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…

“We pathologize the dead.” Mortician Caitlin Doughty on funeral rituals and why death is often hidden away

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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