Larry Sellers

Traditional Practitioner of the Sacred Pipe Beliefs and is a member of the Osage, Cherokee and Lakota tribes in Oklahoma. Former actor.

Traditional Practitioner of the Sacred Pipe Beliefs and is a member of the Osage, Cherokee and Lakota tribes in Oklahoma. Former actor.

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Some   Native Americans have long believed that death is part of the natural cycle of life and many cultures believe the dead spirit continues to  “walk on” implying the continuation…

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Some Native Americans have long believed that death is part of the natural cycle of life and many cultures believe the dead spirit continues to  “walk on” implying the continuation…

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