A young man ran through the forest as fast as he could. He tripped, fell, got up, and ran some more. The small limbs of the trees whipped his face and arms, leaving welts and small cuts as he ran past them faster and faster. He looked back only to see the blood red eyes of the Indian Devil coming after him. He remembers back to when he was a small boy being so sick he was at death door more dead than alive. His Shaman was there through it all, burning the smudge and chanting using his spiritual powers to heal the boy pulling him back at the last second. After being pulled back his legs were hard to move and he couldn’t breathe so well.
Soon the Shaman healed his body. Then he gave Fire Hawk his name and a new lease on life. Fire Hawk had an old man’s spirit and wanted to become a Shaman. First he must go to the Shakawl the Shaman Council to ask if he could become a Shaman Apprentice. He meets his friends Bobcat, Bright Moon, and Sprocket at the Shakawl
Thunder Cloud was the Shaman who taught White Owl, Fire Hawk’s Shaman. Fire Hawk had been prophesized over 100 years ago. This boy would nearly die and come to the Shakawl having more power than a full Shaman. Having to pass a sacred test to showing he would give his own life to protect the world proving he was worthy of being an Apprentice. Only then could he become a Shaman Apprentice and be trusted to learn the Shakawl’s secrets.
There are many Indian Devils that live among us few of them have a purely Evil Heart! They want to steal the powers of the Shakawl doing anything to take another’s powers, even kill for it.
Come fly with Fire Hawk the Shaman and see how White Owl, Running Bear, and his friends teach the Spirits how to find the Red Road, the Happy Hunting Grounds, and finally able to forgive themselves.
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Harvey Neil Stidston II was born in 1961 the fourth of five children. His family drove from Chicago to Knights Ferry, California in October 1963 with little or nothing. As a child his family lived off the land not having much but the love of their family. They lived in Oakdale, Fresno, on the Hupa Indian Reservation, and then moved to Clovis, California where he resides today. His father Harvey N. Stidston was a farmer, Ag teacher, and maintenance mechanic. His mother Sherry Stidston worked as a waitress, nurse, and clerk for the county. While Harvey attended school his teachers found he had a learning disability in the second grade but never informed him or his family. At that time little was known about dyslexia as his parents took him too many doctors getting little help. He would barely graduate high school in 1980 not knowing why he had a hard time in school. When he attended Fresno City College he was told he was a Dyslexic. Harvey went to Fresno City College and Fresno State College. He worked as a Mechanic, Body man, Line Worker, and Supervisor. He married his wife Anita H. Sanchez in 1983, who worked as a 411 operator in Fresno and then a pre-K teacher in Clovis Ca. They have 4 children three girls and one boy. Harvey would have a hard time reading and writing until the death of his father in 2006. Writing became his way of coping with the sudden death of his father.
Harvey created his first book Fire Hawk The Shaman and is working on the sequel. Hoping to show his Hero Fire Hawk to the World.