Author Topic: Bobby Lake-Thom  (Read 56270 times)

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Re: Bobby Lake-Thom
« Reply #45 on: July 21, 2021, 02:33:29 am »
Seems he passed away last year. I haven’t found exact details, but notes like these (my boldings):

https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Bobby-Lake-Thom/410052776
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Bobby Lake-Thom (Medicine Grizzly Bear) was a traditional native healer and spiritual teacher trained by 16 medicine men and women from different tribes. He lectured, conducted workshops, and doctored hundreds of people from all walks of life. He also served as Professor for Native American Studies at Humbolt State University and as an Indian affairs specialist for numerous Indian tribes and organizations in the United States. He lived in California.

https://www.gowildinstitute.org/category/bobby_lake_thom/
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Apr 13, 2020
My Teacher Bobby Lake-Thom (A.K.A Medicine Grizzly Bear) died this year. He was one of the last great Medicine Men in North America.

https://www.gowildinstitute.org/the-origin-of-human-sickness-and-medicine/
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Apr 13, 2020 | Bobby Lake-Thom, Earth Wisdom, Ethnobotany, Herbal Wisdom, Uncategorized | 2 comments
My Teacher Bobby Lake-Thom (A.K.A Medicine Grizzly Bear) died this year. He was one of the last great Medicine Men in North America. He loved the old stories and published a collection of them.  It feels appropriate to share one of his favorites: The Origin of Human Sickness and Medicine. This story was recorded as told to Bobby by Cherokee Medicine Man, Rolling Thunder, in 1978.

The "Cherokee Medicine Man", fraud Rolling Thunder, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling_Thunder_(person)) is now being widely discussed in this thread:

http://www.newagefraud.org/smf/index.php?topic=5553.0 [Robert Russell Cayc Jones AKA Sidian Jones AKA Morning Star]