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_Hopi Legend of Shambhala _ (http://www.livinginthelightms.com/hopi.html)
_and the Sacred Mountain Mount Meru_
* Read a preview of the upcoming book, ’_In Search of Shambhala’_
What Do These Two Areas Have In Common?
Hopis call themselves Hopitu - The Peaceable People
Hopis, meaning good, peaceful or wise, live in northeastern Arizona at the
southern end of the Black Mesa. A mesa is the name given to a small
isolated flat-topped hill with three steep sides called the 1st Mesa, 2nd Mesa,
and the 3rd Mesa. On the mesa tops are the Hopi villages called pueblos.
The pueblo of Oraibi on the 3rd Mesa started in 1050, and is the oldest in
North America that was lived in continuously. Read about _Black Mesa and Holy
Mountain, Mt. Meru_
Evidence suggest that _the Hopi_
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_leyenda_hopi.htm) consist of the descendants of various groups that entered
the country from the north, the east, and the south, and that a series of
movements covered a period of probably three centuries, and perhaps
Related to people of the various Pueblos to the east, the Hopis never
actually had a single group identity--they were independent villages, sharing
with the Zuni and other Pueblos a basic culture and view of the sacred,
while sharing among themselves their own (Uto-Aztecan) language base.
ASTRONOMY - ET’S - UFO’S
Native Americans believed in constellations in many cases they believed in
the same formations for stars that we do. Their constellations seemed to
be marked by the same knowledge that western civilizations on the other part
of the globe was aware of. They call them by different names but the star
arrangements were very similar.
They believed in maps that have been drawn. That they existed at the
center of the earth or Turtle Island. That beyond them was the sky and that
beyond the sky were dimensional portals or sky holes as they called them.
Beyond the dimensional portals was an area that they call the Ocean of Pitch,
were the beauty of the night sky and the galaxies spun out towards them.
Beyond that were the boundaries of the universe. And that set along the rim at
the boundaries of the universe were 4 different extraterrestrial groups.
They believed in Achivas the sacred ceremonial places to honor the earth.
These are the places that _Shaman_
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_chaman.htm) would go into the earth to do their most sacred work. The
reason that Achivas are built into the earth for sacred work is because
according to legend, at the destruction at each of the ages of mankind the people
that were pure of heart went down into the buxom of the earth and there
remained protected. According to them they dwelt in the center of the earth
with a group of beings that they call the Ant People.
Drawings of the Ant People are remarkable similar to the Grey aliens of
today - large heads - little stocky bodies - long spindly fingers - in some
cases 4, 5, or 6 digits.
Some of these drawings have the indication of telepathic thought waves
coming from the beings’ head themselves.
The Native Americans believed that the home of the Kachinas was on top of
a mountain where there were great cloud formations. Today we know that UFO’
s often hide in what we call Lenticular Clouds, which are cloud formations
that seem to be produced to conceal the ships from the visible eye
spectrum. Real lenticular clouds move with the rest of the clouds. Whereas the UFO
clouds do not - often sitting 5 hours in one place.
* The Hopis called _the Pleiadians_
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_pleyades.htm) the Chuhukon, meaning those who cling together. They
considered themselves direct descendents of the Pleiadians.
* The Navajos named the Pleiades the Sparkling Suns or the Delyahey,
the home of the Black God.
* The Iroquois pray to them for happiness.
* The Cree came to have come to earth from the stars in spirit form
first and then became flesh and blood.
* Each year a medicine man performs the green corn dance where he
takes 7 ears of corn from 7 fields of the 7 clans to insure a healthy
* Early Dakota stories speak of the Tiyami home of the ancestors as
being the Pleiades. Astronomy tells us that the Pleiades rise with the sun
in May and that when you die your spirit returns south to the seven
* They believe that Mythic Mountain is actually the home of the
Kachinas. This mountain top is a sacred one. Being the home of the kachina
spirits it is the place where all of the large mythic beings they honor in
their rituals land.
* "We come as clouds to bless the Hopi people" is a quote passed
from generation to generation.
The Hopi Indian UFOs
Hopi Indian legends tell of a sure certainty in the future that the tribe’
s faithful will be lifted to other planets on the Day of Purification. And
they watch and wait for the UFO’s that will take them there. The Christian
version of the rapture??
The legend is borne of an ancient rock carving near Mishongnovi, AZ,
depicting a dome-shaped saucer object and maiden that has become a core part of
the tribe’s religious beliefs. Elders in the Hopi community have said they
perceive UFOs as having a direct connection with the old petroglyph drawing
and the foretelling of visitors from space who arrive for the Day of
On that day, "all wicked people and wrong-doers will be punished or
destroyed," said the Prescott Daily Courier in 1995. The newspaper reported on a
visit to Prescott by Hope Chief Dan Katchongva, who with two others from
the tribe came to investigate "the rash of UFOs in the summer of 1970.
The chief told the newspaper that,
"we believe other planets are inhabited and that our prayers are heard
there. The arrow on which the dome-shaped object rests stands for travel
through space. The Hopi maiden on the dome-shaped drawing represents purity.
Those Hopi who survive Purification Day will travel to other planets. We, the
faithful Hopi have seen the ships and know they are true."
Chief Katchongva also told of Hopi prophecies that say his people will be
divided three times before the True White Brother arrives to take the
faithful away. He said the first division occurred in 1906, when Chief Yukiuma
were driven from the old town of Oraibi to Hoteville. The second division,
said the chief, happened in 1969, when contact was made with a flying
saucer that whispered a message to the tribe.
The third division is said to be the precursor of the Purification day,
and until it arrives, the chief told the newspaper, "many Hopi men wear
their bang haircut that represents a window from which they continue to look
for the True White Brother who will arrive with matching pieces of the stone
But Chief Dan Katchongva won’t see the day come or perhaps he will. He’s
been missing since 1972, lost to the tribe while walking to a valley where
a UFO had just been seen.
Staff Writer Sally Suddock - X-Factor Magazine
Kachinas are also used in the Hopi tribes. They are connected to powerful
ancestor spirits called to bring rain to help the crops grow. There are
over 300 different Kachinas. There is a prophecy about the return of the Blue
Kachina to herald in the Fifth Age of Man.
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_leyenda_hopi1.htm) are very famous - but as with all prophecies - their timeline became
invalid after 1939 when space/time altered.
The concepts are fundamentally correct but the timeline for them to play
out is undetermined.
The Hopi Indians are the Record Keepers of the Native Americans.
The people of the Southwest, along with the Southeast had full-time
religious leaders with shrines or temple buildings. Most Native Americans believe
that in the universe there exists an Almighty, a spiritual force that is
the source of all life. The Almighty belief is not pictured as a man in the
sky, but is believed to be formless and exist in the universe. The sun is
viewed as the power of the Almighty.
They are not worshipping the sun, but praying to the Almighty, and the sun
is a sign and symbol for that. Native Americans show less interest in an
afterlife unlike the Christians. They assume the souls of the dead go to
another part of the universe where they have a new existence carrying on
everyday activities like they were still alive. They are just in a different
The religious and ceremonial life of the Hopi centers in the kiva, which
is simply a room, wholly or partly subterranean and entered by way of ladder
through an opening in the flat roof. While the membership of the kiva
consists principally of men and boys from certain clan or clans, there is no
case in which all the members of a kiva belong to one clan - a condition
inseparable from the provision that a man may change his kiva membership, and
in fact made necessary by the existence of more clans than kivas. It is
probable, nevertheless, that originally the kivas were clan institutions."
HOPI SNAKE PRIEST
The Navajo name for the Hopi is Anazazi which means "ancient enemies".
The cliff painting of the Mesa Verde and other areas are said to be
"guides" for their warriors and they claim that the "snake-shaped" mounds in the
eastern United States were built by their ancestors.
The "Snake Dance" is performed even today. The dance takes about two
weeks to prepare and the snakes are gathered and watched over by the children.
The snakes are usually rattle snakes and are dangerous but no harm seems to
befall the children. Before the dance begins the dancers take an emetic
(probably a sedative herb or hallucinogenic) and then dance with the snakes
in their mouths.
There is usually an Antelope Priest in attendance who helps with the
dance, sometimes stroking the snakes with a feather or supporting their weight.
After the dance the snakes are released to carry the prayers of the
_For more on Snake Click Here_
Beside the trail that leads from the Hopi mesas to an ancient shrine where
salt was gathered in the Grand Canyon, a large boulder bears the markings
of clans which carved their emblems into the rock each time they passed on
From various quarters, the Hopi have brought with them in their migration
from other regions or have borrowed from other pueblo a mass of religious
practices, and the result is a complex presenting many anomalies and
obscurities. They recognize a very large number of deities, and of none can it be
said that he is supreme. The explanation may be that that each was the
principal deity of some one group that entered into the making of the present
Hopi people. Numerous ceremonies are performed at proscribed times, which
are determined by the position of the rising sun with reference to certain
landmarks or by the moon.
Many of the mysteries of the Anasazi have been solved in the last 20
years. Archaeologists are fascinated by what they’ve been discovering about what
has been the biggest puzzle of all: How did an entire civilization and
culture just suddenly vanish from the face of the planet about 650 years ago?
Before serious study was given to the disappearance of the Anasazi, this
central mystery had fueled a whole raft of theories, especially among New
Age and UFO groups: The Anasazi had been lifted off in space ships; they had
discovered portals into other dimensions of space and time; or they had
mastered nodal energy centers that are scattered around the whole region. (A
few hundred miles away, in Sedona, Arizona, you can help the local economy
by taking a Jeep tour to conveniently located nodal points just outside of
However, piece by careful piece, a more sobering explanation and history
of the Anasazi has emerged over the years as follows, according to most
The ancestors of the Anasazi came to Angel Canyon at least 10,000 years
ago. A thousand years ago, they had become a peaceful farming society that
could turn its attention to studying the stars, building observatories,
creating beautiful art, and spreading their culture across the Southwest.
The Anasazi culture built its capital city at Chaco Canyon in New Mexico.
Society soon became centralized as political/religious leaders asserted
themselves and took control, building roads to outlying colonies and trade
routes to other civilizations, in particular the Toltecs of Mexico.
Then, about 800 years ago, the economy began to collapse. The land had
been overworked and when a drought set in, the leaders at Chaco Canyon became
more tyrannical. The small, still-peaceful communities like those at Angel
Canyon found themselves suddenly victims of the ruling classes. They moved
their homes into caves high in the cliff walls and prepared to defend
To add to the woes of the Anasazi, there is evidence of bands of roaming
Toltec outlaws invading their small communities, terrorizing the people,
then murdering them and - one of the most shocking recent discoveries - eating
Rather than fighting back, the Anasazi people responded with a mass
exodus. Over a period of just a few years, around 1350, they just walked away
from the troubles that had beset them. They abandoned their ancestral lands
and migrated south, eventually building a new culture and religion that we
know as the Hopi.
(The Hopi reject the name Anasazi which is a Navajo word meaning "enemy of
my ancestors," and prefer to call them the Hisatsinom, or Old Ones.)
From the Roof of the World to the Land of Enchantment
The Tibet-Pueblo Connection
Excerpt by Antonio Lopez
In the incongruous atmosphere of the Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, an
extraordinary encounter took place in 1979. During the Dalai Lama’s first
visit to North America, he met with three Hopi elders. The spiritual leaders
agreed to speak in only in their Native tongues. Through Hopi elder and
interpreter Thomas Benyakya, delegation head Grandfather David’s first words to
the Dalai Lama were: "Welcome home."
The Dalai Lama laughed, noting the striking resemblance of the turquoise
around Grandfather David’s neck to that of his homeland. He replied: "And
where did you get your turquoise?"
Since that initial meeting, the Dalai Lama has visited Santa Fe to meet
with Pueblo leaders, Tibetan Lamas have engaged in numerous dialogues with
Hopis and other Southwestern Indians, and now, through a special resettlement
program to bring Tibetan refugees to the United States, New Mexico has
become a central home for relocated Tibetan families.
As exchanges become increasingly common between Native Americans and
Tibetans, a sense of kinship and solidarity has developed between the cultures.
While displacement and invasion have forced Tibetans to reach out to the
global community in search of allies, the Hopi and other Southwestern Native
Americans have sought an audience for their message of world peace and
harmony with the earth. In the context of these encounters are the activities
of writers and activists who are trying to bridge the two cultures. A
flurry of books and articles have been published, arguing that Tibetans and
Native Americans may share a common ancestry.
The perception of similarity between Native Americans of the Southwest and
the Tibetans is undeniably striking. Beyond a common physicality and
turquoise jewelry, parallels include the abundant use of silver and coral, the
colors and patterns of textiles and long braided hair, sometimes decorated,
worn by both men and women.
When William Pacheco, a Pueblo student, visited a Tibetan refugee camp in
India, people often spoke Tibetan to him, assuming that he was one of them.
"Tibetans and Native American Pueblo people share a fondness for chili
(though Tibetans claim pueblo chili is too mild!)," says Pacheco, "and a
fondness for turquoise, used by both cultures as ways to ward off evil spirits.
Also, the prophecy of Guru Rinpoche, when he said, ’when Tibetans are
scattered throughout the world, and horses run on iron wheels and when iron
birds fly, the dharma will come to the land of the red man.’"
Even before most westerners knew where Tibet was, much less what their
situation was, and almost twenty years before the advent of the Tibetan
Diaspora, cultural affinities between these two peoples were noted by Frank
Waters in his landmark work, Book of the Hopi (1963). Waters’ analysis went
below the surface, citing corresponding systems of chakras or energy spots
within the body meridians that were used to cultivate cosmic awareness.
In The Masked Gods, a book about Pueblo and Navajo ceremonialism published
in 1950, Waters observed that the ZuÒi Shalako dance symbolically
mirrored the Tibetan journey of the dead.
"To understand [the Shalako dance’s] meaning, we must bear in mind all
that we have learned of Pueblo and Navaho [sic] eschatology and its parallels
found in _the Bardo Thodol_
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/mistic/bardo_thodol.htm) , The Tibetan Book of the Dead, in The Secret of the Golden
Flower, the Chinese Book of Life, and in the _Egyptian Book of the Dead_
As is the case with most Earth-based cultures with a shamanic tradition,
some Native ceremonies contain spiritual motifs similar to cultures from
around the world (hence the broad comparison made by Waters). This could
account for some of the similarities seen between Tibetan and Native American
spiritual practices, such as Navajo sand painting, and cosmic themes found
throughout traditional Pueblo dances.
The _Great White Brotherhood_
(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sumer_anunnaki/reptiles/reptiles21.htm) is a Spiritual Organization composed of
those Ascended Masters who have Arisen from our Earth into Immortality, and
yet have said:
"We are not going on into Cosmic Heights and leaving our brothers and
sisters on Earth behind. We will stay and assist."
At this moment in Cosmic History, the Door is wide open. The Great White
Brotherhood has been sponsoring the Release of the Spoken Word through
conclaves, seminars, writings, books, and through personal discipleship and
training. They are releasing the full Teachings that the Dispensations of
Cosmic Law allow at the dawning of the Great Golden Age of Saint Germain.
The Great White Brotherhood is a Spiritual Order of Hierarchy, an
organization of Ascended Masters united for the highest purposes of God in man as
set forth by Jesus the Christ, Gautama Buddha, and other World Teachers.
The Great White Brotherhood also includes Members of the Heavenly Host, the
Spiritual Hierarchy directly concerned with the evolution of our world,
Beneficent Members from other planets that are interested in our welfare, as
well as certain unascended chelas. The word "white" refers not to race, but
to the aura (halo) of the White Light of the Christ that surrounds the
saints and sages of all ages who have risen from every nation to be counted
among the Immortals. (6)
The Great White Brotherhood is a Spiritual Order from every culture and
race - Western saints, Eastern adepts, and so on - who have reunited with the
Spirit of the Living God and who comprise the Heavenly Hosts. They have
transcended the cycles of karma and rebirth and Ascended (accelerated) into
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the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God, have risen in every age
from every culture and religion to inspire creative achievement in
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