The Return of Sacred Trust
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The Return of Sacred Trust : Wake Up Call

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Paul McKye is the chosen Son of Brule Lakota Medicine Man Robert Stead. Chosen because the Irish McKey Family is Spiritually related. Paul's family has been using the Catholic Church for two thousand years to destroy the McKey Royal Bloodline.



This true life account of a true Royal Ancient Member of the Old Family. Returned at this time, into a family of the Crinnion Catholic Mafia of Clan McLeod. This persons life Paul McKye is a harrowing mess because of the Wurst Family who stole his inheritance from Leo Stevens McKey.



Guided by a Native American medicine man, Paul seeks spiritual wisdom to free himself from the lifelong pain of rejection and begins to receive dreams and visions that reveal shocking truths not only about his life, but also regarding murdered ancestors and oppression that his family line has suffered for generations at the hands of the Catholic Church.



His candid and compelling memoir, The Return of Sacred Trust, uncovers a convoluted conspiracy involving Paul's brothers and sisters of the Wurst Family Irish-Catholic mafia, as well as a string of people who help Paul-until their loyalty is purchased by the Sweetland and Wurst family intensively stalking Paul McKye using the McKey fortune that rightfully belongs to Paul
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Product details

  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 16mm | 399g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1508676232
  • 9781508676232

About Paul C McKye

Paul C. McKye was raised in the Oakland Hills of California. He earned a BA in political science from Cal State Hayward, attended John F. Kennedy School of Law, and now lives off the land as a log furniture maker in South Dakota. After pursuing his interest in Native American spirituality, McKye was initiated as a shaman and has practiced as a healer and visionary for thirty-six years in both his adopted Native American and his ancestral Celtic communities.
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