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World: Native American New Age: Shamanic Moods: Featuring Drums
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by Clear Water Drum

World: Native American contemporary Eastern style drum - all new, original music sung in Cherokee.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. White Buffalo
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2. Ulihelitsati
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3. 7 Directions Song
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4. Daniyvli
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5. Vlenidohv
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6. Adageyudi
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7. Otsaliheliga
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8. Adando Wigvlutsi
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9. Dinetlanv
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10. Tsugitsvnvda
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11. Usti Doya
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Album Notes
In the ancient times all creation lived together respectfully in peace & harmony. When the Two-Leggeds started walking on the path of disrespect & dominance over creation, it was the beginning of sickness & disease. Since those times there have been Elders who have handed down knowledge of the Ancient Ones. Today many of our Elders are crossing over without handing down this valuable knowledge & this is a great loss.
The prophecies tell of extreme change that will come for all creation. We are at a crossroad. The time is now. More than ever this is a time of urgency to pay attention & to learn.
Now, we are in the 21st Century & a White Buffalo Calf was born in a small Woodland Zoo in Farmington, PA. This calf was named Kenahkihinen which means in the Lenape language, “Watch-Over-Us.” The name itself is a prayer.
The birth of this calf is a warning; we are dangerously out of balance. Two-Leggeds have gone beyond walking the path of disrespect & dominance. The present path is a path of destruction. We need to unite to bring a balance of respect/healing to Mother Earth, to our minds, our spirits, to all creation & to ourselves.
Our ancestors have taught that our thoughts, our words, our actions reflect all life. Our society, our environment have changed radically. We need to put into action positive/healing ways to survive in the 21st Century. What legacy are we leaving for our descendants?
These are songs of hope; of gratitude. Together we can make a positive difference; a positive change. We give thanks to Creator. We thank Kenahkihinen for coming with this valuable message.


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