American Indigenous People passed knowledge through storytelling for thousands of years. There was, and is, a universal acknowledgement of a ‘Creator’. In the United States, stories were destroyed with the decimation of hundreds of tribes by Old World intruders. By spiritual motivation, remnants of stories were patched or reinvented to preserve cultural identification. The Creator is still not truly understood by American Indigenes. Once held truth may have been intentionally eliminated due to fatal ordeals imposed by ‘Christians’.
American Indigenes were primed to receive the Gospel when Europeans landed in their New World, our Old World. Had it been realized, a different world may have ensued. Shock upon shock imposed upon tribes made it evident that the god of the New Comers was not the God of The People: God was The Creator of the universe and everything within it. He was revered and all His creations were respected. Consequently, Native Indigenous People repelled Jesus Christ, seeing him as a “White” god.
Perhaps through this story, Native Indigenous readers will rediscover The Creator, who is God; the Creator Spirit who was, is, and is forever. This is also a theory about how Native life may have been Once Upon A Time. Included herein is an anthology based on American “Indian” thought and laudations which I personally composed from Scripture.