Sunday, November 1, 2015

Sacred Indian Burial Grounds


 
 Sacred Indian Burial Grounds
Friday, October 30
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
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In celebration of Halloween, listen to an interview with Sherrie Davis. She is a First Nations Cherokee intuitive, holistic health practitioner, and Paranormal Investigator in Vancouver, Washington. She'll talk about Ancient Indian Burial Grounds that have been mishandled by paranormal investigators who do not know or have the knowledge or skills in tribal traditions. She has also discovered several older and newer homes developed and built on top of old Native American, burial sites around Oregon and Washington. This unsettlement of the burial sites, causes a spiritual disturbance to the tribal people buried in the sites and in most cases causing a spiritual awakening and disturbance of the spirits connected to the bones and artifacts buried in the sites. Along with doing paranormal investigations, Tribal Ceremonies and blessings to bring peace and healing to the land and homes of tribal burial grounds and help bring peace to the ones who have lost their way.


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