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SkyFire Spirit Warrior

SkyFire Spirit Warrior

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Published by Curtis Reed
SkyFire is the story of a young Cherokee boy's journey from childhood to become a legend. It deals with life both physical and spiritual as he walks with the Native American gods.
SkyFire is the story of a young Cherokee boy's journey from childhood to become a legend. It deals with life both physical and spiritual as he walks with the Native American gods.

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Published by: Curtis Reed on Jan 05, 2010
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SKYFIRE :THE SPIRIT WARRIOR
ByCurtis ReedCopyright 2009
CONTENTSChapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Chapter 8Little BearThe Mist of KnowledgeThe Journey BeginsThe Spirit CouncilA New NameThe Land of IceThe BattleThe Home ComingPage 1Page 4Page 17Page 29Page 41Page 46Page 63Page 71
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CHAPTER 1LITTLE BEARIn the time before the past, in the days before the white mans feetfollowed the path of the buffalo, when the tribes were large and filled with aforest of braves, the mists of knowing called to U-s-ti Yo-na (Little Bear).It was early spring, when the north wind still blows cold, Little Bear, ayoung one of the Cherokee tribe, who’s time of manhood was many moonsaway, tossed restlessly within the black bear skin of his fathers lodge. Sleeptore away from his mind, letting the sounds of scuffling horse hoofs andchirping morning birds creep slowly into his understanding. Someone orsomething called to him. No sound of calling could be heard, but a tug on hismind pulled on Little Bear like a pony pulling against its reins. A calling, apulling Little Bear could not resist and had no thought of doing so. Slowly,from under the bear skin sleeping blanket toward the opening of the lodge,the small Cherokee boy inched his way into the light of the early morningworld in the land of his ancestors. Holding on to the lodge pole that held theentrance open, Little Bear paused as his legs gained the strength the longdark night had stolen from them. As he stepped out, the morning glowwarmed Little Bear’s face making his eyes close and his mouth smile as thesun kissed his face. With squinting eyes he looked down toward the lake
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