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Tuesday, August 30, 20115
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GUEST: Will Blueotter, White Roots of Peace Council
In the recent video Comet Elenin Forecast for 9/2011 to 1/2012 and the Hopi Blue Star Kachinaby Marshall Masters, a the case is made that this approaching object may just be the dreaded harbinger of Hopi prophecy. So why does this video focus on Hopi prophecy for these times as opposed to other sources, more familiar to many? In a word, experience.
When times are good, prophecy is generally viewed as a puzzle to pass the time. However, when events bring us face-to-face with our own mortality and the fragility of the complex civilization we’ve built, that quickly changes. This is when we turn to familiar sources, such as the Bible or predictions by notable seers like Nostradamus. Yet, shouldn’t we cast our nets a bit further?
If so, the old axiom, “consider the source” offers us a clear litmus test. What it tells us about the prophecies and predictions of the Bible, Nostradamus and other known Western sources, is that they were all given long after the last global cataclysm occurred – that being the Ten Plagues of Exodus.
So how does Native American prophecy compare? Here is where the source ancestry is the strongest possible because the prophecies of ancient indigenous peoples such as the Hopi, are the direct result of what their ancient ancestors experienced during previous global cataclysms. Furthermore, these prophecies are celebrated with ancient living folklore that predates Western sources of prophecy as well.
To help put this in perspective with an inside view of how Native Americans see our present times, Will Blueotter of the White Roots of Peace Council will explain end times from their perspective and what they’re doing about it. GO