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Are you a rainbow warrior or Walker? Do you know the Native American Prophecies?

The SuperMoon on May 5th (Wesak Moon) held many insights…did you notice this too?

One of them for me was “its time to find and gather the Rainbow Warriors.”

How do you know if you are a rainbow warrior or have been walking this way?

A couple of places I’ll direct you to one being,  the Cree tradition on this blog  post from 2009 ( my question in the post is finally answered years later)/rainbow-warriors-the-stars-are-calling/

And this video has a Hopi version in it.

Can you see yourself as a rainbow warrior?

Have you been walking as a rainbow warrior without realizing it?

Will you join me in finding others and gathering together now with our special gifts and strong hearts to fulfill our duty?

I have been waiting a long time for you, have you been waiting for me?

A 7 step home study program on  ‘setting your magic’ free will be coming Summer 2012!

You can connect with me at my email margaritbrigham@gmail.com

My hope lies in wait, I need YOU, so do we all!

Margarit Brigham

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This blog was first set up as my journal with teachings from my native elder Dave Courchene. I have not seen him since I began this blog in 2008 but his teachings and my actions are still in sync. After I did the radio show on a love connection with Mother Earth…an article came out about Dave being in Ottawa…it reads:

The Spiritual Backstory of the Crown-First Nations Gathering

By ICTMN Staff February 20, 2012

Anishnabe Elder Dave Courchene, winner of the 2012 National Aboriginal Achievement Award for spirituality and the founder of Turtle Lodge, a center for learning that envisions all the races coming together in the lighting of the eighth fire foretold by the elders.

“It is said by our elders—the wisdom keepers and the visionaries of our people—that we have entered a very special time. And it is a time of great opportunity. It is a time that we are witnessing changes happening around the world,” Courchene said in his speech and prayer explaining the spiritual nature of the gathering and its relevance to the material world.


“Our people foresaw all of these things,” he said. “We consider today very historical to be able to come together and to reflect on the original instructions that we were all given as human beings. And that was to bring peace and love into this world.”

The sentiment was acknowledged privately, before the opening ceremony, when Prime Minister Stephen Harper presented the three elders—Courchene, Bertha Commanda and Barney Williams Jr.—with tobacco. Then on behalf of the three elders, Courchene presented him with a scroll, while Barney presented one to Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo. The scroll highlights Ogitchi Tibakonigaywin—the Great Binding Law of the Kizhay Manito (the Creator) and the Seven Teachings.

I Love The last paragraph…

“I call upon the drum to call us to order,” Courchene said, explaining to the various cultures assembled that the drum represents the heartbeat.


“I call upon the drum to carry these words that the elders continue to speak about, that we will find that courage to be able to do the right thing,” he said. “There are many many ways to do the wrong things. But there’s only one way to do the right thing. And it’s written in our hearts. All we need to do is find the courage to listen to the voice of the heart that speaks to all of us. Because we are all within the human family.”

Later, in his speech and opening prayer, Courchene emphasized the importance of putting children and mothers back into the center of our lives, calling on participants to remember the “original instructions” that all were given by the Higher Power to bring peace and love into the world. He emphasized everyone’s connection to Mother Earth.

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