My Home. My heart. This is Cherokee country and the home of my ancestors. I am intricately connected to my ancestors and my ancestral home, Grandfather mountain in North Carolina USA. It is where my grandmother was born. As with my Cherokee ancestors, I've always been into nature, animals, art, and thinking creatively. This is reflected through my art work and the connections I make to the natural world.
My ancestors are a part of me and they influence who I am and the way I see the world. It is through their experiences and wisdoms that I am able to connect to the world in the way I do. I have learnt we all see things differently. Seeing things differently is what makes us unique.
I feel the closest to my ancestors when living, dreaming and creating natural things. I feel closest to my ancestors in the place of my ancestors.
My Ancestoral Connections
One of my ancestors was named Esther Ruby (her English married name). Her given Cherokee name was Anagalisgv which means "lightning touched her." She got that name from the white streak in the back of her hair that grew after she was hit by lightning as a child
My surname - Hagenseiker means "forges iron in woods" in old German. My Dad and his father and their fathers before them were metal workers. They connected to the earth using metal. Using metal enabled them to earn a living and live their lives.
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