In honor of Tonanzin

 

Note: December 12th is Tonanzin Day, which has now passed, yet any day is an opportunity to honor the Great Mother and the ancient wisdom of the Feminine.

Happy Tonanzin Day!!!

Here comes the day of Tonanzin! And makes my heart bloom… The time of the Great Mother… We just finished recording the story of Tonanzin in our radio talk “Ancient Wisdom of the Feminine”  posted above.

The Love that she is, is in you and all around you…

The Love that she is, is always inside of you

The is the Path and the walker and her  ways are so unique, as unique as you

She is calling you back to your original vibration, she is calling you back to the World of the Enchanted flower! The  realm of beauty, the realm of peace…

She told you.. Don’t you know that I am your Mother?

Maybe you didn’t know, maybe you did and you forgot… maybe you know!

Her relationship with you is so personal, so unique, that no one can take that away, no one can make the connection for you… only you can do it…

It has been such a prevalent message about merging your divinity with your humanness… for human beings are divine by nature, are divine in there original vibration, honoring her, is honoring the divinity in you… for so is the Mother, so is the daughter…! We listen!

 

-Magdala Ramirez

 


 

Note: We are open in our school online for registration for the next trimester, starts in December 21, in our school, we make spiritual work, is the time to know yourself and remember who you are and why you are here, awakening the skills and wisdom that resides inside of yourself, for the only one that you need to reach is you! Go to www.magdalas.com  for more info and send me an email.

 

 

Eschecagou: Short film for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

 

Note: Original video sourced from Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/467513066

To support and learn more, please visit…

American Indian Center

http://aicchicago.org/

Chi-Nations Youth Council

http://chinationsyouth.weebly.com/

Open the Circle

http://otcprojects.org/

Dancers featured: Winfield R Woundedeye, Asya St. Germaine, Jemal Delacruz, Lucky, Diamond Hardiman, Bulb Eralife, Brandon K Calhoun, Stix and Chemstiry, Skinny Boa, Sean Shahkarami, Ladybug, AG and Terrondy.

Music & Sound: DJ Earl, DJ Lucky, Michael Beharie, H. Yoshimura

Film crew: Jemal Delacruz, Wills Glasspiegel, Polarbear Red Filmz, Lucky Teklife, Tipa Limson, Frankie Pedersen, Hilary Frances

Produced by: Brandon K Calhoun, The Era Footwork Crew, Open The Circle

Special thanks: Chi-Nations Youth Council, American Indian Center – Chicago David Chavez

A film by Jemal Delacruz & Wills Glasspiegel

 

 

A VISION FOR “BIG ELK NATIVE AMERICAN CENTER”

 

Elder John Pappan (Omaha/Pawnee) (CYGM) was raised by his parents, uncles and aunts to be of service to his people.  Many of his relatives are spiritual leaders & healers.  He has a vision for the “Big Elk Native American Center” that will be of great benefit to the youth & elders in the community.

 

Prayers always help with those who believe in me, and the cause we will be successful. Aho! -John Pappan (Omaha/Pawnee)

 

John Pappan, Director for Big Elk

whitebison777@yahoo.com

 

BIG ELK NATIVE AMERICAN CENTER

Our mission is to promote equity & access for the Native American community in the Omaha, Nebraska area by providing advocacy & support.

 

We were hit by sickness & family emergencies of our board & volunteers, then the covid crisis further hit us and our new Native non-profit organization.  We welcome any donations which are tax deductible for our determined rise from this delay to launching a successful native grassroots organization.

Use paypal to send funds to director John Pappan.

Email: whitebison777@yahoo.com

The center is named after honored & respected Omaha Chief Big Elk (Onpa-tonga), this organization will serve the needs of our diverse native inter-tribal community in the Omaha metro area.

Read more A VISION FOR “BIG ELK NATIVE AMERICAN CENTER”