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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Native American
  • Language:English
  • Pages:156
  • eBook ISBN:9780979209987

The History of the Hopi From Their Origins In Lemuria

by Oswald White Bear Fredericks and Kaih Khristé King

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Overview
Adventures — Hopi Migrations — Hopi Prophecies — about Lemuria and the rise and fall of Atlantis — the truth about Kachinas — a look into Clan ceremonies, Hopi legends and more. It's all inside! The Migrations of the Hopi People are the History of Humanity.
Description
Adventures — Hopi Migrations — Hopi Prophecies — about Lemuria and the rise and fall of Atlantis — the truth about Kachinas — a look into Clan ceremonies, Hopi legends and more. It's all inside! The Migrations of the Hopi People are the History of Humanity. In the pages of this book you will come to know White Bear as a man. And experience his walk with a “Man” from the stars, a Man he called “The Master” — a Man Christians know as Jesus Christ. This book tells us of the destructive history of mankind. And that if we do not shift our consciousness into a higher place we will destroy the world we live in. This book tells us of a World waiting to be occupied. The Fifth World can be entered by changing our relationships with each other, and by respecting our planet and all Creator's Creation. The Fifth World can only be entered through a corridor of Loving Kindness, from the Heart.
About the author
White Bear was a full-blooded Hopi, born in Oraibi, which is considered the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the United States. He was a member of the Coyote Clan and a nephew of Wilson Tawakwaptiwa, village chief of Oraibi. The blood of his ancestors is that of great seers and mystical people. Born with the knowledge of his forefathers he carried the sacred legends with him throughout his life. White Bear was a prophet and historian, a singer, a painter and carver. Arizona considered him the Native American Artist of Arizona for many years. Senator Barry Goldwater collected White Bear’s paintings and carved kachina dolls. It is said the collection, now languishes in a museum in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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