Native American Ceremony Leader

Bennie LeBeau Elder Spiritual Leader and advisor, is an enrolled tribal member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, Wind River Indian Reservation, Ft. Washakie, Wyoming. He has many years of experience in indigenous traditions and culture with the Eastern Shoshone Tribe. Through the encouragement of his tribal Elders, he studied Culture Anthropology and Applied Indigenous Studies at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Bennie LeBeau is a member of the Spiritual Elders of Mother Earth organization of indigenous prophecy carriers of North America. In this capacity he helps educate his Shoshone Nations people and other cultures to the significance of sacred sites and the indigenous prophecies. His present emphasis is informing all cultures of the importance of protecting and preserving all indigenous sacred sites within his country and across the world.

Title of Lectures - also many more can be seen on this web site and on his own web site at www.tetonrainbows

Medicine Wheel Healing Ceremonies
The Magnificent 19+1 Medicine Wheel Ceremony
The Big Bear Medicine Wheel Ceremony



Ceremony Leader

Member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada, affiliated with the Southern Piaute and Central Miwok Tribes. Family history includes great-grandparents and grandparents who were medicine people and healers.

Has trained extensively underneath spiritual and medicine Elders, from the Washoe, Shoshone, Piaute, and Miwok nations since 1960. Spiritual Leader/Advisor, Ceremonial Leader and Healer. It has been shown that nine chiefs work with him. These chiefs are Black Elk (Sioux), Sitting Bull (Sioux), White Buffalo Calf Woman (Sioux), Tecumsch (Shawnee), Sequoia (Cherokee), Kooteni Chief (Canada), Black Hawk (Sauk and Fox), Chief Joseph (Nez Perce), and Red Cloud (Sioux).

Ceremony leadership encompasses leading persons and spirits through birth, joining in marriage, death and beyond. Ceremonies include blessing of homes and sacred sites such as petroglyphs, ancient ruins and burial sites.

Marshall Jack, 1970 N Leslie #59, Pahrump, Nv 89070, 480-695-7249



Spirit Mountain Ranch

Written By Dena Riley

Jim and I was on cloud nine when Miracle Moon gave us a beautiful Snow White Baby boy June 4, 2006.This was an unusual birth. We had never had a female have a baby late in the afternoon. She had started to give birth shortly after 5:00 P.M., when our helper Chadd went to feed the animals. He noticed that Miracle Moon was lying down and the hoofs of a baby was coming out from behind her and Chadd quickly returned to the gift shop to let us know of what he just witnessed.

We closed the gift shop and stayed our distance and we were completely motionless, some distance from Miracle Moon. She watched all of us and proceeded to come over to where we were and made some sounds to let us know that she needed her privacy, it was obvious that she had sucked the baby back into her body and wanted us all gone before she had the baby. After everyone left, Jim and myself finished watering the animals and went inside the house to watch from the window. Miracle Moon went to the covered awning and circled then lay down, and before we knew it a baby was born. Sunrise Spirit seemed to be bothering Miracle Moon so we called her and the other females into the front pen to let Miracle Moon care for her new baby in Peace. I decided to go and see the new baby and WOW! This baby was a Snow White baby, unlike the others that had a hint of red on them when they were born. It had dark eyes and pink skin underneath the white fur. What a beautiful feeling we both had seeing this new Miracle. We stayed close for quite a while watching. It wasn’t long and it was now getting dark. Something didn’t feel right! The baby hadn’t gotten up yet to nurse and it was now 2.5 hours old. Jim and I went to the house to get our sage, sweet grass and special box to pray for the baby to have the strength to get up and nurse. We had never had a baby that wasn’t up on its feet in the first hour of life before. There was a half-moon and was light enough to see Mom and baby. We prayed and prayed. Then told Miracle Moon it was up to her and the Creator and told them goodnight. As soon as the sun was up we opened the curtain and saw the baby walking with its Mom. What a great feeling that was for us. Now it was mid morning and we had not seen the baby nurse yet. We knew the first 24 hours was crucial for the baby. I went to town to get a milk supplement while Mom and baby was napping. After returning, Miracle Moon got up and got the baby right up and put herself right where she could nudge the baby to find it’s bottle of milk. What a beautiful sound and sight to see the baby nurse from Mom. The baby was 22 hours old before it had its first drink. We both felt good now that we had seen the baby nurse. It came to us at that time to name the new baby "Little Dream Walker", after our dear friend and angel Arwyn Dream Walker. The baby’s hair was snow white and so was Arwyns. The next day the baby was up and walking the perimeter of the pen checking out everyplace that it could get into trouble. Jim and I could tell it was a smart little baby and we fixed all the trouble spots just incase. I decided to open the gift shop and personally escorted the people to view the little one myself, so not to disturb Mom or baby. We had very special friends come to see the new arrival that day. Because Jim and I had seen the baby nurse the one time, we didn’t think we had anything to worry about and we thought the baby was out of harms way. But we now know differently!

"Little Dream Walker" passed during the night and we found him the next morning in its favorite place, a hay bunk that was serving as a baby manger. Miracle Moon didn’t seem too upset with Jim when he went into the pen to get the baby. We felt she must have known it was already gone. This was the first for us to lose a baby of our own. What emptiness we were all feeling. Jim and I took the baby to the Sacred Mountain to be with the Spirit beings as a gift from Miracle Moon and us to the Great Creator. It lies between two trees shaped like a women’s womb beneath the buffalo on Spirit Mountain, giving it back to Mother Earth and the Creator. A gift to the Sacred Mountain for allowing us to be here and thanking the mountain for giving us this baby and every baby we have had here on Spirit Mountain Ranch.

Miracle Moon our first white baby now sacrificing her whitest baby to the Sacred Mountain.

"Little Dream Walker"

June 4, 2006 - June 6, 2006

and on a happier note......


17 May 2007

We are proud to announce our new addition to the herd, which arrived this
morning at 10:40 A.M. A boy we named "White Spirit" his mother is Sunrise
Spirit father by Arizona Spirit. This baby makes our ninth white baby in the

LOL to all of you

Dena & Jim and the White Buffalo family

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