CAN YOU AFFORD TO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION?

This site was designed to incite the wonder of the audience about the American Aborigine. Information obtained from this site may contradict some of the histories compulsory schooling has conditioned some of the audience to accept. Can you afford to pay close attention? The least we can do is, Make It Make Sense. 


The American Aborigine  

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Feathers Up

Feathers Up is the theory and practice that pays homage to the minds, bodies, souls, and spirits of the American Aborigine (past, present, and future). Although the saying "feather up" has commonly been associated with "peacocking" or a person seeking attention, the growing community of knowledge seekers and hopeful skeptics about the antiquity of the American Aborigine affirm "FEATHERS UP" acknowledges the relational dynamic between the familial histories and cultural contributions of the original inhabitants of America (North, Central, South and adjoining islands).