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The Tekuani Binay

A Micro-Nation








Welcome To The Wolf-Eagle Clan

Siyuu (hello) Osigwotsu (how are you)? Welcome My is Chief Diggim Silverwolf representing The Wolf-Eagle Band of The Tekanui Binay Micro Nation. Always giving honor and praise to our late Principal Chief Eagle Feather of The Binay Yeha Noha Nation. We strive to always make our Ancestors proud and never forgetting the lessons they left for us. Decedent from Aniyunwiya (Cherokee)and Niitsitapi (Blackfoot or Blackfeet) or Siksika I strive to make my family proud by Educating and helping to rebuild our people and community.




Spirit of the Wind, Protectors of the Earth

RISK! Trust Your Instincts Run Wit DA PACK!

Waya- Wolf in Cherokee

In most native American cultures,wolves are considered a medicine being associated with courage,strength,loyalty,and success at hunting.

The Native Wolf symbol represents loyalty,strong,family ties,good communication,education,understanding,and intelligence.

What the howl means or symbolizes

"Wolf is a symbol of guardianship, ritual, loyalty, and spirit. Wolf has the ability to make quick and firm emotional attachments, and often need to trust their own instincts. Thus they teach us to do the same, to trust our hearts and minds, and have control over our own lives."

Courage, Strength, Loyalty, Teamwork, Protection, Instincts

Protecting Clan from evil


UWOHALI =(AH-WO-LAY-HEE)

(EAGLE) CHEROKEE..

THE EAGLE SYMBOL MEANING IN OUR CULTURE IS OF STRENGTH ,WISDOM AND COURAGE.AN EAGLE IS TYPICALLY A MESSENGER FOR THE NATIVE AMERICANS(INDIGENOUS)TO THE CREATOR WE BELIEVE THAT THE EAGLE HAS A SIGNIFICANT CONNECTION WITH VISIONS AND DELIVERS THEIR PRAYERS TO THE GREAT SPIRIT OF THE GREAT WORLD.






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