posted on Mar, 9 2004 @ 04:20 PM
"Seventy tribes attacked them but, by the guidance of God, they were victorious. The last warrior of their attackers, Ner-du-er-gi, was on top of a
mountain overlooking their camp in the deep valley below. This warrior saw a smoke arising from the camp which "extended up beyond Heaven". The
smoke was divided into three parts and in that there was an eagle holding arrows. When the warrior and his followers saw this, he
ordered them not to attack the Indians for they were God's people and powerful and if they attacked they would be destroyed."
Perhaps a silly observation, but on the US dollar there is an eagle holding twelve (dividible by 3) arrows.
What do you want, I'm tired!
[Edited on 9-3-2004 by Jonna]