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Our application process includes a character background check for cultural misappropriation purposes.
Who We Are
Members of the Native American Church of Turtle Island of Temple Mother Earth come from a variety of cultural backgrounds, including both indigenous and non-indigenous peoples, and are Spiritual Earth Protectors.
NACTI members provide a wide range of alternative goods and services, including music, jewelry, apparel, and traditional rituals and remedies.
All of the products in our online store are manufactured by our members, who also own and operate the business entirely.
The following are the Executive Council/Board of Directors :
President: Dr. Sonatta Camara
Vice President: King James Ellis
Secretary: David E Gaskin
Treasurer: Samira Davis
Elders' Wisdom Council:
Members who have been attending for more than 50 years create groups to address issues and promote community growth. A man and a woman are chosen to speak on behalf of the group.
Each aligned community has a subset of people who are at least 20 years old. The group chooses one young person to serve as the spokesperson or representative for the entire group of young people.
Both the mother church council of Co-Creators and the local church council will be in direct contact with the representative or spokesman.
There is a local church membership group created in each community. Any church member is welcome to join this group so they can have open, direct communication with the administration council, wisdom council, youth council, and other church departments and organizations.
Representative to the General Assembly:
The general assembly of each community will elect one representative to communicate directly with the church's administrative Council of Co-Creators, serve as a general spokesperson when necessary, relay messages to the assembly, and speak directly with the church Ambassadors for communication and problem-solving before bringing issues to the church Council of Co-Creators.
Curriculum in education:
Every community's educational initiatives must incorporate at least one indigenous language.
Sciences and Research Laboratory:
Each community has research centres for medicines and laboratory certification centres.
Daniel R. Kent ( First Amendment Rights Attorney )
We are a religious nonprofit corporation free from taxes:
Our organization is a not-for-profit organization and functions only for spiritual preservation, healthy community organizational practices, and principles, putting spirituality behind the business and financial management with our Sacred Mother Earth and the future generations in front of the decision-making. Our church legally receives donations and contributions that are tax deductible for the person or people or organizations donating.
Identification Card for Members:
Each of our members has a church ID card that identifies them to outsiders and details what they are authorized to perform in accordance with the church's infrastructure, bylaws, and constitution.
All agencies and other jurisdictional bodies are informed of the holder's identity and their preferred method of contact by this ID card. We have a variety of members who do various services for church everyday operations.
*The church identification cards provide the following descriptions for each of the membership services:
Administrators of traditional plant medicines and ceremonies, facilitators of those ceremonies, cultivators of those ceremonies, IDs for basic members, IDs for members of the press and the media, administration IDs, and ambassador IDs.
There are traditional plant medicine and ceremonial facilities in every village, where residents can learn about sacred plants, rituals, and respectful traditional indigenous etiquette and procedures.
Giving to the church:
Every two years, $150 USD is allocated for new/updated identification cards, printers, legal costs, administrative costs (including electronic equipment, computers, and travel for events), the acquisition of membership assets, the funding of new membership initiatives, the provision of emergency membership assistance, and the funding of ceremonial events.
Every year, our communities that are local and worldwide and other church organizations will conduct a celebration/day of prayer, sharing of rituals/medicines, and sacred knowledge.
Psychedelic Integration Circles by and for BIPOC.
Welcome to @TempleMotherEarth!
We are an international Temple of consciousness, spiritual learning and healing centre, focused on providing the community with service, education, spiritual fellowship, healing practices, guidance, Kemetic teachings, plant medicine expansion, ayurvedic medicine and earth medicine healing.