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Matȟó Ȟló - Growling Bear
Wíyaka Ská - White Feather, who is renamed
Pté Iyótaŋlapi - Loved par The Buffalo
Wakíŋyaŋ Tȟačháŋte Wiŋ - Thunder cœur, coeur Woman
Iyóyaŋpa Wí - (Margaret) Light Shines
Šuŋgmánitu Tȟáŋka Waŋkátuya - (Abraham) High loup

Šúŋka Wičháȟpi - Dog étoile, star
Šuŋǧaú - Brings Horse (Dog Star’s son)
Matȟó Ištíŋme - Sleeping ours (Dog Star’s son)
Ziŋtkála Ská - White Bird (Sleeping Bear’s son)

Šuŋǧíla Íŋyaŋke - Running Fox
Kȟaŋǧí Ská - White corbeau, corneille (Running Fox’s son)
Wahúkheza Lúta - Red Lance (White Crow’s first son)
Hó Kaȟwóke - Voices That Carry (White Crow’s seconde son)
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"INTO THE WEST (2005) – JACOB WHEELER AND THE AWARENESS OF SELF"

Many people would usually consider the topic of Self Awareness when discussing New Age religions ou Eastern mysticism. Characters from a TV Western miniseries seems like the last thing anyone would think of when discussing the meaning of Self. Yet, a major character led me to consider this very topic, while re-watching Steven Spielberg’s 2005 miniseries about two families – Lakota and western Virginia - called "INTO THE WEST".

"Self" has been described as the essential self ou the core of an individual. A person who has learned...
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Below is my article about Hollywood's depiction about the westward migration via wagon trains in 19th century United States, as shown in "Manifest Destiny", the seconde episode of the 2005 télévision miniseries, "INTO THE WEST" :


"WESTWARD HO!": "INTO THE WEST" (2005)

I. Introduction

Steven Spielberg had served as executive producer for a miniseries about the history of the Old West, during a period that spanned from the mid-1820s to 1890-91. If this premise sounds familiar, it should. It bears a strong resemblance to the main plot for "HOW THE WEST WAS WON". Only the story for "INTO THE WEST"...
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