Sequoyah Trueblood was born in Stroud, Oklahoma. His father is Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw, his mother German/English. Sequoyah grew up on a self-sustaining farm, learning to work the land to survive. He spent many years in residential boarding school, which let him into the army at the age of seventeen. As a Green Beret he was part of the Special Forces Operational Detachment "A Team," and eventually became a major. He fluently speaks Thai, Korean, and Japanese. In the service he was a code breaker for military intelligence. In Southeast Asia he was involved with "Master," the development of intelligence technology.
He lives on the Kahnawake reservation in Canada with Marilyn Kane, one of the originators of the Native Women's Association of Canada. Sequoyah has worked extensively with Indian youth wilderness programs, the unity regional youth program for substance abuse, and Cherokee Challenge in North Carolina. He is currently creating permaculture programs in Kahnawake, Akewasasne, and Cherokee. Sequoyah shares his teaching of global unity and compassion. His is truly a remarkable being who emanates light.
Sequoyah Trueblood grew up on a self-sustaining farm, joined the Green Berets, taught Silva Mind Control and then worked extensively with Indian youth wilderness programs. He is of Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw/German/English ancestry and is currently creating perma-culture programs.
Former IONS President,James O’Dea and native elder Sequoyah Trueblood discuss "the great shift" in the context of our universal oneness. They explore the separation created by judgment and the intellect and the need to see the sacredness in all things. Sequoyah shares some of his life experiences that ...
The release of intention and the intellect is the message from Sequoyah Trueblood of the Choctaw Nation, in this enlightening interview with IONS’ President, James O’Dea.