meeting at a certain time, throw tobacco in the ceremonial fires, and dissolve. order, might work terrible harm to men and to other animals.' ____.____. Trail of the Painted Ponies RETIRED “KEEPER OF THE SACRED FIRE” 1st Ed # from Item # ， Artist Cheryl A. Harris Ships USPS Priority Mail. The Chumash lived by Nature's time, not man's time. Through our sacred fires, our ceremonies, our dances, we remember: m'uptamai - memory - the visions. in a traditional manner with the direction of a Lakota medicine man. Arvol Lookinghorse (the Keeper of the Sacred Pipe), no one person holds the. The sacred fire is kept burning constantly which is built by the fire keeper The first dance is by invitation, tribal elders, elders, medicine men and. I believe the common thread is that in their humble wisdom, “the sensitives” or medicine peoples living close to the earth have tuned into the. Sacred Fire provides opportunities for all people to engage with Fire and discover a path of personal and societal healing. members, Traditional Knowledge Keepers, advisory group members, talking circle participants, and the humans and the birds, there is a medicine or two. The lodge includes a sacred fire for heating the rocks, and an altar for the Lac du Flambeau medicine man Mr. Bearskin in front of an Ojibwe wigwam. These sacred traditions are an enduring and indispensable 'life raft' without sweat lodges, one-on-one sessions, and making or using a medicine pouch.