A Night At The Roundtable, January 26, 2023
A Night At The Roundtable with Omena McGee, Caroline Oceana Ryan, Randy Miller, Rama Arjuna, Tara & Micah Green, Penny Christoffersen, and Vinayak
with Guest, Jadeon Rathgeber (Medicine Bear)
This is my friend Jadeon Rathgeber (Medicine Bear). He is of indigenous heritage and lives out here in the Kootenays in British Columbia. He is an incredibly talented artist, carver, and the Founder of the Kikiwak First Peoples Society Project. Working to share knowledge of traditional indigenous culture wisdom and to develop blueprints and build sustainable development communities with air-crete, hemp-crete, cob structures, rammed earth etc. Jadeons mother (Half Moon Woman), is one of the last remaining women who create an ancient art form called birch bark biting. She literally creates the most astoundingly beautiful art pieces by biting into birch bark with her teeth!! I still to this day cannot get my head around how she does it!
Anyhow I will leave you with jadeons auto biography as well as the kikiwak website and his mother's website to get a more in depth understanding of these beautiful people.
On another interesting note, one of Jadeons uncles "Splitting The Sky", (who is known for his attempted citizen's arrest of George W. Bush Jr. in Canada), was in New York the day before 9/11, and knew something was going to happen. He got out of there before the towers were hit the next day. RT interviewed him about it. His uncle was an indigenous elder whistleblower and part of the American Indian Movement.
Namaste & Satnam
Jadeon Rathgeber is Asiniskawiyiniwak (Rocky Cree) a band member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Saskatchewan and has linage from Pukatawagan, Manitoba. Jadeon is of European descent from Germany and Switzerland. He was born and raised in a First Nations community in Northern Manitoba, Canada.
Jadeon comes from a long linage of artists, traditional language and knowledge keepers. One of them being his mother, Half Moon Woman. She is the caretaker of an ancient traditional First Nations art form called Birch Bark Biting.
Jadeon’s family is very blessed to have the historical documentation of their history on Turtle Island. Jadeon comes from a large family, Bighetty, Dumas, Linklator, Cook and others. Prior to last names he can trace his lineage directly to Wapuskogimaw which translates to the White Bear Chief.
His Turtle Island name is Muskegee Muskwa which translates to Medicine Bear.
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