February 14, 2020
Musings on Hopi Eschatology:
Coronavirus as a WWIII Precursor
"World War III will be started by those peoples who first received the light [the divine wisdom or intelligence] in the other old countries [India, China, Egypt, Palestine, Africa].
The Book of the Hopi (1963)
ISBN: 0-14-004527-9; p. 334
very major religious group has its "end time" prophecies: Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus . . . I even heard a variety of different eschatological treaties while visiting different Amazonian indigenous groups in the 2009. It might be easy to write of these predictions as mental regurgitations of the psychologically imbalanced were it not for the fact that they were so ubiquitious -- and astonishingly homogenous with only minor differences in detail.
This morning I received the quote above along with a message from a friend. The implication was clear: since nothing in the news can be trusted anymore, and the Elite of our world are just dying (figuratively speaking) to "kick off World War Three," as my friend George Green used to say, we have to ask, "What if?" What if the "Wuhan-bioweapons-lab-in-China" narrative is a misdirection? What if the Chinese, who have little incentive to nuke their economy -- the predictable outcome of this Wuhan epidemic -- come to the conclusion that neocons in the U.S. engineered this release as an attack on the Chinese people? Is there a predictable response from the Chinese, if they come to the conclusion that they have -- for all intents and purposes -- been "nuked" by the United States? That the intnded effects of this attack are every bit as horrific as if the U.S. had sent a dozen ISBM's, armed with the most advanced nuclear weaponry? With direct hits to every major Chinese urban center?
It isn't like the "Deep State" within the U.S. military industrial complex hasn't been executing low level attacks against China for years now -- well before the Trump era. The 2015 bombing of Tianjin with the Pentagon's sophisticated 'Rod of God' space weapon is still fresh in the minds of the Chinese leadership. This -- despite efforts of the mainstream media to paint the suggestion of U.S. involvement with its ubiquitous conspiracy theory brush. (Who knows? Maybe the Chinese bombed themselves -- right?) Then the Chinese saw their entire pork industry decimated in 2019, and the powers that be would have you believe that this massive wipe-out was committed by common criminals using drones --- completely implausible in what is one of the world's most sophisticated security states. Then more recently, concurrent with the COVID-19 attack, we have the ongoing destruction of China's chicken industry with a new avian influenza virus. And who did this -- say those in global authority? Why, the Chinese themselves, of course.
Should we expect the Chinese government and people to tolerate this indefinitely? Or will the Chinese determine that a threshold has now been crossed -- especially now that the Chinese economy has been brought to its knees?
In May, 2007, Cathryn and I attended an indigenous "Wisdom Gathering" in Sedona, Arizona, sponsored by Dr. Chet Snow. The event was headlined by the late Lakota activist, Russell Means, with whom I had the privilege of spending the better part of an hour, but relevant to this article is the private time I was able to spend with Hopi elder, Grandfather Martin Gashweseoma, whose picture you see at left.
On the first day of the conference, five indigenous leaders were given time to address the audience of attendees. When Grandfather Martin, speaking for the Hopi, was given time to talk, he discussed a small delegation of Hopi Elders that had spoken with the leadership of the Russian and Chinese governments. He detailed how both nuclear powers made agreements with the Hopi people that when World War III commenced, that nuclear targets in the U.S. would stay well clear of the Hopi Nation -- which both powers agreed was not a combatant in the eventual nuclear conflagration.
At that very moment, you could see attendees to the conference staring at strangers to the right and left of them, as if to say, "Holy shit! Did he just say what I thought he said?"
The conference ended with a party at Chet Snow's home, which Grandfather Martin attended. I spent about 45 minutes talking to him. I can tell you that much of what Martin related reinforced Waters' earlier work, in terms of the specifics of the Hopi prophecies, including the meaning of the Prophecy Rock, which is detailed in Gregg Braden's 2009 book, Fractal Time. (Braden met with Martin not long after I spoke with him.)
At one point, Martin pointed to a series of dashed lines on another inscribed rock and said, "Do you see this? This is a prophecy about people like you who are meant to leave Turtle Island (North America) and not return before the Great War."
Amazingly, I had not told Martin that Cathryn and I had been planning to leave for nearly a year and, in fact, would actually move less than four months later (Sept., 2007), to Guayaquil, Ecuador. Moreover, I was shocked at the close correlations between Martin's discource on the Hopi prophecies with The Henoch Prophecies, the amazingly accurate predictions that the extraterrestrial Plejaren "Quetzal" made to Billy Meier in February, 1987. Quetzal's predictions regarding the eventual Presidential victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. and the result of the Democratic Party's opposition are bone-chilling.
Nothing is etched in stone in these matters.
Both the Hopi (here on earth) and the Pleiadians (not of this earth) emphasize that prophesies are not predictions. They only become predictions when we fail to exercise free will so that what appears to be eventual becomes avoided.
We can only hope and pray that whatever the result of the Coronavirus epidemic is, that it doesn't take us to a place that brings to fruition these two horrific series of prophecies.