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Research Needed / Re: Asha Frost aka Healing Rainbow Woman
« Last post by Sparks on November 21, 2019, 07:13:54 am »
Huge Internet presence for one single person. There must be other people working with this?

Facebook profile: [Friends · 2,721]

Facebook page:
[Asha Frost, Healing Rainbow Medicine Woman] [4,367 people like this · 4,613 people follow this]

Facebook group:
[Sacred Medicine Circle] [4,946 members] Link to:

You are powerful. You have gifts and medicines that are needed on this earth. It is time to create, to dream, to love and to fly.

Asha Frost, BA (Hon. Psych), DSHM is an Ojibway woman from Neyaashiinigmiing (Cape Croker). She is a Registered Homeopath who believes that we heal when we awaken to the beautiful medicine that we carry within. She facilitates healing in her practice, through the use of Shamanic Healing, Homeopathy and Native Based Ceremony. She hosts healing circles to help people connect to the magic of spirit within their lives. Her intention is to help awaken the authentic self, so that we may remember who we truly are.

Medicine Mentorship
Asha Frost, is an Anishinaabe (Ojibway) Medicine Woman, Healer and Spiritual Mentor. She is a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. As a Soul Seer and Visionary, Asha believes that we can all reclaim our roots and deepest medicines. Asha has facilitated healing with thousands of people through the use of Indigenous Based Ceremony, teachings and sacred circle. As a teacher and leader, her purpose is to help women connect to the magic of spirit within their lives so they can root down and be of service to the world.

Instagram account:
[Asha Frost ? Healing Rainbow Woman - 1,119 posts - 6,177 followers - Follows 1,908]
See also:

So sweet and cute (20 minutes video):

More than one hour of audio:

DEC 21 2018 · EPISODE 11
Asha Frost: Anishinaabe Medicine Woman // Ep. 11 — 00:00:00 - 01:05:56
Asha Frost is an Anishinaabe woman from Neyaashiinigmiing, the Cape Croker First Nation community in Ontario, Canada. She is a Medicine Woman, Mentor, and Visionary who believes that we heal when we awaken to the beautiful medicine that we carry within. She facilitates healing in her practice through the use of Shamanic Healing, Homeopathy, and Indigenous Based Ceremony. Her purpose is to help people connect to the magic of Spirit within their lives. Her intention is to help awaken the authentic self, so that we may remember who we truly are.

In this episode:

• Her work addressing smudging, spirit animals, and dreamcatchers
• Dealing with impostor syndrome, and being paid for our work
• Kindness vs niceness, and being tokenized within healing circles
• Syncretism of organized religion and indigenous spirituality
• Illness opening the path to reclaiming ancestral medicine
• How her homeopathic business evolved into her current practice
• Navigating offering of education vs doing emotional labor
• Feeling racial oppression and micro aggressions in the physical body
• Recognizing when we’re aligning ourselves with the oppressor
• Social media as an unexpected part of our healing journey
• Salt baths and enforcing boundaries to protect our energy

37 minutes of mostly New Age musings:

Another podcast (42 minutes):

Promoted on blog:

The ever-present, omnipotent Medicine Wheel:

Promotes herself on Pinterest:
Link from there to:
[Dear White Woman who wants to be like me]
(Many links to her business empire and very many comments.)
Many good points about life as a non-white person, I have to admit.
(For some reason I cannot mark, copy and paste anything from there.)

Asha Frost to visit Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School
Posted on Monday February 04, 2019

Local media are invited to attend a photo opportunity at Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School, in Whitby to hear Indigenous Spirituality Speaker, Asha Frost speak to Grade 11 students studying World Religions.

What: Indigenous Spirituality Speaker, Asha Frost will speak to Grade 11 World Religion students at Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School Asha is an Anishinabwe woman who has reconnected to her roots and teachings of the earth. Asha’s spirit name is: Nenaandawi Waagikaagan Kwe ~ Healing Rainbow Woman.

When: Friday, February 15, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.

Where:  Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School, 1020 Dryden Blvd, Whitby, ON
Presentation will take place in the school’s Learning Commons.

Why: Students in Grade 11 at the Durham Catholic District School Board take a World Religion class that teaches them about a wide variety of world religions – everything from Hinduism, Buddhism, Aboriginal Spirituality, Judaism and more. The class teaches students the importance of cultural beliefs and diversity.

Guest speaker, Asha Frost will offer students insights into aboriginal spirituality.

A few other sites:
Research Needed / Asha Frost aka Healing Rainbow Woman
« Last post by Smart Mule on November 20, 2019, 09:53:20 pm »
Received an inquiry about Asha Frost. She claims to be an Aniishinaabe medicine woman currently living in Newmarket, Ontario. I was told that she was indeed status FN from Neyaashiinigmiing. Her dad was supposedly from Serpent River. Prices for her services run from free to $3,000 for her Medicine Woman Training Package. What she is peddling is of course, not Aniishinaabe.

Welcome & News / Faux Native Group Tries Armed Takeover of Pine Ridge PA
« Last post by educatedindian on November 20, 2019, 09:37:13 pm »
Haven't found out which group they are part of yet. Once we do we'll move this thread to Frauds.

Nov 19, 2019 at 6:35 AM
A Bushkill, Pa. woman and six other individuals are facing a multitude of charges, including counts of terrorism, assault, and kidnapping, following a failed takeover of the Pine Ridge community on Monday.

According to a criminal complaint from Pennsylvania State Police out of Blooming Grove, Tonia Scott, 49, of Bushkill was the alleged ringleader of a group of armed individuals who sought to forcefully take the land occupied by the Lehman Township community on the afternoon of Nov. 18. A police interview with Scott revealed that she had claimed rightful ownership to the land of the Pine Ridge and Saw Creek communities.

In 2017, Scott filed a federal lawsuit against the Pine Ridge Community Association. According to court documents from the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Scott asserted "various aboriginal rights as an indigenous person to the lands upon which the defendant community is located," and sought "to eject the persons residing on these lands, and recover damages." The court recommended to dismiss the complaint with prejudice, and subsequent motions for reconsideration were denied.

Trooper Robert M. Urban released a statement on Tuesday morning stating that "It has been preliminarily determined that the actors committed this crime to ’take the land back,’ claiming that they were indigenous Native Americans to the area and that the land belonged to them."

Police identified Scott as "Black and Native American" in the criminal complaint, while her alleged accomplices only identified as Black.

Scott’s alleged accomplices in the operation include Sekou Rashid-Abdullah, age unknown, of Houston, TX, Keeba Harris, 43, of Bushkill, Sushane Steron Adams-Heylinger, 26, of Binghamton, N.Y., Musa Abdur-Rahim, 27, also of Binghamton, Adam Abdur Rahim, 31, of Houston, TX, and Troy Anthony Sutton, 50, of Brooklyn, NY.

In total, the group will face 18 first-degree felony counts including aggravated assault, terrorism, kidnapping, burglary, robbery, and theft; six second-degree felonies including aggravated assault, criminal trespass, robbery, theft and use or possession of an electric or electronic incapacitation device; 12 third-degree felonies including terroristic threats, criminal mischief, robbery, possession of firearms not to be carried without a license, and possession of instruments of crime; two first-degree misdemeanors including unlawful restraint and possessing instruments of crime; and 15 second-degree misdemeanors including false imprisonment, simple assault, and recklessly endangering another person.

The incident
Pennsylvania State Police out of the Blooming Grove barracks reported receiving a phone call from the Pine Ridge community regarding an attempted break-in at 12:45 p.m.

According to accounts provided by employees at Pine Ridge, in the early afternoon, two suspicious-looking vehicles showed up in the clubhouse parking lot. One employee proceeded to lock the upstairs door to the clubhouse, and then go downstairs to warn her fellow employees about the vehicles.

One of the employees suspected that Tonia Scott might have something to do with the vehicles, as she had allegedly been causing issues in the community related to her claim to ownership. One employee contacted Chief of Security Anthony Bonito while another called 911.

Employees stated that they heard sounds suggesting that someone had gotten in the clubhouse. Around this time, three employees had hid in the building’s office area and locked the door.

Sergeant John Derbyshire of the Pine Ridge Public Safety Department reported that several men forced their way into the public safety office in the building, handcuffed him, and took his gun and gun belt.

Benito responded to the scene and noted a broken door on the first-floor entrance. He entered the office and saw the five men holding Derbyshire down, raised his firearm to them and asked them to stop. The men pointed guns at Benito, and he retreated and called Pennsylvania State Police. Benito said that he saw the men place Derbyshire in a security vehicle and drive toward the community exit.

Adam Abdur-Rahim drove toward the community exit quickly, but was blocked by two maintenance vehicles.

Pennsylvania State Police from Troops R and N showed up on the scene shortly thereafter, and proceeded to take Scott and the six other individuals into custody.

Interviews with the state police later revealed that Scott allegedly had started arranging her crew with Sutton, who had been working as a corporate security guard at a McDonald’s in Brooklyn, NY about a month ago.

The ’operation’
After having attempted to take control of Pine Ridge on Sept. 6 when she showed up at the community office with Harris bearing documents claiming ownership, Scott decided that she needed help with the operation.

According to Sutton, Scott approached him at work, remarked that she liked the way he operated as a guard, and informed him that she needed to hire private security to occupy land that she owned.

About three weeks ago, Sutton said that Scott contacted him and sent him documents that supposedly proved her right to the properties. Sutton sent the paperwork to his cousin, Adam Abdur-Rahim, who he claimed was a security specialist and owner of a business called Elite Protection Agency, for verification. Abdur-Rahim relayed that the documents were legitimate.

Scott said that if Abdur-Rahim helped to evict people from their homes in Pine Ridge and Saw Creek, he would be made chief of tribal police with a full staff, and he would be given a home for free, along with a $1,000 weekly salary and an additional $5,000 payment for commercial properties.

About a week ago, Abdur-Rahim and Rashid-Abdullah moved from Houston to Binghamton.

Abdur-Rahim offered Rashid-Abdullah, Adams-Heylinger, Musa Abdur-Rahim and Sutton positions for the operation. Abdur-Rahim allegedly promised the men $400 each for removing the "trespassers" at the community properties, along with a $500 weekly salary, and homes for $1 a year.

Adams-Heylinger said that he only took the job because he needed money for his rent.

The men came together at a McDonald’s in New York City to make a plan on Sunday, Nov. 17. Early Monday morning, the group left the city in two vehicles bound for Pine Ridge.

According to Abdur-Rahim, he was carrying a Smith and Wesson SD .40 caliber handgun, Sutton was carrying a Smith and Wesson gun, Rashid-Adbullah was carrying an unknown firearm, and Musa Abdur-Rahim and Adams-Heylinger were carrying BB guns. Scott claimed that she had pepper spray and a stun gun, and Harris had pepper spray.

Upon arrival, Scott and Harris stayed in one of the vehicles. Abdur-Rahim explained that the plan was to enter the clubhouse, remove the public safety officer and take him to the front gate.

Abdur-Rahim approached the front door of the clubhouse, which was locked. He proceeded to go to the back door, where he found four of the other men. Abdur-Rahim said that he kicked the door in, got into the public safety office, showed Derbyshire the documents provided by Scott, and handcuffed him when he would not obey his commands.

Abdur-Rahim took Derbyshire’s body camera, collected the keys to the public safety vehicles, and took Derbyshire out to one along with Rashid-Abdullah. According to Abdur-Rahim, the plan was to proceed to Saw Creek.

Sutton, unable to find the others after he went back in the building to get keys for a security vehicle, ended up driving around the area while trying to contact the others before being apprehended by police. At about this time, Scott went to the front entrance of the community in anticipation of the police, where she was apprehended.

Urban reported that as of Tuesday morning, all those involved in the incident were being arraigned.
Member Introductions / Re: seekingclarity
« Last post by educatedindian on November 18, 2019, 01:35:49 pm »
If you do a search on Tarot using the Search button at top, you'll find several dozen threads on exploiters who've done bizarre and abusive variations of would be "Native Tarot cards."

This article was written perhaps 15 years ago by someone who came to us asking for advice. She came away with a very good understanding of the issues surrounding these faux-Native Tarot attempts.
Member Introductions / Re: seekingclarity
« Last post by Defend the Sacred on November 17, 2019, 08:42:44 pm »
I'd suggest becoming rooted in the ways of your own ancestors and being accountable to real human beings in real, land-based community, and avoiding the New Agers like the plague. If you have diverse ancestry, choose the culture that feels most in tune with who you are in your life, the place that feels most like home, and the people who are most welcoming to you. Everyone's ancestors had ways of praying and singing to the spirits.

Look for something real, not newage. The Newage is a crass cesspool that desecrates these ways. No one authentic is involved with the newage circuit.

Without exception, the people we've seen over the decades who try to create something by piecing together pieces from different cultures never find clarity. Actually, if any spirits notice them, these people wind up more confused than ever, overwhelmed by conflicting inputs they lack the context to interpret. The newage "teachers" out there, repackaging fragments of these ways, don't know what they're doing, and have literally killed people. What you hear about less often are the ones who just had their lives ruined by being financially drained or being messed with psychologically and spiritually.

Thinking about being a a spiritual role model for others when you're at this stage is putting the cart before the horse. Your horse hasn't even been born yet, nor the design for your cart found, yet alone built. Someone who doesn't know what their own "path" is, is not in a place to "model" for others.  :)
Member Introductions / seekingclarity
« Last post by seekingclarity on November 17, 2019, 03:19:02 am »
Hello all,

I’m a Tarot card reader who is interested in developing my own authentic spiritual path that does not appropriate from others’ cultures. I’m here to further hone my discernment about what is real and what is fake, what is good/right for me and what isn’t, and how I can be a better role model for others entering New Age communities through their interest in Tarot.

Thanks for having me!
Archive No. 1 / Re: Floyd Buffalo Hand
« Last post by Sparks on November 16, 2019, 02:20:07 am »
Archive No. 1 / Re: Floyd Buffalo Hand
« Last post by Cetan on November 15, 2019, 09:50:49 pm »
Floyd Hand crossed over to the spirit world Sept 30, 2019
Frauds / Re: American Institute of Holistic Theology
« Last post by Sparks on November 15, 2019, 03:59:38 am »
I thought that this story might be an appropriate topic for this forum, and I wanted to share it with your readers.

This story has nothing to do with the original topic of this thread (see topic title). Therefore I created a new topic about this big-time scam: [The Maria Duval Psychic Scam]
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