NEWSLETTER 0f the Central Tribal Council/Cherokee Band: May 10, 2005 Tribal Event 

NATIVE AMERICAN PRESS RELEASE

May 10, 2005 3:00pm

Springfield, IL

Secretary of State Office, Capitol Building

Occasion: Native American Authorís book: TSUNAMI TWINS: being placed into the State of Illinois Library in a formal "Indian ceremony" with the Honorable Secretary of State, Jesse White, State Representative Chapin Rose and Cherokee Delegation.

As in Cherokee tradition the delegation presented Jesse White with a "Cherokee Thunder Stick". A high decorated walking stick with crystals beads and feathers. The Honorable Representative Chapin Rose was given a "Cherokee Eagle Stick" with a carved American Bald Eagle head.

Chief AJ of the Illinois Cherokee Tribe wrote the book TSUNAMI TWINS about ancient Anasazi Rock Art prophesy. The "Indian" message of the coming cleansing of the South West Desert of the USA is written in the disguised in a action adventure thriller. The reader is taken step by step in archaeological discovery leading to the realization that Southern California, Arizona and Las Vegas must be warned. The book is filled with tsunami facts about real places and much "Indian" lore.

In the photo from left to right:

Rep. Chapin Rose holding "Eagle Stick"gift, Jo Reatha Bailey, Alferd Hosick, Paul Lampley Deputy Chief, Secretary of State Jesse White holding "Thunder Stick" gift and TSUNAMI TWINS Chief AJ the author, Bill Stairs Cherokee Tribal Elder and Linda Elders.

TSUNAMI TWINS The book can be obtained at Barnes & Noble Booksellers stores or here: Chief AJ home page

NEXT TRIBAL EVENT: June 4 & 5 in Tuscola, IL TRIBAL GATHERING

 

For For a Tribal Enrollment Application, send SASE to: Chief AJ, POB 131, Tuscola, IL 61953-0131

      chiefaj@yahoo.com 

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