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The indigenous peoples of North America are the Keepers of Turtle Island.
Like all indigenous peoples across Mother Earth, they are fighting for Mother
Earth on a daily basis–but not just with words–with their very own lives —
on the line.
We all hear that “We are One,” “Mother Earth is our Home,” but when you
watch a video like Schumann’s Resonance – The Frequency of Life
You realize that the Heartbeat of Mother Earth,
its Schumann Resonance, 7.83 Hertz–that vibration, that heartbeat, is
also our “heartbeat.” For without that vibration of 7.83 hertz, it has
been scientifically proven that humans very soon get physically,
emotionally, and most likely spiritually sick.
This heartbeat, this mystery is well-known intuitively by the indigenous
peoples of Mother Earth, by the Keepers of Turtle Island, by the Lakota
Sioux with whom Kent Nerburn has written. In Kent Nerburn’s trilogy,
Neither Wolf Nor Dog, The Wolf at Twilight, and The Girl Who Sang to
the Buffalo we see their story, their heartache, their integrity, their wisdom —
and most of all their heart.
When I first heard, early last fall, that they were going to make a movie of
Neither Wolf Nor Dog, I was elated, but I was also very suspicious of them
being able to bring to the screen the integrity, the wisdom, and the heart
which oozes out of these books.
My suspicions were confirmed in late fall, last year, when I saw the first,
albeit very rough trailer for the film. It was very poor.
Now, with this almost three minute new “Temporary Trailer” we get
another glimpse at where the film version of Neither Wolf Nor Dog
may be headed.
In these three minutes, all of my suspicions were quickly and immediately
dashed. If the entire film, which is due out in December of this year, can
maintain this outstanding portrayal of the book, the integrity, the wisdom,
and the heart–then we are in for a very exceptional, a very moving, a very
deeply heartfelt portrayal–on film. The characters, Dan, Glover, Jumbo, Kent . . .
are all very believable.
These books are about many things that we all would be wise to hear; but most
importantly, these books are about the Great Spirit, about Wakan Tanka, about
the Great Mystery.
This trailer vividly conveys the passion and all the Great Spirit, all the Wakan Tanka,
all the Great Mystery so well portrayed in the books.
If you are not aware of these three works by Kent Nerburn, I would strongly recommend
that you take the three minutes and watch this video. Who knows, you just may get moved to read the books.
If you are aware of these works, just watch . . . the joy of the books is coming to film . . .
the Great Mystery is here–and it may bring some to tears.
Watch for just these three minutes, and you will start to feel the deep emotions
associated with Wakan Tanka, the Great Spirit, the Great Mystery.
If you have ever read Black Elk Speaks, you may at times think you are
hearing Black Elk speaking as you watch even this short trailer for
Neither Wolf Nor Dog.
Neither Wolf Nor Dog starts out with these words, for which, no matter
what your land, no matter what your creed, no matter what your history,
who would not want this:
“Let us put our minds together and see what kind
of life we can make for our children.”
— Sitting Bull