Monday, January 2, 2017

Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, Ph.D. | More Encounters with Star People: Urban American Indians Tell Their Stories

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Prof. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke returns with more UFO stories of American Indians who live off the reservation. One intriguing difference between the two groups: there were more cases of physical evidence presented to back up the testimony of urban American Indians. As with her first book. We discuss not only their encounters, but the recounting itself becomes part of the story. A professor emeritus at Montana State University, the author reveals herself as part UFO investigator, part journalist, part therapist, and part friend. 
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Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University, has dedicated her life and career to working with indigenous populations. She has been adopted by enrolled tribal members and given traditional names by three Northern Plains spiritual leaders including the Blackfeet (Woman with Great Knowledge), the Northern Cheyenne (Walks all Woman) and the Lakota Sioux (Woman who Helps People). She holds degrees in English, History, Psychology and Educational Leadership. She is also a licensed therapist and has been a high school English teacher, a counselor, a school administrator, a university professor and administrator. The The author of several children's books and the best-selling, Sisters in the Blood, and Encounters with Star People: Untold Stories of American Indians December 2012), she lives in Montana with her husband, Kip; her beloved Lhasa Apso, Prairie Rose and her Maine Coon cat, Rez Perez. Her second book in the field of Ufology, Sky People: Untold Stories of Alien Encounters in Mesoamerica, was released in December 2014. While retired from academia, she continues to travel and interview individuals throughout the indigenous world about their encounters with UFOs and Aliens.

1 comment:

  1. I have always loved to read, but even more so after I came across "Desiderata". This one piece of writing makes one realize that we mostly look at our lives/experiences with the wrong lens; that there is more to it than the superficiality of how we carry on with our everyday lives. It made me decide to read at least a few hours of every day, anything I could get my hands on. I read both sides of any story, I often say, to hone my bullsh_t radar. I am not the same person I was twenty years ago because of what I have read and found. I came across the works of Ardy. I read a few of the harsh and unkind reviews of her work. I had to add my own because unlike some of the reviewers, I found her work to resonate truth. I never sensed deceptiveness right from the beginning. I do not follow the "human-approved" format of a book review. I simply write what I feel/think. I noted some typos, but saw no point in castigating her for them. She has provided a means for some truths to come out. I hope she continues what she does. Writers have various agendas (some would probably tell me now to treat agenda as a plural form of agendum), but Ardy, I suspect, is aiming to share with us truths that certain groups would prefer not be discussed to ensure the continuity of the "matrix" they have entrapped as in. I love and support you, Ardy.


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