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Eartheart Network joins Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr., Ihanktowan and Chickasaw Nations, as he visits the mother town of the Cherokee, Kituwah in Bryson City, NC to offer prayers and tobacco, as the names of the Cherokee ancestors of Dr. Lee Brown, removed during the 'Trail of Tears', are called out by Lisa Soledad Almaraz. This prayer of recognition extends to include all of our ancestors. Restoring our relationship to Mother Earth and Honoring our place in it, along with those that have gone before, brings healing and unity. This is one of many Healing Ceremonies in Sacred Places that take place to restore balance and harmony while grounding in love and bringing Peace on Earth.

Flute music by Geri Littlejohn "Recognition"

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