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The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala… (1953)

de Joseph Epes Brown, Black Elk

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Black Elk of the Sioux has been recognized as one of the truly remarkable men of his time in the matter of religious belief and practice. Shortly before his death in August, 1950, when he was the "keeper of the sacred pipe," he said, "It is my prayer that, through our sacred pipe, and through this book in which I shall explain what our pipe really is, peace may come to those peoples who can understand, and understanding which must be of the heart and not of the head alone. Then they will realize that we Indians know the One true God, and that we pray to Him continually." Black Elk was the only qualified priest of the older Oglala Sioux still living when The Sacred Pipe was written. This is his book: he gave it orally to Joseph Epes Brown during the latter's eight month's residence on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, where Black Elk lived. Beginning with the story of White Buffalo Cow Woman's first visit to the Sioux to give them the sacred pip~, Black Elk describes and discusses the details and meanings of the seven rites, which were disclosed, one by one, to the Sioux through visions. He takes the reader through the sun dance, the purification rite, the "keeping of the soul," and other rites, showing how the Sioux have come to terms with God and nature and their fellow men through a rare spirit of sacrifice and determination. The wakan Mysteries of the Siouan peoples have been a subject of interest and study by explorers and scholars from the period of earliest contact between whites and Indians in North America, but Black Elk's account is without doubt the most highly developed on this religion and cosmography. The Sacred Pipe, published as volume thirty-six in the Civilization of the American Indian Series, will be greeted enthusiastically by students of comparative religion, ethnologists, historians, philosophers, and everyone interested in American Indian life.… (més)
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Par Nicolas (Le blog de Menon), le 8 janvier 2020 (Sur Amazon.fr) 5/5 … ; (en ligne),
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Élan Noir (Hehaka Sapa) était un chef religieux de la tribu des Sioux oglala. Les deux écrits qu'il nous a laissés, ses Mémoires parus sous le titre Élan Noir parle et Les Rites secrets des Indiens sioux, recueillis respectivement par John Neihardt et Joseph Epes Brown, sont considérés comme les deux grands classiques sur la religion des Indiens des Plaines et furent à l'origine de tout le mouvement de renouveau et de réhabilitation en faveur des Indiens. Les Rites secrets des Indiens sioux (The Sacred Pipe) contient l'essence de l'héritage et de la tradition que les Indiens, jusqu'à il y a peu, s'étaient gardé de divulguer : l'histoire de la Pipe Sacrée, les rites de purification, l'imploration d'une vision, la danse sacrée, les rites d'apparentage, le jeu de la balle. Ils estimaient que ces choses étaient trop sacrées pour être communiquées à n'importe qui. Mais aujourd'hui, à l'approche de la fin d'un cycle, ils ont décidé qu'il était permis et même souhaitable de les révéler au grand jour... Lorsque Élan Noir reçut l'histoire de la Pipe Sacrée, le précédent " gardien du Calumet " lui confia qu'elle devait être " transmise de génération en génération. Car tant qu'elle sera connue et que le Calumet sera en usage, notre peuple vivra ; mais dès qu'elle sera oubliée, notre peuple n'aura plus de centre et périra. "
*Je n’ai, pour ma part, rien de plus à ajouter à cette présentation qui, pour une fois, n’a rien de mensonger et donne une très juste image de la beauté et de la noblesse des doctrines exposées.
  Joop-le-philosophe | Mar 11, 2021 |
Not a favourite, a little dry of a read. Informative though. ( )
  melsmarsh | Oct 8, 2018 |
A recorded account of Black Elk's interpretation of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux.
  yellerreads | Jul 5, 2018 |
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Black Elk of the Sioux has been recognized as one of the truly remarkable men of his time in the matter of religious belief and practice. Shortly before his death in August, 1950, when he was the "keeper of the sacred pipe," he said, "It is my prayer that, through our sacred pipe, and through this book in which I shall explain what our pipe really is, peace may come to those peoples who can understand, and understanding which must be of the heart and not of the head alone. Then they will realize that we Indians know the One true God, and that we pray to Him continually." Black Elk was the only qualified priest of the older Oglala Sioux still living when The Sacred Pipe was written. This is his book: he gave it orally to Joseph Epes Brown during the latter's eight month's residence on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, where Black Elk lived. Beginning with the story of White Buffalo Cow Woman's first visit to the Sioux to give them the sacred pip~, Black Elk describes and discusses the details and meanings of the seven rites, which were disclosed, one by one, to the Sioux through visions. He takes the reader through the sun dance, the purification rite, the "keeping of the soul," and other rites, showing how the Sioux have come to terms with God and nature and their fellow men through a rare spirit of sacrifice and determination. The wakan Mysteries of the Siouan peoples have been a subject of interest and study by explorers and scholars from the period of earliest contact between whites and Indians in North America, but Black Elk's account is without doubt the most highly developed on this religion and cosmography. The Sacred Pipe, published as volume thirty-six in the Civilization of the American Indian Series, will be greeted enthusiastically by students of comparative religion, ethnologists, historians, philosophers, and everyone interested in American Indian life.

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