Oklevuhea Native American Church
of The Sanctuary New York
We have been officially approved and register by Oklevuhea Native American Church as one of their official branches. You can find more information about ONAC at
The Lakota Sioux and Seminole Religious Cultures merged their two Indigenous American Native Religious Cultures; earth based healing and empowering spiritual traditions, December 17, 2007. The original agreement named this merging of American Native spiritual traditions, Oklevueha Lakota Sioux Native American Church, predominately known as Oklevueha Native American Church.
The merging of these two spiritual traditions honors the courageous heritage of the Oglala and Lakota Sioux Nation, and the Oklevueha Band of Seminole Indians. This merging brought about the availability of these two indigenous spiritual traditions to the public as one.
The Oglala and Lakota Sioux spiritual leaders Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, and Fool Bull (Native Americans) maintained their spiritual traditions through a tenacious commitment in honoring their American Native culture, which is, honoring and respecting Mother Earth and Father Sky. Both Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull were murdered primarily, for their unwavering commitment to honor their American Native way of life. Fool Bull tenaciously weaved his traditional medicine spiritual ways through the reservation world of corrupt politics of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. This weaving enabled his descendents of Sioux spiritual traditions such as, Leslie Fool Bull and Richard ‘He Who Has the Foundation’ Swallow to survive and blossom in the reservation world.
The Land of the Sacred White Deer, ancient home of the Lenape, located in the Catskills Mountains.
A Maloka, built with sustainable materials, to hold our sacred work
Chapelle Marie, our Chapel dedicated to the Divine Feminine
We have a large range of traditional, ancient and sacred instruments to support deep healing
The Sacred Bees protecting and nurturing our land
We have planted over 200+ Native & Pollinators friendly Flowers on the land
Our community gather regularly to do work on the land and supporting the sacred work