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Bad news, now I am interested in Trinity. Trinity de Guzman must have an extensive background with the Elders to be able to lead these teachings. At least that would be my hope.
In 2011 he had a website called getyourgirlfriendbacksecret.com, that seems on point.
In 2012 he had one called studentcash101.com, very traditional stuff.
In 2013 he had fitnesslooggood.com pending as a website
Later in 2013 he had fitnessstrengthpower.com pending as a website
In 2014 he had safeforsingles.com pending.
There were some others.
Based on those sites I think he is well qualified to heal people.
You missed out meettrinity.com in which he claims to be the channel for a group of entities called The Teachers, and is able to put your questions to them.
"Our vision is to create 2 Ayahuasca Healing Churches a year, every year, until 2032, for a total of 30 Churches by the start of our New Golden Age. " Yeah, won't work unless he's as good as L. Ron Hubbard...lol...sheesh...
Marc "Kumooja Banyan Tree" Shackman is the Principle Stone Carrier.
(his surname is misspelled here, the email is correct)Quote
UK Marc Shakman Kumooja@balancingbetweenwords.com
Oldest Native American Church to James Mooney: Marijuana Is Not Our Sacrament
The following is an official statement from the Native American Church in regards to Flaming Eagle Mooney and Oklevueha.
The Native American Church of South Dakota (NACSD), is the oldest Native American Church within Lakota Territory and the State of South Dakota incorporated October 5, 1922. The NACSD is based within the boundaries of the Pine Ridge Agency – Oglala Sioux Tribe and serves its membership throughout the State and Lakota Territory.
As the oldest organization existing from Lakota ancestral linage and serving its Lakota members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe; the Native American Church of South Dakota presents this position:
— The Native American Church of South Dakota has no knowledge or existence of the Oklevueha Lakota Sioux Nation Native American Church;
— The Native American Church of South Dakota does not know James Warren Mooney;
— The Native American Church of South Dakota stands firm with the Fool Bull family against the misrepresentation of the Fool Bull Family name by the Oklevueha organization’s;
— The Native American Church of South Dakota does not condone the use of Marijuana as a sacrament of the Native American Church. The Native American Church of South Dakota’s cultural values & teachings along with its mission statement recognized the Holy Peyote as the only Sacrament of the Native American Church. The preservation of our Sacrament Peyote is standing true to what has been handed down to us as a Native American Church. It is a deep disrespect to Lakota NAC leadership/Elders/Wisdom Keepers who fought and died for our NAC ceremonial way of life to consider marijuana as a sacrament of the Native American Church.
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