you share our vision of creating and sustaining strong, healthy, culturally vibrant Native American communities. At its core, First Nations is built on the underlying belief that: "When armed with appropriate resources, Native peoples hold the capacity and ingenuity to ensure the sustainable economic, spiritual, and cultural well-being of their communities."  Building upon this core belief, First Nations has encapsulated its development strategy into that three-pronged model – Educating Grassroots Practitioners, Advocating Systemic Change and Capitalizing Indian Communities.  Your generous gift will be acknowledged in our next annual report and on our web site at  We sincerely appreciate your ongoing commitment to our mission.  Please be assured that First Nations will continue to work hard to prove worthy of your continued support.   Gunalchéesh (Thank you),  Michael E. Roberts, President



Loves Manataka Counseling

Good People of Manataka:


I just want to thank you for giving us the oppotunity to talk to someone about our issue. the service is wonderful. Ms. Nina is a beautiful person who helped me through my hard time. ~K. Posul




Feature Story





An ancient Hopi prophecy states, “When the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge.”  This will be the Day of Purification.  The Hopi name for the star Sirius is Blue Star Kachina.  It will come when the Saquashohuh (Blue Star) Kachina dances in the plaza and removes her mask.


In the Final days we will look up in our heavens and we will witness the return of the two brothers who helped create this world in the birthing time.  Poganghoya is the guardian of our North Pole and his Brother Palongawhoya is the guardian of the South Pole.  In the final days the Blue Star Katchina will come to be with her nephews and they will return to the Earth to its natural rotation which is counter-clockwise.


This fact is evidenced in many petroglyphs that speak of the Zodiac, and within the Mayan and Egyptian pyramids.  The rotation of the Earth has been manipulated by not so benevolent Star beings.  The twins will be seen in North Western skies.  They will come and visit to see who still remembers the original teachings flying in their Patuwvotas, or flying shield.  They will bring many of their star family with them in the final days.  Read More >>>






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Fight Monsanto!

Ask Your Representatives to Co-Sponsor Kucinich's Bill to Label Genetically Engineered Foods

In June, 2010, Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) announced he would introduce three bills to comprehensively regulate all genetically engineered products, including a bill that would require all foods containing genetically modified ingredients to be labeled.  Most Americans simply do not understand that 80% of non-organic supermarket processed foods (basically every product containing soy, corn, canola, cottonseed oil, sugar beet derivatives or ingredients from animals fed soy or corn) are contaminated with genetically modified organisms. While nearly everyone in North America has eaten genetically modified foods, only 26% believe that they have.  People don't think they're eating genetically modified foods because they have no way of knowing whether they are or not. Genetically modified foods aren't labeled.  If we're going to save this generation from reproductive dysfunction and save our farmland from the ravages of RoundUp, we need to stop Monsanto. The first step is to protect consumers' right to know whether their food is genetically modified. Please ask your representatives in the US Congress to cosponsor Rep. Kucinich's legislation.



Which Federal Politicians Oppose GMO Labeling?

Monsanto's Minions in Congress

Monsanto is a major corrupting force in the political arena. Each year Monsanto contributes hundreds of thousands of dollars to elected officials, while their powerful allies, Food Inc. and the Farm Bureau, contribute millions more. We characterize these indentured Congress members as "Monsanto's Minions," to call attention to the fact that they would rather deny consumers the right to know whether their foods are genetically engineered or not (90% of their constituents want labels on GMOs), rather than standing up to Monsanto and the other Gene Giants: Syngenta, Dow, BASF, Dupont, and Bayer.  Is your US Representative one of Monsanto's Minions? 



Monsanto's RoundUp "May Have Dire Consequences for Agriculture"

"Ignoring potential non-target detrimental side effects of any chemical, especially used as heavily as glyphosate (Monsanto's RoundUp herbicide), may have dire consequences for agriculture such as rendering soils infertile, crops non-productive, and plants less nutritious. To do so might well compromise not only agricultural sustainability, but also the health and well-being of animals and humans."  - Johal, G.S. and D.M. Huber. Glyphosate effects on diseases of plants. 2009. European Journal of Agronomy 31:144-152 







"That is not our way, to set yourself apart and talk about who you are and what you've done. You let your life speak for you. With the Mohawk people, wisdom is how you live and how you interpret what your mother and father, what your grandmothers and grandfathers have told you about this world - and then how you interpret that into the fact of living every day."  --Tom Porter, Mohawk


It is said, how you live your life makes so much noise that people can't hear what you are saying anyway. It is so easy to see people who do not walk the talk.


Creator, I ask you today to help me be humble. Let me spend the day listening. Help me to not brag or gossip. Help me today not to do those things that seek attention or approval from others. I am only accountable to You, Oh Great Spirit. You will tell me the things I need to know. Let me learn the lessons from my Elders. Let me teach the children by example. Today, let me walk the talk.

By Don Coyhis



Warrior Society News


Native American Heritage Heals Wounded Warriors


Native Americans from across the nation taught West-coast wounded warriors how to overcome the lasting torments of war, with time-honored rituals and sacred traditions.


Nearly 30 combat veterans participated in “Operation One Drum,” a 4-day workshop designed to alleviate combat stress. The Native American program is the first of its kind to be held on a military installation.


“When a man is faced with a life or death situation, his spirit detaches from him and remains on the battlefield,” said Staff Sgt. James L. Eagleman, former 1st Marine Division tanker and current resident at Wounded Warrior Battalion West, Camp Pendleton. “This experience has helped me and a lot of the guys here reconnect spiritually.”   Read More>>>










Medicine for the People

By Harvey Walks With Hawks Doyle

Infections and Herbs


Lets talk about infections today. I have walked a path in life and have looked and watched 70 some years through these eyes. I have encountered many, many diseases and sick people, friends, and I would say no enemies in my heart. I have been asked numerous times about infections. Most people will approach me and say “I have this infection and what kind of herb can I take to get rid of it”?  It is hard to categorize them or put them all together in a list.  One I will try to touch on today will be strep infection.


Did you know that half of all antibiotics used in the United States are fed to farm animals, and researchers say this has led to the growth of drug-resistant bacteria and are hazardous to human consumption. We eat meat, more meat, meat in cans, meat from the butcher, meat from our farmer friends, and some wild meat we catch or kill. We recognize that we all need protein but not protein that is flavored with drugs. 


There was a 2 ½ year study directed by Dr. Thomas O’Brien and published in the New England Journal of Medicine.  The study is the first evidence that bacteria is attacking humans after evolving genes inside farm animal and creatures make them immune to antibiotics. These drug resistance genes are passed from one kind of bacteria to another, and the doctors warn that they may make other disease causing germs hard to kill with current available drugs. They believe that humans acquire these genes by eating animal products, such as beef or milk. You know that farmers routinely feed antibiotics to cows, hogs, and other animals to prevent disease and promote growth.  All of these are passed on to the consumers, animals and humans.  All of this causes infections and diseases daily.   Read More >>>







Fluoride is Unsafe for Kidney Patients
National Kidney Foundation admits chemical could pose serious health risks

By Chelsea Schilling,


Fluoride may be harmful to people with chronic kidney disease, the National Kidney Foundation admits.


In a new report the National Kidney Foundation acknowledged patients with chronic kidney disease should be warned that fluoride may pose an additional risk to their condition, but it has not issued a press release to spread the word. Daniel Stockin of the Lillie Center, Inc., a public health training firm that has works to end fluoridation, said the effects of fluoride can be detrimental, and it is imperative that the foundation take responsibility and distribute the new information.


"The kidneys try very hard to eliminate fluoride from the body, but in doing so the kidney tissue is exposed to concentrated amounts of toxic fluoride." he told WND. "Kidney patients must be told the whole story about fluoride. Fluoride is acknowledged to be slightly less toxic than arsenic and slightly more than lead."


Dialysis machines cannot use fluoridated water because it is known to be potentially dangerous to patients. The NKF report indicates some people receiving dialysis treatments died or were poisoned from fluoride after it leeched through machine filters.  Read More >>>





The Great Spirit Bear

The Kermode Bear or "Spirit Bear"

The spirit bear is a unique subspecies of the North American black bear in which approximately one in every 10 bears is white or cream-colored. Some have orange or yellow coloration on their backs. Other Kermodes are all black. The scientific name is Ursus americanus kermodei, named after a naturalist and museum curator named Frances Kermode of the British Columbia Provincial Museum. The term "Spirit Bear" is possibly attributed to First Nations tradition, which held that the white bears were to be revered and protected. Today the Tsimshian people call it "moskgm'ol," which simply means "white bear."

Kermode bears may have evolved on the coast in the last 10,000 years from black bear stock that became isolated from interior black bears more than 300,000 years ago.

The white color may be due to inheritance of a single gene for hair color, but other more complex mechanisms may be involved. Further genetic research is needed.




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Cherokee Citizens Oppose Kituwah Power Plant

By Will Chavez, Senior Reporter, Cherokee Org.


(No one knows exactly how long the Cherokee have lived at Kituwah, but some estimates say 11,000 years. Cherokee American Indians in North Carolina are currently fighting the construction of an electrical station they say would impede the spiritual experience at Kituwah, a sacred mound that is cherished as the place where God gave the Cherokee their laws and their first fire. It is believed to have survived over ten thousand years.)


TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Citizens to Protect Kituwah Valley members met with Duke Energy representatives on June 18 to discuss the company’s plans to build an electricity tie station close to the historic Kituwah mound site near Bryson City, N.C.

The site is considered sacred and the mother town for Cherokee people.

Natalie Smith, an Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians citizen who is leading the citizens group, said she couldn’t discuss specifics of the meeting other than it was “productive and positive for the citizens group.”





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