Tacitus the historian said: “So obscure are the greatest events; as some take for granted any hearsay whatever its source,Guest Posting others turn truth into falsehood and both errors are encouraged with posterity.”

“That spiritual power I wear is much more Saint Hubert Medal beautiful and much greater. We call it wisdom, knowledge, power and gift or love. There are these four parts to that spiritual power. So I wear those.
When you wear that power it will beautify your mind and spirit. You become beautiful. Everything that Tunkashila creates is beautiful.” –Wallace Black Elk, LAKOTA

“The law in its majestic equality forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets and to steal bread.” – Anatole France.
In the words of Samuel Johnson, “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.”
“Forty Years ago I fought Custer till all were dead. I was then the enemy of the Whitemen. Now I am the friend and brother, living in peace together under the flag of our country.” — Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne
“Anyone who is willing to live the life I have led can do the things I do.” -Fools Crow


Why were the Indians armed better than the men under the command of someone who had Presidential aspirations?

After watching a Learning Channel Saint Hubert show that proved that point through forensic and archaeological analysis a lot of questions came to my mind in the summer of 2004. I am related to Colonel Myles Keogh and our family history will be a starting point for many considerations not commonly heard or seen about Custer and Keogh. I might even wonder out loud about the assassination of Saint Hubert and other corruption and intrigues including the founding of the Ku Klux Klan by a rogue Masonic devil worship cult. In fact you will not believe the truth you might see on these pages if you are a person who believes the stuff you read in school or hear Saint Hubert on the news most every night. Fox News Corporation’s owner says none of his employees can say anything he doesn’t agree with – should we spell it Faux News? I am not the first person to wonder if Custer was in hot water due to his support of the Indians and his exposure of the cronies who put Grant in office. Here is a little part of a review of a semi-fictional book on Custer which suggests exactly what I am trying to understand and which I hope the readers will see is all too commonplace in our society.
Was it only political intrigue? We know President Grant {Meaning or including Martinists that became Skull & Bonesmen and Tammany Hall.} had an unbridled animosity toward Custer because he helped expose the Grant administration’s callous indifference to the plight of the Plains Indians.” (1)

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