Grandfather’s Hidden Secrets Class

I am sorry that I did not get this note out to all of you on Friday, but for all of you who are signing up or will be signing up for the upcoming class I need you to have a few things ready. First I need you to go back to any dreams, visions, symbols, signs, and/or other spiritual communications you have had concerning the future and send them to me as soon as the chat room opens. Remember that this class is as much about you and your Visions of the futures as it is Grandfather’s Vision of the probable future. It is through the way Grandfather and his people approached the visionary experience, the questions they asked, how they asked them, and what they sought that will help guide you to fully understanding your personal visionary experiences.
I would also like you to share with me your concerns about the future, not only on a global and regional scale, but also what the probable and possible futures hold for you and your family. I am going to be using all of your feedback to illustrate to you how to not only fully understand you visions but expand upon them. I also want to show you how to get more insights on a daily basis into the immediate probable and possible futures in all areas of your life. I also want to touch upon the very sensitive area of how to teach your children to pay attention to prophetic dreams and visions, allowing them to realize that this is not something that is odd or just in their imagination. Children sometimes have a very strong view of the probable and possible future that adults tend to dismiss as childish.
Thanks and In Medicine,

The upcoming Hidden Secrets of Prophecy online class

Spontaneous Teaching

Hey folks,

David here, posting for Tom – he asked if I could put together some video clips from the last Spontaneous Teaching class to give a better idea of what the class is like.  So I put down the osage snap bow I’d been working on, put the experimental survival food bars (lacto-fermented of course) project on hold, and made a short video montage, about 6 minutes long.

Last time we did the class I was pretty surprised – the students really shaped the direction of the class and Tom rarely devotes so much time to just answering questions.  I think a lot of students don’t realize just how infrequent such a session is – here in the studio we were all a bit shocked when we realized how Tom intended to approach the broadcast.  Of course there’s still some elements of the coyote teacher involved, but a lot of info slips in under the belly… So if you can manage it, I highly recommend joining us this coming week for a few hours each night.

Prerequisite:  Standard, Philosophy 1 or Tracker Handbook class.  To register for this class: