Inline response below. I am cw: for wb (White Buffalo) Calf Woman,
cw: I was looking for images for Grandmother Going Places and ran across an image, on your blog. I try to make it a courtesy to write to others, when I display their information on our blogs. Many times they simply don't write back. I am happy you did. By the way, if you upload your image again, the header image it will fit better on your blogspot. Remove image, click reduce size at bottom left, then upload image again. Just a tip, to assist your blogging.
cw: The Morning Star is the sacred eight directions in our Rainbow Colors. Four colors represent our flesh body and four colors represent our soul body. And when the soul and flesh unite, we are the rising sun, or the "MORNING STAR". This is called the yellow way, visit this domain page and you can read what the four paths are whitebuffalocalfwoman.net. The Lakota people have treasured this throughout time and is part of the flag and upon many blankets, the woven fabric of our lives.. Eight sides are sacred and holy, like a mountain and the eagle. And without knowing exactly what it meant, they trusted the knowledge that blows in the wind. By the way, the Red Road, is the "LAW of LOVE".
cw: Three Am is not surprising, the number which represent joy and the evolution period we are entering 2013. Three is the color yellow, which is the dream we all carry. The dream is to unite with our soul, to be twin to our flesh, to walk united and address, the yellow way, that fulfills. The third phase of evolution is about the twin. Twin hearts (feeling others, no hiding anymore). Twin stars (two suns, the others will show in the sky). Twin self (soul and flesh). And for your Greek ascension day holiday, the Morning Star does rise, or ascending as we watch it, the sun rise. This is the Morning Star (not Venus), our Sun. It seems, your soul was speaking to you, but a sacred interpreter (wakan iyeshka), like me, was needed to interpret the facts, the dream come true.
cw: There is a knowing within the shaman you visited, however the only Tribe who uses this is saying that I know of is the Lakota (stand up, morning star) people. But I'm sure it shows up as part of world religion elsewhere, as eight is a sacred unity of light and darkness, or earth and heaven. I really haven't searched it out. I only know, how it pertains to the mathematical perfection. And that I must walk with the Lakota (spiritofthelakepeople.blogspot.com) and Suns of Israel (houseofthebeloved.blogspot.com). And it shall be the Taos (walk towards) people (bluelakepeople.blogspot.com) who shall walk with me. The Lakota call me White Buffalo Calf Woman (heavenly name and mission) and the Taos people call me Twin Deer Mother (earthly name and tools of light), but I am called by many names around the world. The Stories, dreams, visions all tell us about the Oneness of God, as it blows in the wind, the blue of me and you (relatives, oceans, sky, river, cloud, wind, heart, voice, stream, crystalline stone river, spiritual).
cw: What I think is this person's (shaman) knowing (reflection of truth) is that a Tribe shall rise up, to lead the world. These are the Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy, meaning those, who unite with their souls, the Tribe I feel he is referring too. And as you know from my writings above, the Morning Star, has arisen for those who unite with their eternal souls and trust this wisdom. We are all part of the Rainbow Clan, because we all carry four colors of the flesh (light). To "realize and trust" is the path, for us to take. And walking and talking sacred with holy thoughts and constant blessings, will keep us safe, as the Fire Migration 2013 speaks about. Only those who learn these skills will walk into the new realm of heaven upon earth. And sow we must try to save as many people as we can, to walk home, into brotherhood and the dawning of a new era (brotherhood).
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Your devoted servant,
White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother
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Lone Star/Morning Star
Alternate names: Star of the East, Star of Bethlehem, Rising Sun, Morning Star
Lula Red Cloud, South Dakota, 2001, 85" x 76.5"
Nebraska State Historical Society, Source: Lula Red Cloud
The design on this quilt is known by many names. Usually when a star, made of diamond-shaped pieces and arranged so that the color seems to be radiating out from the center, is large and found as the centerpiece of the quilt it is known as a Lone Star, Star of the East, Star of Bethlehem, Rising Sun, or Morning Star. If similar, smaller, versions of this star are repeated on a quilt it may be known as a Blazing Star, and if the points of these stars are touching it may be called Touching Stars.
Lula Red Cloud made this quilt to cover the bust of her great-great grandfather, Chief Red Cloud, before it was unveiled and inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame in 2001. Lula called this quilt "Red Cloud's Contemporary Robe" and incorporated colors and symbols rich with significance. The red was chosen to represent Red Cloud, the burgundy for the Lakota Nation, the purple for his spirit, the blue for the sky, and the green for Mother Earth. She wrote that "Red Cloud came from beyond the blue heaven and while he walked this earth he was just a common man-represented by the reddish-brown or rusty color." The quilting designs found throughout the quilt mimic designs from Red Cloud's clothing and possessions.
Listen to the Blessed Rainbow Colors of the Four Directions