SACRED WAY "The Elders say the men should look at women in a sacred way. The men should never put women down or shame them in any way. When we have problems, we should seek their counsel. We should share with them openly. A woman has intuitive thought. She has access to another system of knowledge that few men develop. She can help us understand. We must treat her in a good way.
Keystone XL: All Risk, No Reward Apr 8, 2013 - Rep. Rush Holt: Given that the oil carried by Keystone XL would not be mined, refined or consumed in the United States, why would we accept the transit risk associated with a pipeline project of this magnitude? Why would we want to expose thousands of towns up and down the United States to the same risks faced so catastrophically in Mayflower?
Eliwohi-ama - An Amayinehi, (Cherokee fey,) specifically a Nvnehi, or Wild Cousin associated with water, Eliwohi-ama is powerful and wise. She is the sister of Tal, and the daughter of Tsasi. Her uncle is the chief of the local Wild Cousins, known only as Nvna-Adado, or the Stone Spirit. Like that of her Uncle, Ama's "name" is not actually a name at all, but a descriptive epithet used as a Speaking Name.