> Paul H Dean aka Man Found Standing is holding
> ceremonies in Ava, MO at his "Church", New
> Haven/Sacred Way Lodge info can be found at
> Meetup.com, which include peyote and ayahuasca.
> This Weekend April 8-10. He along with Justin
> Cluff aka Alphani Ryzon or Zerotize of the Rainbow
> Tribe and some other name are holding a Shamanic
> Boom Festival (fb). Another website about this is
> befreehealing.com and on that site it states, No
> drugs and alcohol and in the next sentence it
> states only legal and beneficial sacraments.
New Haven Sacred Way Lodge is a Native American way to protect our religious and personal freedoms. We will be hosting all types of Ceremonies from time to time. (Talking Circles, Peyote Ceremony, Sweat Lodge, Dancing Ceremonies, Nature Walks, Ayahuasca Ceremony, Drum Circles, Canabis Ceremony, Healing Ceremonies, and etc.) The Sacred Way adapts into all personal or religious beliefs
Yet this is not a "Native American way", cannabis is not legal in Missouri [norml.org
] and New Haven does not have a DEA exemption for ayahuasca.
Although Ayahuasca Healings has publicly distanced themselves from New Haven:
We were initially under the impression that we had full legal protection under the New Haven Native American Church, previously known as the Oklevueha Native American Church of Missouri. For months prior, we had been in communication with the NHNAC Chief and President, Paul ‘Man Found Standing’ Dean. We followed all of his guidance, and received the full declaration and protection of his Independent branch of the Native American Church, which had also received the same blessing from the Oklevueha Native American Mother Church.
However, in the beginning of December 2015, we found out there was a political dispute between Oklevueha NAC and New Haven NAC. As a result, we immediately made contact and were advised by James ‘Flaming Eagle’ Mooney that we would have the strongest possible legal protection if we followed his guidance, to re-organize our public image to come into total compliance with the Oklevueha NAC Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct, and in doing so, earned James ‘Flaming Eagle’ Mooney’s respect and the full blessing from the Oklevueha Native American Mother Church.
But Marc Roland Shackman / Kumooja Banyan Tree still has an active New Haven branch:
NEW HAVEN NATIVE AMERICAN CHURCH
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UBI Number 603564808
State of Incorporation MO
WA Filing Date 11/20/2015
Expiration Date 11/30/2016
Registered Agent Information
Agent Name MARC SHACKMAN
Address 204 LUTKENS RD
Marc 'Kumooja Banyan Tree' Shackman is the Principle Stone Carrier.
So Marc may still be running some money through his New Haven branch.
Otherwise Ayahuasca Healings looks to be most allied with ONAC, they've paid to be a branch, and in USA have customers pay to be members.
All this in an attempt to fake legality.
Ultimately it looks like all funds flow through Trinity's for profit business:Your Highest Truth Healings Inc.
DBA Ayahuasca Healings
240 N. Glynde Ave.
Burnaby, BC, V5B 1G9