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This Week's Guest Is:
-Bennie E. Lebeau, Sr.-
Bennie Lebeau Sr. of
a Eastern Shoshone leader who will be conducting the Ceremony in mid-May
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In 2004, LeBeau conducted a series of Medicine Wheel Ceremonies to honor
the Earth and all creation. The Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National
Park in Wyoming and Big Bear Lake, California became the hubs of these
multicultural events. LeBeau envisioned that all four races of mankind would
celebrate blessings of the Earth together. The Big Bear Lake Medicine Wheel
Ceremonies demonstrated how 20 and 9 sacred mountains and waterways worked
together to bring harmony to our Mother Earth in Wyoming and California.
LeBeau says these events were necessary for mankind to reflect on environmental
issues and what is happening to her sacred sites.
LeBeau's Universal Medicine Wheel Ceremonies are a vision for people to celebrate
the love and healing of Mother Earth. They teach ways of "re-birthing" harmony
and balance within mountains and bodies of water that have been taken out
of harmony by modern man. At these events, he teaches how the alignment of
Medicine Wheels decreases the threat of natural disasters and how negative
vibrations produced by government and private developments, mining, damming
of waterways, road and housing construction, pipelines, and warfare all affect
"Environmental disasters are wake-up calls for mankind to reflect upon Mother
Earth's abuse of sacred sites. They cause earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes,
hurricanes, tsunamis and horrific forest fires," said Bennie LeBeau.
Following Medicine Wheel Ceremonies, LeBeau conducts workshops on sacred
geometry, grid lines, ley lines and song lines to provide additional insight
for participants into the ceremonies, ancient earth wisdom and prophecies.
LeBeau feels instruction about sacred geometry found in the Medicine Wheel
and how it works on the matrixes of the earth and human existence is vital
in today's world.
"As we heal Mother Earth, we heal ourselves and family relationships. This
makes for a better tomorrow for all generations."
What are Prophecies?
Prophecy (prof'e-si) n. [pl. PROPHECIES (-siz)],[ME. prophecie; OFr. prophecie,
prophetie; LLP. prophetia; Gr. prophetieia, prophetes] 1. Prediction of the
future under the influence of divine guidence; act or practice of a prophet.
2. Any prediction 3. Something prophesied or predicted; specifically the
utterance or utterances of a prophet.
Prophecies are spiritual visions or dreams sent to give messages to humanity.
Concerning what can take place in the future. They are meant to say if we
continue to do what we are doing then this will or that could happen. The
other side of the messages in prophecies is that if we change our course
in history the disasters will disappear that have been foreseen!!!!
"...time has come to share the secrets."
Canadian Aboriginal Elders
"Know your garden"one of ten statements from the traditional Hopi Elders
as told to Cho Qosh Auh Ho Oh, a Chumash/Yaqui/Maya Indian
These are the End times and the people must know the truth, share what we
have taught you. There can be no more secrets now if we are to survive as
a thinking species through these times." "This," they say, "must be done
because the dream of humanity can only be preserved through the combined
efforts of all peoples, and the joining and merging of all cultures into
a oneness."statement of the traditional Hopi Elders as told to Cho
Qosh Auh Ho Oh, a Chumash/Yaqui/Maya Indian
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