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God Is Red: A Native View of Religion, 30th Anniversary Edition

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  • Posted November 28, 2011

    The best book on religion ever written!!!!

    Deloria's insight to the foibles of Christianity and organized religions and the desecration of the Native American's life and beliefs will forever change your mind about "organized" religion. When your done getting awakened by this book read "Custer Died For Your Sins" by Vine Deloria Jr.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2008

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    This is a great book for anyone wanting to know more about Native American Spirituality. This is great for someone who wants to see treatment of Native Americans their eyes from our government, who claim they have done everything in the name of peace and equality.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2014

    One other races to be mentioned

    The antex rangers usualy carry silver swords they live in group d hve dragons for pets there is only one red sword and ranger has it. And heis claimed. They carry daggers bow and arrows and more combat weapons. They are the strongest and best fighters and they do not make friend s well and they move around a lot and raid. Make friends with them you wil survive if not well your on your own. Few of them are mortle their leader is ranger he is claimed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2014

    Info on Races and Map

    Hey Again! Here's some info on each race: <p> TrexGuards: They are beings who wear full body armour that is usually a dark gray or a navy blue. They carry a sword made of the same material as their armour and are experts at hand to hand combat fighting. They are a race greedy for power and destructions of clans. They usually marry and have one child. Their leader is Trex, even though all their deceased leaders names were Trex as well. * TrexGuard leader spot is open* <p> Rangers: They wear normal wool clothing with a hood to disguise their identities. They carry a sword branded by elves or men, a quiver of arrows, and a dagger. They are good hand to hand combat and long ranged battles. They tend to move aroud more than any race but they are good at hiding their tracks. Their leader is Aragon, son of Arathorn. * Ranger's leader, Aragon, is taken.* <p> Seits: They are foul creatures who wear nothing but pants made from animal skins or skins of other beings they have killed. The Seits are brutal and are a barbaric race. They kill whenever and eat whatever. They are built a use heavy weapons like axes or clubs. They have tattoos outlining their torsos and back and they have multiple ear piercings. Their leader is Seitraka, son of Seki. * Seitraka is open.* <p> Ioes: They are apelike people who have a brain like Einstein. They are great at figuring out complicated problems or making weapons. They usually do not fight but when they do, they use their test subjects. Their test subjects are beings from other races who habe deformed from experiments. Ioes wear no clothing do to their ape like appearance. They speak very well and quickly. When they lose their temp ,they turn into crazy apes who use their brutal strenght to tear someone apart. Their leader is Io. * spot open for Ioes' leader, Io* <p> Elves: Everyobe knows what an elf is so not much to explain here. They use elven swords and quivers. They are not fond of trexguards and are allianced with familiar rangers and Ioes. Their leader is Eragil. *Eragil's spot is open* <p> Jeru's: They are lizard like creatures who wear armour which is bronze colored on their torso, elbows, and knees. They use spears or jagged swords. They alliance themselves with the Seits when they want to conquer a race. Their leader is Dei. *Dei's spot is up for grabs.* <p> RedSun's: "They are humans with full armor with a red sun tattooed on their back and chest. They are secretive and protective of their cities. They usually use swords with shields or bows and arrows. Their leader is Ceriol * leader spot is open* <p> Map: Res 1: Info on rp. Res 2: Map. Res 3: Bios. Res 4-10: Kingdoms for each race. Res 11: BattkeField. Res 12: Ocean. Res 13: Forest. Res 14: Mountain. Res 15: Cave. Res 16: GraveYard. <p> Next res is Bios!

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