Six Nations & North America
The Six Nations Championship (referred to as RBS 6 Nations as it's sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) is an annual international rugby union competition involving six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. North America is a continent wholly within the Northern Hemisphere and almost wholly within the Western Hemisphere./5
The people of the Six Nations, also known by the French term, Iroquois 1 Confederacy, call themselves the Hau de no sau nee *** dee noe sho nee) meaning People Building a Long House. Located in the northeastern region of North America, originally the Six Nations was five and included the Mohawks, On…
At the heart of most indigenous cultures lies a creation myth. Among the Iroquois/Six Nations, for example, the story of creation speaks of Sky Woman coming down from heaven and being aided by the animals of the sea, who gather mud on the back of Big Turtle to form the continent of North America. In a myth of the Australian Aborigines, the Sun Mother awakens the spirits of the creatures and gives them form. In the myth of the !Kung-San of southern Africa, creatures begin living peacefully together underground with the Käng, the Great Master and Lord of All Life, until the world above is created and the first woman is pulled through a hole besides the roots of a wondrous tree, to be followed by other creatures and more people.
Our national symbol is the bald eagle. In 1782, after six years of discussion over what symbol should be chosen to represent our nation, the United States Congress selected this majestic bird. It appears on many or our nation's documents. Bald eagles can be found on government seals, the Presidential flag, military badges, money, postage stamps, and government buildings. Congress chose this magnificent bird for several reasons. The bald eagle is found only in North America, which makes it a true "All-American." The eagle with its outspread wings represented freedom to our new nation. The strong powerful bird would be a fitting symbol for a growing nation. The bald eagle became threatened with extinction in the early 1900's. The use of poisonous pesticides and the growth of cities which disturbed eagle habitats caused the population of eagles to rapidly decline. In 1940, Congress passed the Bald Eagle Protection Act, and bald eagles became a protected species. This meant that it was against the law ...
New treaties were drafted and those indigenous nations that had lost their territories in the United States, or simply wished to not live under the US government, were granted new land in Canada by the King. The Mohawk Nation was one such group, which abandoned its Mohawk Valley territory, in present day New York State, after Americans destroyed the natives' settlement, including the chapel donated by Queen Anne following the visit to London of the Four Mohawk Kings. As compensation, George III promised land in Canada to the Six Nations and, in 1784, some Mohawks settled in what is now the Bay of Quinte and the Grand River Valley, where North America's only two Chapels Royal—Christ Church Royal Chapel of the Mohawks and Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks—were built to symbolise the connection between the Mohawk people and the Crown. Thereafter, the treaties with aboriginals across southern Ontario were dubbed the Covenant Chain and ensured the preservation of First Nations' rights not provide ...
ACTUAL FACT NUMBER 15 (1+5=6) By Boris MUHAMMAD: "THE EARTH (BLACKWOMAN) WEIGHS 6 SEX TILLION TONS - A UNIT FOLLOWED BY 21 CIPHERS": In the Instruction to the Laborers by Prophet W.D. Fard Muhammad Number 12 it states: 12. - The M.G.T. & G.C.C.: I can sit on top of the world and tell everyone that the most beautiful Nation is in the wilderness of North America. But do not let me catch any sister other than herself in regards to living the Life and ***weighing*** properly." Now, let's crossrefernce this with a verse from the Holy Qur'an: Surah 99:1-8: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. 99:1 When the earth is shaken with her shaking 99:2 And the EARTH brings forth HER BURDEN, 99:3 And man says: What has befallen her? 99:4 On that day she will tell her news, 99:5 As if thy Lord had revealed to her.a 99:6 On that day men will come forth in sundry bodies that they may be shown their works. 99:7 So he who does an atom’s weight of good will see it. 99:8 And he who does an ato ...
Janet Marie Rogers Wednesday 7:00pm until 10:00pm Main Branch Lethbridge Public Libary Theatre First Nations poet and performance artist / video poet ... A Mohawk writer from the Six Nations territory in southern Ontario, Janet was born in Vancouver British Columbia January 29th 1963. She began her creative career as a visual artist, and started writing in 1996. Since then, she continues to stretch her abilities as a writer working and studying in the genres of poetry, short fiction, science fiction, play writing, spoken word performance poetry and video poetry. Her literary passions are her native heritage, feminism, historical territories, human love, sexuality and spirit. Janet has many anthology credits as a writer and receives many invitations to share her performance poetry all over North America. Her first published collection of poems will be launched in the Fall 2007 entitled “Sound Waves”. She began recording her poetry with music during a residency at the Banff Centre, Alberta and continues ...
Democracy was her in North America long before the Euros arrival, and long before Europe embraced democracy.The founding fathers of democracy were the Iroquois.
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