Tourette's Healing Quest

Tourette's Healing Quest

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Native American healer Red Cloud is at a loss when he is presented with his first case of Tourette's syndrome. Faced with panicked parents, he attempts a traditional vision quest to seek a cure.

To complete his ceremony to the four cardinal directions, Red Cloud climbs to the top of a mesa with an ancient mica mirror. Red Cloud uses the mirror to flash the last rays of the setting sun to other mesa lookout locations throughout the valley. His sleep is interrupted by a nightmare-dinosaurs being burned alive.

When the first vision proves inconclusive, Red Cloud travels to a camp for children with Tourette's. There, observing their behavior, he makes a crucial connection: these children are possessed by the spirits of dinosaurs.

This realization, coupled with a second vision, catapults Red Cloud to gather healers from around the country for a drumming ceremony at the camp.

The plot thickens as FDA agents, responsible for monitoring the activity of natural healers and protecting the bottom line of drug companies, interfere with Red Cloud's plans.

Red Cloud is determined to see his mission carried out. Will they complete the ceremony? Will he succeed in releasing the children from their affliction?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 2mm | 82g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1514141396
  • 9781514141397

About Jason Eagle

Jason Eagle Huffer is from The Central Illinois Tribal Council. He has completed Physics and Engineering degrees from the University of Illinois. Jason derived the Pitch Optimization Equation for fuel rods, used throughout the nuclear industry. Jason has had several articles and poems published in the Cherokee newspaper, the "Talking Leaf" and other publications. Jason is the son of Chief AJ, who was Mr. Illinois and competed in the Mr. America contest. Chief AJ is currently ranked as one of the three Top Exhibition Shooters of All Time by "Shooting Times" Magazine ( Jason and Chief AJ were nationally known when they and Roy Rogers were guest of President and Mrs. Reagan to the White House. Jason had given his "Dreams are Better than Drug" and "Pluto-Plutonium Dissed Planet Dissed Element" (poking fun at Neil "Diss" Grasse Tyson, with the tag line: Nobody wants to change the name of Plutonium to "Dwarfium"!) lectures all over the country.
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