By Robert Staffanson,Oren Lyons,Todd Wilkinson
Exquisitely designed with over 50 of the author's pictures; a foreword via Oren Lyons--Faithkeeper of the Turtle extended family of the Onondaga kingdom and a primary of the Onondaga kingdom Council of Chiefs of the Six countries of the Iroquois Confederacy--Staffanson's co-founder of the conventional Circle of Elders and formative years; and an advent through Todd Wilkinson, co-author with Ted Turner of final Stand, Ted Turner's Quest to avoid wasting a stricken Planet.
From the creation by means of Todd Wilkinson: "Witness to Spirit isn't a trifling memoir. it's a tremendous, unforgettable booklet jam-packed with knowledge that, as soon as learn, will go away you replaced within the manner you consider the US. it's a reminder for us all the religious transformation that may merely take place once we have the braveness and ethical conviction to open our minds, ears, and hearts."
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