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    Hi, I'm Ahmed Crow "the chief":) from egypt 36 years old, I'm new here and hope to spend good time here with other members and learn something new about native americans.
    Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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    What do you want to know?


    Why must I feel like that..why must I chase the cat?


    "When I was young man I did some dumb things and the elders would talk to me. Sometimes I listened. Time went by and as I looked around...I was the elder".

    Mr. Rossie Freeman

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    • #3
      Let's start wih religion, what's the religion of native americans ? what they were worshipping ?
      Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tzlebxng752
        I'm still learning from you, while I'm improving myself. I certainly love reading all that is written on your blog.Keep the information coming. I liked it!
        Thank you, your words are so good, I hope I'm the right person you're talking about, this is my blog link but it's written in arabic, if you mean another blog, really I don't remember.

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        Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by the_chief View Post
          Let's start wih religion, what's the religion of native americans ? what they were worshipping ?
          Native Americans is a fairly broad term. There are many nations covered under this description. On this forum, we have Cheyenne, Lakota, Navajo, Apache, and more. We all have different ceremonies, and therefore different ways of worship.
          Take nothing for granted. Life can change irrevocably in a heartbeat.

          I will not feed the troll-well, I will try.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by subeeds View Post
            Native Americans is a fairly broad term. There are many nations covered under this description. On this forum, we have Cheyenne, Lakota, Navajo, Apache, and more. We all have different ceremonies, and therefore different ways of worship.
            I think both these guys are spammers. It's bad when the spammers post on each others spammed threads !
            I believe blood quantums are the governments way to breed us out of existance !


            They say blood is thicker than water ! Now maple syrup is thicker than blood , so are pancakes more important than family ?

            There are "Elders" and there are "Olders". Being the second one doesn't make the first one true !

            Somebody is out there somewhere, thinking of you and the impact you made in their life.
            It's not me....I think you're an idiot !


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            • #7
              Originally posted by wardancer View Post
              I think both these guys are spammers. It's bad when the spammers post on each others spammed threads !
              This is disappointing....the one person really liked my recipe, too! LOL!!
              Last edited by eagleclanriverband; 11-27-2016, 01:54 PM. Reason: past tense grammar

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              • #8
                "wardancer" don't worry I'm not spammer, I'll not write my real personal information and put my real picture if I'm a spammer, but really I don't know or remember the other guy.
                Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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                • #9
                  as far as i know.....most native religions dont require worship

                  MOST (not all) of us believe it or not are monotheistic so whether you you call the creator "tunkasila (grandfather)" or "usen" it doesnt really matter....we all have but ONE commandment

                  that seems to be universal through the whole western hemisphere.....that "commandment" from the creator is to respect the creation....something mankind hasnt been doing a good job of

                  giving thanks and ceremony is not worship.......its a courtesy

                  different tribes have different ways and different creation stories and different names ect ect ect

                  non-ndnz make religion harder than it needs to be
                  "I on the trail of a possible good Indian lady and she is reported to like the old way's and she to believes in big family and being at home with kids all the time"... - MOTOOPI aka WOUNDED BEAR

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by subeeds View Post
                    Native Americans is a fairly broad term. There are many nations covered under this description. On this forum, we have Cheyenne, Lakota, Navajo, Apache, and more. We all have different ceremonies, and therefore different ways of worship.
                    Thanks, it's new information for me.
                    Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by milehighsalute View Post
                      as far as i know.....most native religions dont require worship

                      MOST (not all) of us believe it or not are monotheistic so whether you you call the creator "tunkasila (grandfather)" or "usen" it doesnt really matter....we all have but ONE commandment

                      that seems to be universal through the whole western hemisphere.....that "commandment" from the creator is to respect the creation....something mankind hasnt been doing a good job of

                      giving thanks and ceremony is not worship.......its a courtesy

                      different tribes have different ways and different creation stories and different names ect ect ect

                      non-ndnz make religion harder than it needs to be
                      These are good information too.
                      Be brave, lose your mind and make me the chief, and then we'll face the world together and will win.

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