Hiloha Homa (Red Thunder) is of the Chahta (Chaktaw) & Siksika (Blackfoot) First Nation Tribes of Turtle Island (North America), and is a spiritual artist and sacred nature communicator and messenger. He works extensively with water medicine, encouraging people to be conscious of the Water. Hiloha’s culture and medicine is deeply connected to the waters of life.
His work is informed by the power of Grandmother Water and Earth, sharing knowledge of his path and wisdom passed on to him by his elders in all his spiritual and creative artwork, teachings and guidance. His visual, auditory and alter-sensory arts concepts and expressions are shaped by his many different spiritual influences revolving around his original Turtle Islander heritage.
Hiloha is a multidimensional spiritual visionary and artist, who’s transcendental artistic expression seeks to harmonize with and capture the organic human progress in tune with the natural flows of the universe not dictated by technology, helping people to see higher spirit worlds & connect with our nature relatives. He works with various sacred media, including sacred nature photography, painting, song & traditional instruments, dance, Hiloha is a traditional wisdom keeper and teacher, traditional fire tender with the elders, water medicine carrier, pow wow singer, dancer. He is also a professional actor in various indigenous documentaries and an inspirational film called “Red Blood”, depicting a guiding ancestor in traditional Choctaw regalia and full body painting.
Sedona Sacred Journeys:
Hiloha offers specialized journeys on the land…