Deer tribe

   Also known as the Métis Medicine Society. A global organization that promulgates a blend of Native American religious traditions, neo-shamanism, and New Age spirituality through lecture tours, workshops, publications, websites, retreats, and study groups available to “anyone who seeks knowledge, healing, spiritual selfdevelopment and physical mastery.” As a registered nonprofit organization, it seeks tax-deductible donations of money (as well as donations of “time, talents, and energy”) through its website, especially for the construction of a “Spirit House of Beauty.”

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  • Deer in mythology — A gilded wooden figurine of a deer from the Pazyryk burials, 5th century BC Deer have significant roles in the mythology of various peoples. Contents 1 Celtic …   Wikipedia

  • Deer Rock — Plaque depicting the Deer Rock with clan leaders in front of single piece of rock The Deer Rock, also called Peace Rock, is located on the right bank of the Chilkoot River in Southeast Alaska in the Haines Borough, Alaska of USA. In the language… …   Wikipedia

  • DEER — The ayyal, identified with the deer (Cervus capreolus), is mentioned among the seven species of permitted game that chew the cud and are cloven footed (Deut. 14:5). The word occurs several times in the Bible in the feminine form ayyalah.   The… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ada Deer — (born 1935) is a Native American advocate and scholar who served as head of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs from 1993 ndash;1997. BackgroundA member of the Menominee tribe, Deer was born in Keshena, Wisconsin. She obtained her bachelor …   Wikipedia

  • James Young Deer — (date unknown April 1946), born J. Younger Johnston and also known as Jim Young Deer, was an early Native American film actor, director, writer, and producer. With his wife and partner, Lillian St. Cyr, they were an influential force in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Kato (tribe) — The Kato was a group of Native Americans in the United States. Kato is a Pomo word, meaning lake , and may have referred to an important Cahto village site, which the Kato tribe themselves called Djilbi . Kato is one of the five sub dialects of… …   Wikipedia

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