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Phil Landis & Nemenhah Band, an Oklehueva or ONAC chapter
« on: August 05, 2008, 07:22:07 pm »
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Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization (Oklevueha Native American Church of Sanpete).


Note:  The Band was formerly named "Numi'Pu Tsu'Peli Chopunish", but out of respect for the Nez Perce Tribe (who objected to our use of these names), we have changed it to the above.  The Oklevueh Native American Church Of Utah (Chief Fool Bull Blessing and Chief Richard 'He Who Has The Foundation' Swallow Blessing - Rosebud NAC) recognized the Nemenhah as the Oklevueha Native American Church of Sanpete.



Warning to internet surfers:  There are hundreds of Native American Religious Traditions.  We respect and honor them all and that is why we do not publish the ceremonies of other traditions in our educational modules.  All sacred healing and ceremony in any of our modules comes from tradition that is purely Nemenhah and is derived from no other tradition.  If the Native American Tradition to which you ascribe requires you to keep all that is sacred to you secret, this website might be offensive to you.  Please stop reading now and go somewhere else!  We respect your opinion and wish no offense, but that is just as plain as we can get.  This site has to do with the training of Medicine Men and Women of the Nemenhah Band and no one else.  If you are offended that we wish to train our Spiritual Leaders in a manner that is different than yours, we would hope that you will have the courtesy of allowing us our way of thinking.


Additionally, we believe that it is appropriate to support our religion with Thank Offerings, in fact, we require our members to do so prayerfully.  We use whatever medium of offering our members see fit and appropriate.  We do not charge for services or ceremony, but we do gratefully accept the generous offerings of our members.  If that is offensive to you, you should seek some other path.


The Nemenhah Program NAC, Inc. is a Seminary of the Nemenhah Church. Any use of the term "Pay" or "Payment" is in reference to DONATIONS and OFFERINGS and should not be confused with any type of commerce.


Plainly put, the Nemenhah follow a tradition that believes in teaching Sacred Healing Ceremony to all people of good intent.  It is an ancient tradition derived from ancient records of our people which we hold to be of great value to us and the basis for our organization.  We do not derive our teachings from any other Tribe or Band and, if the teachings of other Tribes or Bands ever find their way on this site, it will only be because such inclusion has received the approval of those Tribes and Bands.


Warning to Dogmatists:  If you are of that set of people who believe that Spiritual Enlightenment and Progress can only be achieved through your own way of doing things, if you believe that there is but one true religion and that religion is yours, then this site may be offensive to you.  Native American Religion has been called many things by many people.  One thing that it is not is Dogmatic.  It is a highly personal thing and relies upon personal revelation from Heavenly Beings.  If you feel you must rely upon some man or woman, or set of people, to determine for you what spirituality is, then this site is not for you. 


Fundamental to Native American Religion is the concept of Emergence.  To emerge is to progress.  Therefore, emergence from a condition of illness into a condition of wellness is just as much part of the religion as emergence from a condition of sin into a condition of righteousness.  All Native American Ceremony has for its purpose this principle of Emergence.  Our Ministers are anxiously engaged in the teaching of this principle.  If you cannot find a place for Emergence in your belief system, then go somewhere else.



If you can declare in your heart and to the world that natural healing is part of your spiritual orientation and faith, this program is for you!

This program is provided only to the duly adopted members of the Nemenhah Band and Traditional Organization and is OFFERING BASED.  The application for Spiritual Adoption may be downloaded or you may enter you data on this site.  The application asks for a Suggested offering is $145 for the first year,each additional year is a $55 suggested offering.

.  All Donations are non-refundable.
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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2008, 11:14:46 pm »

Band Elders

            The Elders are Members of the Band, by the Ancient Tradition of Adoption in the case of those whose lineage is uncertain, or by recognition of the Band in the case of those whose lineage is certain, who have been appointed to positions within the governing structure of the Band, or whom the EPMC has recognized by permanent honorarium.  Such Elders currently include Phillip (Cloudpiler) Landis, Hon. Benjamin Zvenia, Jasmine Hisha, Ray (White Bear) Mendenhall, James F.E. Mooney, Chief Gary Tom, Kari (Bunched Lightning) Scott, Chief Robert Sunhawk, Semisi (Fears No Wind) Tukuafu, His Excellency Charles McWilliams, Hon. John Campbell, Hon. Norbert Johnson, Hon. Benjamin Anguiera, Hon. Dr. Pinto, and the Lodge Council of the Maka Oyate Sundance Lodge of the Nemenhah.

In any organization that seeks to utilize the protection of legislation that requires recognition of other tribes or bands, Holy Men and Holy Women, and Native American Traditional Organizations, it is mindful and appropriate to obtain for the band members the association and recognition of Elders from such agencies.  It is also good to list them in a foundational document.  Such recognition at the very constitution of the band gives due honor to those important individuals that allow the band to satisfy the dictates of the law.

landis cloudpiler...

Mooney is the one trying to say he's a tribal member.. and has the right to use Peyote.

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2008, 12:02:53 am »
Seems like they've done a little homework.  It's still a pay for pray scam though.  The one way to test it would be to join them and never pay.  See how much "training" happens then. 

So you must be "adopted" to receive training and the training is "offering based".  Not to mention the repeated use of the words "Native American religion" as a selling point.

All red flags.

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2008, 12:47:31 am »
This is pretty funny. They're not the only Nuagers calling themselves Nemenhah Band.

I can only hope these two sets of imposters begin accusing each other of being frauds, and hopefully even take each other to court.

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2008, 01:06:21 am »
Mooney's claims get more ludicrous and offensive. The actual NAC says he's not NAC, but he still uses that as part of their "colllege's" title. He and Cloudpiler are not healers or spiritual leaders.

And despite the grandiose claims, their online forum shows a grand total of 50 members, including the usual suspects and the curious.

Look at what else they're peddling.


There are certain Sacred Products that the Nemenhah Band considers to be part of the Sacraments of the Sacred Shahaptian Healing Way.  Some of these Sacred Products are available in various forms from companies that have commited to provide them for use by Medicine Men and Medicine Women. 
Copal (Essentials Oils) 
Native Enzymes 
Native Flora 
pH Rescue 
Rice Plus 
For further reading about these ingredients, we suggest the following books, “ Black Cumin, The Magical Egyptian Herb for Allergies, Asthma, and Immune Disorders ,??? by Peter Schleicher, M.D., and Mohamed Saleh, M.D., “ Allicin, The Heart of Garlic ,??? by Peter Josling, and “ Real Answers to Real Question ,??? by Phillip Landis, N.D., Med. Shirt.

Dr. Linus Pauling said, “You can trace every sickness, every disease and every ailment ultimately to a mineral deficiency???. 


Pauling was a brilliant nuclear physicist (worked on the Manhattan Project) who became a crackpot in later years, claiming everyone needed huge amounts of vitamins.

The articles and sales pitches for their products are written by Bevonne Birch, who is all over the net proclaiming herself a "Native American Medicine Woman", no tribe ever named that I could find, unless you count that "band".

Here's Bevonne, by the photo obviously not a fullblood, more likely a PODIA if she's Native at all.

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2008, 01:21:31 am »
That band is a pay to pray scam alright. You have to pay to join and to continue to be a member.

Barnett, a special projects officer at the Native American Health Center in Oakland, was referring to an e-mail he received by mistake, intended for a company called Native American Nutritionals. From their site he had been lead to another,

There, he found an offer of ''spiritual adoption'' for a $90 donation and $5 in monthly payments by the Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization of the Oklevueha Native American Church of Sanpete.

The group is an ''independent band'' which offers enrollment in an online college where people can pay to qualify as medicine men or women, healers and Native practitioners, according to their Web site.

Courses range from online lessons in smudging to a six-hour ''Unipi Ceremony Practicum,'' which requires a mentor to ''come to your lodge.''

Each member receives a ''ministerial card'' that is valid as long as they are progressing and ''making regular offerings,'' according to the Web site.


Another less than credible pair of healers from that "band". Two yuppies playing at being NDN.
"Iggy and Suzi Garcia are  members of the Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization (NAC) is certified and in good standing of the affore said Native American Church and are Shahaptian Guide Medicine Man and woman.  And as such is authorized to perform all the ordinances pertaining to their calling, including the use of Plants, Animals, Stones, Feathers, and so forth in rites and ceremonies which do pertain to the Tents of the Scared Shahaptian Healing way as restored to the Nemenhah Band by Wyakin and as set forth in the constitution of the Band.  We are members of Journeys way Lodge in Columbus, Ohio.  Sweat lodge Itsipi Leader, Intuitive Life Coaches™, Drum Healing, Drum Circles, Remote Healing, Body Energy Work, Inca Meditation, and Open Chair Gestalt."

Not sure about the reliability of this site, but it says the Nemenhah are from the Book of Mormon.
"Records of the Nemenhah
Alleged account of a peaceful people who sailed north with Hagoth, who was mentioned in the Book of Mormon."

This is disturbing. They hope to use their claims to be Native to avoid prosecution if their products don't work or harm people.

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Posted By: Rayelan <Send E-Mail>
Date: Thursday, 29 December 2005, 10:34 p.m.

In Response To: SAVE DR HULDA CLARK!!! (Freedom4ever) I don't fully understand all of this, but I am going to do my best to explain it as far I understand it.

I'm part Cherokee and I am going to do what I must to become part of the Cherokee nation or of a cousin clan like the Nemenhah.

Cloudpiler, a grandson of Chief Joseph, the great Nez Perce Chief and others who are part of Native American Nutritionals became recognized Native American Practitioners by seeking adoption into the Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization.

As Shahaptian Guides, they gained a valuable connection with the Holistic Principle of Native American Healing... as well as a legal safety net where natural healing is concerned.

You can read more about this on their webpage... the long and short of it goes like this:

By becoming Native American Practitioners, they (or YOU or anyone who gets adopted) qualify under the protections and exemptions provided by the Federal Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act of 1993 (NAFERA).

This Act of Congress was passed almost unanimously by both houses of legislature in Washington, D.C. The Act protects the Spiritual Path of Native Americans and their Traditional Spiritual Leaders.

NAFERA dictates that "no laws or statutes may be enacted that tend to regulate the establishment of Native American Religions or the free exercise thereof."

This makes exclusive licensure laws that have either been passed by, or are presently on the dockets of every state legislature in the country to fall under the NAFERA exemption. It also applies to CAFTA and other trade regulatory statutes!!

The bottom line is this: Native American Practitioners are exempt by definition from such regulatory statutes.

Their Life Path understands that, for the Healer, the relief of suffering comes into spiritual orientation. In fact, Native American Practitioners make no distinction beween Healing and religion!!

Someone needs to tell Dr. Clark that there IS another path she can "adopt".

Here's the link. Please take the time to read more. If you are a healer, then you are practicing your own spirituality. NAFERA gives you the protection you may soon need to continue to use "natural" substances instead of buying pseudo-cures from Big Pharma.


Defense works!!

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #6 on: August 06, 2008, 02:13:24 am »
Those so called "elders" are quite a bunch. Mooney, Jasmine Hisha, and "Cloudpiler" have already had threads on them.

"Hon. Benjamin Zvenia"-
Our own Doc von Peters is still struggling to stay above water economically after the CIA sent Benjamin Zvenia to get onto his Naturopathic College's administrative staff and rob the school blind and otherwise try, on behalf of his handlers, to make Doc's life a living hell. Let's focus on Benjamin, as he still won't let up even though the college is finished. FYI, Benny's got several convictions for crooked real estate deals, did 5 years in a Nevada prison for practicing medicine without a license (okay, I know 99.99% of MDs in the US never get beyond the 'practice' stage, anyway and many of those medical murderers in Nevada should probably have been prison bitches along with Ben ;-), got caught writing bad checks in Nevada and North Carolina and had been booked on attempted theft charges. Doc just found this out. No doubt Benny was given a clean slate and a fabulous resume by his CIA handlers when he was thrown at that school in this fake gov't's long term War on Healers. They probably recruited him in prison. Send Ben your tough love if you feel inclined. We do. Benny typifies how the CIA runs its sabotage campaigns against high-profile people of character like the Doc.

Basically he's done premed and altmed courses before he became a lawyer. Says he's Native (judging by the groups he joins) but no mention of what tribe.

Basically he teaches the "band" members how to use NARFA to avoid prosecution.


They claim Robert Sunhawk as an elder, but this site says he passed on over a dozen years ago.

Notice that the site also mentions his Cherokee ancestry is distant. Also the Plains warbonnet on an alleged Cherokee medicine man who also sold herbal meds.

This profile shows a Grizzly Adams lookalike as Sunhawk.;u=192

Semisi (Fears No Wind) Tukuafu
"I am 38.... a Elua Lomilomi Healer (Ancient Hawaiian healing method). I do Massage for clients in the evening supporting my family, and am a member of a Reggae band called Soul Redemption. I play the Trombone (a Brass instrument) in the band and sing background vocals."

The healing method he claims only shows up online in sites that he's on.

Many sites says that lomilomi is just...massage.


 His Excellency Charles McWilliams-Apparently his title came from the Pope. He runs a health center in the Caribbean island of St Kitts.

So why is one of the "Pope's knights" from St Kitts part of an alleged Native band in Utah?


Hon. Norbert Johnson- retired, with the same law firm as Zvenia.

Why either Johnson or Zvenia are called "elders" isn't clear. In fact it's not clear for any of them.


Hon. Benjamin Anguiera- actually spelled Angueira. Runs a seminary in Puerto Rico whose address is a PO box!
Universidad y Seminario Apostolico de las Americas Inc - Dr. Benjamin Angueira, President, P.O. Box 3375 San Juan Puerto Rico 00938,

And that accreditation is not too impressive. Basically they disclaim any responsibility for the colleges listed, and any college can join for 500 bucks.

He also runs Airside Financial Corp in Miami.

And is listed as an "Ambassador to the Dominion of Melchizidek"! I swear I'm not making that up.
"Benjamin Angueira

Hey, Caribbean is not a country...

Honorable Dr. Pinto- is also one of the Pope's knights along with McWilliams and Anguiera. 

What can you say....not one of them comes anywhere close to being an elder. Zvenia might be the only NDN in the bunch. Not a single one of them even mentions a tribe. And none of them are actually medicine people.

Perhaps the authorities need to be reminded that NARFA is only supposed to protect NDNs, not imposters.

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Re: Official Nemenhah Online College of Healing
« Reply #7 on: August 06, 2008, 02:50:38 am »
Sorry, but I'm still laughing at "Fears No Wind." 

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« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2009, 04:08:40 am »
A follower of the Nemenha is refusing to allow their child to be treated for cancer.

Also a reporter would like to speak with anyone of those who commented on this thread, or anyone who knows more about Nemenha and its alleged healers. IM me and I'll pass along contacts.

Daniel Hauser has what doctors consider one of the most curable types of cancer, Hodgkin's lymphoma.

But the 13-year-old from Sleepy Eye, Minn. and his parents don't want him to have chemotherapy and radiation, the standard treatments. For the past three months, they have ignored the advice of his cancer specialists and turned to natural therapies, such as herbs and vitamins, instead.

Now they are going to court to defend their decision.

James Olson, the Brown County attorney, has filed a petition accusing Daniel's parents, Colleen and Anthony Hauser, of child neglect and endangerment, and he has asked a judge in New Ulm to order the boy into treatment.

The case, which goes to trial this morning, has quickly turned into a cause celebre in the world of alternative medicine. Last week, supporters packed the courthouse in New Ulm, Minn., for a pretrial hearing, and both sides are bracing for an even a bigger crowd today.

"You can't imagine what kind of outpouring we've gotten here," said Calvin Johnson, a Mankato attorney who is representing Daniel's parents. "There's a lot of feeling on this subject."

Daniel, one of eight children, has asserted that treatment would violate his religious beliefs. The teenager filed an affidavit saying that he is a medicine man and church elder in the Nemenhah, an American Indian religious organization that his parents joined 18 years ago (though they don't claim to be Indians).

"I am opposed to chemotherapy because it is self-destructive and poisonous," he told the court. "I want to live a virtuous life, in the eyes of my creator, not just a long life." He also filed a "spiritual path declaration" that said: "I am a medicine man. Some times we teach, and some times we perform. Now, I am doing both. I will lead by example."
Johnson said Daniel's case has touched a nerve because the state wants to impose a potentially dangerous treatment that neither the boy nor his family believe in. "Why does a doctor have the right to come in with the power of the state and the county attorney by his side and say 'take my medicine?' " he said.

But Olson, the county attorney, says he is trying to protect a child from a decision that could cost him his life.

"If he were 18 years old and made the decision that his parents are making for him, we would not be in court," Olson said. "Since the boy just turned 13 in March, I felt the judge needs to take a look at this and make a decision."

The family declined a request for an interview Thursday.

Danny, as he is known, was first found to have cancer in late January, and his doctors recommended six rounds of chemotherapy and radiation, according to court papers. The disease -- a cancer of the immune cells -- has a 95 percent survival rate for his age group with treatment, according to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

But after one round of chemotherapy, Daniel became so sick that his parents refused to send him for a second treatment. They switched him to an alternative regime of complementary medicine, including dietary changes and "ionized water," Johnson said.

In the meantime, the Hausers asked for second and third opinions from the Mayo Clinic and University of Minnesota. In both cases, the cancer specialists recommended chemotherapy and radiation, said Olson, the county attorney. Without treatment, he said, he was told the boy could die. In April, he filed a petition asking the court to force treatment.

Olson's petition says, in part: "Both the Mayo and Children's doctors have told the parents that Daniel has a 90 percent chance of being cured with standard chemotherapy and radiation, and this would decrease significantly to 50 percent or less if the tumor is allowed to re-grow and develops resistance to chemotherapy.''

"There's a fine line between parental rights to do what parents feel [is] in the best interest of their children, and the state's right," Olson said Thursday. "In this case, we've claimed we have a compelling state interest in protecting this young man."
James S. Turner, a Washington lawyer and natural health advocate, has joined the battle on the Hausers' side.

"Consumers do have the right to choose what kind of approach they want to take on any health question, that's our argument," said Turner, who was one of Ralph Nader's original Nader's Raiders, and now chairs a group called Citizens for Health.

Philip Elbert, a St. Peter attorney who is representing Daniel, agrees. "If a parent is given a choice of two rational choices, you can't just say 'I don't like that choice,'" he said. "We may not agree with the decision, but it's not our decision to make."

The parents have said they were not ruling out chemotherapy completely, and would try it again if the cancer begins to grow, according to court documents. For now, Daniel appears to be doing well, said Johnson.

Olson says he would not have gone to court if the boy had a grim prognosis, "and the parents made a decision that they don't want to put him through chemotherapy." But in this case, he said, "the doctors are telling us that it's 90 percent curable."

In his court papers, though, Daniel sounds defiant. "I claim this, as my right, that no one: No government, No big Brother, No Tribe, No other human being may interfere with my Spiritual Path and my consciousness."

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« Reply #9 on: May 10, 2009, 05:54:27 am »
  A "medicine man" at the age of 13???? This is nothing more than a cult that is dangerous to the health and welfare of it's members and because of this cult a child will lose his life. This is upsetting. 

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« Reply #10 on: May 10, 2009, 08:27:17 pm »
This is pretty funny. They're not the only Nuagers calling themselves Nemenhah Band.

I can only hope these two sets of imposters begin accusing each other of being frauds, and hopefully even take each other to court.

just thought that was particularly relevant for this "thread" .. .. a case of one fraud accusing another .. deflection? .. we see it all the time .. :)

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« Reply #11 on: May 10, 2009, 11:02:35 pm »
  This thread is about a kid possibly dying because of a "shaman cult". Not Cat Carnes..........

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« Reply #12 on: May 10, 2009, 11:25:09 pm »
  This thread is about a kid possibly dying because of a "shaman cult". Not Cat Carnes..........

your absolutely right! .. .. i said i was being a brat .. .. yet, underlying all issues are other issues .. perhaps they should be pointed out, perhaps not .. .. 

obviously i thought this to be an important issue for me to post in it and add more information .. sorry, my mind works in weird ways seeing interconnections .. .. .. (shutting up now)

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« Reply #13 on: May 13, 2009, 12:33:26 am »
More press on this, including quotes from Al:

A closer look contains hints of sham artist, not a shaman

By JON TEVLIN, Star Tribune

A boy's life hangs in the balance in New Ulm, Minn., this week as a court decides if he should abide by the advice of prominent doctors or that of a group claiming to be American Indian healers whose website the boy's mother says she "found on the Internet."

read the rest:
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« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2009, 09:54:10 pm »
an interesting blog on this subject .. in the comments section, James Warren ‘Flaming Eagle’ Mooney is trying to defend nemenhah, himself, etc ..