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Friday, 28 October 2005
> From: Jeanne Svhiyeyi Aga Chadwick
> Date: 10/27/05 12:53:30
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> Forwarded by Stephanie Schwartz with thanks.
> 17, 2005
> ROBERT WALTERS: Mr. Chairman, thank you and Council, with us is
Sidney Has
> No Horses. He is a medicine man from Oglala and Mr. Chariman, he
has a
> message that he's going to all the tribes, all the reservations
with that
> came out of a ceremony and I feel it's a good message. I visited
Mr. Has No
> Horses and so at this time, I'd like to get the floor for him.
> SIDNEY HAS NO HORSES: Mitakuye Oyasin. All my relatives. I'd
like to get
> in the middle if I could, I really don't like to use the mic. My
name is
> Sidney Has No Horses. I'm from the Pine Ridge Reservation. You
> know my father, his name was Dawson Has No Horses. He was a
yuwipi man, a
> powerful medicine man. My grandfather's name is Frank Fools
Crow. He was
> also a powerful medicine man. Six months ago, we had a ceremony,
in this
> ceremony, two angels came to me and they talked to me and they
told us of
> the devastation that would happen to the islands and the Indian
Ocean. They
> told us of the earthquakes that would hit Japan. They told us of
> earthquakes that will hit South American and the they also told us
of the
> Tsunami that wiped out all the people and they told us of the
> that came to Florida, the one that came to New Orleans and the one
that went
> to Texas. There's one more hurricane coming to wipe out another
city. Two
> weeks ago, we has a cermony, Sitting Bull came in and he talked to
me; Crazy
> Horse , he talked to me; Chief Big Foot talked to me and they
asked me to go
> to the Seven Council Fires and to the Council People and to warn
all of
> these Fires, within six months. There's going to be a tidal wave
> going to wipe out Los Angeles. Within six months, there 's going
to be an
> eruption in the northwest with the volcanoes. Two eruptions
within six
> months. They say from the eruptions of theses volcanoes, the ash
is coming,
> the Missouri River will be destroyed. They say the water that we
drink from
> the ground is going to be no longer drinkable. These hardships
are coming
> because Gold is bringing this. Whether you believe in
Christianity, Native
> American Church or the traditional way, if you read the Bible, we
are going
> into the fourth seal. There's diseases coming that are going to
wipe out
> our children and like this man said here, meth -methaphetamine on
our rez is
> very bad too. If we don't stop that, it's going to destroy the
> generation. Many vegetables are going to be born into our
tribes. When I'm
> done here, I am going to Standing Rock and I am going to stand in
front of
> them, their council and tell them the same thing I am telling you
> This winter is going to be very cold for a long time. Ranchers
are going to
> lose their horses and cows because it is not going to warm up. The
price of
> propane is going to skyrocket and sometimes they are not going to
be able to
> deliver the propane to our families. This food issue in the
Bible, it says
> one day there will be no food in the store's shelves. If you look
at the
> hurricane, a lot of the stores, there's no food on the shelves.
> people lost their homes. They can't drink the water and so I come
> of the mighty chiefs that talked to me and because of who I am.
They tell
> me, I need to warn the tribes. Today, I came here without
announcement, but
> to see you all gathered like this, I know God is on my side to see
> gathered. The Sisseton-Wahpeton tomorrow will be gathered at
10o'clock and
> they will hear what I have to hear. The Flandreau people are
gling to be
> waiting for me tomorrow evening. I 'm going up to Fort Yates
here, I'm
> going to talk to them even if it's after hours and so I thank you
very much
> for letting me come in and I'm thankful that I got all of you
together at
> the same time. I offer you all a handshake. My name is Sidney Has
No Horses
> I'm from Batesland, South Dakota. You might want to write this
down. My
> phone number is 605-288-0097. We incorporated ourselves through
the State
> of South Dakota to let you know that we are serious. Within six
months, we
> are going to be living in hell of a world and these chiefs have
talked to me
> and my cousins. If you ever want a ceremony, you get ahold of us
and we
> will bring you a ceremony t let you believe. But the chiefs tell
me, some of
> you have good hearts. Some of you have good mind. Some of you
> spirituality. You are the people that will take heed on the words
I bring
> and there's a lot of people that didn't believe us when everything
we told
> them has happened and my President, Cecilia Fire Thunder, I talked
to her
> yesterday and she supports because everything I told her would
happen to our
> tribe has happened. The power of God, he knows what he's bringing
to us and
> in three years, as the keepers of Mother Earth, if the Seven Fires
do not
> come together, there's going to be a meteorite that will be coming
and it's
> going to hit off of San Francisco and they told us that the Seven
> Fires,, theses Seven Fires never has hate and jealousy toward each
other. I
> ve been trying to get the medicine men of Oglala to be in unity,
but they
> can't and now Gold asked me to come and get all the Tribal
Councils together
> and all the tribes together. That's a very hard job that he's
giving me. I
> m very nervous as I stand here in front of you, but I tried to
look you all
> in the eye to let you know thatI'm for real and so at this time,
there are
> food for thought, things you can think about in the next six month
and this
> little time you have given me. I thank you. Now I'm going to
Standing Rock
> I will be going to every reservation.. Maybe the tribal members
will et
> together and at least the tribal presidents will have a ceremony
for all you
> to hear and believe in God. All my relatives. Mitakuye Oyasin.
You have
> my phone number and so if any questions, please contact me.

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:54 AM EDT
Tuesday, 25 October 2005
Something I wrote and sent out back in May, Please comment on it.

I have spent the last few days meditating on the state of the world. Asking what can I do to change the outcome of the various prophecies, and how to protect myself and those who come here seeking shelter and refuge. A interwoven idea came to me, don't know if it will work, but its better then anything I have seen up till now. In the rest of this message, I will share the idea as best I can. I'm no great speaker or writer, just a man who cares.

To all governments, corporations and religious business in the world I have a few words to say. Either cooperate with us, the people of the world or be consigned to the scrap heap of failed institutions.

First and primary to all else, each and every person in the world has the right to adequate, nutritious food. Not just sometimes, but all the time. Not the junk pushed as food by various corporations, but tasty, nutritious food. Grown localy by the people who either eat it or supply it to their community.

Second and just as inportant. everyone has the right to adaquate shelter. It doesn't have to be palatial, just shelter to keep them dry and warm, and give them a sense of privacy. Comfortable would also be part of this. This doesn't have to enrich anyone. People can be given the material land, and plans and build their own if nothing else.

Third, each and every person in the world has the right to education. Not the government sponsered education of today. Rather a education that will allow them to decide for thenself what needs doing and how to go about it. A education that takes into account the fact that we all have differnt abilities and each may then contribute to the good of the whole. Thereby giving each of them a feeling of belonging and contributing.

Fourth, nobody should feel compelled to do something out of fear. I realize that most of our fears are generated by government. Sometimes fears of anyone who looks or acts different then we do. Sometimes to control the people. Always to enhence the power of the government. From this day fourth, any government or corporate entity that uses fear to control its people or inpose their ways on other people shall be declared null and void. I feel quite rightly that their are enough lions and tigers and bears to go around without government induced fears.

Fifth I belive most problems are best handled by the people they directly concern. Thus be it family, neighbors, tribes, villages or nations the decisions should be made in council with everyone involved getting to speak. No decision shall be valid unless it is reached by concensus. That any powers given to a governing body be limited to the specific purpose of that governing body. All other things are reserved to the people.

Finaly I believe that every family, every community, every tribe has the right to trade the goods and services they produce with any other tribe, community or nation for goods and services produced elsewhere without governmental controls. Thus if I grow extra potatoes and your community produces cloth I should be able to trade my potatoes for your cloth without outside interferance.

This I set fourth as a guidline for all mankind on this the 22nd. day of May, 2005 CE.
To be debated, enhenced and put into place by all people everywhere. A citizen of the world.

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:10 AM EDT
Saturday, 22 October 2005
I have since 1952 been blessed and cursed with visions of things that later happened. At first I dreaded these visions. Then I learned if I warned people and shared the vision, the people could change the outcome. Not by avoiding the incident, but by changing the cause of the incident.
Over the last few years I have seen earthquakes that leveled cities, rape and murder gangs roaming the streets of our cities, flooding of the coasts, volcano activity including where none had been and civil wars all over the globe including here in the USA. All of these are caused by greed and mans ruthless rape of the Earth. Also by the unchecked power of a few bankers and others. If it's not brought into balance, mankind may well be extinct.
The first thing needed is to create community, for no person can survive alone. The second is to live in harmony with your environment. The third thing is to start believing your religious teachings. The fourth thing is to listen to the guidance of your heart.
Thats about all I can say right now, but please change your of thinking and acting so that you may be among the many who will ensure the survival of mankind and the blessing of the next 7 generations

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:53 PM EDT
Wednesday, 19 October 2005
What did mr Bush know about the leaks?
All the talk about Rove and Libby being indicted. Seems to me they work for mr. Bush and mr. Chaney. If they talked to reporters it was probably on direct orders from their boss. Wouldn't matter, neither one of them has ever told the truth about anything. See where mr. Chaney got several million worth of stock options from his (former) company. If he doesn't work for them now, he should be, seeing as how he has made them a bundle with his no bid contracts. Oh well, politics as usual. Do anything and everything except what you supposidly get elected for.

Posted by 1bigtree at 9:55 PM EDT
Monday, 10 October 2005
Subject: [Tradition_OF_The_Redroad] Questions To Ponder As Columbus Day nears...

Another Message from the United Confederation of Taino People (UCTP):

Questions To Ponder As Columbus Day nears...

Please forward and print (one copy or many) this questionnaire and
distribute as widely as possible.
Please consider having your children hand it to their teachers, post
it on the bulletin board at your community center,
discuss it with your friends and neighbors, mailing a copy to your
Mayor, City Council and House Representatives,
Senators, Governor and President -- why are politicians neglecting to
do something about this absurd & abominable
holy day (that IS what holiday means) that only serves the purpose of
rubbing salt into some of the old, festering wounds
of so many in our multi-cultural society.


What is the meaning of this day to each of us, or is there any meaning
at all?
Please bring this up as a topic of discussion with others, and send us
a message at to let us know what kind of responses you are getting.


Questions To Ponder As Columbus Day nears:

1. Columbus sailed into the Caribbean and never even set foot in what
is now known as the United States.
So, why do we, in the United States, give him one of our 8 Federal

2. Why should Columbus be given credit for "discovering" the Americas
anyway, when we all know those l
ands were already inhabited and had been for thousands of years?
Didn't the inhabitants of those lands discover them?
Look at any map of the US and see the many, many, many states, cities
and towns that all bear the Native American
names of people and peoples who once populated those regions:
Illinois, Oklahoma, Cheyenne, Nantuckett, Milwaukee,
Yuma, Omaha, Witchita, Tallahassee, Mississippi, Muskogee, Tennessee,
Allegheny, Missouri, Kentucky, Huron,
Tuscalloosa and on and on and on......

3. Knowing that Native Americans were already here, and Columbus never
was here, why does anyone go along
with the myth that "Columbus Discovered America", when we all know it
is not true?

4. Why aren't we taught the whole truth about Columbus' actions and
the devastating consequences of those actions?
Why are we only told about Columbus, who as a boy who always wanted to
sail and then when he got older
Spain provided him three ships & he sailed across the ocean and
(where millions of Taino had lived for thousands of years and which we
now call the Caribbean).

5. Why are we only taught about that FIRST voyage, and not the other 3
voyages, when all hell broke loose?
Why aren't we taught about how on the second voyage, unlike the first
when Columbus only had 3 small old ships,
Columbus was given 17 large ships and 1,500 armed men eagerly signed
up for the chance to go to the "New World"
with hopes of getting rich quick on the gold to be found there? Also,
why aren't we taught about the greed and brutality
of the Spaniards against the Taino (who have been remembered as "naked
savages" in our history books, if at all), and how
the Taino were murdered and enslaved on that second voyage?

Why are we not taught about the third voyage & how when King Ferdinand
& Queen Isabella of Spain heard about
Columbus' actions in the "New World" he was sent back to Spain in
chains to stand trial for his crimes, was convicted
and stripped of his titles? Or, how the Spaniards tricked 80 of the
Taino leaders into a hut and burned them alive? Isn't
to omit the ugly part of the truth considered LYING BY OMISSION? Then,
that is what our schools are doing when
they only teach about the first voyage, they are lying by omission to
our students, and we as a improperly educated
country have a holiday for an evil, greedy, slave-trading, murderer.

Some people say he is worthy of the honor of a holiday for his
nautical genius, but the Vikings sailed across the ocean
to North America 500 years before, Marco Polo sailed to China & India
300 years prior and the Chinese set foot upon
the very shores that Columbus did 71 years prior to the arrival of
Columbus, the difference being, Columbus "claimed"
the land and cites the Papal Bulls with giving him the authority to do
so if no one disputes the action, and Columbus
according to his journal, was careful to add that no one disputed it
at the time, while admitting at the same time that
they could not understand each other, so how could they be expected to
understand what his flag-planting and
pronunciations meant?

6. Many people will argue that Columbus brought Western Civilization
to what is now known as the United States,
and that is the reason the US bestows upon him the honor of a holiday.
But how can we make that correlation when
Columbus, working for Spain, came in 1492 and the European colonizers,
who came here TWO HUNDRED years later,
came from England? If Columbus is worthy of being given credit for
this "achievement", wouldn't it have happened
200 years earlier and wouldn't we all be speaking Spanish now as the
countries he invaded do?

7. Some people will argue that Columbus Day is a day for recognition
of Italians, an Italian Pride Day.
Are Italians more worthy of recognition than other ethnic groups in
this country we have proudly (?) nicknamed
"The Melting Pot"? I have heard Italians say that Germans have
Oktoberfest, the Irish have St. Patrick's Day and
Mexicans have Cinco de Mayo, but none of those are FEDERAL holidays.
The only two ethnic groups worthy
of recognition for their contributions and sacrifice in this land are
those who were ALREADY HERE when the
Europeans came and those who the Europeans BROUGHT HERE IN CHAINS. All
other ethnic groups came
here voluntarily.

It was long overdue but African Americans finally got their holiday -
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January....
but Native Americans still don't have a holiday (urge your
congressmen and women to support House Bill #167).

Some people think he is deserving of the honor because he proved the
world was round, but this was already a
widely accepted belief by educated people at the time as Ptolemy, the
ancient astronomer and geographer from
Egypt, declared that the Earth was spherical in the

second century.

8. Why do 17 states refuse to recognize and/or celebrate Columbus Day?

9. Why do protestors gather and march at every Columbus Day Parade?

10. And, WHY is Columbus honored with one of our 8 federal holidays in
the US when:

a. He didn't "discover" us, or anything previously undiscovered or

b. He never set foot on what is now U.S. soil

c. His legacy is greed, theft, destruction, brutality, slave-trading
and murder

d. It is offensive to Latin American, African American and Native

e. Native Americans, who were here and are worthy of a holiday, still
don't have one.

11. And why have the Taino people of the Caribbean and those in the
US, whose ancestors have paid such a huge
price for the misfortune of being "discovered", been erroneously
declared extinct and are therefore denied legal
recognition by the government?

***To learn more about the truth, read books like In Defense of the
Indians by Bartolome de Las Casas,
A Peoples History by Howard Zinn, Lies My Teacher Told Me by James
Louwen and Rethinking Columbus
by Bigelow and Peterson.***

Posted by 1bigtree at 9:20 PM EDT
Tuesday, 27 September 2005
Constitution II
The first thing I notice is "Section 1.(legislative powers:in whom vested:) All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representives. That means the President nor the various agencies can not write or make laws. They only have the power to carry out existing laws. So where did the Federal Register become a tool for enacting laws? Anything published in that, by definition has to be directed at carrying out of existing laws as passed by Congress. Many burdosome regulations would be eliminated just by challenging their legality. Up to us to do it.
Congress has the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations, among the several states and with indian Tribes. How many jobs have been lost because congress hasn't done its job of regulating and colected duties on foreign goods?
I will write some more tomarrow. I invite anyone visiting to post their own info, pet peve or suggestion, or comment on anything I have posted.

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:35 PM EDT
Monday, 26 September 2005
The US Constution and us.
I have been called unamerican recently. Why? Because I question much that the Federal Government is doing any more. I asked who is legal and who is taking powers not given by the Constitution.

You have to remember that the United States is made up of 50 Nation/States, though to begin with only 13. Thus each of them were very jealous of their powers as a State(nation). So they created a Federation which had a specific purpose and specific limits to its power.

Its purpose was very well stated.
We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The States in effect agreed to give some powers to the Federation while retaining the rest of the powers for themself. In 1787 when it was first proposed only Deleware agreed to it. Rhode Island didn't agre until 1790. Two states in approving it reserved the right to leave the federation in the future if it assumed too many powers, NY and VA. In fact those two states agreed to it by very narrow margins. NY by a vote of 30 to 27 and VA by a vote of 89 to 79. No state agreed to it unamously.

Tomarrow I will get into what it allows and what it prevents. In the mean time I suggest that you post your own thoughts and ideas right here, either by comments or by posting your own article.

Posted by 1bigtree at 9:15 PM EDT
Thursday, 22 September 2005
Today life goes on
Today I was riding Fancy to give her a workout, and wishing in the 94 deg. heat that we would get some rain. We are over 48 inches behind in the last 6 years. Well behind for the month and year so far. Yet at the same time Katrina flooded NO and Rita is about to flood the whole SW coast of the Gulf.

We got about 1/10" of rain from Katrina and if this storm follows the same path, will get about the same from Rita. Too much somewhere, not enough elsewhere. Yet life goes on. Thats the most important part. No matter what happens, we have to remember that life goes on. Maybe not as we would like, but we pick up the parts we have and continue.

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:37 PM EDT
Thursday, 15 September 2005
What Grandmother shared with me
A list of things the elders always asked anyone who came to them for help,
and two other questions the first of which Grandmother added, the second one
I added. Answer them for yourself, their is no right answer.

1: Who are you?
This is not the name given on your birth certificate, but who or what you
feel deep inside.

2: Where are you from?
This in the old days told the elder who among the elders had a influence on
the person. Today it is used by the elders to judge how to respond to the

3: Why are you here?
Why are you seeking help outside yourself. Why you are asking the elder to
help you, and most important why you are here.

4: What are you doing about it?
What are you doing about the answer to the first 3 questions.

5: How will it affect the next 7 generations?
How will your answers to the first four questions affect the next seven
generations. Will you make a difference.

Sent with love,
Big Tree

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:52 PM EDT
Sunday, 11 September 2005
Today is the anniversery of 9-11. Are we safer today then we were then? Has Osama bin Laden been captured? Was the invasion of Iraqi about fighting terrist? Is the boondogle of Katrina a part of the war in iraq? Has the Patriot Act been worth it? As far as I can see, the only one who has profited from 9-11 and the rest of the failures of the bush administration is mr. Chaney. Why should one man and one company profit from the human misery that is the administrations policy? Please comment and post what you think. I hate to think so many good people here and in the so called war zones, were killed for the personal profit of mr. chaney and co.

Posted by 1bigtree at 10:13 PM EDT

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