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Tsi-ya Sa / BlueOtter...
a BIA "Category 4" Chickamauga Cherokee Wolf
Clan descendant enrolled in a state recognized Cherokee
My personal message to cynics of all religions and races: "There are many
more things in this world, dear Horatio, than are even dreamed of in our
philosophy!" William Shakespeare from Hamlet
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"Someday the world will be covered by a giant spider web..."
Oklahoma Cherokee elder's Prophecy, circa 1950,
which is being related to every incoming Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma employee
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Just as the Indian Unity Movement founder, Tuscarora Sachem Mad Bear
Anderson predicted -- All the Native American prophecies, myths and legends
would be published in One Place... and compared with those of all all Native
Please take the time to enjoy the unique message of
these spirit-filled Native American Indian Prophecies, deeply spiritual and
symbolic. To fully appreciate the meaning conveyed by each requires much
reflective thought and introspection, such as thinking "What have I done
to either help fulfill this conditional prophecy, or to help avert the dire
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A good place to start is with the Prophecy Listing,
the yellow bar on the left hand side of this page.
Many Native American and other Indigenous nations, worldwide, have
their own "accepted" prophecy, and some, like the Hopi, have extensive prophecies
that surpass all other nation's prophecies in scope... but have some
among them that may "disavow" the prophecies, as well as those who do encourage
others to study them. In the case of the Hopi Prophecy, some of the
Traditionalists, entrusted with their safekeeping, had knowledge of the time
it should be exposed to the world, and were entrusted from generation to
generation with the responsibility of doing so. Other Hopis felt that
these "prophecykeepers" did not have their "permission," but a few
traditionalist Hopi elders, David Monongye, J. Pongayesva, P. Sewemanewa,
Dan Evahema, and A. Howesa went ahead and published them anyway, in the
"Techqua Ikachi" Newsletter.
The rest is history, and those Hopi who broke the story
were shunned by many others for the rest of their lives. They did this to
get the facts to YOU! Since then, many other Native American Indian prophecies
have come to light, and now they are gathered together in one place, here
on this website and not elsewhere, just as Mad Bear Anderson, a 6 Nations
(Iroquois Confederacy) Tuscarora Sachem, predicted before his passing
into spirit in 1985. His guiding spirit has been felt in the gathering of
the material for this much emulated website.
On each native prophecy article page, you may find
a link to their nation, or a related website, plus and a thumbnail listing
of the related posters and arts prints on exhibit for sale using secure
transactions. Your purchases from this website will help ensure this
message goes out to the world.
By clicking on the thumbnail image or the title of
the art work you will be taken to a detail page for the art work. Near the
bottom of this page is the ordering information for the print. You will also
find a navigation menu for your convenience.
Only Native American or otherwise
Native Indigenous peoples prophecies are emphasized at this site, with others
provided for comparison and study, as Mad Bear envisioned in his prophecy.
Miqmac Message to the UN:
"All the prophecies from the other nations now coincide and complement
each other" by David
Gehue, Miqmac Nation
"The old people must start talking and the young people must start listening."
Traditionalist Hopi Spokesman
Prophecy (prof'e-si) n. [pl. PROPHECIES (-siz)],[ME.
prophecie; OFr. prophecie, prophetie; LLP. prophetia; Gr. prophetieia, prophetes]
1. Prediction of the future under the influence of divine guidence; act or
practice of a prophet. 2. Any prediction 3. Something prophesied or predicted;
specifically the utterance or utterances of a prophet.
Words as shared by Traditional Algonquin
William Commanda - "They will retrace their steps .."
THE SEVENTH PROPHET who came among the people long ago was different.
He was young and had a strange look in his eyes. He said, "In the time of
the seventh Fire new people will emerge. They will retrace their steps to
find what was left by the side of the trail long ago. Their steps will take
them to the Elders, who they will ask to guide them on their journey. But
many of the Elders will have fallen asleep. They will awaken to this new
time with nothing to offer. Some of the Elders will be silent out of fear.
But most of the Elders will be silent because no one will ask anything of
them." William Commanda, Traditional Algonquin Elder
There is a River - Statement given to ChoQosh Auh-Ho-Oh by the
Iroquois Elder "Uncle John"
There is a river flowing very fast. It is so swift that there are
those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore.They will
feel that they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly. Know that the
river has a 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 waters. And I say, 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 we do our
spiritual growth comes to a halt.
The time of the lone wolf is over. Gather yourselves together. Banish
the word Struggle from your attitude and vocabulary. All that we do now must
be done in a sacred manner and in Celebration!
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