Chief Golden Light Eagle has been a beloved friend and guest on our show. We hold him very close in our hearts as he makes his journey over the Rainbow Bridge. His teachings of the Star Laws of living in grace, harmony, gratitude, balance, instantaneous forgiveness, reverence for nature and all life and understanding the importance of Unifying Humanity through Becoming One have had a profound impact on us and countless others who have embarked on the path of learning the teachings of the 11:11, 12:12and 13:13 Star Knowledge. We celebrate his life and his legacy and honor the tender process of grief, as well as share the signs and symbols he has begun sharing from the other side.
“Sincerity is the key.
Wisdom is the goal.
Knowledge is a tool.
Peace is Wisdom in action”
TAWACIN AWANYAGKIYAPI ~ Awakens Higher Mind from “THE SYMBOLS; The Universal Symbols and Laws of Creation: A Divine Plan by Which One Can Live
Helpful Links: https://www.starknowledge.org
Teacher of The Star Ways,Chief Golden Light Eagle is one of the “original code carriers” of Turtle Island (North America). Nakota Sundance Chief Golden Light Eagle, is a member of the Nakota Ihunktowan Band of South Dakota, a spiritual advisor, and He is one of seven Sundance Chiefs for the Yankton Sioux Sungdeska Sapa Tiospaye. Through years of prayer and ceremony, with a group of spiritual teachers, he has brought forth interpretations of the Star Laws.
He co-authored four books titled, “MAKA WICAHPI WICOHAN”, “ANPAO WICAHPI WICOHAN”, IKTOMI WICAHPI WICOHAN”, and “CAN WAKAN WICOHAN”. The MAKA WICAHPI WICOHAN manual was inducted into the Smithsonian Institution during a formal ceremony on September 26, 1999 and the manual was also donated to the A.R.E. Library on September 22, 2002.
My most precious Mother Beautiful Sundance Woman named me Loren Zephier
My most precious Father Chief Black Spotted Horse named me Azuya Mani (Scout)
The Elk Nations named meHehaka Nazin (Standing Elk)
The Heyoka Nation call meHehaka Oyate Oyasin (All Elk Nation)
Tunkasila Hehaka Sapa (Black Elk) named meMani Ota (Walks With many)
The Eagle Nations said that I would be known asWambdi Zizi (The Golden Eagle) in the future.
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