Monday, February 29, 2016

2/29/16 - Leap Day, 0.0 Hunab K'u

Narragansett Native Americans with Roger Williams.

The Narragansett Indians are the descendants of the aboriginal people of the State of Rhode Island. Archaeological evidence and the oral history of the Narragansett People establish their existence in this region more than 30,000 years ago. This history transcends all written documentaries and is present upon the faces of rock formations and through oral history. The first documented contact with the Indians of Rhode Island took place in 1524 when Giovanni de Verrazano visited Narragansett Bay and described a large Indian population, living by agriculture and hunting, and organized under powerful "kings."

The Tribe and its members were considered warriors within the region. The Narragansett customarily offered protection to smaller tribes in the area. Certain Nipmuck bands, the Niantics, Wampanoag, and Manisseans all paid tribute to the Narragansett tribe. These tribes all resided in areas of Rhode Island at the time of the first European settlement around 1635. In 1636, Roger Williams acquired land use rights to Providence from the Narragansett Sachems. The colonists quickly came into contact with both the Narragansett and Niantic Sachems.

Historically, tribal members had two homes; a winter home and a summer home.  The winter home would be called a long house in which up to 20 families would live in over the cold winter months. During the summer, the tribe would move to the shore and construct Wigwams or Wetus, temporary shelter made of bark on the outside and woven mats on the inside. They would dig out large canoes from trees which could hold up to forty men.

In 1675, the Narragansett allied themselves with King Philip and the Wampanoag Sachem, to support the Wampanoag Tribe's efforts to reclaim land in Massachusetts. In the Great Swamp Massacre, a military force of Puritans from Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, and Connecticut massacred a group of Narragansett, mostly women, children, and elderly men living at an Indian winter camp in the Great Swamp located in present day South Kingstown. Following the massacre, many of the remaining Narragansett retreated deep into the forest and swamp lands in the southern area of the State. (Much of this area now makes up today's Reservation).

Many who refused to be subjected to the authority of the United Colonies left the area or were hunted down and killed. Some were sold into slavery in the Caribbean, others migrated to upstate New York and many went to Brotherton, Wisconsin.*


Why Feb 29th is "0.0.Hunab Ku" on The Galactic Calendar ~

The Galactic Calendar has an intricate system of mathematical harmonies that are generated by the meshing of the 365-day solar year and the 260-day galactic spin cycle, creating a 52-year solar-galactic cycle. This cycle reveals how the 4th-dimensional cycles of time overlay upon our 3rd-dimensional journey in exquisite harmonic patterns of meaning. With this sacred map of time we can explore the daily progression of what Dr. José Argüelles calls the "Synchronic Order," and come to understand the interconnectedness of our lives with wholly new significance.

The precision of this 52-year pattern does not allow for the arbitrary insertion of Feb 29th as a leap year solution. The notion of a 366-day year is entirely inconsistent with the galactic architecture of this 52-year pattern. As Argüelles explains, "The 13 Moon/28-day Galactic calendar is a perfection of harmony that reflects and is synchronized by the synchronic order. This is a purely fourth-dimensional order of reality, and its perfection of chromatics and harmonics establish cycles of time that are in absolute harmony with the higher dimensional order of reality. For this reason, within its own system, the 13 Moon/28-day calendar does not recognize the 29th day of February, for it would disturb and place out of synchronization this calendar with the higher dimensional cycles.

"However it does account for this day as 0.0.Hunab Ku. This day occurs every four years precisely between the 22nd and 23rd days of the Galactic Moon, and can be viewed as an extra day out of time which is no day of the week, moon or the galactic spin, hence 0.0.Hunab Ku. This is an especially spiritual day since Hunab Ku refers both to the center of the Galaxy and to the Supreme Creator, One Giver of Movement and Measure...."

In Lak'ech ~ I am Another Yourself
Eden Skywalker of

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Blue Rhythmic Monkey/ Blue Planetary Night - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 22

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 Medlin Wilhelmina Dayton (Montauk), 1624-1666.

The Montaukett or Montauk people are a Native Americant tribe of Algonquian-speaking people from the eastern end of Long Island, New York.  They are related in language and ethnicity to the Pequot and Narragansett peoples who lived across Long Island Sound in what is now Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Montauk people historically spoke the Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett language, also known as the Algonquian Y-dialect, similar to their New England neighbors, the Pequot and the Narragansett. Native Americans living on Long Island eventually became identified by European settlers by the place name of their geographic territories, such as the Montauk and the Shinnecock. The settlers mistakenly identified these loosely organized bands as "tribes," although they all shared the same culture and language. The Native Americans of the east end of the Island shared a common culture with each other and with other groups along most of the northern shore of what is now called Long Island Sound.

Those in the western part of Long Island were Lenape groups, culturally and linguistically distinct and related to a people who lived in a large territory extending from western Connecticut through the lower Hudson River Valley into New Jersey, parts of eastern Pennsylvania and the northern shore of Delaware.

The Montaukett divided their roles to obtain and process foods. The Montaukett "were farmers and fishermen." While the men fished and hunted whales, the "women would harvest corn, squash and beans." The men hunted whales by using their dugout canoes, made by hollowing out large trees.

The Montaukett derived great wealth from the wampompeag (or wampum) available on Long Island, but its value contributed to competition, attacks and their demise. Before the Montaukett obtained metal awls from the Europeans, the Montaukett artisans would make "disk-shaped beads from quahog shells...used for trade and for tribute payments" with the nearby tribes. Since the wampum became desired for trade and payment by Native Americans and the English and Dutch colonial powers, the Montaukett were raided and made politically subject by more powerful New England tribes, who demanded tribute or just stole the wampum. Introduced infectious diseases, such as smallpox, to which they had no natural immunity, and inter-tribal warfare, combined resulting in great population losses, similar to that suffered by other Native American groups.


Kin 71: Blue Rhythmic Monkey

I organize in order to play
Balancing illusion
I seal the process of magic
With the rhythmic tone of equality
I am guided by my own power doubled.

Noosphere is the mind space of inner time that stretches infinitely into the galactic future.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Sahasrara Chakra  (Dali Plasma)

Saturday, February 27, 2016

White Overtone Dog/ White Solar Wind - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 21


Uncas (1598-1683) became Sachem of the Mohegan Tribe,
 which favored collaboration with the English.

The Vision of the Mohegan Tribe:
We are the Wolf People, children of Mundo, a part of the Tree of Life. 
Our ancestors form our roots, our living Tribe is the trunk,
 our grandchildren are the buds of our future.
We remember and teach the stories of our ancestors.
We watch. We listen. We learn.
We respect Mother Earth, our Elders, and all that comes from Mundo.
We are willing to break arrows of peace to heal old and new wounds. 
We acknowledge and learnfrom our mistakes.
We walk as a single spirit on the Trail of Life. 
We are guided by thirteen generations
past and responsible to thirteen generations to come.
We survive as a nation guided by the wisdom of our past. 
Our circular trail returns us to wholeness as a people.

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut is a federally recognized tribe and sovereign tribal nation of Mohegan people(pronounced /ˈmhɡæn/). Their reservation is the Mohegan Indian Reservation, located on the Thames River in Uncasville, Connecticut.
Mohegan's independence as a sovereign nation has been documented by treaties and laws for over 350 years, such as the Treaty of Hartford secured by their Sachem (Chief) Uncas after his cooperation and victory with the English in the Pequot War (1637-1638). Although the Treaty of Hartford established English recognition of the tribe's sovereignty in 1638, after the colonial period and loss of lands, the tribe struggled to maintain recognition of its identity. It gained recognition by the Federal government of the United States in 1994.
The early 1600's were a critical period of change for Connecticut tribes, who spoke various Algonquian languages. The pressure from rapidly expanding European settlements created competition for land and resources, while new infectious diseases were decimating Indian populations at an alarming rate. Within the Pequot Tribe at that time, a dispute erupted between the Pequot Sachem (head chief) Sassacus and the leader Uncas.

Uncas left with his followers, who called themselves the Mohegan, or Wolf People, like their ancestors. Each tribe had its own idea of how to deal with European conflicts. Uncas (1598-1683) became Sachem of the Mohegan Tribe, which favored collaboration with the English colonists. The Pequot under Sassacus chose to fight the colonists, and other local tribes took sides in a war that lasted from 1637-1638.

Seeing the great losses brought on by continued fighting, Uncas had befriended the European invaders. This controversial decision brought Uncas and the Mohegan people into an uneasy alliance with the English in the ensuing war with the Pequots (1637-1638). The Mohegan helped the English defeat the Pequot.

Uncas settled his people in a village at Shantok on the Thames River, which the Tribe defended from a Narragansett invasion. It was sparked by related European as well as Indian conflicts. Finally, the Mohegan Tribe's alliance with the English kept its people relatively safe during King Philip's War and afterward.


Kin 70: White Overtone Dog

I empower in order to love
Commanding loyalty
I seal the process of heart
With the overtone tone of radiance
I am guided by the power of endlessness.

True freedom is knowing your own mind and therefore not being subject to automatic or unconscious impulses.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Anahata Chakra (Silio Plasma)

Friday, February 26, 2016

Red Self-Existing Moon/ Red Galactic Dragon - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 20

The Mahican chief, Etow Oh Koam, referred to as one the Four Mohawk Kings, in a state visit to Queen Anne in 1710, by John Simon, c1750.

The Mahicans (/məˈhiːkən/ or Mohicans /moʊˈhiːkən/) are an Eastern Algonquian Native American tribe, originally settled in the Hudson River Valley (around Albany, New York) and western New England. After 1680, due to conflicts with the Mohawk, many moved to Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Since the 1830s, most descendants of the Mahican are located in Shawano County, Wisconsin, where they formed the federally recognized Stockbridge-Munsee Communitywith the Lenape people and have a 22,000-acre (8,900 ha) reservation.

Following the disruption of the American Revolutionary War, most of the Mahican descendants first migrated westward to join the Iroquois Oneida on their reservation in central New York. The Oneida gave them about 22,000 acres for their use. After more than two decades, in the 1820s and 1830s, the Oneida and the Stockbridge moved again, pressured to relocate to northeastern Wisconsin under the federal Indian Removal program. The tribe's name came from where they lived: "Muh-he-ka-neew" (or "People of the continually flowing waters.") The word Muh-he-kan refers to a great sea or body of water and the Hudson River reminded them of their place of origin, so they named the Hudson River "Seepow Mahecaniittuck," or the river where there are people from the continually flowing waters. Therefore, they, along with tribes also living along the Hudson River (like the Munsee and Wappinger), were called "the River Indians" by the Dutch and English. The Dutch heard and wrote the term for the people of the area variously as: Mahigan, Mahikander, Mahinganak, Maikan and Mawhickon, which the English simplified later to Mahican or Mohican. The French, through their Indian allies in Canada, called the Mahicans Loups (or wolves) just as they called the Iroquois the "Snake People," (or "Five Nations.") Like the Munsee and Wippingers, the Mahicans were related to the Lenape People of the Delaware River valley.

The Mahican were living in and around the Mahicannituck ("Their name for the Hudson River"), along the Mohawk River and Hoosic River at the time of their first contact with Europeans after 1609, during the settlement of New Netherland. In their own language, the Mahican referred to themselves collectively as the "Muhhekunneuw", "people of the great river". The Mahican territory was bounded on the northwest by Lake Champlain and Lake George and on the northeast by the Pocomtuc Confederacy, Pennacook Confederacy (also known as Merrimack or Pawtucket) and the Connecticut River Valley, which was inhabited by the Sokokiof the Western Abenaki. The original Mahican homeland was the Hudson River Valley from the Catskill Mountains north to the southern end of Lake Champlain. Bounded by the Schoharie River in the west, it extended east to the crest of the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts from northwest Connecticut north to the Green Mountains in southern Vermont.

Mahican villages were fairly large. Usually consisting of 20 to 30 mid-sized longhouses, they were located on hills and heavily fortified. Large cornfields were located nearby. Agriculture provided most of their diet but was supplemented by game, fish, and wild foods. Mahican villages were governed by hereditary sachems advised by a council of clan elders. A general council of sachems met regularly at Shodac (east of present-day Albany) to decide important matters affecting the entire confederacy.


Kin 69: Red Self-Existing Moon

I define in order to purify
Measuring flow
I seal the process of universal water
With the self-existing tone of form
I am guided by the power f life force
I am a galactic activation portal
Enter me.

The memory of a "lost chord" or "lost planet" is also deeply embedded in the unconscious of the human psyche.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Manipura Chakra (Limi Plasma)

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Yellow Electric Star/ Yellow Resonant Sun - Galactict Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 19

Logan Mingo Indians:
Logan Mingo Native America,

The Mingo people are an Iroquoian-speaking group of Native Americans made up of peoples who migrated west to the Ohio Country in the mid-18th century, primarily Seneca and Cayuga. Anglo-Americans called these migrants mingos, a corruption of mingwe, an Eastern Algonquian name for Iroquoian-language groups in general. Mingos have also been called "Ohio Iroquois" and "Ohio Seneca".

Most were forced to move to Indian Territory in the early 1830s under the Indian Removal program. At the turn of the 20th century, they lost control of communal lands when property was allocated to individual households in a government assimilation effort related to the Dawes Act and extinguishing Indian claims to prepare for admission of Oklahoma as a state. In the 1930s Mingo descendants reorganized as a tribe and were recognized in 1937 by the federal government as the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma.

The Mingo may have been an independent group in the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. The etymology of the name Mingo derives from the Delaware word, mingwe or Minque as transliterated from their Algonquian language, meaning treacherous or stealthy.

The Mingo were noted for having a bad reputation and were sometimes referred to as "Blue Mingo" or "Black Mingo" for their misdeeds. The people who became known as Mingo migrated to the Ohio Country in the mid-eighteenth century, part of a movement of various Native American tribes away from European pressures to a region that had been sparsely populated for decades but controlled as a hunting ground by the Iroquois. The "Mingo dialect" that dominated the Ohio valley from the late 17th to early 18th centuries is considered a variant most similar to the Seneca language.


Kin 68: Yellow Electric Star

I activate in order to beautify
Bonding art
I seal the store of elegance
With the electric tone of service
I am guided by the power of free will.

Cosmic sky teachings accommodate every single stage and phase of spiritual growth as well as the evolutionary stages of life and consciousness simultaneously on all world systems.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Visshudha Chakra (Alpha Plasma)

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Blue Lunar Hand/ Blue Rhythmic Storm -Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 18

Amiskquew, a mid-19th century Menominee warrior, from 
History of the Indian Tribes of North America.

The Menominee (also spelled Menomini; known as Mamaceqtaw, "the people," in their own language) are a federally recognized nation of Native Americans living in Wisconsin. The Tribe has a 353.894 sq mi (916.581 km²) reservation in the state. Their historic territory originally included an estimated 10 million acres (40,468.6 km²) in present-day Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The tribe has 8,700 members. They originated as a tribe in Wisconsin.

The tribe was terminated in the 1950s under federal policy of the time which stressed assimilation. During that period, they brought what has become a landmark case in Indian law to the United States Supreme Court, in Menominee Tribe v. United States (1968), to protect their treaty hunting and fishing rights. The Wisconsin Supreme Court and the United States Court of Claims had drawn opposing conclusions about the effect of the termination on Menominee hunting and fishing rights on their former reservation land. The US Supreme Court determined that the tribe had not lost traditional hunting and fishing rights as a result of termination, as Congress had not clearly ended these in its legislation.

The tribe regained federal recognition in 1973 in an act of Congress, and re-established its reservation in 1975. They operate under a written constitution establishing an elected government. Their first government under it took over tribal government and administration from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in 1979.

Menominee customs are quite similar to those of the Chippewa (Ojibwa), another Algonquian people. Their language has a closer affinity to those of the Fox and Kickapoo tribes. All four spoke Anishinaabe languages, part of the Algonquian family.

The five principal Menominee clans are the Bear, the Eagle, the Wolf, the Crane, and the Moose. Each has traditional responsibilities within the tribe. With a patrilineal kinship system, traditional Menominee believe that children derive their social status from their fathers, and are born "into" their father's clan. Members of the same clan are considered relatives, so must choose marriage partners from outside their clan. Ethnologist James Mooney wrote an article on the Menominee which appeared in Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), incorrectly reporting that their descent and inheritance proceeds through the female line. Such as a matrilineal kinship system is common among many other Native American peoples, including other Algonquian tribes.

Menominee mythology is rich with ethical meaning. It has many elements in common with the sacred literature and cultures of other Native American peoples. Traditional Menominee believe that the Earth forms a partition between the upper and lower worlds. The upper world represents good and the lower world represents evil. These two worlds are divided into several layers, the furthest being the most powerful. The Sun is at the highest level in the upper world, followed by the Thunder bird and the Morning Star, the Golden Eagles (symbols of war) and other birds, led by the Bald Eagle. The first level below the earth in the lower world is occupied by the Horned Serpent. The succeeding lower levels are the home of the White Deer, who helped create the Medicine Dance. The next level is that of the Underwater Panther. The lowest level is ruled by the Great White Bear.

Traditional Menominee use dreaming as a way of connecting with a guardian spirit in order to gain power. During the rite of passage at puberty, both boys and girls fast for days, living in a small isolated wigwam. The youths meet individually with Elders for interpretation of their dreams. The Elders inform the youths what responsibilities they will take on following their rite of passage.


Kin 67: Blue Lunar Hand

I polarize in order to know
Stabilizing healing
I seal the store of accomplishment
With the lunar tone of challenge
I am guided by the power of self-generation.

The human learns through attempts to align patterns of intelligence with the experience of the patterns perceived in the phenomenal world.  The same process that creates nature creates the human, since the human is nature.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Svadhistanha Chakra  (Kali Plasma)

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

White Magnetic World-Bridger/ White Overtone Mirror - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 17

Lee Major, Mattaponi, wearing native hat made of duck skins.

The Mattaponi English pronunciation: /ˌmætəpoʊˈnaɪ/ tribe is one of only two Virginia Indian tribes in the Commonwealth of Virginia that owns reservation land. The larger Mattaponi Indian Tribe lives in King William County on the reservation, which stretches along the borders of the Mattaponi River, near West Point, Virginia.

The Mattaponi were one of six tribes inherited by Chief Powhatan in the late 16th century. The tribe spoke an Algonquian language, like other members of the Powhatan Chiefdom. The paramount chiefdom of the Powhatan numbered more than 30 tribes by the time the English arrived and settled Jamestown in 1607.

In addition, a Mattaponi band had long been settled outside the reservation at an unincorporated hamlet called Adamstown, located on the upper reaches of the Mattaponi River. This has been identified as Indian land in records dating to the 17th century. In 1921, the Upper Mattaponi Tribe of Adamstown organized as an official group. They are also recognized as a tribe by the Commonwealth of Virginia and own 32 acres (130,000 m2) of land in Hanover County.

According to archaeologists, indigenous peoples of successive cultures have been living in the area now called Virginia for as long as 15,000 years. The historic tribes are believed to have formed in the 14th and 15th centuries. The numerous tribes belonged to three language groups: Algonquian along the coast and in the Tidewater, Siouan in the central area and Piedmont, and Iroquoian generally in the back country and to the north. The language groups were the basis of shared cultures and identification.


Kin 66: White Magnetic World-Bridger

I unify in order to equalize
Attracting opportunity
I seal the store of death
With the magnetic tone of purpose
I am guided by my own power doubled.

All teachers, teachings, science and knowledge of past, present and future are one program or experiment in cosmic engineering.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Ajna Chakra (Gamma Plasma)

Monday, February 22, 2016

Red Cosmic Serpent/ Red Self-Existing Earth -Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 16


 The Native American hoe made of wood and bone, used by the Massachusett Tribe on display at The Quincy Historical Society,Adams Academy Building, Quincy, Mass. 

The Massachusett are a Native American people who historically lived in areas surrounding Massachusetts Bay, as well as northeast and southern Massachusetts in what is now the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including present-day Greater Boston. Tribal members spoke the Massachusett language, which is part of the Algonquian language family. The present-day U.S state of Massachusetts is named after the tribe.

The name Massachusett means “people of the great hills”, referring to the Blue Hills south of Boston Harbor. As one of the first groups of indigenous American peoples to encounter English colonists, the Massachusett experienced a rapid decline in population in the 17th and 18th centuries due to new infectious diseases. Descendants of the Massachusett continue to inhabit the Greater Boston area, but they are not a federally recognized tribe.

The Massachusett people are most likely descendants of prehistoric Paleo-Indians who lived in eastern North America at the end of the last glaciation 30,000-15,000 years before present (BP). Archeological evidence (spear points, midden mounds) uncovered in Boston indicate habitation in that area between 6,500 and 8,000 years BP. Fishing structures, such as the Boylston Street Fishweir, dating to 5,200 years BP, have been discovered since the late 20th century in what is now Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. These early people lived by seasonal migrations, alternating between inland hunting grounds and winter homes in the fall and winter, to mining their quarries for materials used for weapon and tool making, whaling, coastal fishing and foraging sites in the late spring and summer.

The Massachusett and other Algonquian tribal groups were almost destroyed by a European-carried plague between 1617 and 1619; an estimated 90 percent of all the coastal populations died. The remaining population was weakened following colonization of the area by English settlers. The tribes were further decimated by a smallpox epidemic in 1633. The death of two Massachusett military leaders, Pecksuit and Wittawamut (and those warriors with them) during an ambush at Wessegusset by Captain Miles Standish of Plymouth Colony in 1623 due to Standish being forewarned by his friend Massasoit of a coming attack, caused the Massachusett to avoid but not end further contact.


Kin 65: Red Cosmic Serpent

I endure in order to survive
Transcending instinct
I seal the store of life force
With the cosmic tone o presence
I am guided by the power of universal water.

Everything that comes into being mutates at precise moments in a synchronized timing process, which is governed by the Law of Time.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Muladhara Chakra  (Seli Plasma)

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Yellow Crystal Seed/ Yellow Electric Warrior - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 15

Mascouten Household. Artist unknown.

The Mascouten (also Mascoutin, Mathkoutench, Muscoden, or Musketoon) were a tribe of Algonquian-speakingNative Americans who are believed to have dwelt on both sides of the Mississippi River adjacent to the present-day Wisconsin-Illinois border after being driven out of Michigan by the Odawa.
They are first mentioned in historic records by French missionaries, who described the people as inhabiting the southern area of present-day Michigan. They said that the Mascouten were then more populous than all the Neutral Nation, the Huron, and the Iroquois, put together. In 1712, the Mascouten united with the Kickapoo and the Fox, after almost being exterminated by the French and the Potawatomi.
The Jesuit Relations frequently refer to the Mascouten as the "Fire Nation" or "Nation of Fire". However, one Jesuit writes: 'The Fire Nation is erroneously so called, its correct name being Maskoutench, which means “a treeless country,” like that inhabited by these people; but as, by changing a few letters, this Word is made to signify “fire,” therefore the people have come to be called the Fire Nation.'
Survivors migrated westward. The Mascouten are last referred to as a band in historic records in 1779, when they were living on the Wabash River (in present-dayIndiana) with the Piankashaw and the Kickapoo. The surviving Mascouten are noted in United States records of 1813 and 1825 as being part of the Kickapoo Prairie Band.
Their name apparently comes from a Fox word meaning "Little Prairie People". Historians do not know what they called themselves. 


Kin 64: Yellow Crystal Seed

I dedicate in order to target
Universalizing awareness
I seal the input of flowering
With the crystal tone of cooperation
I am guided by the power of intelligence
I am a galactic activation portal
Enter me.

Art is coincidental with the earliest stages of intelligence and represents the highest dimensions of consciousness to which a human can aspire.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in

Sahasrara Chakra  (Dali Plasma)

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Blue Spectral Night/ Blue Lunar Eagle - Galactic Hawk Moon of Integrity, Day 14

Gabe Paul - Maliseet - 1912:
Gabe Paul - Maliseet - 1912.

The Wolastoqiyik, or Maliseet (English pronunciation: /ˈmæləˌsiːt/, also spelled Malecite), are an Algonquian-speaking First Nations people of the Wabanaki Confederacy. They are the Indigenous people of the Saint John River valley and its tributaries, and their territory extended across the current borders of New Brunswick and Quebec in Canada, and parts of Maine in the United States. The Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, based in Maine, are the federally recognized tribe of Maliseet people in the United States. Today Maliseet people have also migrated to other parts of the world.

The people called themselves Wolastoqiyik after the Wolastoq River at the heart of their territory. Wolastoq means "Beautiful River". (English colonists later named it as the Saint John River.) Wolastoqiyik means "People of the Beautiful River," in Maliseet. The Maliseet (Malecite) have long been associated with the Saint John River in present-day New Brunswick and Maine. At one time their territory extended as far as the St Lawrence River. Their lands and resources are bounded on the east by Mi'kmaq, and on the west by the Passamaquoddy and Penobscot, who also spoke related Algonquian languages.

At the time of European encounter, the Wolastoqiyik were living in walled villages and practicing horticulture (corn, beans, squash and tobacco). In addition to growing crops, the women gathered and processed fruits, berries, nuts and natural produce. The men contributed by fishing and hunting. Written accounts in the early 17th century, such as those of Samuel de Champlain and Marc LesCarbot, refer to a large Malécite village at the mouth of the Saint John River. Later in the century, sources indicate their headquarters had shifted upriver to Meductic, on the middle reaches of the Saint John River.

With the gradual cessation of hostilities in the first quarter of the 18th century, and with the beaver supply severely diminished, fur trading declined. There was little possibility for the Maliseet to return to their traditional ways of life. Their style of seasonal, shifting agriculture on the river was curtailed by the encroachment of European settlers. All the while, the land itself was becoming well known to wealthy elites who took advantage of the quality hunting and sport-fishing spots scattered throughout the province. They took all the farmland along the Saint John River, which was previously occupied by the Maliseet, and left many Aboriginal people displaced.


Kin 53: Blue Spectral Night

I dissolve in order to dream
Releasing intuition
I seal the input of abundance
With the spectral tone of liberation
I am guided by my own power doubled.

The dimension of art is the dimension of universal self-creation.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

 The Sacred Tzolk'in

Anahata Chakra  (Silio Plasma)