One Nations Earth Camp

The One Nations Earth Camp offers a chance for you to learn from our Native American Tribes about their culture, traditions and sacred ceremonies. 

 

We are honored to have Chief Black Fox returning to Zen Awakening Festival for his 2nd Year in a row to lead us in Native American ceremony and songs.
Delbert Pomani also known as and “Chief Black Fox” is from the Crow Creek Agency in Fort Thompson, South Dakota. His mother was from Standing Rock, and his father- from Crow Creek. Delbert is a direct descendant of Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and Rain In The Face.

His name, “Black Fox,” was given following a vision that Delbert beheld the duty of “Uniting the Tribes”. Five years ago, when Chief Leonard Crow Dog of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, initiated Delbert as a Chief for the Dakota Tribes, Chief Black Fox Pomani knew he was the one to work for and represent his people and native culture. Mission My mission is to help my people, Mother Earth, and humankind. The highest rate of suicide, drug and alcoholism is on our reservations. I want to make a difference by bringing hope back to my people and spreading awareness on how we can heal not only ourselves, but all nations, all people. The time has come be leaders once again. During presentations, I teach the ways of our ancestors and our elders. Ways on how we should and must care for Mother Earth and clean up our own backyards. We are in a time of great change and need to heal the diseases in our hearts. In 2011, I started a nonprofit called “The Indigo Bridge” with the vision to unite Indigenous Nations under the People of the Earth Treaty. Book your 3 day GA/ Camping ticket today for ONLY $144

 

 Mazatzin teaching Aztek Cosmology

Mazatzin Casas Acosta, of Kickapoo and Chichimeca First Nations descent who devotes his life’s work to understanding and sharing the teachings of his culture and in particular the Aztek Cosmology. He is a founding Board Member of the new International First Nations Academy; a member of the Frente Nacional Mexicano Pro Derechos Humanos; and a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations. For over 23 years he’s learned from many teachers from Mexico who had intensively studied the pre and post-Hispanic ‘codices’ and records as well as modern investigators. He has also performed extensive independent research concerning the Olmek-Toltek-Maya-Zapotek-Mixtek- Aztek calendar system, along with 7 years of Astronomical Zenith confirmation of their relationship.

He is presently in collaboration with the Institute of Astronomy at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, UNAM, on the Aztek Calendar. His contributions to the application and use of the units of time have been reviewed by many other recognized scholars and traditional authorities such as the Supreme Nahuatl Counsel, who corroborate the importance of his work. He is recognized as a Tonalpouki or keeper and interpreter of the calendar count.

 

Making their third year performance at Zen Awakening Festival please welcome our friends from The Red Hawk Singers & Dancers