The Circle of Turtle Lodge Anishnabe 101 <p>After only a few years in the cultural education business, the need for a written version of their collective knowledge became apparent.  The information in this publication comes from long term experience and individual training, and it is offered “in a good way” to those people who are truly interested in learning about Aboriginal culture and traditions.</p><p>This edition provides information on Algonquin prophecy, and on teachings such as those of the Seven Grandfathers, the 13 moons, and an overview of Medicines.  It also provides detailed descriptions of common ceremonies within categories of Cleansing, Healing, Guiding, and Thanking, and a few Sacred Songs to whet your whistle.</p><p><strong>ABOUT THE CIRCLE OF TURTLE LODGE:</strong></p><p>The Circle of Turtle Lodge is a non-profit corporation established to revive and promote Aboriginal Culture and Traditions.  This publication was written for The Circle of Turtle Lodge as follows:  Main Contributor:  Aimee Bailey, Spokesperson; additional articles were submitted by Annie Parker, Secretary; Laurie Amikons, Director, Nancy Anderson, Past Director, and Norma Bailey, Chair. </p><p>Aimee Bailey is Algonquin, received her B. A. from York University in 1989, and has studied and experienced Aboriginal culture and traditions for over 25 years.  Annie Parker is Mohawk, and has been personally involved in Aboriginal Culture for over 10 years.  Laurie Amikons is an Algonquin drummer &amp; singer following the Traditional ways.  Nancy Anderson is of Algonquin background, and has worked with the healing energy of minerals throughout her life.  Norma Bailey is Algonquin, and has studied Aboriginal culture &amp; traditions for several years.</p><p><strong><em>ANISHNABE 101:  The Basics of what you need to know </em></strong></p><p><strong><em>to begin your journey on the Red Road.</em></strong></p><p>Written &amp; Published by The Circle of Turtle Lodge.  Release Date:  August 2000<br />Stock cover, coil bound, 8.5 x 11, 62 pp<br /><strong>ISBN 0-9687443-0-3    $17.00 + $6 shipping</strong></p><p>Orders of 7+ copies are eligible for a discounted price of $13 and parcel shipping rates.  Please email your order to info@thecircleofturtlelodge.ca or call us at 613-625-9977 for details.   </p>
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After only a few years in the cultural education business, the need for a written version of their collective knowledge became apparent.  The information in this publication comes from long term experience and individual training, and it is offered “in a good way” to those people who are truly interested in learning about Aboriginal culture and traditions.

This edition provides information on Algonquin prophecy, and on teachings such as those of the Seven Grandfathers, the 13 moons, and an overview of Medicines.  It also provides detailed descriptions of common ceremonies within categories of Cleansing, Healing, Guiding, and Thanking, and a few Sacred Songs to whet your whistle.

ABOUT THE CIRCLE OF TURTLE LODGE:

The Circle of Turtle Lodge is a non-profit corporation established to revive and promote Aboriginal Culture and Traditions.  This publication was written for The Circle of Turtle Lodge as follows:  Main Contributor:  Aimee Bailey, Spokesperson; additional articles were submitted by Annie Parker, Secretary; Laurie Amikons, Director, Nancy Anderson, Past Director, and Norma Bailey, Chair. 

Aimee Bailey is Algonquin, received her B. A. from York University in 1989, and has studied and experienced Aboriginal culture and traditions for over 25 years.  Annie Parker is Mohawk, and has been personally involved in Aboriginal Culture for over 10 years.  Laurie Amikons is an Algonquin drummer & singer following the Traditional ways.  Nancy Anderson is of Algonquin background, and has worked with the healing energy of minerals throughout her life.  Norma Bailey is Algonquin, and has studied Aboriginal culture & traditions for several years.

ANISHNABE 101:  The Basics of what you need to know

to begin your journey on the Red Road.

Written & Published by The Circle of Turtle Lodge.  Release Date:  August 2000
Stock cover, coil bound, 8.5 x 11, 62 pp
ISBN 0-9687443-0-3    $17.00 + $6 shipping

Orders of 7+ copies are eligible for a discounted price of $13 and parcel shipping rates.  Please email your order to info@thecircleofturtlelodge.ca or call us at 613-625-9977 for details.