Oklevueha NAC welcomes people of all races, nationalities, religions and lifestyles without prejudice. To see information about recent public events, take a look at the Rotary International World Peace Conference. Enjoy the video presentation here.
Many of the pages on this site are open to the public and you are welcome to browse and enjoy them. Some of the content is only available to registered members of Oklevueha Native American Church. If you desire to be blessed by having access to Native American Ceremonies and Medicines (such as Peyote, San Pedro, Ayahuasca and Cannabis) without legal interference, you will want to consider joining Oklevueha NAC and connecting with our medicine people.
Indigenous American Native spirituality has been practiced in North and South America since before recorded history.
The fundamental premise of all indigenous spirituality is to honor and respect Grandmother Earth (Matriarchal), Grandfather Sky (Patriarchal) and all of their descendants.
Gratitude. Humility. Faith. Respect. Honor. Charity. Forgiveness.
The practicing of Indigenous American Native Religious spirituality empowers and strengthens those who participate as they create balance and remove toxic thoughts, actions and substances from their lives. The ceremonies and medicines we work with are powerful and assist people to overcome dependencies, self-defeating behaviours and can assist the physical body to gain strength in healing many physical ailments.
Legally, the protections provided by the US Constitution and numerous court decisions apply to all registered members of Oklevueha Native American Church (or ONAC) regardless of race or national origin. Many Federal laws have been passed that protect and maintain access to their sacred ceremonial grounds, ceremonies and sacraments. These protections apply both on and off Federally Recognized Indian Reservations. Historically, the utilization of Grandmother Earth’s minerals and plants to commune with the spirit world through their ancient ceremonies is what enabled American Natives to survive the most heinous assaults known to the human condition. Join us as we seek to protect and sustain the culture, heritage and beauty of those who have lived here for centuries.