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Kennanzio 18 - 09/13/18, 04:09 am

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They're all in there because the tree absorbs it. And when we smoke you today and we put the trees and plants all through there, you walk through it and all the old people and everything will go on to your body. And in that process, you're now saying that you're one of everything, and you're trying your best to let the spirits know that when they do come by you like the great http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2016/04/18/don_t_accept_rape_campaign_uses_dark_acceptance_letters_to_fight_campus.html big serpent, the wakarl, and I'm gonna say it now (speaks in noongar language). We demand the bad energy to leave. (speaks in noongar language) And then we ask the good spirits to come and sit around. It's not in the air but on our skin (mumbles).

Can you raise your hand if you're a mammal? You see that unification. Some are, "I'm not putting my hand up. "This is a trick question." (audience chuckles) Are we or are we not? I don't know. Raise your hand if you're a mammal. Yup. Some people are gonna go, "Ugh, really? https://www.adweek.com/creativity/college-acceptance-letters-get-seriously-dark-beginning-one-harvard-crimson-170883/ "Do I have to do this?" Unity overcomes everything. And the truth is that when you put your hand up, you take a thought to an action. All of a sudden, you're actually saying, like our people used to do when you stand in country, "Do you see me?"

We used to hit the ground like we used to do when you're in your mother's tummy. You used to kick your mother, and your mother would go, "Wow, my baby's alive," and she would become so full of energy. Amazing. And for our people, when we do this, we're kicking her and saying, "Your children are still alive, mom." And she starts to vibrate. And as we now do the language, https://www.lemonde.fr/big-browser/article/2016/06/08/le-proces-pour-viol-qui-captive-les-etats-unis_4942345_4832693.html and I say (speaks in noongar language), good spirit will come sit on your skin. And when you feel the goosebumps going over your body, that's them dancing with your spirit child inside you and saying, "You're okay. "Don't fear this wonderful, beautiful country.

This is your mother's country." (Shaun speaks in noongar language) Welcome, welcome. (speaks in noongar language) is really good. Yoka is our women. https://www.sueddeutsche.de/bildung/studium-tut-uns-leid-dass-sie-an-der-uni-vergewaltigt-werden-1.2957836 (speaks in noongar language) is our men. (speaks in noongar language) is that child inside you, dancing and celebrating, saying, "Yeah, let's get united. "Let's start to dance. "Let's connect." What I'm gonna do now, I welcome you to country.

I'm gonna put this one, a little bit of green on there, and it's gonna smoke. Anyone who would like to come up and just walk through the smoke. What it does, if you're carrying energy that's not needed, they now take it. And they'll say, "You're all right. https://www.cosmopolitan.com/lifestyle/news/a57174/unacceptable-acceptance-letters-campaign-campus-assault/ "You come with us." I always carry wood with me, and I'm gonna play the didgeridoo as you start to come through. And this energy will come onto me or onto here. And when I go out in the country, I take it and I give it to them.