Stone People's Lodge
West Point, Texas
Since November 1989, at Thunder Ranch, there
has been always a Saturday Night Sweat Lodge. The lodge usually starts
around Sunset. All are encouraged to come out early and help with
preparation of the ceremony.
There are always ranch projects that are needed
to be done. We always appreciate those that come early to help, and
working could help you move your energy. Call before to check out the
project list if you are interested.
Please Bring Food to share.
Sharing of Food is always a part of the ceremony--light and healthy fare
is always good for all. (Thunder likes fried chicken) The feast after
the lodge, always is a combined effort of those participating, as well
as clean up afterwards.
At Thunder Ranch we live on faith, so it is
always appreciated if folks feel like bringing extra's…Staples such as
coffee, tea bags, filters, creamer, garbage bags, toilet tissue, paper
goods, potatoes, onions, eggs, cooking oil, etc.
Most folks call ahead to see what may be needed
and get there early so that you can partake of the whole ceremony!
Please do not bring pets.
Sparky Shooting Star holds a once
a month Saturday Sweat Lodge at New Paltz, New York.
*Sweat lodges: held at sundown at The Center for Symbolic Studies
in New Paltz, NY
'please arrive early 2-3pm, to help
Contact Michele in NYC (631)766-5936 or
or Liz (917)294-8636
We also have Sweat Lodge in Southeastern New Hampshire
3 or 4 times a year:
*Sweat lodges in New Hampshire: held at
sundown, in Windham, NH
'Please arrive early 1-2pm, to help prepare'
Contact Cyrus, (617)838-9825
Randy Crow Parsons, Sundancer, holds a lodge on the
2nd and 4th Sat of each month,
in the Fort Worth, Texas area
Call or write for
info -- Randy at 817 221-3772 / firstname.lastname@example.org