Cry For The People Here IN The US

Cry For The People Here IN The US

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RE: Buffalohair-Jage Press: Welcome to The Grandmothers page

Welcome

Now Up to April 2011 The Main Front page got half a million hits! Wow!

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Welcome to Buffalohair Gazette International

 

Got the Server Oct. 25th 2008.

finally Our Front page

Got This post up on Nov, 8th, 2008 .


Greetings To our new home !

As we get settled in, we are exploring a bit ourselves What new features will we bring you. What were some of the best features of my Journals? What helped you the reader, the most? Sit back and relax as we take you around the World and into every field of thought and discovery. Read the newest update in the World News of what is really happening, that you seldom see or hear about. News that makes you stop and think. Stories that will break your heart. Stories that will make you laugh.

Ann



All original Art, Poetry and Stories posted on this site remains the sole property of the authors themselves.

It’s Time to ‘Listen to the Elders’

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A message you need to post eh

October 20, 2007 6:35 PM

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Dear Little Sister, Annie

This story needs to be posted with the mothers/grannies since it’s about them.

I was going to post it at Vue but I think I rather take it to where it belongs. Buffalohair

Topic: Hugs Other Native Topics Prayer for our Friends!!!!!!!

THANK YOU MOTHERS & GRANDMOTHERS

As I was preparing to leave for Oklahoma I got a call from my family. My brother was only one day from death since his liver ceased to function do to the effects of cirrhosis. His MELD was a solid 40 and he was not going to get a
transplant and he was incoherent. My sister called and said the doctors did not think me would make it another day and here I sit helpless and 400 miles away.As we all do, I have my ceremonies, customs and traditions that were handed down to me from my elders. Without making mention of these sacred things, I was hard at it as I
enveloped myself in our ancient ways while I marked time for the journey to Oklahoma. You know what I mean eh, I was praying all the time and making my vows and I was determined to keep my faith with no exception. And boy, them bad dudes were really messing with my thoughts.

Then I asked “The Mothers & Grandmothers” for the medicine of prayer to at least keep my brother alivetill I was able to get to Oklahoma. I asked in a good way for assistance so as to draw that “medicine” and petition the Creator in our time honored custom.

Today, my dad called and informed me that I did not have to hurry anymore. My heart sank in one fall swoop as I braced myself for the inevitable. In my thoughts I began tocurse the situation I was in since I was not able to leave town as of yet. I began to beat myself up over the fact I was in a compromised situation and was beginning to blame myself for not being at my brother’s side at this time. In any event, I could feel the tears welling up in my eyes as I braced myself for the news. You just don’t know how that pit in my belly felt. I was nauseous and this all took place in a matter of seconds while my pop spoke.I told my dad, “OK give it to me”.

Then in his slow methodical Cheyenne accented voice he said, “Son, youdon’t have to be in any hurry to get here now, Rayburn your brother, well Rayburn sat up and demanded some food because he was starving. All your sisters were around the bed when he did this. For once in their lives, your sisters had nothing to say because they were without words. The doctors and nurses ran into the room because your brother tore off all them wires he had on and wanted to pee. They could not believe their eyes because this was a death watch since he was beyond hope. Them doctors don’t know what happened. But all of a sudden Rayburn was not so yellow anymore and he was talking like he always does.

Them doc’s said he may be able to go to a nursing home in Clinton or Elk City near us till he is better too.”


We all know what happened, it was the “medicine” and I am forever great-full. I still have my niece to Deal with and that is a very sad situation. But I will be able to focus much better without having to cope with the emotional impact of loosing my brother.


THANK YOU MOTHERS and GRANNIES!!!Hu Ho!

Buffalohair

Healing PrayersUrgent Prayers for Carlos/Buffalohair !

Healing Prayers

Healing Poles of Prayers for you and your loved one, from all of our people

THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF
THIRTEEN INDIGENOUS GRANDMOTHERS

http://www.youtube.com/v/GKGXpK8LXR4

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Bluebird Woman Elayna Reyna of the San Juan Bautista American Indian Council puts her own healing energy into the Childrens Healing Sculpture placed in San Francisco for children of the World.the first Heal All Life sculpture dedicated to the Children of the World in 1997.

http://www.lff1.org/larsonfoundation/HAL/main.htm

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Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:03 pm Post subject: THE INTERNATIONAL COUNSEL OF INDIGENOUS GRANDMOTHERS

Remember them gals from Indigenous cultures around the world who talked to the Dali Lama about world peace? Well, I do since one of them grannies is my aunty, my mom’s sister Margaret Behan. I talked with her the other day back on the rez and she is still doing the deal and championing Native and Human interests around the globe. So, in a shameless attempt to take full advantage of media exposure, I will promote my auntie’s web site in the hopes she will make me some fry-bread next time she is on the rez. http://tribes.tribe.net/13grandmothers

Your Devil’s Advocate and good nephew…..
Buffalohair
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