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Originally posted by Asherah
I don't like to speak ill of others, but when it comes to Kiesha Crowther, I cannot remain silent. She has been caught in many lies in the U.S. and is being investigated by two tribes. Therefore, I greatly question any prophecy she sets forth on anything. She has made claims that she was made "Shaman" over the Salish tribe in the Flathead of Montana. Then she made claims that she is Lakota, and was made "shaman" over the Lakota too.
I grew up and lived on the reservation most of my life in Montana. The Salish tribal elders do not know of her. She is currently under investigation for fraud. www.newagefraud.org...
She also charges money for "shamanic teachings" and ceremonies. As a first nations woman I can assure you that it is insulting to our culture and my people to charge monies for ceremony. The ceremonies and teachings are not for sale.
I urge anyone with questions about these things contact an elder of a tribe to discuss these things. You will find that it is against our ways to charge money for teaching or ceremonies.
Also, we do not believe in pole shifts and do not give what you call "shamanic teachings". Our holy men do not refer to themselves as "shaman" and our holy men and teachers stay with the people. The authentic old ones, do not travel and do not charge.
Originally posted by stereologist
I do hope that people are aware that rapid pole shifts have never happened. Studies of pole shifts are known in the scientific literature as TPWs. That stands for true polar wandering. There is also apparent polar wandering. Geological studies show that there has not been a TPW in 200My.
Stereologist, you have no evidence to persuade anyone that it could not happen very quickly.
In fact looking at the catacylsmic damage of continents and very fast freezing i would say its more that it WOULD be quick.
Originally posted by GrinchNoMore
reply to post by stereologist
Fair enough, They do drift slowly indeed, but i do not think continents drifted that far apart with gradual slippage...looks like they broke apart most violently.