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Snake Blocker

Snake Blocker is your all-American Military, Martial Artist, and Extreme Sportsman that after meeting him you'll know what he stands for and what he won't stand for. And allthough you may have never heard of him, his martial arts website has received over 25 million hits since 2004. Snake was recently featured on Spike TV on the Show "Deadliest Warrior" (2009-2010).

Snake is Native American (Lipan Apache) and he is well known among the Native Community as he teaches seminars on their fighting culture and designs Native theme fighting knives. Snake was interviewed at the Jicarilla Apache Reservation's Radio Station, KCIE 90.5 FM (2009). Click on the link bellow to listen and download his interview:

Deadliest Warrior Interview with Snake Blocker & Alan Tafoya | Download/Play

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Alan Tafoya interviews with Jay & Kirby Productions about The Deadliest Warrior show and talks about some Apache History and Tactics | Download/Play

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Snake Blocker's interview with Jay & Kirby Productions about The Deadliest Warrior show and talks about some Apache History and Tactics | Download/Play

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Where does his name come from?

The Lipan Apaches see the snake to be a very misunderstood creature by many outsiders. It is not to be thought of as a representation of evil, but as a symbol of strength. By shedding its skin, the snake symbolizes change in the cycle of birth, life, death, and eternal life. It counts among its strengths the power of creation; power of sexuality; power to know one's self, as well as, of transformation. Snake-people are rare, because as part of their experiences, they have to have to come into contact with poison and have been able to transform the poison in their bodies into something harmless. The snake belongs to the element of fire, which causes desire and passion in the physical realm and in the spiritual realm, creating a connection with God and wisdom. Whenever the snake appears in your dreams, it is a sign of change as you come ever closer to your destiny and true goals. The snake is also used to mark rivers...for snake-people flow and adapt like a river. The snake is also associated with flashes of lightning, as both are feared for their speed and deadly power. Very few Apaches are given this name because of the value attached to it.

 

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