Apparently she's been trying to confuse people with some mathematically impossible story about a great-great grandmother who hid out from the Trail of Tears, and the Scots-Irish encroachment into Cherokee territory in the colonial era. Which means she can't do math, or she simply doesn't know how far back the Trail of Tears was, or she figures no one will check.
Like most who try to spin fantasies about Scottish people in the Cherokee territories, I've seen no indication of anything Scottish, Irish, or Cherokee in the newage pretendian bafflegab she is selling the gullible hippie seekers she is fleecing. Nothing she has said or done has shown any connection to any of these cultures or the spiritual traditions held and practiced by those cultures, whether in the colonial era or the living communities now.
It's just your usual neoplaygan hippie mishmash, with some Wiccan names and pan-Indian imagery.
Most people who think they have a Cherokee great-something grandmother usually just have more white people who are more likely to have driven Cherokee people off their land and killed Cherokee people. If they made babies with Cherokee women, it's probable those women were raped and enslaved, rather than part of a consensual union. In the cases where there was a consensual union, if the Scottish settler had assimilated into the Cherokee community, that's where their descendants are now. They are Cherokee people who have distant Scottish heritage and we know some of them. (Some of them are reading this now. One is on the phone with me as I write this.)
The white people who think they have a distant Cherokee ancestor usually don't. If they do find someone way back in their family tree, but if they and their parents and grandparents grew up white, that means that some long ago Cherokee person abandoned their language, culture and community and assimilated. That person chose to become white, and they chose a white life for all their descendants.
We know this, but the gullible white hippes who buy this stuff don't. That's why I'm repeating it here. This woman is a white, ceremony-selling, pretendian fraud. With or without some distant drop (which probably isn't there, either). Without a real, living, Cherokee cultural community that claims her, and none does, she is just another newage white hippie with a bullshit story she uses to make money.