Publisher: Balboa Press
Publication Date: April 13, 2015
Binding: Kobo eBook
The day that medium, Tana Hanley, told Don Silver the story of his past life as a boy named Brave Hawk, he thought the whole thing was nonsense. She explained that a Native American chief by the name of White Cloud had come through to her to tell the story of Bird, a young Caucasian boy who had stolen from the tribe. Bird was captured and eventually adopted into an Arapaho tribe in South Dakota, sometime in the seventeenth century. There, he was given his new name: Brave Hawk.
That night, a colorful and powerful dream changed Don’s mind. In the dream, his spirit guides came forth and compelled him to write a book about his past life.
Bird grew up on a small farm southwest of Lake Michigan. Life on the farm was hard, but that was the way of things then. When he was older, he went to work with his father-in-law and brother at their trading post, where he was eventually captured by the Arapaho.
Bird soon became a part of their community. Beloved by the chief, little Bird was made a part of the tribe and earned his new name through acts of bravery and survival under difficult circumstances.
This is the story of his new life among his Native American family, a story of a past life that the author hopes will inspire everyone to open their minds to the miraculous nature of eternity.