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Research Needed / Re: Fabián Frias aka Apab’yan Tew
« Last post by Ome Oso on April 30, 2022, 03:10:02 pm »
This letter is from two women who organized his visit to Texas. They researched the allegations from different families and women in different states. One of the authors asked the names and contact numbers to be removed once she received threats from his followers.
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Research Needed / Re: Fabián Frias AKA Apab’yan Tew
« Last post by educatedindian on April 29, 2022, 02:44:21 pm »
Ome, could you tell us where the letter is from? Is there a link?

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https://ggoogle.academia.edu/ApabyanTew/CurriculumVitae
Curriculum Vitae
Fabián Frías Santillán
 Apab’yan Tew
 
Tezcatlipoca 3, Culhuacán, Coyoacán.CDMX, Mexico. 04490.nawalwinaq@yahoo.com.mx011 52 1 525 5537072873
  Academic EducationBachelors of Art Certificate, 1989, College of Sciences andHumanities, South Campus. (UNAM) National AutonomousUniversity of Mexico.

Traditional Education Ajq’ij, Shamanism, K’iche’ ancestral authority.
Under the guidance of tat Diego Adrian Guarchaj Ajtz’alam, a linguist, ceremonial speaker, writer, translator, shaman healer from Nahuala, Guatemala. Training initiated in 1998, current practitioner in the highlands of Central Mexico, Chiapas andGuatemala....

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Followed by list of professional works and presentations.

https://www.spiritualityrm.com/mayan-calendar-calendario-maya-info

https://www.elperiodicousa.com/presentan-libro-en-el-consulado-de-mexico/  In Spanish.
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I'm guessing this is her? http://66.165.116.69/BlueBuffalo/abtlak.cfm

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LaKota OneHeart, previously known as Reverend LaKotahasie Frazier, Elk With No Horns or Buffalo Woman Comes Running is of Abanaki, French and Lakotah descent. She is a Reverend in the Order of Melchizedek, Sanctuary of the Beloved Blue Buffalo. LaKota OneHeart is a Sun-Moon Dancer and Spiritual Dance Leader for Beautiful Painted Arrow, Spiritual Advisor, Medicine Wheel Healer and Spiritual Artist, whose art expresses her own medicine walk. LaKota OneHeart DOES NOT teach traditional Native American Ceremony; she teaches as a minister from her own life experiences, teaching and sharing her visions with all who come. Her sacred ceremonies and teachings are neither bought nor sold, they are a gift to be received, for which the student makes an offering. In March 2007, she received the Living in Peace Award, for the International Ecumenical Prayer for Peace Day, from the Sanctuary of Peace on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. She has created many Turtle Island Dream Circles across the country, by sharing her gift of the Medicine of the dream, with a vision of first healing ourselves, then our communities, and then our world.

Also, LaKota OneHeart has three Black Belt Degrees, first degree Black Belt in Tang Soo Do and Sampi, and third degree in Kyoshin Kan ahorin Ryu, and title of Shi-ko-Ni, certified instructor in two styles. She is a Reverend in the Order of Melchizedek, Sanctuary of the Beloved Blue Buffalo.

Clearly she's lying there.

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http://lakotaoneheart.com/ceremonies/
Ceremonial Dances, Vision Quests
LaKota OneHeart leads Ceremonial Spiritual and facilitates Vision Quests. A Peace Dance takes place in Carrsville, Virginia in March. An Earth-Sun-Moon Dance (June) and a Dance of the Heart (October) take place in Abingdon, Virginia on her sacred land. She holds 2, 3 and 4 day Vision Quests in May and November her land too. Please see the Calendar of Events for further information.

Sweat Lodges and Medicine Wheels
There are 2 kinds of Sweat Lodges led by LaKota OneHeart – Family or Children’s Lodges and Adult/Medicine Sweats. She also has a traveling Medicine Wheel and a permanent stone Medicine Wheel on her land. Please see the Calendar of Events for further information.

Workshops and Dream Circles
LaKota holds healing workshops to include Womb Workshops as well as informational workshops ranging from Dream Catcher Making, Wild Herb Collecting to Aura Reading. There are several Dream Interpretation Circles (Turtle Island Dreamers) in Virginia and other states.

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The good news is she seems to have almost no following, almost no views on Youtube, FB, no events on her calendar. Just a few mentions on other sites, mostly around 2010.

This seems to list her previous names.
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https://clustrmaps.com/person/Frazier-ath9el
Hasie's birth date was listed as [1953]. Hasie's age is 68. Alternative names for Hasie: Lakatahasie M Frazier, Lakatahas Frazier, Lakatahasie Sweeny, Lakatahasie Frazier, Lakatahasie M Mckeon, Lakatahasie M Sweeney, Lakatahas Mckeon, Lakatahasie F Mckeon, Lakatahasie Sweeney, L Frazier, Lakatahasie F Frazier, Lakotahasie E Frazier, Hasie Frazier Lakata, Lakotahasie Frazier. Hasie is a resident of  [redacted] Abingdon, VA 24210-4815. Hasie has lived in four cities, including Gloucester Courthouse, VA and Abingdon, VA.
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Frauds / Re: Lakota One Heart
« Last post by ChikashaTruth on April 29, 2022, 01:51:59 am »
Yes, I know this, but this is what is being portrayed.
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Research Needed / Re: Dr. Ruby Gibson
« Last post by cellophane on April 28, 2022, 05:37:40 pm »
Gibson's bio in the Freedom Lodge site refers to "Somatic Archaeology© and Generational Brainspotting™".
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Frauds / Re: Lakota One Heart
« Last post by Defend the Sacred on April 28, 2022, 05:24:54 pm »
"Lakota One Heart carries the pipe of White Buffalo Calf Woman".

Nope.
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Frauds / Re: NAFPS takes pride in being called "Enemy"
« Last post by Defend the Sacred on April 28, 2022, 05:22:54 pm »
Posts about new topics/individuals moved to Research Needed
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Research Needed / Re: Grace Dillon
« Last post by cellophane on April 28, 2022, 05:00:53 pm »
Angus LaPonsie Sr. was born Augustin Lapensée. In the Ontario register of Catholic baptisms, marriages and registers it says he was born on Oct. 9th 1864, baptized Dec. 18th, in L'Orignal. His parents had also had a child named Auguste, in 1862, but he died and was buried on April 27, 1864. The father's name in the two baptism records and the burial record is Evangéliste. The mother's name is spelled differently between the three, all hard to read, something like Celinise Bercier/Felonise Mercier/Philanes Mercier. Augustin's godmother was Scholastique Mercier.

I couldn't find the source for Augustin having been born in Vankleek, but it's very near L'Orignal. In any case it's two-thirds of the way from Ottawa to Montreal, 500 miles east of the communities Grace Dillon purports to be of.

The 1900 US census:
Angus Laponsia, Head, White, Male, born Jan. 1866, Married 4 years, Born in Canada (French), both parents born in Canada (French), immigrated 1881 (19 years in the U.S.), naturalized, farmer, speaks English, doesn't read or write. His wife is listed as Bella.

The line above him, in a different household, has who must be his father: Vangeli (?) Leponsia, servant, white male, b. Jan or Jun 1849, age 51, French Canadian with French Canadian parents, immigrated in 1896 (4 years in the US), alien status, farm laborer, speaks no English, doesn't read or write.

The Michigan marriage record (June 30, 1892, Sault Ste. Marie) shows the marriage of August Lapensee (28 y.o., born in Canada, father A. Lapensee, mother F. Marcies) and Isabella Morris (18 y.o., born in Bay Mills, father Joseph Morris). Both are residents of Bay Mills.

The Indian Census rolls for Bay Mills School for 1909–1911 and 1913–1915 don't show any of the surnames I'd encountered in Grace Dillon's family tree.

It's not surprising that Grace Dillon's grandfather, Angus Jr., who'd grown up and lived in an area with a large (majority?) Indian population, knew something about Ojibwe culture and language, and later told his granddaughter about them. Whether he called himself Native is not known, but in any case he didn't tell the census that.
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Research Needed / Re: Grace Dillon
« Last post by Diana on April 28, 2022, 10:26:27 am »
Grace Laponsie Dillon's father in the 1940 census. The spelling is a little different but is the same family.  The last name Laponsie is spelled differently in many censuses.

Lou La Ponsie
in the 1940 United States Federal Census


Name:   Lou La Ponsie
Age:   7
Estimated Birth Year:   abt 1933
Gender:   Male
Race:   White
Birthplace:   Michigan
Marital Status:   Single
Relation to Head of House:   Son
Home in 1940:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Map of Home in 1940:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Inferred Residence in 1935:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Residence in 1935:   Rudyard
Resident on farm in 1935:   No
Sheet Number:   15A
Attended School or College:   Yes
Highest Grade Completed:   Elementary school, 1st grade
Neighbors:   View others on page
Household Members   Age   Relationship
Angus La Ponsie
39   Head
Stellie La Ponsie
32   Wife

Lois La Ponsie Daughter
Lou La Ponsie 7   Son
Vern La Ponsie 6 Son
Russel La Ponsie 3 Son
Edith La Ponsie 2   Daughter

Grace's grandfather and Lou Laponsie's father in the same census.


Angus La Ponsie
in the 1940 United States Federal Census


Name:  Angus La Ponsie
[Angus La Ponsie]
[Angus La Ponsie]
Age:   39
Estimated Birth Year:   abt 1901
Gender:   Male
Race:   White
Birthplace:   Michigan
Marital Status:   Married
Relation to Head of House:   Head
Home in 1940:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Map of Home in 1940:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Farm:   No
Inferred Residence in 1935:   Rudyard, Chippewa, Michigan
Residence in 1935:   Rudyard
Resident on farm in 1935:   No
Sheet Number:   15A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:   271
Occupation:   Salesman
House Owned or Rented:   Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:   8
Attended School or College:   No
Highest Grade Completed:   Elementary school, 5th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:   60
Class of Worker:   Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939:   45
Income:   527
Income Other Sources:   No
Neighbors:   View others on page
Household Members   Age   Relationship
Angus La Ponsie   39   Head
Stellie La Ponsie 32   Wife
Lois La Ponsie 8   Daughter
Lou La Ponsie 7   Son
Vern La Ponsie 6   Son
Russel La Ponsie 3 Son
Edith La Ponsie 2   Daughter


Grace's great grandfather in 1910 census. He died ? 1910 to 1911 depending on a number of records. As you can see he is from Canada.

Angus Leponsie
in the 1910 United States Federal Census


Name: Angus Laponsie
[Angus Laponsie]


Age in 1910:   45
Birth Date:   1865

Birthplace:   Canada
[Canada French]
Home in 1910:   Superior, Chippewa, Michigan, USA
Race:   White
Gender:   Male
Immigration Year:   1887
Relation to Head of House:   Head
Marital Status:   Married
Spouse's Name:   Elisabell Laponsie
Father's Birthplace:   Canada
[Canada French]
Mother's Birthplace:   Canada
[Canada French]

Native Tongue:   English
Occupation:   Farmer
Industry:   General Farm
Employer, Employee or Other:   Own Account
Home Owned or Rented:   Own
Home Free or Mortgaged:   Mortgaged
Farm or House:   Farm
Naturalization Status:   Alien
Able to read:   Yes
Able to Write:   Yes
Years Married:   18
Neighbors:   View others on page
Household Members   Age   Relationship
Angus Laponsie   45   Head
Elisabell Laponsie
38   Wife
Regna Laponsie
13   Son
Joseph Laponsie
11   Son
Angus Laponsie
9   Son

Edwin Laponsie
2   Son
Louise Laponsie
4   Daughter
Graberil Laponsie
6   Son


Here is great grandfather Angus Laponsie find a Grave. Now the place of birth is the same on a Canadian census from 1871. And the spelling again is a little different.
 
Angus LaPonsie
in the U.S., Find a Grave Index, 1600s-Current


Name:   Angus LaPonsie
Gender:   Male
Birth Date:   8 Nov 1866

Birth Place:   Vankleek Hill, Prescott and Russell United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Death Date:   13 May 1910


Death Place:   Brimley, Chippewa County, Michigan, United States of America
Cemetery:   Bay View Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place:   Brimley, Chippewa County, Michigan, United States of America
Has Bio?:   Y
Spouse:   
Isabelle Elizabeth Hill
Children:   
Reginald John LaPonsie
Clara Mary Burns
Joseph Evangelist LaPonsie
James F LaPonsie
Gabrielle William LaPonsie
URLhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/43773230/angus-laponsie


Here is the same great grandfather in the Canadian census. All are French Canadian and the family has very deep roots in Canada and France. I have gone all the way back to the 1700s and all are WHITE. This side of the family is very impressive and Grace should be proud of them. I will post the rest tomorrow.

West Hawkesbury is a former township in the Prescott section of Prescott and Russell Counties in eastern Ontario, Canada. In 1998 it merged with its neighbouring township, Longueuil and the independently incorporated villages of Vankleek Hill and L'Orignal into the municipality of Champlain (considered a township). 

Angus Lapensier
in the 1871 Census of Canada


Name:   Angus Lapensier
Gender:   Male
Origin:   French
Age:   6
Birth Date:   1865

Birth Place:   Ontario
Residence Place:   Hawkesbury West, Prescott, Ontario

District Number:   75
Subdistrict:   b
Division:   02
Religion:   Catholic
Neighbors:   View others on page
Household Members   Age
Evangalist Lapensier
45
Philonese Lapensier
43
Evangalist Lapensier
22
Ellen Lapensier
18
Adelia Lapensier
15
Emmaline Lapensier
13
Beul Lapensier
11
Angus Lapensier   6

Baptieste Lapensier
1
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Research Needed / Re: Grace Dillon
« Last post by cellophane on April 28, 2022, 04:36:20 am »
Aaniin is our word for “hello” in Anishinaabemowin. It literally means I see the light in you. And I see many lights today. So much that it is Sâgassige gisiss—the sun has come out of the clouds.

"Sâgassige gisiss. The sun comes out of the clouds", with that spelling, comes out of Baraga's 1878 A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language, Explained in English:
https://books.google.com/books?id=ntMzAQAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA360
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