NOVEMBER IS NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH; AS WHITE PEOPLE, DESCENDED FROM EUROPEAN ROOTS, WE CAME, MANY OF US DID, TO AMERICA TO CREATE AND CONTROL OUR OWN TOMORROWS, OR OUR OWN PRESENT MOMENTS, WHICH IS ALL WE HAVE ANYWAY. OUR GREED, AND INDEED OUR NEED TO CONTROL AND DOMINATE WAS PERCOLATING IN AND OUT OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUSNESS, THE CRAZY, MOSTLY UNCONSCIOUS LUST FOR GENOCIDE, THE NEED TO RID THE LAND OF THESE PAGAN RED MEN, THE NEED TO SAVE THEM THROUGH JESUS, NATIVE AMERICAN WAYS WERE MADE SUBTLE BY THE SHAMAN–THE SHAMAN DID HIS OWN PRAYERS, CHANTS, RITUALS WITH SAGE CELEBRATION IN PREPARATION FOR THE EVENT. I HIGHLY RESPECT MY NATIVE AMERICAN KIN, I AM GRATEFUL FOR THEIR WISE WAYS WITH THE EARTH, AND ALL CREATED BEINGS, AND THOSE WHO ARE SOLID, SEEMINGLY TO HAVE NO LIFE, THEY BLOOM AS JASMINE AND SAGE BRUSH, THEY EMOTE THE ETHER OF JUST CUT WHEAT, THE SMELL OF SWEET GRASS, AND ROSES, FLORIDA ORANGES, DRIPPING ORGANIC NECTAR-SEX FLUIDS, DON’T LEAVE, I’M RUNNING TO CATCH UP WITH YOU, LOVE. THEY WALK SOFTLY AND WITH CONSIDERATION OF NATURE ALL AROUND THEM.
THERE’S SOME MORE INFORMATION ON NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, NOVEMBER, 2013:
In observance of Native American Heritage Month
From the birth of the United states, Native Americans have contributed to the American experience with distinction. Through their culture of character and courage, Native Americans have proudly served in the United States military for more than 200 years. President George H. W. Bush first declared November as national American Indian Heritage Month in 1990. The month honors and celebrates the cultures of American Indians, or Native Americans, and Alaskan Natives. This November in observance of National Native American heritage month, we take time to honor and recognize the significant contributions made by the Native American community. The 2013 national theme is “Guiding Our Destiny with Heritage and Traditions.”