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Manitonquat (AKA Medicine Story; born Francis Story Talbot, July 17, 1929, died July 21, 2018), was an American author of two books, and several more self-published booklets on New Age philosophy, spirituality, and community sociology. He has led workshops and rituals at the Rainbow Gatherings held by the Rainbow Family. Since the 1970s, he has toured the United States and Europe teaching and lecturing on the adaptation of the application of philosophy to modern problems of society, community, and relationships.

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  • Manitonquat (AKA Medicine Story; born Francis Story Talbot, July 17, 1929, died July 21, 2018), was an American author of two books, and several more self-published booklets on New Age philosophy, spirituality, and community sociology. He has led workshops and rituals at the Rainbow Gatherings held by the Rainbow Family. Since the 1970s, he has toured the United States and Europe teaching and lecturing on the adaptation of the application of philosophy to modern problems of society, community, and relationships.
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  • Manitonquat (AKA Medicine Story; born Francis Story Talbot, July 17, 1929, died July 21, 2018), was an American author of two books, and several more self-published booklets on New Age philosophy, spirituality, and community sociology. He has led workshops and rituals at the Rainbow Gatherings held by the Rainbow Family. Since the 1970s, he has toured the United States and Europe teaching and lecturing on the adaptation of the application of philosophy to modern problems of society, community, and relationships. Manitonquat was a member of the Assonet Band, a nonprofit corporation created in 1990 and based in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The group asserts a connection with the Wampanoag Nation but is not recognized by the state or Federal Government as a tribe, and has been criticized for not requiring proof of Wampanoag heritage as a condition of membership. Manitonquat states in his biographical notes and publicity materials that he is a spiritual elder of the band. He was associated with the prominent German intentional community ZEGG and the "peace research village" Tamera in Portugal.
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