Pontiac Native Americans
Ashley Alfalfa Connection with the Great Spirit Pontiac was a Native American born to the Ottawa tribe and allied with the French. Being during this time the invasions of land by others was very popular; the thoughts of being conquered were always in the back of Native Americans minds. Once the British came and took over Pontiac land in modern day Detroit, he decided to go on the conquest to look for this Great Spirit. ” How can you hope, encumbered as you are, to succeed in your design?
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Go down to the foot of the mountain, throw away your gun, your ammunition, your provisions, and your clothing; wash yourself in he stream which flows there, and you will then be prepared to stand before the Mast of Life. ” This quote is related too religious view of finding the Great Spirit and the way to God. It will allow Pontiac to find himself again as a Native American and bring back the knowledge to all his tribe to rekindle the idea of their lives before the Europeans had entered their land. L am the Maker of heaven and earth, the trees, lakes, rivers, and all things else. I am the Maker of mankind; and because I love you, you must do my will. The land on which you live I have made for you, and not for there. ” This is the explanation of Pontiac connection and meeting of the Great Spirit. He connects with this entity and really finds his way of life. In relation it is the same connection as Moses had with God. We publish Pontiac speech on the assumption- a guess, to be sure – that there is a strong likelihood that we spoke words to this effect on the basis of his knowledge of the Delaware prophet. ” This here states that the speech provided in this anthology was an assumption of Pontiac words, which makes for an interesting debate on if this is Just an European depiction f how things were said to embed the ideas of Christianity into the minds of Native Americans through their own people.
Most Native American stories are unwritten and Just verbally transmitted through generations. With this maybe the idea of a higher entity to bring Natives back to their own ways of life was Just a secret way of getting them to convert into the Christian way of life through their own stories. Later on in the speech Pontiac tells of these tablets that were show to him to bring back to his people as a guideline to a way of life. This right here is a big red flag to indicate the Ten Commandments and the way of right and wrong in the ways one should live.
His spreading of this would be an easy transition for the Natives to convert into Christianity and the way of the European life style to be inflicted to the Natives at an early stage and slowly fed to them so when it came to introducing them to this new way of life and religion they would have similar beliefs and it wouldn’t be as much of a transition Just a different view of how the morals are being told. Pontiac Native Americans By syllabifies