nada

Clinical Psychologist Ph.D

Born in an old log cabin in the Idaho Wilderness, nada became a Clinical Psychologist Ph.D., and Biblical scholar. He also earned a Master Degree in Visual Arts. During his career, he translated original Greek and Aramaic texts and was an ordained minister.

 

In his early childhood years, his part Cherokee Nation mother ran a pack-mule team and his half Shoshone father was a tribal trapper. Much of nada’s knowledge of Native lore was learned from his father and an old Umpqua Indian man, who lived alone in a cabin nearby. The stories he tells are based on the beliefs and traditions of the Native American people he intimately knew, including his much loved Lummi tribes of the Pacific Northwest. 

 

nada chose to spell his name with a lower case n for personal reasons.

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