Diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome (A form of Autism)
Chronically suffers from an Anxiety Disorder.
Alright it's about time I just came out and posted a much more accurate and realistic updated information about myself. I'm really just a somewhat similar, average looking, southern Caucasian male but do possess noticeable traits that descends from my Tsalagi/Cherokee ancestry and as you read down I've also got a mix of Irish, Scottish and Italian. Politically wise I'm a typical Independent, I do tend to swing towards different ideologies that share the same values that I follow, really in truth as you look down at the stamps I tend to view things in a socialist manner. I'm deeply a follower of equality among all human beings and fully support and embrace different cultures. For disabilities I was at a young age diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and throughout my life I've battled and struggled with a chronically wise persistent and ongoing anxiety disorder and a mixture of paranoia as well. Although despite the struggles thanks to my mother and her help I eventually as of last December finally went to a hospital and was able to force my suspicions and controversial views aside long enough to get medial aide. I now take medication that works well enough along with getting out at my job and college I've gotten better at socializing (I've always been a very anti-social sort of person believe it or not) and interacting with other fellow individuals.
Besides mental illnesses I've got a very much developed personality that consists of three main traits, being Seriousness for one, two being of course suspicion, the third and most dominating feature is Pessimism. If you met me and interacted with me in real life you'll easily realize that I'm a completely negative person almost 99% of the time, although this is something like all I struggle with I guess you can say I'm getting better each day. I'm a huge fan of certain comedians and actors. Love Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder, Ron White, Gabriel Iglesias and etc (also huge into Don Knotts). My music interests very mainly around again mainly old classics, most being Traditional Native American based music groups, love Jazz and Disco, I love many of the soundtrack records by Dean Martin. I also tend to love techno groups and soothing trance.
One of the many things that have shaped my interests and increased the growth of my imagination and attempts of creativity is by the enjoyable and intriguing stories and novelty of Alternate History. A category which I tend to strongly focus on quite often.
(I may update this so more in a little bit, getting late)
As far as my ancestral bloodlines go, I've so far got the different followings here:
- Cherokee/Tsalagi/Aniyunwiya, but there has been rumors that I MAY have Creek in me as well but don't know yet for sure.
- Irish bloodlines.
- Scottish bloodlines.
- I've also for sure have a possibly decent amount of Italian in me also.
I am Native American and Proud of it (Cherokee or More Preferred to as Tsalagi/Aniyunwiya to be precise) I Honor, Up hold and Show deep Respect for my Ancestors Along with all other Native Indigenous tribes and their people. I Openly feel disgusted about how this land was desecrated when Europeans arrived and Brought War, Violence, Alcohol, Disease and many other Crimes upon the people that Lived Here. The People or what have been referred to as "Savages" Knew how to Respect and Preserve Mother Earth and ALL of Her Creations, They took only what was needed for survival, They never wasted, and many other great deeds that had brought for Mother Earth (She Has and ALWAYS Will be) Grateful and never forget the kindness and love that embraced into her.
One of my favorite actors and famously well known for his guidance through the American Indian Movement, fighting for the equal rights and freedoms of the Indigenous Peoples Russel Means.
Quote from Russel Means: "Being is a spiritual proposition. Gaining is a material act. Traditionally, American Indians have always attempted to be the best people they could. Part of that spiritual process was and is to give away wealth, to discard wealth in order not to gain."
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I do believe that one day that ALL of the Native Tribes will unite and become a Nation of Peace and Understanding and Spread Love and Kindness to others.
(Even though the Europeans Came and Brought Disaster Upon Indigenous People I still show my respects and good fortunes to them.)
"ᎻᏍᏔkᎡᏍ Ꮻll ᎠlᏩyᏍ ᎭppᎡn Ꭲn ᎣᎤr ᎵfᎡᏘᎺᏍ, Ꭰnd TᎣ ᎡᎥᎡRY ᏏNGᎴ ᎱᎹN BᎡᎢNG ᎣᎤT TᎮRᎡ, Ꮠ PrᎡtty Ꮍch, WᎭt Ꭲ'm TrᏱng tᎣ Ꮜy ᎢᏍ tᎭt ᎠccᎢᏕntᏍ Ꮻll ᎭppᎡn ᎮrᎡ Ꭰnd TᎮrᎡ, ᏲᎤ KᏃw Why? BᎡcᎠᎤᏎ TᎭt ᎢᏍ wᎭt ᎹkᎡᏍ ᎤᏍ ᎱᎹn"
"Mistakes Will Always Happen In Our Lifetimes, And To EVERY SINGLE HUMAN BEING OUT THERE, So Pretty Much, What I'm Trying to say is that Accidents Will Happen Here and There, You Know Why? Because That is what makes Us Human"
I have a Deep Interest in Both Politics and Ideologies (These Two Things Were very Big and Popular in My Childhood and All the Way up to my Adulthood, To this Very Day I Read, Listen, and Watch All of the Latest News to see what is happening All Across the World every time I stop to take a breathier).
(I Support ALL Indigenous Ethnic Tribes and Nations Of this Continent and Other Lands, Because No Matter What, We Are ALL Blood Bonded Brothers and Sisters from in Our Hearts, Spirits, And From The Blood Running Through Our Veins)
(Ꭲ ᏑppᎣrt ᎠLL ᎢnᏗᎨᏃᎤᏍ ᎡthᏂc TrᎢbᎡᏍ Ꭰnd ᎾᏘᎣnᏍ Ꭳf tᎯᏍ CᎣnᏘᏁnt Ꭰnd ᎣtᎮr ᎳndᏍ, BᎡcᎠᎤᏎ Ꮓ ᎹtᏖr WᎭt, Ꮺ ᎠrᎡ ᎠLL BᎶᎣd BᎣnᏕd BrᎣtᎮrᏍ Ꭰnd ᏏᏍᏖrᏍ frᎣm Ꭲn ᎣᎤr ᎮᎠrtᏍ, ᏍpᎢrᎢtᏍ, Ꭰnd FrᎣm TᎮ BᎶᎣd RᎤnᏂng ThrᎣᎤgh ᎣᎤr ᎥᎡᎢnᏍ)
Quotes of The Many Great Native American Chiefs:
"Being Indian is an attitude, a state of mind, a way of being in harmony with all things and all beings. It is allowing the heart to be the distributor of energy on this planet; to allow feelings and sensitivities to determine where energy goes; bringing aliveness up from the Earth and from the Sky, putting it in and giving it out from the heart." - Brooke Medicine Eagle
"The American Indian is of the soil, whether it be the region of forests, plains, pueblos, or mesas. He fits into the landscape, for the hand that fashioned the continent also fashioned the man for his surroundings. He once grew as naturally as the wild sunflowers, he belongs just as the buffalo belonged...." - Luther Standing Bear, Oglala Sioux Chief
"The idea of full dress for preparation for a battle comes not from a belief that it will add to the fighting ability. The preparation is for death, in case that should be the result of conflict. Every Indian wants to look his best when he goes to meet the great Spirit, so the dressing up is done whether in imminent danger is an oncoming battle or a sickness or injury at times of peace.” -Wooden Leg (late 19th century) Cheyenne
"We, the great mass of the people think only of the love we have for our land, we do love the land where we were brought up. We will never let our hold to this land go, to let it go it will be like throwing away (our) mother that gave (us) birth.". - Letter from Aitooweyah to John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee.
"When a white army battles Indians and wins, it is called a great victory, but if they lose it is called a massacre." - Chiksika, Shawnee
"If you talk to the animals they will talk with you and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them you will not know them and what you do not know, you will fear. What one fears, one destroys." - Chief Dan George, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, British Columbia, Canada
"We are now about to take our leave and kind farewell to our native land, the country the Great Spirit gave our Fathers, we are on the eve of leaving that country that gave us birth, it is with sorrow we are forced by the white man to quit the scenes of our childhood...we bid farewell to it and all we hold dear." - Charles Hicks, Tsalagi (Cherokee) Vice Chief speaking of the Trail of Tears, November 4, 1838
"When it comes time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home." - Chief Aupumut in 1725, Mohican.
"The land is sacred. These words are at the core of your being. The land is our mother, the rivers our blood. Take our land away and we die. That is, the Indian in us dies." - Mary Brave Bird, Lakota
"I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for a man to depend simply upon himself." - Lone Man (Isna-la-wica), Teton Sioux
"Once I was in Victoria, and I saw a very large house. They told me it was a bank and that the white men place their money there to be taken care of, and that by and by they got it back with interest. We are Indians and we have no such bank; but when we have plenty of money or blankets, we give them away to other chiefs and people, and by and by they return them with interest, and our hearts feel good. Our way of giving is our bank." - Chief Maquinna, Nootka
"Our land is everything to us... I will tell you one of the things we remember on our land. We remember that our grandfathers paid for it - with their lives." - John Wooden Leg, Cheyenne
"Everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence." - Mourning Dove [Christine Quintasket] (1888-1936) Salish
"Upon suffering beyond suffering: the Red Nation shall rise again and it shall be a blessing for a sick world. A world filled with broken promises, selfishness and separations. A world longing for light again. I see a time of Seven Generations when all the colors of mankind will gather under the Sacred Tree of Life and the whole Earth will become one circle again. In that day, there will be those among the Lakota who will carry knowledge and understanding of unity among all living things and the young white ones will come to those of my people and ask for this wisdom. I salute the light within your eyes where the whole Universe dwells. For when you are at that center within you and I am that place within me, we shall be one." - Crazy Horse, Oglala Sioux Chief (This statement was taken from Crazy Horse as he sat smoking the Sacred Pipe with Sitting Bull for the last time, four days before he was assassinated.)
"We are going by you without fighting if you will let us, but we are going by you anyhow!" - Chief Joseph's warning to the defenders of Fort Fizzle in Montana.
"I am a red man. If the Great Spirit had desired me to be a white man he would have made me so in the first place. He put in your heart certain wishes and plans, in my heart he put other and different desires. Each man is good in his sight. It is not necessary for Eagles to be Crows. We are poor... but we are free. No white man controls our footsteps. If we must die...we die defending our rights." - Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa Sioux
"I have heard you intend to settle us on a reservation near the mountains. I don't want to settle. I love to roam over the prairies. There I feel free and happy, but when we settle down we grow pale and die.” - Satanta, Kiowa Chief
"If the white man wants to live in peace with the Indian, he can live in peace.....Treat all men alike. Give them all the same law. Give them all an even chance to live and grow. All men were made by the same Great Spirit Chief. They are all brothers. The Earth is the mother of all people, and all people should have equal rights upon it.......Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade....where I choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to think and talk and act for myself, and I will obey every law, or submit to the penalty.” - Chief Joseph, Nez Perce
"The Great Spirit is in all things. He is in the air we breathe. The Great Spirit is our Father, but the Earth is our Mother. She nourishes us.....That which we put into the ground she returns to us." - Big Thunder (Bedagi) Wabanaki Algonquin
"These were the words given to my great-grandfather by the Master of Life: "At some time there shall come among you a stranger, speaking a language you do not understand. He will try to buy the land from you, but do not sell it; keep it for an inheritance to your children.” -- Aseenewub, Red Lake Ojibwa
"My son, you are now flesh of our flesh and bone of our bone. By the ceremony performed this day, every drop of white blood was washed from your veins; you were taken into the Shawnee Nation...” - Black Fish, Shawnee, recalling 1778 adoption of Daniel Boone into the tribe
"When I am too old and feeble to follow my sheep or cultivate my corn, I plan to sit in the house, carve Katichina dolls, and tell my nephews and nieces the story of my life... Then I want to be buried in the Hopi way. Perhaps my boy will dress me in the costume of a Special Officer, place a few beads around my neck, put a paho and some sacred corn meal in my hand, and fasten inlaid turquoise to my ears. If he wishes to put me in a coffin, he may do even that, but he must leave the lid unlocked, place food near by, and set up a grave ladder so that I can climb out. I shall hasten to my dear ones, but I will return with good rains and dance as a Katcina in the plaza with my ancestors...” - Don Talayesva (late 19th century) Hopi Sun Clan chief
"What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset." - Crowfoot, Blackfoot warrior and orator
"Of all the animals the horse is the best friend of the Indian, for without it he could not go on long journeys. A horse is the Indian's most valuable piece of property. If an Indian wishes to gain something, he promises that if the horse will help him he will paint it with native dye, that all may see that help has come to him through the aid of his horse." -Brave Buffalo (late 19th century) Teton Sioux medicine man
"It's our stuff. We made it and we know best how to use it and care for it. And now we're going to get it back." - John Pretty on Top, Crow
"The life of an Indian is like the wings of the air. That is why you notice the hawk knows how to get his prey. The Indian is like that. The hawk swoops down on its prey; so does the Indian. In his lament he is like an animal. For instance, the coyote is sly; so is the Indian. The eagle is the same. That is why the Indian is always feathered up; he is a relative to the wings of the air." - Black Elk, Oglala Sioux Holy Man
"One does not sell the land people walk on." - Crazy Horse, September 23, 1875
"The Earth is the Mother of all people, and all people should have equal rights upon it. You might as well expect the river to run backward as that any man who was born a free man should be contented when penned up and denied liberty to go where he pleases.” - Chief Joseph, Nez Perce
"Where today are the Pequot? Where are the Narragansett, the Mohican, the Pokanoket, and many other once powerful tribes of our people? They have vanished before the avarice and the oppression of the White Man, as snow before a summer sun.” - Chief Tecumseh, Shawnee
"How smooth must be the language of the whites, when they can make right look like wrong, and wrong like right." - From Black Hawk, Sauk