Author Topic: International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers (aka the 13 Pay to Pray Old Ladies)  (Read 109727 times)


Offline Diana

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I heard that Agnus Baker Pilgrim died last year. I found an obit of sorts from a local newspaper.
https://mailtribune.com/news/top-stories/takelma-elder-agnes-baker-pilgrim-grandma-aggie-dies-at-95

One thing I'd like to point out is that the Siletz Tribe of Oregon (Agnus's Tribe) is what you would call a thin blood Tribe. I believe the enrollment requirement is 1/6.
So this may explain alot about some of these people.

Offline Sparks

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I heard that Agnus Baker Pilgrim died last year.

Mentioned only once before in the forum (my boldings):

ETA: Yup, Kie$ha is on the list, along with a number of other well-known frauds: http://www.starknowledgeconference.com/phoenix-arizona-conference-december/phoenix-speakers/

Hunbatz Men
Grandmother Agnes Pilgrim Baker
Little Grandmother Kiesha
Grandma Chandra

Offline ska

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https://thefountain.earth/category/messages-from-the-delegates/page/2/

"Loretta Afraid of Bear Cook is the faith keeper and holder of the Afraid of Bear/American Horse Sundance Pipe and has led Sundance with her husband Tom for the past 20 years. She is a cultural specialist on the board of The Paha Sapa Unity Alliance and The Black Hills Initiative, whose mission is to return the sacred Black Hills to the Great Sioux Nation.

Jyoti is the Grandmother Vision Keeper of the Center for Sacred Studies, through which she co-founded Kayumari, a spiritual community in both America and Europe. She helped to convene the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and is the founder of The Fountain, whose mission is to restore an economic model that is based on reciprocity and collaboration.

Jyoti and Loretta both serve as delegates on the Mother Earth Delegation of United Indigenous Nations. . . ."