Mohegan tribe used sage

Welcome to my neighbor down in Boca Raton Florida?

To a few of our posting while looking for information about the Mohegan Tribe?

I do know that many brothers and sisters have left the cold states for a warmer Florida, just wondering why this question?

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What is Kinnick~Kinnick?

December 1, 2012 /sachemspeaks

The natives up in the Eastern Woodlands Area of New England and the area around it, did not do Sage or Sweet-Grass.

That is until after one of my grandfathers visits out to the plains Indians in the 1940s.

While on that visit he, as told to me by my elders, was introduced to Sacred Sage and Sweet-Grass and he introduced his new friends to Kinnick-Kinnick.

The point that we must always remember is, it is not as important as to how one prays or what instruments used while praying, as it is to remember to pray and pray often!

You see, the whole idea of Sage, Sweet-Grass, Kinnick- Kinnick or whatever you so chose to use in a ceremony, is to get 'one to one' with your Supreme Being (Creator) or in the New England Area, Kiehtan!

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 Shechaim Ohjieshan (Sachem Walkingfox)
of the
Mohiigan  People

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