Native American Ceremonies ~ Rainbow Eagle

Rainbow Eagle will be giving an overview of various kinds of Native American ceremonies conducted today.  Also, he will explain the philosophy he and his ceremonial students use in ceremony. 

Rainbow Eagle is opening to anyone who wants to ask questions ahead of time.  You can contact hi at

Rainbow Eagle is an Okla-Choctaw American Indian. His full-blood father was registered with both the BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Rainbow Eagle (Rolland J Williston) has been honored with the responsibility of an Ancient Native American Peace Shield drawing which was hidden away in order to be available to all humans after the lighting of the Seventh Fire. These teachings were handed down to him by one of the last Peace Shield Teachers during two winter visits in upper Michigan in the early 1980s. Now that the Seventh Fire of the Anishinabe/Ojibwa traditions has been lit, he is responsible for teaching the traditions and spiritual guidance of the Peace Shield.

Prophesy foretold that in the Seventh Fire time there would be a “New People” who would seek the ancient wisdom in order “to help bring the human family back together again” and “to come into relationship with all life everywhere”, including life in the cosmos. At this time, the traditional wisdom and truths of this Peace Shield drawing are to be offered to facilitate a greater understanding of the Great Creator’s Divine Plan and to help restore peace and harmony upon our Mother Earth.

Rainbow Eagle’s life has been dedicated to traveling and being among traditional Native Americans. He has learned from the most respected elders on the reservations of the United States and Canada.

He is recognized as a revered teacher and storyteller and shares is knowledge in both traditional and non-traditional ways with communities across North America. He has also traveled internationally sharing this sacred knowledge in countries including Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, and Italy.

Find out more about Rainbow Eagle on his website