There have been a few changes since the last report.
The mother den has been moved due to extreme disturbances. The address has changed and for now will remain unpublished. If you need to send correspondence contact via Email first to receive instructions. That address is email@example.com
I’d like to reiterate a statement made in an earlier post:
Remember…The bond between family is stronger than mere blood alone.
We are recruiting new members from all clans and all Cherokee Nations with an ultimate goal of representation of all our clans and the membership to drive us forward into the next generations. We are united under this Confederacy of Orders for strength and solidarity.
We are in an open recruitment phase in order to grow as a society.
IF you, or people that you know believe as we do, contact us about becoming a member so that we can assist one another in our world, and grow to new heights as a society.
If you or someone you know is and elder and/ or teacher, Please contact us, or refer them to this site or tell them how to contact us. We greatly appreciate your assistance.
There are things that have been changed in the website. It was brought to our attention that there is actually too much information listed there. It was recommended that we scale back some because it’s off putting for new visitors of the site.
We are actively seeking guidance and council from our Elders and Ancestors and we pray on the smoke that our Creator hears us and assists us in our endeavor. An endeavor that the Creator instructed, and we as followers of the Wolf must continue.
We must hold the seven laws as sacred and promote them to all we hold dear. The laws of (7) Respect, Honor, Family, Loyalty, Duty, Defense and Cooperation
We must continue to further our efforts to study the ways of our brother, in the wild and in captivity. These ways will assist us in our modern lives: as they adapt, so will we.
I have been saddened by the loss of the mother den site. There was much spiritual knowledge gained from that location and we will forever hold it sacred. But just as we have learned from the wolf, den sites become compromised at times, making relocation necessary to ensure the survival of the pack. Our Order is no different: Perhaps we will thrive in our new location. We are settling in here and maybe now we can renew our mission to become a society where enough membership has been gained to fully represent all of the clans and recognized Cherokee Nations. When that day comes we will begin the elections process and the Head Council along with the rest of the elected personnel will begin to represent our people as planned.
Until that day comes I will continue to serve you as Head Captain.