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  • The Importance of Tone
    When language comes from within there is a more stronger feeling to the spoken language. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Indian People and the Four Directions
    Establishing the four directions as animal spirits.
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • The Individualistic Focus of the Cree
    It takes one Cree individual to hold a ceremony where as other tribes use committees and cannot operate unless they are all present. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Inspiration of the Land and its Interrelation
    The Indian people are passionate and respectful of the land.
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • The Interconnection of Existence
    There is power and purpose in everything the Great Spirit has given us. Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • Lac St Anne and the Rites of Pilgrimage
    Sacred places such as Lac St Anne played an acceptable key role in the spiritual lives of Indian People. Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • Language as the Basis for Identity
    Your own language is the most important as it does identify who you are, however, you may adopt other languages.
    Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • The Language of God
    God gave us a powerful purposeful language and it is without curse words. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
     
  • Lessons Hidden In Creation
    Search through creation and you will find guidance.
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
  • Lessons in Creation, and the Power of Visions
    Those who have visions, revelations are very valuable people in their tribes. Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
     
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