Native American Prophecies
Native American Prophecies
Talk Given by Lee Brown, 1986 Continental Indigenous Council, Tanana Valley Fairgrounds, Fairbanks, Alaska.
As you wind your way through the prophecies on this site and those you may find elsewhere, you would do well to pay particular attention to the accuracy of those of the Hopi People. Their prophecies are not written in obscure, archaic language, hidden away in dusty tomes. Hopi Elders pass these warnings to the next generations through word of mouth and with reference to ancient rock drawings and tablets, keeping track of those that have been fulfilled and paying close attention to warning signs.
Primary Source: Excerpts, The Hopi Story: Teachings, History, and Prophecies of the Hopi People: as told by Dan Katchongva, Sun Clan. Translated by Danagyumptewa
This talk was recorded on 1/29/70 and was published because Mr. Katchongva hoped that those causing this tragedy could not persist if they had an idea of the purpose behind Hopi resistance to foreign control. Dan agreed to the publication of this booklet on condition that it never be sold, insisting that to sell Hopi teachings would be like selling his own mother. In addition to the prophecies fulfilled during his lifetime, Dan was told by his father that he would live to see the beginning of the final event of this era, the Great Day of Purification. Dan Katchongva died in 1972.
Tags: Prophecy Rock, Dan Katchongva
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The Prophecies of the Hopi People from The Book of the Hopi by Frank Waters. This tidbit of Hopi prophecy, probably the only portion shared with whites at the time, has been reproduced many, many times and is usually the first glimpse of Hopi Prophecy that one encounters when researching the subject.
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From various sources -- chiefly The Hopi Survival Kit by Thomas E. Mails & Chief Dan Evehema
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"North American Indian Prophecies"-- excerpts from a talk given by Lee Brown (Baha'i- Cherokee) at the 1986 Baha'i Continental Indigenous Council, Fairbanks, Alaska
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This article is from a speech given by Lee Brown at the 1996 Continental Indigenous Council held at the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds in Fairbanks, Alaska.
"Each of the world's major religions contain Messianic prophecies. Christians await the return of Christ and the coming of "another comforter. The Jewish scriptures foretell the coming of "another Prophet like Moses and the return of Elijah from heaven. Many Moslems await the appearance of Mahdi and Meseeh. Krishna promised to personally return from age to age. Buddha said that he was not the first Buddha ever to appear and that another "supremely enlightened Buddha was still yet to come. Zoroastrian prophecies foretell the coming of a "World-renovator. Native American prophecies foretell the coming of a bearded white man from the east who will bring teachings which will restore the hoop of unity. Each religion, in its own way, has foretold the coming of a great 'religion restoring', 'world uniting', 'peace bringing' Messiah."
An excerpt from Tom Brown's book, "The Quest", tells of Grandfather's predictions for all of mankind. In the 1920s, an Apache wise man had a Vision of four prophecies that foretold death and destruction for mankind, unless we incorporate Spirit in our daily lives. Two of these prophecies may already have come true.