Medicine wheel event in Whittier reintroduces centuries-old spiritu...
There are 3 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Jul 22, 2010, titled Medicine wheel event in Whittier reintroduces centuries-old spiritu.... In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:In Native American culture, medicine does not come from a pharmacy. Instead, medicine can be anything that promotes balance in one's life and the lives of others, said Jacquelyn Dobrinska, Venus Rising Institute outreach coordinator.
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#1 Jul 23, 2010
LMAO Sadly there are folks out there who will believe this is a real ceremony and spend the 200 bucks to experience this "event".
They would benefit the Native peoples better by taking their $200 offering to the casino.
Oh well it just proves old PT Barnum was right, there's one born every minute.
#2 Aug 4, 2010
no self respecting traditional would sale a ceremony. and the medicine wheel isn't a tsalagi thing. that's from out west. jeez..............
#3 Aug 4, 2010
hey, just askin, there any traditional medicine people around qualla anymore?
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