Eternal inflation is an alternative theory of creation that is a modification of the Big Bang Theory. The earliest universe was expanding matter, and particles that were next to each other would routinely be sent whizzing away to the farthest reaches of their cosmological horizons. It is no longer like that, however, as the inflation stopped. The theory of eternal inflation is that the expansion did not stop all at once. Rather, little bubbles of space randomly stopped inflating, or fell onto trajectories that led to the end of their inflation. And, since the expansion is rapid, the inflating space creates more space than the bubbles that stop inflating lose -- so inflation never ends. The result is an ever-expanding multiverse, which means not only is Earth not the center of the universe but our universe isn’t the center of the universe.
In these cultures (Native American, Puritan, African) and including mine, we all have a religion and in these religions we believe in a God. We all have similar beliefs in are religions. Such as another place we go when we die like Heaven. These beliefs aren’t the exact same because the Puritans believe in one God and one God only. But then there is the Native Americans that believe in their God and sprits. But believing in a heaven isn't the only thing are cultures have in common. We also believe that if you do something bad there is a consequence and if you do good things you will be rewarded eventually. A lot of people think that are cultures are completely different but in reality we are very much a like. I am part Native American in
The creation story of the Ojibwa beginning with nothing but absorbing dark void because in the beginning there was nothing besides that. Nothing. Not until Manitou. Before him there was a possibility that everything that we know and also everything that we didn’t know could exist. Our human mind is not able to be capable of thinking such possibility. No person can imagine such unfathomable powers to envision such foresee of creation. It is unpassable for a human to image such a phenomenon thing and bring it all into existence, that’s why people believe in a high power then them. Some call it as God, Allah, Buddha etc. God’s are all (seemingly) super natural, imaginary some would say! and are a creation of humanity to bring a sense of hope.
Don’t be confused when an Indian tribe is called the Chippewa or the Ojibway because they are the same tribe. French settlers could not pronounce Ojibway correctly so they called the tribe the Chippewa. Have you ever wanted to know about the Ojibway Indians? If you read on, you will learn many interesting facts about this tribe.
The Native American Indian in a group would be very interesting to know their feelings, emotions, and opinion on present time versus times of long ago when confronting predominantly European American group. The Native American has already practiced in groups, and being in small societies among them. There has always been a person who has govern them, and in counseling the leader of the group would be the regulator. The Indians as well as other distinct population has undergone trials and tribulation from the authority of the European group of people. With a group of Native Indians research and knowledge of their beliefs would be very important. Taken in consideration the Native Indian has inflicted cruelty and unjust when in history the
Native Americans and Asian Americans have historically been cruelly misrepresented in mainstream American media. We see the effects of this in the dancing “Apache” during halftime of a college football game or the ‘model minority’ labelled as foreigners for taking our jobs. While similar in overall degradation of cultural values and public image, I would argue Native Americans have suffered by lack of support for their values and culture within America’s schools and popular culture while Asian Americans have altogether been ignored because of their “foreign” nature.
The five-centuries-long migrating tribe originally settled up and down the East Coast. The history of the Ojibwa may be subdivided into two major periods that are: pre-contact and post–contact history. Oral history gives evidence that the Ojibwa lived in the eastern areas of North America or Turtle Island. The Ojibwa call it so as it is resembles a turtle and in the Ojibwa tradition the turtle offered its back and gave people the new earth for settlement. They were widely known for their canoe routes and traded extensively across the continent. First they lived on the shores of the “Great Salt Water”, and later started their long-term migration around 950 C.E. They stopped at Sault Ste. Marie and lived in separate groups: the Potawatomi and
Saskatchewan is situated in the center prairie district of Canada. Alberta is to the west, whereas Manitoba is to the east. U.S. toward the south and Northwest Territories toward the north of the province. Regina is the capital city which is frequently called "The Queen City". Regina is the home of the RCMP Training Academy.
The Ojibwa are an Aboriginal individuals in Canada and the United States who are a piece of a bigger social gathering known as the Anishinaabeg. They are firmly identified with the Odawa and Algonquin people groups, and offer numerous customs with neighboring Cree individuals, particularly in the north and west of Ontario, and east of Manitoba. In their conventional countries in the Eastern Woodlands, Ojibwa individuals got to be indispensable parts of the early hide exchange economy. Ojibwa society, dialect and activism have continued regardless of assimilative endeavors by elected and commonplace governments, and much of the time are illustrative of the persisting First Nations vicinity in Canada (Bishop, 2008). The historical background
During Summer, the Ojibwe lived in Summer village sites. They had ceremonial feasts and dances. In their free time, the Ojibwe played lacrosse. They raised and harvested crops such as potatoes, pumpkins, and squash. The most important crop was corn. Men did not hunt often in the summer, because they knew they sould let the animals live until they really
The religions of the Ojibwa are very comparable to the Kanina, as far as their belief in the supernatural. To them, even objects have a purpose. Spirits might visit them in human form or as objects like rocks or trees. Many were converted into Christians by missionaries and mixed their native and Christian beliefs. Just as the Kanina, this culture also had Shamans with specialty powers. They even had a tent, called a shaking tent, which they would use in order to talk to spirits, request help with problems, or hold ceremonies called Midewiwin. This ceremony hosts many purposes such as myths about origin and migration, healing, initiating new Ojibwa members, naming children, and many more.
The Ojibway creation story portrays the ecological purpose of “apprehending your dwelling place.” The Original Man was able to apprehend his dwelling place by living in harmony with the rest of creation on Earth. Later on, the tribes that originated from the Original Man began to fight one another over land and disrespected the living things of Earth. Since the people were no longer apprehending their dwelling place, Kitchi-Manitou sent a flood to purify the Earth. New land was created when Nanaboozhoo worked with the animals to retrieve earth from deep beneath the flood waters. The cooperation of humans and animals is a critical part of apprehension and allowed for a new dwelling place to be created.
As the educator assigned to the student, I would personally apologize to the patient and inform the patient that she is a student and not aware of the American Indian culture. That touching someone without the patient consent is an unacceptable, especially in American Indian Culture (“Communicating With Your American Indian,” 2004). So it is imperative for clinicians as well as students to have an education in various cultures in order to bring awareness.
The Chippewa Tribe is a very historic and well known culture that works hard and respects everyone while holding everyone as well to a very high regard. They see themselves as “ another element of nature; no greater and no less than everything else on earth ( Flett 1). Their beliefs are centered around the belief in “Gitchie Manitou, the “Supreme Being,” “Master,”