"from Black Elk Speaks: III. The Great Vision" by Neihardt.
From Black Elk Speaks: III. The Great Vision
By John G. Neihardt
The story is one of a great holy man, Black Elk. At a young age, he falls ill, and is near death when he has a vision involving his ancestors (Grandfathers). He becomes a healer of, not only the individual, but of a whole group. His powers, given to him by his Grandfathers, allowed him to heal those who were sick, give social order and public policies for tribes, nations, people, etc. However, this story is about more than just Black Elk, the holy man; it is also the story of people and nations, especially the Lakota-Dak…
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