Gabriel of Urantia

Photo Gallery


Gary Farmer, actor & Native American activist and Gabriel of Urantia - May 29, 2011

Gary Farmer, actor & Native American activist and Gabriel of Urantia - May 29, 2011

Gabriel of Urantia and singer / activist Jen Chapin, daughter of Harry Chapin and founder of Why Hunger - Oct. 18, 2003

Gabriel of Urantia and singer / activist Jen Chapin, daughter of Harry Chapin and founder of Why Hunger - Oct. 18, 2003

Left to Right: Niann Emerson Chase, Wallace Black Elk, Gabriel of Urantia - May 5, 2001

Left to Right: Niann Emerson Chase, Wallace Black Elk, Gabriel of Urantia - May 5, 2001

Left to Right: Gabriel of Urantia, Artist Ted DeGRazia, Gabriel's former wife Jerri - 1977

Left to Right: Gabriel of Urantia, Artist Ted DeGRazia, Gabriel's former wife Jerri - 1977

Gabriel of Urantia with Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement (A.I.M) - January 2004

Gabriel of Urantia with Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement (A.I.M) - January 2004

Gabriel of Urantia - May 5, 2001

Gabriel of Urantia - May 5, 2001

Gabriel of Urantia (right), former wife Jerri (middle), and Kleg Seth (left), Founder of Centrum of Hollywood - 1977

Gabriel of Urantia (right), former wife Jerri (middle), and Kleg Seth (left), Founder of Centrum of Hollywood - 1977

Wallace Black Elk and Amadon DellErba - May 5, 2001

Wallace Black Elk and Amadon DellErba - May 5, 2001

Gabriel of Urantia with Blue Thunder (Bennie LeBeau) Eastern Shoshone Tribe Wind River Indian Reservation • Ft. Washakie, Wyoming - July 14, 2006

Gabriel of Urantia with Blue Thunder (Bennie LeBeau) Eastern Shoshone Tribe Wind River Indian Reservation • Ft. Washakie, Wyoming - July 14, 2006

Gabriel of Urantia and Wallance Black Elk - May 5, 2001

Gabriel of Urantia and Wallance Black Elk - May 5, 2001

Gabriel of Urantia and Duane Faw, URANTIA Book S.W. conference, Scottsdale, AZ - 1988

Gabriel of Urantia and Duane Faw, URANTIA Book S.W. conference, Scottsdale, AZ - 1988

Gabriel of Urantia and Russell Means, American Indian Activist and Actor - March 8, 2007

Gabriel of Urantia and Russell Means, American Indian Activist and Actor - March 8, 2007

Harry Charger (Wa-Anaton), Lakota Elder;
Vernon Foster (Taza-Tick-Wick-Widsi-Nana), Klamoth-Modoc (Oregon tribe),
Arizona Representative of A.I.M.;
Gabriel of Urantia;
Clyde Bellecourt (Nee-Gon-Nway-Wee-Dun) Anishinaabe (Minnesota tribe), Founder of A.I.M.
— February 21, 2001 at Future Studios, Sedona, Arizona —

Harry Charger (Wa-Anaton), Lakota Elder; Vernon Foster (Taza-Tick-Wick-Widsi-Nana), Klamoth-Modoc (Oregon tribe), Arizona Representative of A.I.M.; Gabriel of Urantia; Clyde Bellecourt (Nee-Gon-Nway-Wee-Dun) Anishinaabe (Minnesota tribe), Founder of A.I.M. — February 21, 2001 at Future Studios, Sedona, Arizona —

Gabriel of Urantia & Niann & company with Titus, the oldest living Hopi elder.  Titus died 2 weeks later - Fall 1994

Gabriel of Urantia & Niann & company with Titus, the oldest living Hopi elder. Titus died 2 weeks later - Fall 1994

Gabriel as a representative for union causes at a Philadelphia convention, was introduced to then-Governor Milton Shapp.

Gabriel as a representative for union causes at a Philadelphia convention, was introduced to then-Governor Milton Shapp.