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Lecture

A look into the great visions of Wicasa Wakan (Holy Men) such as Black Elk’s Great Vision of the Flowering Tree of 1872, and Wovoka’s Ghost Dance of 1890.
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About the Event

This lecture offers a look into the great visions of Wicasa Wakan (Holy Men) such as Black Elk’s Great Vision of the Flowering Tree of 1872, and Wovoka’s Ghost Dance of 1890. Learn about the contents of each vision and how these visions impacted the Indigenous people of the high plains and all people of the world for over four generations.

A book signing of Mystic Visions: Black Elk’s Great Vision Clarified will follow the program.

Quentin Young, a mixed-blood Lakota, has been involved in the Lakota spiritual way of life since the age of six. He began keeping a caŋnuŋpa (pipe) in 1989. He has participated in all Seven Rites of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) ceremonies and has Sun Danced for over twenty years. Quentin has taught Black Elk’s vision at the College of DuPage and has lectured at several colleges and universities throughout Illinois.

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