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Okleveuha Native American Church

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Founded by Wallace
"Mad Bear" Anderson




Mad Bear Anderson was the founder of the Indian Unity Movement... and its child, the American Indian Movement. He was a Lord or "Sachem" of the 6 Nations (Iroquois) Confederacy.

He said, "Someday someone will collect all the Native People’s prophecies, myths and legends, and would publish them in one place, so they could be compared with those of all Native Peoples worldwide." “...and then we really will have something!”

Mad Bear Anderson
Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson

Mad Bear, a merchant mariner who visited native culture all over the world in the 1950s, was gathering prophecies for a book to be titled Earth Mother Crying when he passed into spirit in 1985.

Originally, these prophecies were all on our website in 1996 at what eventually became www.NativeAmericanProphecy.com, and we named our eBook Earth Mother Crying in Mad Bear's honor once we learned of his prophecy in 1998.