Spirit Stones [Native Spirits Walk Among Us] ReMastered

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From the album "It Doesn't Grow On Trees". Licensed by Sony Entertainment. In 2007 I met a young musical artist Evren Ozan and his mother at the 9th Annual Native music Awards, held at the Seneca-Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, N.Y. This young man’s music is so good that I wanted to meet him personally. They gave me a CD “Alluvia” and I imparted to him a “Spirit Stone” to protect both of them on their continuing journey. His inspiration and tha CD helped me to find the Native American musician buried deep inside my musical soul. Evren is a five time Native Music Award recipient and has other albums of worthy listening. Hear Evren at: www.ozanmusic.com Long ago an elder told three warriors that if they walked a great distance to a sacred place along the Wolf River and offered tobacco, the Great Spirit would grant them their most wanted wish. So the three set out on their journey. They walked for many days and overcame many obstacles before reaching the sacred place. The first warrior offered his tobacco and thought about his wish for a while. Finally, he said, "Oh Great Spirit, could you please give me the skills to hunt better, for I have a big family and am not able to feed them?" The Great Spirit gladly granted his wish and sent him on his journey back home. The second warrior also offered his tobacco and then thought about his wish. A moment later he said, "Oh Great Spirit, could you please help me find a wife, for I have everything and no one to give it to?'' The Great Spirit granted his wish and sent him on his way home. The third warrior then stepped forward and offered his tobacco. He stood at the sacred spot looking at the ground. When he looked up, he said, "Oh Great Spirit, would you grant me eternal life, for I want to live forever?" Such selfish pride angered the Great Spirit. In return, the Great Spirit granted his wish by turning him into an everlasting rock, Spirit Rock. To this day Spirit Rock still exists. A ‘Menominee Legend” retold by: Leona M. Tourtillott and Talenna M. Peters contact me: https://www.twine.fm/signin // https://www.twine.fm/signin #audio #Native American #Nu #Dance #Cinematic #Industrial #Progressive #dance #Underground #Club

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