My Lakota Explanation on Meth


Guest Commentary 

Published December 5, 2015

I think the spirits are telling me this information in the Lakota teachings of what is happening to us: Never in our people’s history have we ever been subjected to so much evil in our lifetime.

The evil drug as you know of as Meth when inside a person or when someone is on it at this time the spirit leaves the person’s body because it is so evil then the person you see on it is just the body without the spirit. And they look like ghosts in our world and their bodies are actually in the evil world.

That is why when you look at the person on this drug they look pale, dark around the eyes, lose weight, they no longer look like the person you once knew.

Phillmon D. Two Eagle

Phillimon D. Two Eagle

When on this drug since their spirit has left they are just a body that doesn’t care about anything, no respect to no one, invincible feelings all it wants is more of the drug. The person on this drug does not eat and stays awake for four days they are in sleep deprivation, starving and after prolong use are hallucinating and fear that evil spirits are after them which there are evil spirits are trying to claim his spirit.

So my relatives, we are in a state of emergency I urge you to urge your council representatives to do something immediately.

We must load our chanunpa and continue praying together if nothing is done then it could get worst.

Kohan chekiyapo Otehikelo

Philimon D. Two Eagle is a member of the Sicangu Lakota on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota.  Mr. Two Eagle is a veteran of the US Army and has served in various capacities for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe In law enforcement, and lifelong work in tribal economic development and Lakota language, history and culture.  Mr.Two Eagle has been on Lakota vision quest, is a Lakota speaker, sun dancer, and pipe carrier. 

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