[8/17/16] Note: This article includes a 332 word comment of mine that was posted
on an Indian Country Today Media Network article.
The New Age Retribalization Of The World Movement
by Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer
The world renowned visionary Daniel Quinn is promoting a revival of the retribalization of the world movement of the 1960s
New Age countercultural revolution. His website receives 20,000 hit's a day. On the back cover of his book Beyond Civilization
a review statement reads, "The retribalization of the world: what a extraordinary possibility!" When referring to lyrics
by Bob Dyan, Quinn wrote: "Why things didn't end up changin." He also wrote: "This time it'll be different." A few years ago an
article of mine entitled My
Mission To Retribalize The World was posted on Quinn's facebook site.
A paragraph in the article reads: "In the late 1960s, one of the leaders of the
Richard Carter, and I,
along with some other members of the Mr. & Mrs. I. C. Rainbow family, my extended maternal kinship family, traveled, together,
to Wahkon, Minnesota to potentially establish a Rainbow family, kinship tribal
community. I am now trying again to accomplish the goal of the original plan,
"this time it will be different," the Rainbow family community will be
established so that it can lead this peaceful revolution to victory.
On Aug. 16, 2016, Indian Country Today Media Network, the world's largest Indian/Indigenous news source, posted
a 332 word comment of mine on a 8/14/16 article by Steven Newcomb, a world renowned indigenous peoples' rights activist.
The article is entitled
'The New Trail of Tears' Is a Neo-Liberal Recipe for Our Assimilation. There are seven comments
posted on the article. My comment is the fifth comment.
In the article Newcomb criticises Naomi Schaefer Riley's book The New Trail of Tears: How Washington
is Destroying American Indians. He wrote that her "book is an effort to sell us free-market neo-liberal capitalism while
trying to push Indian 'assimilation' as the supposed solution to the many woes that Indian Country experiences
on a daily basis."
The first comment reads: What is your solution Mr. Newcomb?
My comment reads:
Good article Mr. Newcomb! I believe that the [solution] is the assimilation of the
entire human race into the New Age retribalization of the world movement. On my
website, located at
http://www.towahkon.org/Tomssite.html, I first present a short summary
of my indigenous peoples' rights advocacy work and related hippie countercultural New Age mission. At the end
of the summary I have news statements related to the summary. One of the news statements reads: On Aug. 12, 2016,
I sent a family letter to my uncles and aunt of the Mr. & Mrs. I.C. Rainbow family. Along with the
letter I enclosed a print out of the above [summary] material. In the letter I wrote:
"From since the early 1970s to this current time, I have been prophesying consistently that
our family name, the Rainbow family, was providentially given to us as a divine sign related to a
very important global mission of ours." A sentence in my (linked to) above
introductory article reads: "During the 1983 Rainbow family
reunion my Uncle Don Rainbow, after talking with me
about my mission to retribalize the world, which included (and still includes) my goal to
tribalize the I. C. Rainbow family, he addressed the seventeen families gathered together
at the reunion and said: "A rainbow is a sign of God's salvation plan and I believe that
we may be used to glorify God more than any other family in the world." Wahkon, MN. is where
I live and I have been prophesying for many years that it is where the I. C.
Rainbow family will come together in kinship tribalism. An hour or so after I sent (from Wahkon) the Aug. 12, 2016
letter to my Rainbow family uncles and aunt a rainbow appeared in the sky above the City of Wahkon.
I took a few videos and several pictures of the rainbow. I believe the appearence of this rainbow was
a divine sign confirming my mission. A youtube.com video of this rainbow is located at:
A rainbow in the sky above the City of Wahkon ....