Monday, March 24, 2008

Back from Suquamish

I was fortunate enough to spend Friday in Suquamish Washington at the Suquamish Tribe. I had a wonderful visit and got to see the 8000 Drums Aboriginal Drumming. The Canoe Family at Suquamish was drumming at Old Man House as part of the event, which is described below:

Darlene Courchene was contacted by my friend Gilles Novaks who is a Montagnais Indian from Montreal. He is a Medicine Man and a Healer.
He asked me to get as many Tribal people to participate in a worldwide ceremony called the "8,000 Drums."
He was contacted by two Huron Clan Grandmothers from up there in Canada and they asked him to help spread the word to Indians everywhere. It will take place on March 21, 2008 at 12:00 noon. All you need to do isplay a drum either alone, or with a group or have the whole Tribe participate. The purpose is to fulfill the OTOMI PROPHECY. The Otomi'sare Mayan Olmec and Toltec descendants. The drums will be played so that the Creator will hear us and grant our wishes as we pray for help in the Healing Process of our Mother Earth....People are destroying Her and our Mother Earth needs our prayers. Thank you.

The drumming was beautiful. I am so fortunate to have these experiences.

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