Your old site from last year drops an awful lot of names which 1st Nation people I know never do (it's a BIG no-no and an ego trap). Many on this list are known to have never offered teachings (so I am told).
Your old site mentions that your Father was Irish and from the Tribe of Danu which anyone who can use Google knows is the myth behind the Clans of Ireland, not a clan in itself.
Is all this for real?
Url for the English translation of the Web Cache of 'Turtlewind,Firewalker's site started Aug 2010:
TURTLE WINDS FIRE WALKER
- Cherokee Indians, is in the mountains of Appalachia in Kentucky, born and raised.
Maternal great-grandparents page:
Ireen Collins grandmother is a descendant of Cherokee Chief Red Bird (Kentucky)
Running Fox's great-grandfather Collins is a descendant of Cherokee Chief Doublehead (Kentucky)
Paternal grandparents page:
Father is from Ireland and was grown in the Celtic culture. For generations, the family belonged to the tribe of Danu (Tuatha Dé Danann) to. Ancient druidic society.
Turtle Winds Firewalker was raised by his grandmother Windstar Shinning, a Cherokee medicine woman. They lived in the depths of the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky. The clan is the Woodland Duck Clan, an ancient clan of Cherokee traditional medicine - another name for the clan is Red Paint Clan.
Turtle Winds Fire Walkers mother's Eagle Women, a medicine woman from the Red Paint Clan and the Woodland Duck clan.
Turtle Winds Fire Walker was born in February 1966 in the mountains of Appalachia in Kentucky. Since early childhood, intense from the age of 7 years, until the age of 18 he was taught by his grandmother Windstar Shinning in Cherokee medicine, Cherokee ceremonies and rituals and herbalism.
At the age of 10 years, until 16 Years he was also instructed by his father in the world and the ceremony Celtic Druidism.
18 - 20 years:
Medical studies in the U.S. Army, married 6 years with Little Rain, the daughter of Kicking Bird, a Cheyenne medicine man. During this time, taught him the medicine and Kicking Bird life and ceremonies of the Cheyenne.
Worked at the police headquarters in Texas and studied medicine man Crow Dog, Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas.
21 - 24 years:
Three years of intense struggle for the rights of imprisoned Native Americans who wish to practice their culture and religion in prison. Spiritual advisor of Indian prisoners.
Along with medicine man Fast Horse (Lakota), visit the various prisons in the United States and Canada, have been detained in the Native Americans. Native ceremonies and traditional medicine for the detainees. Education in prisons for Native Americans about the traditions, rituals and spiritual healing. Reason: the Indian prisoners to make themselves aware of their origin and with the help of their ceremonies, rituals and traditions, using their culture to take new courage to face life and begin a new life.
Studied medicine at several people, among other things:
He Who Knows, Lakota, Sitting Bull family member of
Sun Bear, Ojibwa medicine man,
Rolling Thunder (nee John Pope, born 1916, died 1997), Cherokee medicine man
Lame Deer, Lakota
Each of 4 years of study at the Sacred Circle Institute and the Good Medicine Society.
Travel through the entire American continent, from North America, South America;
Conducting various ceremonies, teaching in Native American Spiritualiät meet other Indian cultures and traditions, learning from other medical people.
39 years - until now:
If all this is on the up and up - fine but it seems odd for anyone claiming to be 1st Nation to be dropping so many names.