Rock 'n Roll Indians: A Spiritual Allegory fulfills ancient American Indian prophecies by returning legends from tribal creation myths to modern times. From the 1973 siege of Wounded Knee to the civil war in El Salvador, four extraordinary individuals experience spiritual journeys that are messy, sublime, sometimes hilarious, and often mystical. By the time they connect with one ather and are guided by Indian medicine people and an African-American holy woman, they understand their true identities as divine beings united by a common purpose: to teach humans to discover their inner divine nature in time for humanity's shift to higher consciousness.
Toni Wolf grew up on the Kansas prairie, the daughter of a Scottish Cherokee father and a Christian Scientist mother. After earning a degree in English literature, she became a teacher and a journalist. Wolf has studied metaphysics and American Indian thought and culture for more than thirty years. She is the author of the White Buffalo Calf Woman trilogy, a trio of spiritual novels that explores Siouxian creation myths, Indian issues, and the spiritual life in modern times.