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Tavibo's vision concluded that Native Americans would return to live in a restored environment and that only believers in his revelations would be resurrected.
This religion spread to many tribes on reservations in the West, including the Shoshone, Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Sioux (Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota).
The Earth Lodge Religion was founded in northern California and southern Oregon tribes such as the Wintun.
It spread to tribes such as the Achomawi, Shasta, and Siletz, to name a few.
Traditional beliefs are usually passed down in the forms of oral histories, stories, allegories and principles, and rely on face to face teaching in one's family and community.In 1870, a Ghost Dance was founded by the Paiute prophet Wodziwob, and in 1889–1890, a Ghost Dance Religion was founded by Wovoka (Jack Wilson), who was also a Northern Paiute.The Ghost Dance was meant to serve as a connection with traditional ways of life and to honor the dead while predicting their resurrection.The Earth Lodge Religion impacted the later religious practice, the Dream Dance, belonging to the Klamath and the Modoc."Ghost Dance" is a very general term that encompasses different religious revitalization movements in the Western United States.Many adherents of traditional spiritual ways also attend Christian services, at least some of the time, which can also affect statistics.Since the 80 years of those prior legal persecutions ended with AIRFA, some sacred sites in the United States are now protected areas under law.The United States is often considered the melting pot of cultures, which is a great thing.We have millions of people with different backgrounds and viewpoints from whom we can learn.All Native Americans would inherit this world, including those who were already dead, in order to live eternally without suffering.In order to reach this reality, Wovoka stated that all Native Americans should live honestly, and shun the ways of whites (especially the consumption of alcohol).