Click on this link and read it first.Sand Creek Massacre and the Eucharist
One day, my wife and I discovered the book “A Guide to Healing the Family Tree” by Kenneth McAll, M.D. of England. Dr. McAll, describes many supernatural healings as a result of breaking ancestral curses by the use of the Eucharist. After having some successes healing family trees, we became interested in another observation Dr. McAll had made. He believes that even past atrocities by one group against another can be blotted out by the power of the Eucharist.
Around that time, some close family members were in the process of building a golf course and resort. They hit a point in the construction when nothing was going right. At times, the project teetered on disaster.
My wife had always been moved by the story of the Trail of Tears –the atrocities committed against the Cherokees as they were driven off their land.
The maps of the trail revealed the Cherokees had been brought through the territory. There was evidence that Indians had been on the land where the golf course was being built. Because we had just come off the moving experience regarding the Sand Creek Massacre, we wondered if perhaps the evil that had been perpetrated against the Cherokees, still lingered to curse the land.
We offered to do a Eucharist. It was another of those mystical beautiful days.
Almost immediately, the whole project did an upswing and moved rapidly to success.