Sacred Song Blessings, gift all a good song, because you are perfect in all that does song. Our hearts reach into heaven, and we flood, with a sound, the music of Angels, that gift us pure sound. I want you to know, that you are part of God, the echo, that lingers till light hits the "Dawn". And we are the magic, that children who know, the heart always has pureness, like the blessed snow!

White Buffalo Calf Woman (Ptse San Wi Yan) has come home to your hearts. It's time to walk the evolution's path. We all are part of the Rainbow Clan, my relatives each and everyone. Receive the treasures that your iyes(h)ka (interpreter) gifts to you, the sacred song blessings, that always are true (soul and voice of the song). And inside of you, the soul that comes alive, the prayers that live, and shout, "I am and I thrive!"

Image left we honor artist Mary Selfridge. Image right we honor the Unknown Artist

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Aho Dear Twin Deer Mother (White Buffalo Calf Woman), If you have the time and space I would like to receive a song blessing...Thank you very much.
Blessed Be. SS your Song of Heaven, Green child, Spiritual Embrace

Southern Season Greetings, Sending love and kisses to all the misses!
your devoted servant, White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother, elder crystal child

Aho Beloved Twin Deer Mother, Thank you for the song!!! My soul jumps from joy and got tears in my eyes! This is how I feel inside!!! Thank you for the pics as well! They express nicely what I feel... Welcome to Paradise where the Tree of Life blossoms one's/once more!
Blessed Be. Southern Season your Song of Heaven, Green Child, Spiritual Embrace
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Saturday, December 7, 2013

Roll On Over Believe In This Dream

Aloha White Buffalo calf Woman,

I am going through a transformation and in surgery on Wednesday this week with a lot to do to prepare...

 aloha to you  

Rainbow Mother Dove of Angels..blessings

*Aloha Rainbow Mother Dove of Angels, *Mahalo;
Sending our love to you. Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star with a view. Drumming the buffalo drum, the humming is buzzing with tone. Lifting the sky, open wide, to heal all our whys/wise. Lifting the heart within you beat, to bring in laughter in both cheeks. Sending abundant love to your heart, aching inside for lack of the right waves. Sending our love towards where you sow, teaching the children just how to bow.

Sacred Song Blessing begins from the heart of Dove of Angels

Roll on over, believe in this dream. All my children, I expect you to be clean. Do your blessings everyday. Cleanse the world bow down and pray.  Listen children inside of me, I am feeling this sacred breeze. Hoping and willing to hear the faith of crying children who long to taste. Wisdom inside of each yelping cry. I want each tear to know how to be wise. Don't you look within to find your glow. Always looking for the overflow.

Just inside of you, my healing begins. If you don't know the way to purification of this sin. I will be sitting here in your sin, because you don't want to let the wind in. 

(silence, wind blows, whoosh)
I am listening to all your woes. Your deep sorrows such wonderful chores. Yet you don't realize what you have, always looking for the sacred dash. I say truly God gifted you, all that is holy inside of this view. Witness my children, look for the land, welcoming soldiers who hold our hands. I say, come how are you. I say it's true. I say it's heaven, inside of you. I say it's true, inside of this view, when you bow down to the earth and say I love you.

We are the trueness of the hues. We are the colors of the great knews. We are children longing to feel, the champions of causes that are reely real. I have to tell you, witness for love. We are waking, acting like Doves. Yet all my children, I don't see you win/d. Instead of children, always in sin. 

(bows the head down, sadness)
Tell me truly.... don't you know you are loved? I am hear holding all your fears in my heart. I can't tell you that feelings I feel, when you don't stand up and feel the wheel. Children inside of me, I want to say, LOVE IS THE GENTLE WIND DISPLAY. I have to tell you, it's inside of you. You are the peaceful warrior two/too.

You are the doves of my angels in bloom. You are the chosen to swoon. you are the broadest sense of the word, heavenly children walking towards.

(whispering) I love you....

White Buffalo Calf Woman sings and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star drums from the heart of Rainbow Mother Dove of Angels (Darcee Lucus), Kona Hawaii, USA. 

  • Darcee Lucas aloha White Buffalo calf Woman...what I saw was the life of the trees, strong majestic...this happened as I scrolled to the image caught on camera and transferred to the computer. I am going through a transformation and in surgery on Wednesday this week with a lot to do to prepare...I was impressed by the image as I too live in a forest a tropical one....I see its spirit of life breath all the time..and receive vision and healing energy of the wisdom of the majestic....aloha to you Rainbow Mother Dove of Angels... blessings

Rainbow Mother Dove of Angels (Darcee Lucus) Excerpt from

*10 common Hawaiian sayings and what they really mean

Aloha is the most common and probably the most beautiful word in the Hawaiian language. It is the first greeting you hear when you are in Hawaii. While everyone speaks English in Hawaii, the ancient language is making a comeback. The Hawaiians really appreciate it when you take the effort to speak some phrases in the native language. To help you get started, here are 10 most common Hawaiian sayings and what they really mean.

*1. Aloha – like many Hawaiian words, it has multiple meanings. While it is commonly used to say hello, good-bye and to express love, the beauty of the word comes through when it is broken down into the foundation root words.

Alo means to share in the present moment. Oha is joy. Ha is life energy Therefore Aloha translates to meaning “The joyful sharing of life energy in the present” or “joyfully sharing life.” Viewed another way, Aloha means living in harmony. Remember Hawaii is known as the Aloha state, and its multi-ethnic population attests to its living up to its name.

Aloha wau la 'oe means I love you.

2. Aloha kakahiaka – means good morning. The Hawaiian alphabet is made up of only 12 letters. There are the 5 vowels and 7 consonants. The vowels are pronounced as ah, ay, ee, oh and oo and are pronounced separately. So, good morning is pronounced as A lo ha Ka ka hi a ka.

3.Aloha ahiahi - good evening. This is how you are greeted when you walk into a restaurant for dinner or into the house of a native Hawaiian. If you are staying in a resort, you will be frequently greeted this way as resort employees go through several hours of Hawaiian cultural training.

4. E komo mai – welcome. The traditional Hawaiian greeting is “E komo mai. Nou ka hale” which means “Welcome, my house is yours. “ This is the Hawaiian equivalent to the Spanish greeting “Mi casa su casa”

In the kid’s movie Lilo & Stitch, one of the top songs was “Aloha, E komo mai”. Among the top 10 most common Hawaiian sayings and what they really mean, another useful phrase to include in your vocabulary is malama pono i kou ola kino or take good care of your health

5. Pehea 'oe? – it means how are you and among the younger Hawaiians, it is “what’s up?” When addressing more than one person, the phrase changes to pehea oukou

6. Malama pono – this means to take care and is the shortened form of the phrase e malama pono. Malama means to care for and to protect and pono is the adverb meaning completely, wholly and carefully. It is common on the Hawaiian islands to hear this said in parting malamapono a hui hou which translates to take care, until we meet again.”

7 maika ' i – means I am fine. This is the answer to the question pehea `oe or for a more polite response say maika`i no mahalo. Maika'i is also a name used in Hawaii for either a boy or a girl as it conveys the meaning of beautiful, handsome and in good health. This is highly popular as a business name.. For example, the supermarket chain Foodland names its frequent shopper rewards the “Maka' i program. On your next trip to Hawaii, count how businesses adopt this term in their business name.

*8 mahalo – expresses gratitude and is used to say thank you. It is as important as Aloha in the Hawaiian language and conveys much sacred and spiritual meaning. The root words are Ma which means in, ha which is breath or life energy and alo which is in the presence of. Mahalo means In the presence of the Divine.

There are two popular phrases that you will hear often in Hawaii. Mahalo nui loa and mahalo a nui mean thanks very much.

9. Mele kalikimaka – is Hawaii’s way of saying Merry Xmas. You will hear this displayed in bold letters in flashy decorations in the hotels and big shopping malls.

It is also the title of a very popular and catchy Xmas song, sung almost always to accompaniment from the ukulele. It was written in 1949 by R. Alex Anderson and has been sung by Bing Crosby, the Andrew Sisters, the Beach Boys, Jimmy Buffet, and Bette Midler among other artists.

Here are some of the lyrics so you can sing along to this

Mele kalikimaka is the thing to say
on a bright Hawaiian Christmas day
That’s the island greeting that we send to you
From the land where palm trees sway
Here we know that Christmas will be green and bright
The sun will shine by day and all the stars at night

Mele kalikimaka is Hawaii’s way to say Merry Christmas to you

10 Hau`oli Makahiki Hou – there is no better start to a new year and a new beginning than relaxing on a beach in Hawaii and sipping iced umbrella drinks. Spread the spirit of aloha and wish everyone you meet with Hau`oli Makahiki Hou or Happy New Year.

The native Hawaiians believe that words are sacred and have spiritual power. Intent is crucial when you are speaking in the ancient language. Hawaiian is considered by some to be one of the most beautiful languages in the world. Therefore, speak with intent when you are using Hawaiian sayings and know what they really mean for it will go a long way in paying respect to the Hawaiian way of life.

I will expand on this later with other common Hawaiian words and saying. I believe it is important that we expand our experiences and we have the opportunity witha great culture, the Hawaiian culture...


Thank you

Gifted by, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy, Angel Services Locally and Around the World. Please help support Elders and Warriors to bring the LAW of LOVE to your neighborhood, uniting all the fields together once more! Let us learn to open the doors.

All our Relatives, Please, Please join Us
in the Holy Ghost Walk, Gathering in Homes!

 New moon January 1, 2014 aligning with the sun

Ghost Walk  (Sing, Dance, Gather) with us (where you are) each New Moon.
 From the darkness we arise a heavenly child. 
(solar and lunar calender align, January 1, 2014, a cycle of renewal)

Image of many fields streaming by Rainbow Mother Yaniv, streaming stones among the mountain tones and buried bones, the Suns are born (children of the rainbow clan, all our relatives, the spacial fields).

Relatives of the Rainbow Clan, you and you and you and you and me too. There are only a few more New Moons (re/birthing) to go, until we start to flow where it's the spiritual growth, the Great Push (January 1, 2014). We need you to share and shine, to bring in wine, tears divine. We send greetings and blessings as we join together in this dance, the Holy Ghost, the Spiritual toast, we greet you to the sky and back to the why, where we say, forgiveness is treasures, let joy overcome. Tonight it's a way to let love under ONE. We cherish this world, because we are SUNS, each child, each enemy, each parent with a child. All the the little creatures, the rocks and the sticks. All the little varmints (rats, social interrogatory) which pick up the holy wicks (spat, now let's go to work), sparking the willing to have faith in a song, where are all together, moving along. We send blessings in this song. Let your hair down, sing and dance abound. For it's the spiritual soul within that leads and says, Holy to my Spirit, for I am going to bloom. I will share with this world. I will shine until NOON (inner brightest like a Star). We will become treasures when we pray along, together in a song, all together God's ONE. All the little spiders, who weave us to cradle the song. Telling us a story, that look out, watch the bones. There planted deeply a treasure under the stone, if we look closer, we might want to shown, love gifts and hooves (kicks and shoves, like parents on a rug).  
Bowing with all our Relatives, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy

Event: Ghost Walk, the New Moon Dance
(Monthly three day gathering with the family and friends, relatives in the winds)
Official Title: Katchee Tope wha: “the Clouds that Dance Ceremony”

Dance when heat and cold (mist/smoke of the ghost) find each other bold, binding to bring in the new, the ghost dance comes to infuse, the soul has risen, awaken and driven, the heavenly soul does reign. Renegades put on your shelter (warriors uniform, buffalo armor, rainbow colors purified), because it's turning to helter skelter (confusion and frenzy, bubbling up the soul does reign).  White Buffalo Calf Woman sings
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Image by Aunt Daneen Seasons That Sing, Silver Child
Paradise gleams, the field in the trees, dew in the breeze!

Sacred Song Blessings, gift all a good song, because you are perfect in all that does song. Our hearts reach into heaven, and we flood, with a sound, the music of Angels, that gift us pure sound. I want you to know, that you are part of God, the echo, that lingers till light hits the "Dawn". And we are the magic, that children who know, the heart always has pureness, like the blessed snow!

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