"Message from Hopi Elders"
Message from Hopi Elders
[Did that message come via e-mail?]
You have been telling the people that this is the Eleventh Hour, now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour. And there are things to be considered: Where are you living? What are you doing? What are your relationships? Are you in right relation? Where is your water? Know your garden. It is time to speak your Truth. Create your community. Be good to each other. And do not look outside yourself for the leader. This could be a good time!
[The Eleventh Hour before election day, November 5.]
There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly. Know the river has its destination. The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above the water.
[Let go of your common sense and drown in the Obama river.]
See who is in there with you and celebrate. At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally. Least of all, ourselves. For the moment that we do, our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt. The time of the lone wolf is over. Gather yourselves! Banish the word struggle from your attitude and your vocabulary. All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration. We are the ones we've been waiting for.
["We are the ones we've been waiting for?" Hey, Barack Obama should sue those Hopi Elders for plagiarism. Perhaps he should turn that task over to Joe Biden.]
The Hopi have a prophecy (see the Native American group) and it seems that part of it has begun with a great river flowing fast up to the shores (could it be the Mississippi River is my thought).
[Sorry but the Hopis of the Southwest were completely unaware of the Mississippi River. Back to square one.]
In any event, this is some thoughtful reading for COLUMBUS DAY I think.
[Columbus Day OBSERVED. There's a difference. And now we Hopi over to the other DUmmies...]
Do you have a link to this? My peace action group would love to read something like this.
[Google "Phony Hopi Messages."]
I don't have a link it came in the email to me yesterday from one of the many Native American lists that I am on.
[I swear that I didn't read the above when I asked if the Hopi Elders message came via e-mail.]
My mother grew up with the Hopi and I've been studying their prophecy for many years now. Supposedly, the elders have been silent for a long time now as they went to live out the rest of their lives in their caves high up on the cliffs in Arizona in about 1990 as they had warnings that now is the time for their prophecy to begin.
[Living in a cave high up on the Arizona cliffs? Is that like living in a basement deep in Mommy's house?]
The part about the river did it for me when I thought about the Mississippi overflowing and everyone was trying to shore it up. In fact, I remember posting about it and telling people to forget this plan as it would not work. That was before I even knew of this particular part of the prophecy.
[Yeah like Hopis of ancient times living in Arizona somehow knew about the Mississippi River. How? By watching TV?]
wisdom, real wisdom. thank you for this wonderful thing.
[Awesome. I just love the wisdom of these fake Hopi Elders messages written by burnt out hippies.]
his has been kicking around the net for years. And I have always wondered where the hell it came from. No Hopi elder is ever identified. I suppose it's just from a generic Hopi elder? A generic Hope message?
[Generic Hopi Elder messages inspired by watching way too many Billy Jack movies.]
My grandfather was inducted into the Bear Clan by the Hopis in about 1900. He was born on the Hopi reservation to German immigrants in 1895. I have a bunch of interesting old photos and letters from those days. All their metaphors and imagery are about water.
[Posted the wannabee Billy Jack.]
I have all of my late mother's things. She was adopted by the Cherokee and ended up spending a good part of her life in Arizona as they had moved there from Louisiana in the 1920s. They are an amazing people and I remember her stories about going to school with them. She said that they "came on horseback to school when they could make it". It was rough times indeed.
[It sounds more like your mother was adopted by the Yenta tribe.]
The "True Americans" have spoken and it is good. I often think if one of the Palinites were next to one of the Hopi or Zuni, Zia, Laguna,(the local SW tribes) who I have deep affection for, or just someone who looks like Sitting Bull and I asked them.."What country is that person from?" How long would it take for them to get around to saying "America???!!!"
[How long would it take them to work the leather strap into your mouth?]
This was directly from a good friend of mine named ChoQosh Auh-Ho-Oh and was given to her by the Iroquois Elder “Uncle John”
[LIAR! I happen to know your friend is actually named ChoSquash Ahh-Umm-Duh!]
And the time of waiting is over. Time to start doing.
Time to watch "Koyaanisqatsi" again...
[Also "The Trial of Billy Jack."]