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Pardon Me -- Pardon Us By Wendy Padilla
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"The Saga of Those Who Remember" ends with this book, an appeal to Creator to forgive those who’ve forgotten "the way." It is both personal and universal. Those of... More > Pa-Gotzin-Kay, both the Reservation and the Ranch by that name, build on lessons learned to take their place in America as free people in a free country. The Apache brothers, Tahza and Naiche Longwater — named for their ancestors in history — with their wives, children, friends, and supporters now lead the path — this time, not to die in Washington, D.C., of pneumonia, or as a warrior in Mexico, but to take their message directly to the People.< Less
Pa-Gotzin-Kay By Wendy Padilla
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Pa-Gotzin-Kay The Stronghold is the place within — our sacred place — that refuses to harbor contradictions The saga of those who remember continues … Fellow travelers must now... More > contend with a hostile world, one that pits the government against the individual. Seeking their own answers, the brave women of Pa-Gotzin-Kay valiantly protect the Arizona ranch and their community of friends, while their men follow the shaman Bill Martinez on a heroic pilgrimage into Mexico’s Sierra Madres to the original Pa-Gotzin-Kay stronghold. It is here on the border of two countries that they discover the purpose of remembering – the life lessons of karma each carried forward from the eighteenth century. More than fiction, Pa-Gotzin-Kay is a hand-book for survival, a thoughtful, yet exciting adventure reflecting our times; a novel wide in scope and haunting in its vision.< Less
Pa-Gotzin-Kay By Wendy Padilla
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Pa-Gotzin-Kay The Stronghold is the place within — our sacred place — that refuses to harbor contradictions The saga of those who remember continues … Fellow travelers must now... More > contend with a hostile world, one that pits the government against the individual. Seeking their own answers, the brave women of Pa-Gotzin-Kay valiantly protect the Arizona ranch and their community of friends, while their men follow the shaman Bill Martinez on a heroic pilgrimage into Mexico’s Sierra Madres to the original Pa-Gotzin-Kay stronghold. It is here on the border of two countries that they discover the purpose of remembering – the life lessons of karma each carried forward from the eighteenth century. More than fiction, Pa-Gotzin-Kay is a hand-book for survival, a thoughtful, yet exciting adventure reflecting our times; a novel wide in scope and haunting in its vision.< Less
Tribal Soul Travelers By Wendy Padilla
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Amanda was no longer alone with her memories as an abducted child taken by Golthlay to the stronghold … a place deep within the Sierra Madres during the late 1800s. There were others now,... More > fellow travelers, those who have also journeyed, via an illness, an induced hallucination such as Valley Fever, or a spontaneous regression like the Apache brothers, Naiche and Tahza. They are the travelers who belong to a new tribe of souls, a tribe beyond race and tradition, a people who discover their spiritual path and find solace on Pa-Gotzin-Kay re-born. These are the awakened ones who now recognize each other’s spirit and whose purpose it is to resolve karmic debt. TRIBAL SOUL TRAVELERS, second novel in the Valley Fever series, is the story of those souls and their shaman, Bill Martinez, who shepherds them on their journey.< Less
Valley Fever By Wendy Padilla
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The use of hallucinogens in pursuit of a spiritual revelation is not a unique practice. From Peyote to LSD, people of different cultures have experimented with drug-induced visions in hopes of a... More > glimpse beyond the known world. But what of those non-volunteers who have been subjected to hallucinations through no choice of their own? Coccidioidomycosis (Valley Fever, or San Joaquin Valley Fever) is a fungal disease found in the soil of the southwest and carried on the desert wind. As a girl growing up in Arizona, Wendy Padilla, was exposed to Valley Fever. Her hallucinations had a reoccurring theme – Bears. As an adult these supposed hallucinations were interpreted by a Native American shaman as visions, influencing Wendy’s life and her writing. VALLEY FEVER, Wendy Padilla’s first novel, explores the spiritual journey of several fictional characters in the year 1885 and 1990. Their lives are intertwined and their destiny revealed through a whirlwind of time travel.< Less
Tribal Soul Travelers By Wendy Padilla
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Amanda was no longer alone with her memories as an abducted child taken by Golthlay to the stronghold … a place deep within the Sierra Madres during the late 1800s. There were others now,... More > fellow travelers, those who have also journeyed, via an illness, an induced hallucination such as Valley Fever, or a spontaneous regression like the Apache brothers, Naiche and Tahza. They are the travelers who belong to a new tribe of souls, a tribe beyond race and tradition, a people who discover their spiritual path and find solace on Pa-Gotzin-Kay re-born. These are the awakened ones who now recognize each other’s spirit and whose purpose it is to resolve karmic debt. TRIBAL SOUL TRAVELERS, second novel in the Valley Fever series, is the story of those souls and their shaman, Bill Martinez, who shepherds them on their journey.< Less
Valley Fever By Wendy Padilla
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The use of hallucinogens in pursuit of a spiritual revelation is not a unique practice. From Peyote to LSD, people of different cultures have experimented with drug-induced visions in hopes of a... More > glimpse beyond the known world. But what of those non-volunteers who have been subjected to hallucinations through no choice of their own? Coccidioidomycosis (Valley Fever, or San Joaquin Valley Fever) is a fungal disease found in the soil of the southwest and carried on the desert wind. As a girl growing up in Arizona, Wendy Padilla, was exposed to Valley Fever. Her hallucinations had a reoccurring theme – Bears. As an adult these supposed hallucinations were interpreted by a Native American shaman as visions, influencing Wendy’s life and her writing. VALLEY FEVER, Wendy Padilla’s first novel, explores the spiritual journey of several fictional characters in the year 1885 and 1990. Their lives are intertwined and their destiny revealed through a whirlwind of time travel.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko & Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko & Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less

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