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Burns Paiute Tribe Holding Post-Militia Cleansing Ceremony - ICTMN.com

13.3.16

Burns Paiute Tribe Holding Post-Militia Cleansing Ceremony - ICTMN.com: The reason for the cleansing ceremony is to clear the aura from the area following the takeover of the refuge. Charlotte explained that it still feels uncomfortable. “We went down and smudged and there was just a feeling that when those people started touching the artifacts and waving them around, those sorts of things were disrespectful in our eyes and those spirits were agitated and bothered.” She noted that the person waving things around died a couple of days later and the lady doing the filming had a tragic death in her family within a week.


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