Ghost Dance 2018 Calendar

Native American Spiritual Calendar

Ghost Dance 2018 Wall Calendar

At a time when Native American nations across America faced destruction, the Ghost Dance religion sprang forth to offer hope. It was in the late 1800s that the spiritual connections with the dance began.  The authorities at the time completely misunderstood the Ghost Dance which wasn’t anything new, they completely misunderstood most of anything that the Native People lived by. Because of the misguided understanding there was a  massacre of Sioux men, women, and children at Wounded Knee in 1890. Artist, J D Challenger, gives us some remarkable paintings in this calendar that just might renew the bonds of strength and dignity of the Native Americans to their most important history.

ghost dance calendar
Ghost Dance Wall Calendar

Features:

  • Format: Standard Wall
  • Size Closed: 13 3/4 inches by 10 3/4 inches
  • Size Opened: 27 3/4 inches by 10 3/4 inches
  • Grid Size: Medium Rectangle
  • Binding: Stapled
  • Time Span: 12 month +4
  • Publisher: Tide-Mark


Back cover of Ghost Dance Calendar

The Ghost Dance period had its beginnnings with the Paiute “Prophet” Wovoka and spread quickly through the Plains tribes and beyond.


Inside Page Of Calendar

The paintings of JD Challenger tell a story if you look at them closely. A story of a People, the First Peoples of North America, that has a rich heritage and an even richer tradition.

You can pre-order this Native American Calendar celebrating the Ghost Dance with shipping expected to begin around May 31, 2017.

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Beverly Two Feathers

Beverly Two Feathers is my spiritual name, other places I use my Anglo name you can find me as Beverly Owens on Google +

2 thoughts on “Ghost Dance 2018 Calendar”

  1. 1st nation Canadian fire owl my name ,sign by moon owl/sun Strong Wolf since child danced 24 hours for my animal sign oft interpreted vicious /alpha/or cunning WOLF!
    I am a woman, my query is how much are and where to purchase? Please keep in mind new here at ur site so curious where your at and how you took or were given a name? most importantly we have not been called Indian in Canada for a great many years our traditions oft are different please refer to all as NORTH AMERICAN as we had no borders ! I get a wee bit hurt when those who choose to write of our heritage don’t realize we have no border but respect in the difference of modern border we different Identity names IE:1st nations…. blessed be.
    The Wolf/Fire Owl

    1. Hello Fire Owl! You can find the price of the calendar by clicking on the image…that takes you to the site that sells them. How did I get my name? Through dreams, I was directed to a special place where I was blessed with the gift of two feathers. Once found and held in my hand, the name Two Feathers was called out. Since I was in an area surrounded by ancient Stone People (where much of my energy gets rejuvenated) I knew it was what I was to be called. As to the “name” of what we should be called…Indian, North American, Native American, 1st Nations or whatever…they are all labels and in the long run don’t mean much. We are all related as our Lakota brothers and sisters have long said. We are all from the ancients who inhabited Turtle Island for thousands of years before the Europeans arrived…there were no borders…this is true but most of my readers are not usually at that level of understanding. Too many get offended as to what label to be used…does it really matter? We are the People…

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