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Vernon Foster

Head of the Arizona Chapter

American Indian Movement

HQ Phone:  (612) 721-3914

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American Indian Movement

P.O. Box 13521

Minneapolis, Minnesota,55414

United States

Company Description

Using the American Indian Movement to give themselves credibility, cover and access, they have been able to infiltrate other organizations and movements nationally and internationally. What you can do to help: The American Indian Movement Grand Governing... more

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Employment History

Executive Director American Indian Movement Arizona Chapter


Affiliations

Klamuth/Modac Nation

Member


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8thfire.net

The phone rang at the home of Vernon Foster near Pheonix, Arizona.
He is the head of the Arizona chapter of the American Indian Movement (AIM), and he has been calling us. Vernon threatened that if we did not stop walking, AIM would stop us. Vernon told Scott he had heard we are a bunch of New Agers carrying sacred medicines, pipes and staffs, that we have no right to carry. He said that he and his warriors were coming tomorrow to stop us and take pipes and staffs from us.


www.8thfire.net

The phone rang at the home of Vernon Foster near Pheonix, Arizona.
He is the head of the Arizona chapter of the American Indian Movement (AIM), and he has been calling us. Vernon threatened that if we did not stop walking, AIM would stop us. Vernon told Scott he had heard we are a bunch of New Agers carrying sacred medicines, pipes and staffs, that we have no right to carry. He said that he and his warriors were coming tomorrow to stop us and take pipes and staffs from us.


www.imajons.com

with VERNON FOSTER
VERNON FOSTER- is a member of the Klamuth/Modac Nation, and active member of the American Indian Movement which promotes Native human rights, he has been a strong advocate and activist of Indian country for over thirty years. Vernon is recognized as a national spokesman on behalf of his community, a motivational speaker, spiritual advisor, healer, counselor and teacher regarding Native American issues, solutions, and perspectives. He has been the founder of many charitable organizations: Buffalo Heart Project; Red Road Journeys. Vernon sits on many national boards. Vernon Foster is available for Private Healing Sessions on Monday, April 12th, 10-5pm. By appointment only.


www.upi.com

Vernon Foster, a member of the American Indian Movement, said sweat lodge rituals usually involved small groups of hunters or warriors.
"Going into the lodge allowed us not only to be intuitive thinkers but to make contact with the intuitive world, to communicate with unseen things," he said.


www.azcentral.com

The tradition is thousands of years old, with the earliest sweat lodges used by small groups of native people before embarking on a hunt or going to war, said Vernon Foster, an Arizona representative of the American Indian Movement.
"It was a very private ceremony that took place, and usually it was one of our monks, and maybe four or five of the warriors," he said. "Going into the lodge allowed us not only to be intuitive thinkers but to make contact with the intuitive world, to communicate with unseen things." Lodges are typically constructed with willow saplings and use lava stones heated in a fire. The ceremony might be conducted by several leaders, with the largest structures providing room for 12 to 15 people, Foster said. The traditional sweat lodge is supposed to be round and emulate "Mother Earth," Foster said. "It's not supposed to look like a stadium," he added, in a reference to the size of structure used in the fatal event. Foster said ceremonies were typically designed to last 60 to 90 minutes. "It's not something that was prolonged," he said.


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