Trauma, Tragedy & the Call of Plant Sacraments with Adam DeArmon & Tiffany Michelle: Part One

D.L. Crumpton
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In this installment of a multi-part interview, Team Zen speak with Adam DeArmon and Tiffany Michelle of the Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) to discuss the spiritual beliefs of the Native American peoples, the abuse, trauma and wounding in our childhoods that drive us to seek healing and the importance of plant-based sacraments in the effort to recover. Adam and Tiffany relay their personal stories which led them to their beliefs and practices which have recently come under scrutiny by the state of Arizona in a vicious violation of their 1st Amendment Rights. Join Team Zen for this multiple part interview which lends a view into the struggles of the indigenous people wishing to simply exorcise their expression of worship in these allegedly free united states. Please help us in educating in your friends and family by sharing this show and enjoy!


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About D.L. Crumpton 53 Articles
Daniel Louis Crumpton, author of the groundbreaking novel Then Came the Flood (Westbow Press), has written extensively since his debut in 2012 in the areas of philosophy, spirituality, alternative history and politics with a complete lack of reverence or dogmatism that those areas often demand. His writing has been featured on ZENINTHECAR.COM, OCHELLI.COM, DOWNLOADEDCONTENT.COM amongst many others. His views, ideas, insights and humorous perspectives on current social and political issues have been heard on internationally and nationally syndicated radio broadcasts such as Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, Lighting the Void with Joe Rupe, The Ochelli Effect with Chuck Ochelli, The Vinny Eastwood Show and Coast to Coast with George Noory. Daniel Louis Crumpton’s ongoing experimental, introspective and conscious streamed writings, podcasts, videos and interviews can be found collected at D.L. Crumpton is also well known for his charitable work with the CannaSense Total Wellness collective (, which provides medical cannabis to patients in all 50 states.

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