I have my reservations about this one.
My Story-A Sioux Indian in the Watchtower Organisation
consults the smoke of the great wakmaka tree. Chief Waneta ancestors tell him to eat only corn for 1 week when he will see a vision. Chief Waneta is given a great vision and told to join his ancestors in the worship of the Great Spirit. Peace be unto you.
Hey chief! Got anything for me to smoke. Must be great stuff you're having
I googled several things wakmaka tree - nothing A dominate Sioux chief, Waneta ("Charger") received six gunshot wounds in battles. He was painted by George Catlin in 1830. - Ok so he was stoned and found a name. The body of it reads like a 1950's western. I suppose that some out there are so bored they need to post odd messages just to get them past the moment
For many moons now I have been pondering on the reality of the great spirit in the sky. Please can you tell us from a Native American point of view who exactly is the great spirit and is their an after life.
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Hey buddy, take the Hollywood Indian act elsewhere. I get enough of that bull**** at work from bumpkin redneck frenchmen who think they're funny.
If you're really Sioux try giving us a legitimate introduction instead of the two-bit comedy act. There are other First Nations posters on this board, y'know.
How......do you do?
You have rednecks in Quebec? ;) For some reason I always thought that was a "southern" phenomenon.
We had a tribe near where I live long ago....
They were called the "Fakawi" tribe.
Every day the chief would climb up on a rock, look around, and say "We're the Fakawi"?
Unfortunately, Dave, mouth-breathing troglodyte a-holes seem to be a universal phenomenon.
I've even encountered them in Sweden when I went there for a wedding.