Che-na-wah Weitch-ah-wah (To the American Indian, 1916) wrote ... "The rattlesnake is called May-yep-pere, and they make their dwelling places under the ground and in the dark recesses. The children born in this house are not afraid of these snakes, as they never harm them. The snakes crawl out a... Read More
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I met Mary L. Brennan at Sandi Gekler's house in Fairhope, Alabama. Sandi introduced her as a veterinarian and animal communicator. I'd met my share of animal communicators in places like Sedona, and was duly under-impressed. But the proof is in the pudding, so I just sat back and watched. ... Read More
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) ... "Take sugar for a slow kidney, and salt for a fast kidney." <> Che-na-wah Weitch-ah-wah (To the American Indian, 1916) wrote ... "The Indians were preservers of the sugar-pine timber which grew on the high ranges of mountains on the north s... Read More
Baking soda (and to a lesser extent soda pop) is an undiagnosed cause of heart attacks — the stomach puts a wrestling head-squeeze on the heart. You could call it a real estate boundary line dispute. <> Flaky feet are commonly caused by the (1) regular or (2) improper use of baking soda. ... Read More
American Indians didn't buy baby formula at Target when a mother couldn't produce milk and there were no cows in the neighborhood. <> Che-na-wah Weitch-ah-wah (To the American Indian, 1916) wrote ... "In child birth they [Klamath Indian doctors] prepare a woman for giving birth to her child... Read More