tribal objects

Collectivism is the real-world manifestation of the subjective, emotion-based feral animal origins of humanity, like some recurring echo emanating from the primitive reptile brain that physically exists in all of us. It is the antithesis of rational objectivity, something that no amount of fancy verbiage from Marx or Chomsky or Himmler or Plato or Rousseau can disguise in their respective paeans to force and unity over intellect and evolution. Collectivism is a fancy word for tribalism. It is a hold over, an atavistic throw back …
—  Perry de Havilland

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  • cunning
  • envious.
  • mistrustful
  • determined
  • vengeful.


  • black
  • gold
  • red-brown
  • dark gray


  • earth.
  • amber
  • incense from ancient temples
  • Warm spices
  • musk


  • satchel
  • fur-rimmed boots
  • destroyed jeans
  • Midriff tops
  • Distressed tribal patterns


  • corrupted materia
  • silver lip rings
  • large tribal ear gauges
  • fingerless arm socks
  • hemp chokers


  • lies
  • steals 
  • quick to assume the worst
  • masochistic.
  • drinks.


  • shifting eyes.
  • fidgets with braids.
  • hair flip.
  • wild, fiery eyes
  • Resting bitch face


  • sunset colored canyons and mesas
  • hieroglyphics 
  • open, starry skies.
  • lionesses
  • hunting knives made of damask steel and animal jawbones. 


  • Dogs of War | Blues Saraceno
  • Misere Mani | Era
  • Hall of Anubis | Psyvamp
  • Push the Limits (ATB Remix) | Enigma
  • Encounters | Enigma

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Protecting Native American culture and history with NAGPRA

Today is the 26th anniversary of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), a law enacted in 1990.  This law was intended to secure the rights of Indian tribes to determine the disposition of their ancestors and funerary objects, as well as their rightful claims to objects necessary for the religious practices and items inherent to tribal identity—sacred objects and objects of cultural patrimony.

Native American cultural sites cover our public lands.  For millennia, tribal people lived on these lands.  They hunted, fished, and farmed for food and sustenance.  They studied the lands, the animals, plants, and sky, learning from nature, watching the stars.  They built towns and cities. They explored, traded, and battled. They worshipped and practiced sacred rites. They raised their children. They buried their dead.

Our public lands include vast cultural landscapes covered with special places, some of which have been the subject of archaeological investigations, including burial sites.  Most collections made from public lands over the last 100 years were curated in non-federal museums or universities designated in permits issued under the Antiquities Act of 1906 and the Archeological Resources Protection Act of 1979.

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Round-Object Tribal Control

4x Oblivion Ring
2x Story Circle
2x Sphere of Safety
3x Detention Sphere

1x Mindlock Orb
3x Mesmeric Orb
2x Static Orb
2x Torpor Orb
2x Winter Orb
2x Sphere of Resistance
3x Sphere of the Suns
2x Trinisphere
2x Orbs of Warding
2x Witchbane Orb

3x Enlightened Tutor
2x Open the Vaults

(Bunch of relevant cycling lands and dual lands)

Hide behind some of the best artifacts/enchantments ever printed, remove any threats, mill them out over an excruciatingly long game, win.