There has been interest in founding a motorcycle organization here in Oklahoma. It would be founded as a mission driven Cherokee Wolf Society Motorcycle organization: Not specifically a Motorcycle Club. There will be NO MC (motorcycle club) designation.
Though we are a religiously founded organization the purpose of the group is not ministry, so a MM (motorcycle ministry) designation is not appropriate.
We are all members of the same cultural organization and not just a bunch of "Joe Blows" getting together and riding on Sundays. Therefore I don't see us fitting in as a RC (riding club) either. We are mission driven.
Some of our members are considered without and Order and the nomadic nature of wolves may create a "Nomad" situation where patch designation would be appreciated by the Orders to see who is in who's area. This must be cleared by the COC and the dominate 1% clubs in the area.
Interested parties should contact the Wolf Society directly from the contact page for further details.
Once a sufficient number of people show interest then we can get with the dominate clubs and the Confederation of Clubs to proceed from there.
You may be asking why there is an interest in establishing a motorcycle group... It is specifically because of the Biker background of some members and the animist belief that some man made objects (in this case, motorcycles) when created by ones own hand, or had sufficient spiritual essence transferred upon them, become a sacred object. Yes... motorcycles are sacred in many cases.
In further, many native people see the horse as sacred, however due to genocide many natives are too poor to care for horses and/or live in cities where possession is prohibited. We see motorcycles as modern day steel horses. and are as spiritually connected to them as we are to the horse: Dual purpose; Used for transportation and meditation.
In further, because of the practice of being in the wind and listening to the spirits wisdom, as well as the silent reflection and meditation while in route from point A to point B, we see the motorcycle as a dual purpose, sacred spiritual tool: not just as transportation.
In further, The ceremonial group participation helps facilitate fellowship and worship.
In further, the presence of a motorcycle group demands attention, and will bring people to notice our mission and bring in further members to our society as newly founded Orders with our group participation at ceremonial events and gatherings where natives are present.
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