ONACoA Provides You A Means To Receive Your Constitutional Rights In

Attending Earth Based Indigenous American Native Spiritually Empowering and Healing Ceremonies – especially Native American Church indigenous ceremonies that involve sacraments (peyote, cannabis, ayahuasca, etc) that are  otherwise illegal for Non-Members to partake and or be in possession of.


Attending and/or utilizing Earth Based Indigenous American Native Spiritually Empowering and Healing Ceremonies such as; Blessing Way, Sacred Breath, Holy Anointing by the Laying on of Hands, Marriage Blanket etc., that may or may not use Oklevueha Native American Church Sacraments in their Ceremonies.


Educating court appointed attorneys on how the Law “Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000“ will assist him or her to successfully represent you against any and all misguided Federal and/or State judicial prosecutions.


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Federally recognized Native American Churches that are legally authorized to practice Earth Based Indigenous American Native Spiritually Empowering and Healing Ceremonies on or off Indian Reservations and in the United States Navy.


ONACoA Medicine People (Curandera, Clergy, Doctor, Elder, Mara’akame, Reverend, Roadman, Sacred Prayer Pipe Carrier, Water Pourer and etc.) that will assist you in enhancing your spiritual callings.


Other ONACoA medicine people that may give you insights in ways to serve your community by implementing any one of ONACoA Habilitative Programs.




Click below for information on how to receive an ONACoA Membership Card.


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All of the areas of our site were created with the intention to offer you as many of the pertinent articles, videos, links and information that served for us as breadcrumbs marking out the path we have traveled to arrive where we are today. This road map of sorts we offer you here is designed to bring you along the path we ourselves have traveled so that should you desire to take our AncientWay Living™ Courses, Join the Ubuntu Village here, Become a Member of our Oklevueha Native American Church or just share in general discussion with us, should we meet someday, then there may exist a good basis from which to mutually benefit one another in productive and informative conversation.


All of our AncientWay Living™ Courses are structured with the concepts presented within our site and these concepts are built into the foundation of our courses. Think of the information presented here as a form of "Required Reading" if you want to get the most out of your interactions with us. We then expand upon these concepts and practices with additional wisdom based in Nature and Ancient Practices to enhance the existing models.

This is also the basis from which many of the practices carried out within the Ubuntu Village 'Prairie Creek Settlement' can be best understood.

NOTE: It is critically important to understand that we do not necessarily endorse ALL of the information presented as conclusive or complete. Rather as stated before we have discovered wisdom and a place from which to formulate new "old" ideas and grow from in most cases.


We hope you enjoy reviewing our journey and we look forward to connecting with all who have "walked a (virtual) mile in our shoes" to discover where we resonate with one another.

~Walk Sacred~



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