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Medicine Man Magic By R. Sammons Cauble
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Little Hawk, a 12-year-old Crow Indian boy, lives in what is current day Montana. His father, the chief of their tribe, has begun to teach his son all he must learn to grow into the man who will... More > someday replace him as chief. After they track a deer down into a steep canyon, a great earthquake cripples Little Hawk and takes away the man he thought was unbreakable. Little Hawk must leave his people to search for his powerful great-uncle, the medicine man Tall Fox. Will Tall Fox be able to straighten Little Hawk’s crooked leg? Will he help heal the sorrow of his loss? More importantly, will he be able to teach Little Hawk the secrets of the earth, the secrets he must learn in order to return to his tribe as a man who will someday become chief?< Less
Medicine Man Magic By R. Sammons Cauble
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Little Hawk, a 12-year-old Crow Indian boy, lives in what is current day Montana. His father, the chief of their tribe, has begun to teach his son all he must learn to grow into the man who will... More > someday replace him as chief. After they track a deer down into a steep canyon, a great earthquake cripples Little Hawk and takes away the man he thought was unbreakable. Little Hawk must leave his people to search for his powerful great-uncle, the medicine man Tall Fox. Will Tall Fox be able to straighten Little Hawk’s crooked leg? Will he help heal the sorrow of his loss? More importantly, will he be able to teach Little Hawk the secrets of the earth, the secrets he must learn in order to return to his tribe as a man who will someday become chief?< Less
Freedom Lesson from the medicine man By Michael Haynes
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This story is about freedom: the freedom of choice, the freedom to learn, and the freedom to dream. The backdrop of the story is Ojibway mythology with a touch of Zen philosophy thrown in for good... More > measure. The characters are fictitious. The concept is not. This is simply a story of a meeting between a young man and a First Nations medicine man. It is not meant to be anything but (hopefully) entertaining. The idea that the story could ever be remotely true is far fetched, however it is hoped that the ideas presented will be enjoyed and freely interpreted.< Less
Freedom Lesson from the Medicine Man By Michael Brent Haynes
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This story is about freedom: the freedom of choice, the freedom to learn, and the freedom to dream. The backdrop of the story is Ojibway mythology with a touch of Zen philosophy thrown in for good... More > measure. The characters are fictitious. The concept is not. This is simply a story of a meeting between a young man and a First Nations medicine man. It is not meant to be anything but (hopefully) entertaining. The idea that the story could ever be remotely true is far fetched, however it is hoped that the ideas presented will be enjoyed and freely interpreted.< Less
The Best Medicine By Joey Clarke
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This verbal and musical romp, adapted from Moliere’s “the Imaginary Invalid”, tells the story of a man who insists he is so sick that he needs his daughter to marry a doctor. She,... More > of course, has other ideas. His wise brother, money-grubbing wife, and the most versatile housekeeper in town combine to teach him what true wellness is.< Less
Taking the Medicine By Simon O'Corra
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'Taking the Medicine' is a play devoted to issues on a micro and macro level concerning corruption and multi-national corporations,controlling cartels and globalization. The action is centred on a... More > small management committee of a mental health charity, made up from a cross section of British society: an ex-army man, a bohemian upper middle class woman, an older retired businessman, two service users and two new recruits, young men each with a hidden agenda. Focussing on three separate committee meetings, the lives and characters of the committee members are revealed whilst wider issues are brought into the spotlight.....< Less
Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine (Illustrated) By George M. Gould, Walter L. Pyle
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“Since the time when man's mind first busied itself with subjects beyond his own self-preservation and the satisfaction of his bodily appetites, the anomalous and curious have been of... More > exceptional and persistent fascination to him; and especially is this true of the construction and functions of the human body. Possibly, indeed, it was the anomalous that was largely instrumental in arousing in the savage the attention, thought, and investigation that were finally to develop into the body of organized truth which we now call Science. As by the aid of collected experience and careful inference we to-day endeavor to pass our vision into the dim twilight whence has emerged our civilization, we find abundant hint and even evidence of this truth. To the highest type of philosophic minds it is the usual and the ordinary that demand investigation and explanation.”< Less
Rawhide & Animal Medicine By Morning Star
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85 page, full color, spiral bound original material by Morning Star, working with the skins and energy of Earths Creature teachers for over 35 years and teaching for over 18 years. When young both of... More > her parents worked in a tannery and which she spent many hours exploring,fascinated by the alchemical process that turned the skins of animals into leather and useable products. Living on 150 acres with solar power in the mountains of Australia, her teachers were roadkill and an old Aboriginal man in his late 70's. Between them, skills in skinning, tanning and creating beautiful healing and musical were learnt.Spending time in Alaska cleaning and making rawhide from buffalo, musk ox, reindeer and moose, then making drums and rattles from them, further honed skills in rawhide making and creation. Rawhide & Animal Medicine includes step by step color photos of each process, creation ideas and a Library of Animal Wisdom.< Less
Rawhide & Animal Medicine By Morning Star
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85 page, full color, spiral bound original material by Morning Star, working with the skins and energy of Earths Creature teachers for over 35 years and teaching for over 18 years. When young both of... More > her parents worked in a tannery and which she spent many hours exploring,fascinated by the alchemical process that turned the skins of animals into leather and useable products. Living on 150 acres with solar power in the mountains of Australia, her teachers were roadkill and an old Aboriginal man in his late 70's. Between them, skills in skinning, tanning and creating beautiful healing and musical were learnt.Spending time in Alaska cleaning and making rawhide from buffalo, musk ox, reindeer and moose, then making drums and rattles from them, further honed skills in rawhide making and creation. Rawhide & Animal Medicine includes step by step color photos of each process, creation ideas and a Library of Animal Wisdom.< Less
Shadow World Voices: The Yuwipi Figures of the Lakota Medicine Man, Woptuha By Franz K Brown
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Color photography of wotawe, the amulets, charms and talismans made by Woptuha, an important Lakota medicine man of the late 1800s. Emphasis here on the wotawe used in the Yuwipi ceremony. Most of... More > the wotawe here are figures used in the Yuwipi ceremony. This was developed by Woptuha and was a ceremony of healing and finding. The figures give the appearance of a medicine man who has had his arms bound behind him. He was then covered with a blanket and then a rope was tied around him binding him further. Many of the heads represent various animals such as buffalo, elk, rabbits and moose. Some have special added features such as stones and rattlesnake tails. Others have symbols attached such as plants or heart shapes.< Less