Enuta Pawnee Popcorn

Enuta Pawnee Popcorn

Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Pawnee/Pani of the Great Central Plains of North America Very small pearl Popcorn – Kernels: Dark red orange with about 10% pearl translucent yellow, never mixed in an ear; Rare white pearl kernel – Cob: Light red with red kernel ears, white with yellow and white kernel ears. 4 inch ears. Red has 12, 14, 16 rows; Yellow has 12-14 rows; White has 14 rows Straight upright delicate stalk reaching 5 feet. 3 nodes produce ears, heavy producer with 3-4 ears per node, plus 3-4 ears per tiller! Excellent husk cover. Tassels grow out the tips of each ear. – Uses: Food … popped corn … excellent nutty taste, well worth all the effort!; Ceremonial, healing Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Enuta Pawnee Poporn) “…This is a highly spiritual little corn, yet grounded well in Mother Earth. ‘Enuta’ name was called out, meaning ‘Blessed’. There were originally 4 colors to this popcorn that would come and go with weather changes. The red and yellow (and rarely white) are all that remain [so far]. You can call back the blue and green after Earth Changes settle down later. In that state of Being (with four colors) it was used in healing ceremonies, to heal bronchial diseases in humans. Tassel tips were thought to ‘breathe the air and purify it with Light.’ With ceremony, clouds could be brought with this corn, to bring the Rain Beings. This is indeed the ears of corn the Shaman/Medicine person wore in their ears as ‘earrings’ to do sacred ceremony..” Snow Eagle Seeds...

Read More

Cherokee Ginitsi Selu White Flour Corn

Cherokee Ginitsi Selu White Flour Corn

Cherokee Ginitsi Selu White Flour Corn is also known as Cherokee Flour, Selu White Flour, and Cherokee White Flour Corn Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Eastern Band Cherokee of North Carolina and Cherokee in Oklahoma; in North Carolina and Great Central Plains of North America Flour, flour that is large and flat(similar to Southern dents, but not dented) with occasional mini flour plants – Kernels: Predominately white, cream white, some pale moonbeam yellow, few with deep blush of rose pink. The mini version is pure white; Cobs: White, white with rose blush, 8-10 rows, 9½ – 11½ inch ears, filled well, good husk cover with occasional rose husk, ear grows out tip allowing it to mold and bugs to get in, good ear shanks turn down on ripening, kernels often grow in ‘sheepnose’ quality over tip of ear, 5-7 inch ear leaves Very tall 10-12 foot stalks with occasional rose color at nodes, leaves are 3-4 inches wide reaching to 36 inches long, 0-4 tillers, good brace roots, beautiful rose maroon and yellow silks, bright light rose to yellow cream tassels. – Uses: Cornmeal (Comments: “One of the ancient corns of the Cherokee, said to be unrelated to virtually any other USA corns and is thought to be descended from an ancient Mexican corn called “Harinoso de Ocho” (so it may have predated the Cherokee in the South Appalachian Mountains and come to them with the Muskogean and other tribes they assimilated). It has been with the Eastern Cherokee for at least 1000 years.” and Cherokee Corn Elder Carl White Eagle Barnes calls this corn the “Mother Corn” of the Cherokee peoples.) Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Cherokee Ginitsi Selu White Flour Corn) “…I carry Love Light. To activate this [the corn] needs to be grown by a Light Carrier Human Being! Opening NOW, are Great Chasms (Avenues), of Light—Pure Heaven Light. . . I will help people adapt to these high energies. You may grind some of my seeds to eat now. You can see what they do for your body. Grind and make ‘johnny cake” to eat me soon, then cornbread. Try me— you will like me and my flavors, and my Light…” Snow Eagle Seeds...

Read More

Pawnee Lixokonkatit Black Eyed Flour Corn

Pawnee Lixokonkatit Black Eyed Flour Corn

PAWNEE LIXOKONKATIT BLACK EYED is also known as: Eagle Corn, Pawnee Ink Spot, Skidi and looks like Navajo Cudei, Navajo Sacred Corn, and Navajo Holy Corn. Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Skidi Pawnee, Apache, Cheyenne, Hopi, Metis – of the Great Central Plains of USA Very rare and unusual ‘eyed or capped’ Flour corn – White with purple black mark (‘ink spot’) at silk attachment – almost all purple or all white. The spot can resemble flying eagles, dragon flies, owl eyes, etc. Rare but occasional red “eyespots” on some, rare yellow kernels with eyes 2-5 feet tall stalks with 1-2 tillers, 1 (occasionally 2) dry ears per plant in about 100 days. Plant has 5-8 nodes. Ears can be 1 inch to 3 feet from the ground. Very climate sensitive. Will seriously sprout and mold in the ear if left in fall rains. ‘Eyes’ don’t color well in drought, dry down to a pink red – Cobs: 10 – 14 rows on 5 – 10 inch cobs – Uses: Cornmeal (grinds pale violet) wonderfully fine flour; Ceremonial (balances abused lands, cleans soils, blesses the body of humans). Considered sacred . . . Do not use for monetary gain Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Pawnee Lixokonkatit Black Eyed Flour Corn) “…Many unseen gifts go to those who eat this corn . . . It too, will be transformed with New Light and have a different appearance with the coming of the New Age of our history. Running my hands over the leaves as it grew, I was filled with Great Promise of Love and Peace, Betterment of All Humankind. Lixokonkatit carries with it the essence of mankind’s wishes for the betterment of itself. There are seeds and then there is Lixokonkatit! Truth flows out of its accord into others who eat and handle it. This Blessing was put in/on this corn many eras, centuries ago. ‘Lix’ means ‘of Wind’. Do not use it for monetary gain…” Snow Eagle Seeds...

Read More

Starfire’s Light Flour Corn

Starfire’s Light Flour Corn

Starfire’s Light is also known as Pawnee Ink Spot, Navajo Holy corn, and Navajo Cudei. Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Metis, Skidi Pawnee, Navajo, and Hopi – of the Great Central Plains and Southwest USA Very rare ‘eyed or capped’ Flour corn – Kernel color is White with dark purple-black mark (“ink spot”) at silk attachment, almost all purple or all white. Occasional red “halos” on some spots. The spot can resemble flying eagles, dragon flies, etc. 2-6 feet tall stalks with 1-2 tillers, 1 (occasionally 2) dry ears per plant in about 100 days. Ears can be 1 inch to 3 feet from the ground. Cob is White. 10-14 rows on 5-10 inch cobs- Uses: Cornmeal (grinds pale violet), wonderfully fine flour; Ceremonial (balances abused lands, cleans soils, blesses the body of humans); Considered sacred . . . Do not use for monetary gain Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Starfire’s Light Flour Corn) …“Yorth Energy, ie., Christ Consciousness in Humans: You see, CORN, special corns, carry a unique vital force with Humans. This force facilitates human spiritual growth/placement in the stars (ie., Heaven state of Being). A place may be one point of Light going forward—all that is required is planting a particular corn of your choosing. These are indeed the Corns of Love Light, as that is what the Yorth energy is configured in a very special pattern for quickening of many of the energies composing THIS time/space of the planet. The corn may need only be planted once, and not even a large amount, in Loving/Peaceful intent. To be given out worldly is what is needed…..” Snow Eagle Seeds...

Read More

Sacred Osage Red Flour Corn

Sacred Osage Red Flour Corn

Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Osage Peoples; Great Central Plains of North America, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri Flour corn – Dark red with lighter red, lavender with darker, bluish-red kernel 5-7 feet tall, some red tint in stalks and ears husks, 2-4 ears on main stalk, 5-8 tillers with possibly 1-2 ears each. Medium sized leaves, ears have long shanks with very good husk cover, located 4-5 feet above the ground – Uses: Cornmeal; hominy Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Sacred Osage Red Flour Corn) …“There was a distant land. The people were all of a peaceful way. They brought forth in their minds and hearts the life they knew was sacred. They worked and loved and played in Light. The Light Blessed them and made them free to live in New Ways of Love. They turned into Angels of White Light. The Heavens were consolidated into One Place— One Sacred Place instead of Many before. Their Love was so Great that they continued for a long, long time to Be. They became the GodHead of Life in New Form. It was good, and God smiled on her/his people, and they were blessed with goodness never seen before on Earth. It was all of RIGHT-USE-NESS….” Snow Eagle Seeds Sing,...

Read More

Osage Brown Flour Corn

Osage Brown Flour Corn

Carrying People/Land: Kernel type/color Plant / Uses Creator’s Song Osage, Little Osage peoples – Ozarks, Great Central Plains of North America, Eastern forest early Flour, though some dent or sweet mixed in with some sources – Brown to red brown kernel 4-6 feet tall, some red stalks, with 0-2 tillers, 1-2 dry ears in about 78-95 days – Uses: Cornmeal (grinds pale lavender); healing (balances and raises energy in our human body’s chakra system); ceremonial Excerpted from Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn CREATOR’S SONG: (A message from Osage Brown Flour Corn) …Be gentle with All Beings, for New Life is amongst the Old. It is a Blessed time. Many new energies are coming to the fore and will be recognized as new ways for proceeding with Life. The Rays of Light come to transform all the land. It will be made more pure again. The harvest will be made again in cooperation with one another—And, indeed, the True Harvest will come. When Love will beget Love, Peace beget Peace. Openness will prevail. You mark the land when you touch it. Let your mark be Light! Peace IS a state of awareness between/amongst those on the Planet. Earth will be known as Heaven. It is time. Let no one be afraid of this. The time is right… Snow Eagle Seeds...

Read More