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1. Mandamentos Cherokee Trate a Terra e tudo que habita nela com respeito. Mantenha-se junto ao Grande Espírito. Mostre grande respeito por todos os seres. Trabalhem juntos pelo benefício da raça humana. Faça o que você achar que é certo. Cuide do bem estar da mente e do corpo. Dedique uma parte dos seus esforços para o bem Maior. Seja sempre verdadeiro e honesto. Assuma total responsabilidade por seus atos. 2. “ Sabedoria Indígena” Um resgate... ... para uma “Nova Terra” 3. Nossa Mãe Terra…

1. Mandamentos Cherokee Trate a Terra e tudo que habita nela com respeito. Mantenha-se junto ao Grande Espírito. Mostre grande respeito por todos os seres. Trabalhem juntos pelo benefício da raça humana. Faça o que você achar que é certo. Cuide do bem estar da mente e do corpo. Dedique uma parte dos seus esforços para o bem Maior. Seja sempre verdadeiro e honesto. Assuma total responsabilidade por seus atos. 2. “ Sabedoria Indígena” Um resgate... ... para uma “Nova Terra” 3. Nossa Mãe Terra…

Prior to his election as Sheriff of Apache County, Arizona in 1886, Owens worked on ranches in Oklahoma and New Mexico. Supported by the Stockgrower's Association, Owens later became Sheriff of one of Arizona's largest counties. Seen here with his unique gun belt and holster and Springfield sporter, Owens was using a Winchester on Sunday, September 4, 1887 when he shot it out with the Blevins brothers in Holbrook. In the 1890s, CP Owens served as a Deputy US Marshal and Deputy Sheriff

Commodore Perry Owens - sheriff of Apache County, later became the first sheriff of Navajo County

A long time ago when the Cherokee People were new upon the Earth, they decided that life would be much better if night time did not exist. They prayed and offered smoke to the Ouga (Creator)...

A long time ago when the Cherokee People were new upon the Earth, they decided that life would be much better if night time did not exist. They prayed and offered smoke to the Ouga (Creator).

"In the 1800's, Native American men from other tribes sometimes began to wear Plains-style warbonnets. Partially this was because of the American tourist industry, which expected Native Americans to look a certain way. Partially it was because many Native American tribes were forced to move to Oklahoma and other Indian territories during this time in history, so tribes that used to live far apart began adopting customs from their new neighbors."

Native American Headdresses: Feather and Horned Warbonnets, Porcupine Roaches, Beaded Headbands, Basket Hats and other American Indian Headdress

Рептилоидный бог древнего народа анасази | Сверхъестественное и необыкновенное

What terrible event forced their disappearance Pueblo Bonito Chaco Canyon, New Mexico mpressive prehistoric sites in the United States.

Christine Wasankari ~ San Luis Valley and Northern New Mexico In the lower foothills of The Sangre De Cristo mountains, from Santa Fe to Taos

Art 'Myths and Legends - by Christine Wasankari from Art Trading Cards

From Siberia to the Sahara, by way of face paint, mud masks, and eagle-hunting.

Stunning Photographs of the World’s Last Indigenous Tribes

mindblowing photos ancient tribes // ASARO TRIBE Location: Indonesia + Papa New Guinea Photographed in 2010

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