Nancy Red Star (Author, Star Ancestors)
1.4 – The Mission (5.4.10)
1.5 – Closer Encounters (5.18.10)
3.1 – Aliens & the Old West (7.28.11)
3.5 – Aliens & Mysterious Rituals (8.25.11)
4.9 – The Time Travelers (4.27.12)
Nancy Red Star, daughter of the Cherokee, is a descendant of the Red Man, Vann, Parker, Mathews bloodline. She is the producer, writer, and director of the feature documentary films Star Ancestors and The Trap-Line Song presented by Willow Spirit Productions LLC. 
Interviews with American Indian spiritual leaders concerning the long-standing contact that has existed between their tribes and extraterrestrial visitors.
• First time that Indian wisdomkeepers have shared with the outside world their knowledge of extraterrestrials and their teachings.
• Includes more than eighty color illustrations by prominent Indian artists.
• Among those interviewed are Dawnland founder Dana Pictou, Mayan Day-keeper Hunbatz Men, Choctaw wisdomkeeper Sequoyah Trueblood, and Creek healer and artist Shona Bear Clark.
American Indian relationships with extraterrestrials have existed since the beginning of time. The creation stories of Indian people say, “We came from the stars”; evidence of Indian contact with ETs has been carved on rocks and hides, choreographed in sacred dances, and beaded on wampum belts over many thousands of years. In Mayan temple rituals, in the tobacco blessing, in crop circle formations and petroglyph inscriptions, the contact continues.
In this groundbreaking book, Nancy Red Star explores the unifying “Sky Elder” theme found in virtually every Indian culture, detailing a Pan-American genesis story of shared communication with extraterrestrials. These Star Begins will play a vital role at the present crossroads of Earth history. Humankind’s abuse of technology has led to a planet out of balance with natural laws; in this time, spiritual wisdomkeepers have recognized signs that they must now speak their closely held knowledge, their original instructions from the Sky Elders. In Star Ancestors, Mayan elder and Day Keeper Hunbatz Men, Stargate International CEO and UFO researcher Cecilia Dean, Choctaw wisdomkeeper Sequoyah Trueblood, and others share instructions for restoring the balance of nature and taking our rightful place among the peoples of the universe. Striking illustrations of the work of prominent American Indian artists, such as Armond Lara, Michael Naranjo, and Shona Bear Clark, further explore this theme.
The original instructions from these Sky Elders revealed in Star Ancestors lay out a path for rebuilding our world and initiate us into the possibility of a coming time of peace. Inviting all peoples to realize their Star ancestry, the women and men of proud lineage and inspiring wisdom who share their experiences here offer us a survival plan for walking into the next world.
Explores the long-standing contact between American Indian tribes and extraterrestrial visitors through interviews with the tribes’ spiritual leaders
• Shares the wisdom and ET experiences of Dawnland founder Dana Pictou, Mayan daykeeper Hunbatz Men, Choctaw wisdomkeeper Sequoyah Trueblood, and Creek healer and artist Shona Bear Clark
• Includes color photos of ET-inspired work by prominent Indian artists as well as traditional Indian art depicting contact with “Sky Elders”
As humanity stands at the crossroads between the Fifth and the Sixth Worlds, American Indian wisdomkeepers have recognized signs that they must now speak their closely held knowledge about extraterrestrial contact, their original instructions from the Sky Elders. These ET relationships have existed since the beginning of time. They have been depicted on ancient rocks and hides, embedded in creation stories, choreographed in sacred dances, beaded on wampum belts, and continued to this day through rituals and the tobacco blessing. They show that with the vital support of our Star Ancestors, we can bring our planet back into balance with natural laws.
Exploring the unifying “Sky Elder” theme found in virtually every Indian culture, Nancy Red Star shares her profound interviews with wisdomkeepers from several Native traditions, including Mayan elder and daykeeper Hunbatz Men, Stargate International CEO and UFO researcher Cecilia Dean, and Choctaw medicine man Sequoyah Trueblood, and offers their teachings on taking our rightful place among the peoples of the universe.
Laying out a path for rebuilding our world, the Sky Elders’ original instructions initiate us into the possibility of a coming time of peace. Inviting all peoples to realize their Star ancestry, the women and men of proud lineage and inspiring wisdom who share their experiences here offer us a survival plan for walking into the next world.
Australian Aboriginal, Japanese, Celtic, Israeli, Native American, and other spiritual leaders from around the world share their stories of extraterrestrial contact and the Star Ancestor prophecies.
• Discusses the relevance of the earth-change prophecies given by ancient Star Ancestors.
• Shows the connection between extraterrestrials and renowned healers and teachers from around the world.
• Contains 70 illustrations by prominent artists.
At the dawn of a new millennium we are rapidly approaching environmental and social crises on a massive global scale. Cries have risen from every corner of the world to challenge the ravaging of Earth and many of her peoples. In Legends of the Star Ancestors traditional wisdomkeepers from diverse cultures share their insights into how Earth’s current crisis is part of a larger cosmic plan for the planet’s transition into an enlightened age, as prophesized by the Star Ancestors. Furthermore, the star beings that once seeded the Earth remain with us today in order to assist and guide us through this time of transformation.
Healers and teachers from Native American, Israeli, Tibetan, Aboriginal, Islamic, Japanese, and Celtic descent share their knowledge of the role Star Ancestors had within their respective traditions and how it shaped a larger global vision of Earth’s future. From contributors as varied as Rabbi Ohad Ezrah to Australian aborigine Jingalu of the Yeagle tribe, we further learn of how star beings continue to make appearances on Earth today through UFOs, dreamtime, and physical encounters.