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Today, August 21, 2017, we celebrate the people who are part of the fastest growing demographic in the world. According to the traditional definition, a senior citizen is anyone older than 60 years of age, but this seems relatively young in today’s society! When it comes to new technologies, adults above the age of 55 represent 65% of all early adopters. This demographic is also the most politically engaged segment of the population. Almost 80% of all senior citizens vote in a presidential election, while the overall voter turnout is usually around just 50%.

President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the first National Senior Citizens Day in 1988. In his explanation he wrote that, “Older citizens are reinforcing their historical roles as leaders and as links with our patrimony and sense of purpose as individuals and as a Nation. For all they have achieved throughout life and for all they continue to accomplish, we owe older citizens our thanks and a heartfelt salute. We can best demonstrate our gratitude and esteem by making sure that our communities are good places in which to mature and grow older — places in which older people can participate to the fullest and can find the encouragement, acceptance, assistance, and services they need to continue to lead lives of independence and dignity.” ~ President Ronald Reagan – August 19, 1988 Proclamation 5847

Now there’s something worth celebrating! In honor of National Senior Citizens Day, spend time with your favorite relatives or make a commitment to volunteer at a retirement home sometime in the next year. If you are a senior citizen yourself, check for special promotions and giveaways at your favorite restaurants and shops!

In honor of National Senior Citizens Day, spend time with your favorite relatives or make a commitment to volunteer at a retirement home sometime in the next year. If you are a senior citizen yourself, check for special promotions and giveaways at your favorite restaurants and shops!

I am a senior citizen and I honor all of you who are as well.

Continue to support my Small Senior Citizen Business

Discounts to all seniors today, send me a message and I will share with you your discount. CherokeeBillieSpiritualAdvisor.com

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

KEEP CALM HUG A SENIOR CITIZEN

Handmade Mala Beads

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The Neverland mala, handmade by Livnam Kaur, is made up of 106 green wooden beads and two rudraksha beads, making it a traditional 108 bead mala. It also features a Tiger’s eye guru bead, strung on hemp with a hemp tassel and a star in the neck. Green is the colour of hope and health, rudraksha are the oldest prayer beads on the planet and are said to increase clarity and bring peace. Tiger’s Eye is known for removing fear and anxiety and promoting joy and happiness. So just follow the second star to the right and straight on till morning…off to Neverland! 

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From  Livnam, “When I think of Neverland, I think of Peter Pan, Michael Jackson, joy, happiness, youth, childhood, exuberance, playfulness, sunshine, laughter, smiles….Life. With a capital L. Life as it should be lived and enjoyed. That was my intention when creating the Neverland mala; to inspire people to live Life as they want it. A Life well Lived.”

What is a mala?
A mala is a set of beads to be used for meditation and prayer, but it can also double as a necklace. A mala is not a toy to be played with. When you hold your mala, turn it by using your thumb and middle finger. Holding the mala in your hand turn each bead with your thumb and middle finger. Once you go around all 108 beads, you arrive at the beginning and at the guru bead, and this is not a bead to be counted. You have reached 108 and are finished. Take a deep breath and relax. 

Why 108?
108 is a very significant number all throughout the ages. No matter your tradition and belief. Some affiliate 108 with something in their religion, others do not. I think 108 is a magical number and you may disagree. The meaning of 108 is open to interpretation, which is pretty cool anyway.

These beads are a wonderful help on your spiritual path and you’ll find the craftsmanship beyond compare.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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More new energies of the ascension are arriving every day. The Quickening quickens. Much love to be spread and more hearts are to open. Be in love of all. Let your heart song sing. Look to see the beauty in all things. Commune within your heart space and see yourself connecting to each being on this planet. We are a loving being and always were. We got lost. We are found. Claim your loving space. Claim your Divinity!  Learn all about the New Moon in Leo by CLICKING HERE

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New Moon blessings,
Cherokee Billie

By far the best pic of Elvis ever

Time goes so quickly and it’s hard to believe that it’s been 40 years since Elvis passed into the spirit world.  Gone but never forgotten and he always will be the King of Rock And Roll! John Lennon once said, “Before Elvis there was nothing.” He of course was referring to Elvis’s music and style.

Elvis Presley certainly shook up the world forever. I remember being five years old and seeing him the first time he was on the Ed Sullivan show. I stood in the middle of the living room dancing much to the delight of my family. My mother loved him from the moment she saw him because he came from a poor southern upbringing just like her. You can say from that moment on I was a rock and roll fan.

Every Christmas my family played his Christmas album repeatedly. To this day I play Elvis Christmas album, as it takes me back to many fond childhood memories.

In 1969 when Elvis made his big comeback in Las Vegas my best friend and I saw him perform the first week at the International Hotel. He came out in a plain black karate suit. He didn’t have elaborate jewelry or glitter. He didn’t need it because he was so dynamic you could not take your eyes off of him.

Elvis Presley In Concert 1969

Elvis Presley In Concert 1969

He was really on top of his performance in 1969. I continued to see him perform in Las Vegas over the years and his voice was always outstanding, but there was a change in him and I did not feel him connecting to the audience. Little did I know of his troubles.

In 1969 one of my best friends was in the marines and on the weekends he would bring his buddies to my apartment and they would play music and different games. I will never forget this one young man who kept playing my album “Elvis 68” over and over again one weekend. The song he would play the most was, “If I Could Dream.” It is a powerful song that Elvis felt was his message to the world about how it could change if it wanted to. This young man went to Vietnam and never made it back. To this day when I hear that song I still remember that young man.

Early on August 16 my mother called me crying and told me about Elvis dying.  She still loved him very much.  She kept a portrait of him on her bedroom wall till she died in 1987.

 I felt a great loss when Elvis passed in 1977. He was so young and so much ahead of him. He lives on through his music and movies. He definitely made a major impact that lasts even now. Not Bad For a Poor Southern Boy.

All I can say in summing up this little memoir is that I am glad that I lived to experience so many great musicians in my lifetime. There’s no question that Elvis Presley is the King of Rock And Roll. You will never be forgotten Elvis.

I am enclosing my favorite song “If I Can Dream” by Elvis Presley. Please share your memories and thoughts about Elvis.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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August 11 marks 3 years since Robin Williams passed away. He was such a beloved person and his death shocked so many. If he touched your life you will want to read what I have felt about him.

I have never been one who gets dramatic over celebrity deaths, but his was different because we were the same age, suffer from physical problems, loved his work, and understood financial difficulties. I cried when I heard the news. The only other famous person I cried over was when John Lennon was assassinated.

From the first time I saw Robin on the program ‘Mork and Mindy’ I liked him. He always came across to me as a person who was sad. Yes, he made me laugh tremendously, but I understood that there was a level of sadness always around him.

Many want to blame his death on alcohol and drugs, which was proven untrue in the autopsy. So many do not understand depression, especially when they perceive someone as having everything, such as Robin. Of course there will always be theories about why or how he died, but I think it’s better to remember the brilliant talented man that he was.

From being one of the highest paid actors in the 1990’s his celebrity had declined over the years because he started choosing rolls that appealed to him, and they were not always comedies. He made over 50 movies. He had the ability to be a serious actor and brought such depth to each character he played. He proved how good he was as an actor in Dead Poets Society, Good Will Hunting, What Dreams May Come, Patch Adams, and the touching Bicentennial Man.

Of course he will always be remembered for his great comedies such as Mrs. Doubtfire, The Fisher King, The Birdcage, Jack, and who can forget his marvelous genie in Aladdin. These are just to name a few of his movies.

He left a large body of work behind that will entertain people for many generations to come. His one man standup comedy shows were always something I looked forward to.

He just had a way of making you see the world a little differently. No matter what he did he always came across as lovable.

My personal favorite movie of his is “Moscow on the Hudson.” He mixed comedy with serious acting. He learned to speak Russian fluently and the other actors who were Russian could not believe how well he spoke it.

Whatever he did he put his whole self into it and created magic.

It turns out that financially he was not well off anymore, between high alimony payments, and lack of income, at the level he had been receiving, he was struggling financially. Also he was suffering from Parkinson’s disease. I understand the effects of that extremely well as my father had it and so do I. Physical decline often causes depression to worsen. When you cannot do what you used to it is horrific. Ask anyone who suffers from chronic illness or an accident and they will tell you.

At the time of his death I had not seen many of his latest movies and have seen them since and I am astounded at how good they were. Recently I saw “Angriest Man in Brooklyn” and found it totally believable from the standpoint of being someone who is chronically ill. Often you get angry when your health goes. I thought he did a standout performance and yet many people do not like this movie.

He was a gentle kind man and I have read many different stories from people who have met him accidentally and he never acted like a celebrity. He was always just himself, which was quite humble. He let his crazy side out when he performed. Often people confuse a person with the characters they have played.

For me he will always be a sweet lovable human who did his best to make others happy.

He worked for free on the charity to help the homeless ‘Comic Relief’. He traveled to Iraq several times and performed for the troops without great publicity or fanfare. He always wanted to help others. Robin had a requirement that for every single event or film he did, the company hiring him also had to hire a certain number of homeless people and put them to work.

For those who believe that a person who commits suicide is condemned, I have found that not to be true. I have channeled many suicide victims and most are being taking care of in a recovery area in the spirit world. The judgments that people believe will happen when you die are not necessarily true. It is what you do in this life and how you have helped others that is most valued in Spirit. Read More About This Here.

So take a few moments and remember this wonderful man who graced our planet and made the world smile. Perhaps watch one of his movies in memory of him.

The main thing is he is at peace and will always be remembered.

Thank you for everything Robin.

Bless your spirit,
Cherokee Billie

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one through suicide and need help please contact me as the reassurance that I can give will greatly help you heal. Contact me through my web site CherokeeBillieSpiritualAdvisor.com

Robin Williams Movies:

The Angriest Man in Brooklyn

The Face of Love

Lee Daniels’ The Butler

The Big Wedding

Happy Feet Two

Old Dogs

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

World’s Greatest Dad

Shrink

August Rush

License to Wed

Night at the Museum

Happy Feet

Man of the Year

RV

The Night Listener

The Big White

Robots

House of D

The Final Cut

Insomnia

Death to Smoochy

One Hour Photo

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Bicentennial Man

Jakob the Liar

Patch Adams

What Dreams May Come

Good Will Hunting

Flubber

Deconstructing Harry

Fathers’ Day

Hamlet

Jack

The Birdcage

Jumanji

Nine Months

Being Human

Mrs. Doubtfire

Toys

Aladdin

FernGully: The Last Rainforest

Hook

The Fisher King

Shakes the Clown

Dead Again

Awakenings

Cadillac Man

Dead Poets Society

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Good Morning, Vietnam

Seize the Day

Club Paradise

The Best of Times

Moscow on the Hudson

The Survivors

The World According to Garp

Popeye

Can I Do It ‘Till I Need Glasses?

Mork & Mindy (TV Series)

Robin Williams has supported the following charities listed:

Aid Still Required

American Foundation for AIDS Research

Amnesty International

Andre Agassi Foundation for Education

Augie’s Quest

Bob Woodruff Foundation

Celebrity Fight Night Foundation

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

Comic Relief

David Foster Foundation

Doctors Without Borders

Dogs Deserve Better

Dream Foundation

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Heifer International

International Medical Corps

Keep Memory Alive

LIVESTRONG

Love Our Children USA

Luke Neuhedel Foundation

Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center

MusiCares

Prince’s Rainforests Project

Prince’s Trust

Robert F Kennedy Memorial

Smile Train

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

UNICEF

Sharon Tate 1966

Sharon Marie Tate Polanski January 24, 1943 – August 9, 1969

From Great Tragedy Can Come Blessings!

August 9 marks the 48th anniversary of the passing of beloved 60’s actress, Sharon Tate. By all accounts, she was a remarkably beautiful, kind, and down-to-earth person. She was also a talented and bright rising star as well as an expectant mother. She was a popular model in the 60’s because of her outstanding beauty. She never had a bad word to say about anybody. Everyone who knew her loved her because of her kindness and sweetness. Mia Farrow said she was as “sweet and pure a human being as I have ever known”, while Patty Duke remembered her as “a gentle, gentle creature. I was crazy about her, and I don’t know anyone who wasn’t”.

Roman Polanski has stated that he still remembers her and the time that they were together as the happiest in his life. He said she always carefully packed his suitcase and whenever he travels he always remembers that.

I became a fan of hers in 1967 when I saw her performance in Valley Of The Dolls. She stood out from all of the others in the movie not just because of her beauty, but something within her made me admire her.

It is a huge disservice to Sharon’s legacy that she is often remembered for the wrong reasons. Sharon Tate was so much more than just a murder victim. I believe that a greater emphasis should be placed on the amazing life that she led during her all too brief time on Earth rather than focusing solely on her tragic death.

She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as “New Star of the Year 1967 – Actress” for her Valley of the Dolls performance. She placed fourth behind Mia Farrow, Judy Geeson and Katharine Houghton for a “Golden Laurel” award as the year’s “Most Promising Newcomer” with the results published in the Motion Picture Exhibitor magazine. She was also runner-up to Lynn Redgrave in the Motion Picture Herald’s poll for “The Star of Tomorrow”, in which box-office drawing power was the main criterion for inclusion on the list. These results indicated that her career was beginning to accelerate and for her next film, she negotiated a fee of $150,000 period

At the time of this tragic murder the media blamed the victims for their death because they were considered hippies and drug addicts.

Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski

Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski

“In death, they made a monster out of her. A monster out of the sweetest, most innocent, lovable human being. She was kindness itself to everybody and everything around her — people, animals, everything. She just didn’t have a bad bone in her body. She was a unique person. It’s difficult to describe her character. She was just utterly good, the kindest human being I’ve ever met, with an extreme patience. To live with me was proof of her patience, because to be near me must be an ordeal. She never had a bad temper, she was never moody. She enjoyed being a wife. The press and the public knew of her physical beauty, but she also had a beautiful soul, and this is something that only her friends knew about.”- Roman Polanski

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Doris Tate

Sharon’s mother Doris Tate went into deep mourning for many years over the loss of her precious daughter. She was shaken out of her mourning when she was notified that some of the murderers were up for parole. She became a strong force testifying at parole hearings for the murderers of her daughter, making sure that they serve their sentences for the crimes they committed.

For the rest of her life, she strongly campaigned against the parole of each of the Manson killers, and worked closely with other victims of violent crime. Several times, she confronted Charles Watson at parole hearings, explaining, “I feel that Sharon has to be represented in that hearing room. If they’re (the killers) pleading for their lives, then I have to be there representing her.” She addressed Watson directly during her victim impact statement in 1984: “What mercy, sir, did you show my daughter when she was begging for her life? What mercy did you show my daughter when she said, ‘Give me two weeks to have my baby and then you can kill me.’ When will Sharon come up for parole? Will these seven victims and possibly more walk out of their graves if you get paroled? You cannot be trusted.”

In 1992, President George Bush recognized Doris Tate as one of his “thousand points of light” for her volunteer work on behalf of victims’ rights.

Because of Doris Tate the Victims Right Program was formed and this has gone on to help millions of people who have been victims of violent crimes. She worked to raise public awareness about the United States corrections system and was influential in the amendment of California laws relating to the victims of violent crime Doris passed on in 1992, but her family has kept her legacy going by founding the Doris Tate Victims’ Rights Foundation.

Sharon Tate’s biographer, Greg King, holds a view often expressed by members of the Tate family, writing in Sharon Tate and the Manson Murders (2000): “Sharon’s real legacy lies not in her movies or in her television work. The very fact that, today, victims or their families in California are able to sit before those convicted of a crime and have a voice in the sentencing at trials or at parole hearings, is largely due to the work of Doris [and Patti] Tate. Their years of devotion to Sharon’s memory and dedication to victims’ rights… have helped transform Sharon from mere victim, [and] restore a human face to one of the twentieth century’s most infamous crimes.”

Out of this deep tragedy there has been a blessing prior to this tragedy there was no support for crime victims. Sharon’s life had great meaning and her death has helped millions.

Her spirit is at peace. I have spent time, as a Medium, finding out if Sharon is a ghost.  I know that many believe that she still walks around as a ghost.  I have not found that to be the case.  When she died she went immediately into the spirit world, along with her baby.  Its heart breaking to see, but the police photographs taken of her at the murder site shows a smile on her face.  In that last moment of life I know that the angels came and took her.  The sightings that have been reported have been dark spirits that mimic her and what occurred. Sharon, along with her deceased loved ones, work spiritually to help those who have gone through great tragedies.

Sharon you will always live on in the hearts of your loved ones and devoted fans. Gone, but never forgotten.

Bless your beautiful spirit Sharon,
Cherokee Billie

August 7, 2017 in Leo

The Full Moon is the time of greatest power and the perfect night for spiritual work, giving thanks, and ritual as it’s a night where energy is in abundance.  To read my full article CLICK HERE!

Full Moon Blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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