Little Grandmother (Kiesha Crowther) has drawn fire again, this time from a San Antonio history professor, Al Carroll.
Carroll apparently has written a number of articles debunking people who claim to be Indian shamans.
The article is long and can be read at http://www.2012hoax.org/tribe-of-many-colors-or-tribe-of-many-dollars
Carroll claims himself to be an unenrolled Mescalero Apache, with Mexican and Irish background.
Carroll himself has his detractors: for instance, http://newagefraud.blogspot.com/2007/10/is-al-carroll-apache-or-fraud.html .
Carroll’s article is more measured than the last one, but, like the last one, offers the reader no references that might help establish its factual basis. We’re again asked to accept or reject it based on our supposition that what he says is true. But I have no idea if what he says is actually true and I have no means at my disposal and not enough time available to research and assess it.
Carroll disputes Kiesha’s heritage, status, education, support, fees, and predictions. He associates Little Grandmother with a catastrophic view of 2012, which I personally am not aware of.
Certainly Carroll has placed an obstacle in the path of Little Grandmother’s work. However I encourage people to use discretion in assessing his arguments. It’s not necessarily true that where there’s smoke there’s fire. Many attacks on lightworkers have been made banking on readers jumping to that conclusion.
People who attack others have the advantage that most readers only read the attack, which then leaves a taint in the reader’s mind which is often not erased.
Without seeing a well-documented, well-supported case, I personally am unwilling to make a decision on the allegations, even if I note them.