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posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 08:38 AM
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CENSORED NEWS: Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation warned Lehman Brothers of consequences of mining sacred Black Mesa


www.opednews.com

A delegation of Navajo, Hopi and Lakota warned Lehman Brothers stockholders of the dire consequences of their actions in 2001. In a rare move, censored by most media, the Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation warned Lehman Brothers, after it acquired the financial interests of Peabody Coal, of the spiritual consequences of mining coal on sacred Black Mesa....
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posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 08:38 AM
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OK, I'm not sure what to make of this, and whether this is merely coincidence, or if there is really some kind of spiritual retribution going on.

The fact is, I don't know enough about it to make the call, although I'm sure others can.

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posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 02:39 PM
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I am not suprised by this.

The Hopi, in particular have been extremely accurate in their prophecies over MANY centuries.

Very interesting, thanks for posting this budski.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 02:48 PM
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I have no idea why this would be a censored topic, but I certainly find it plausible that the hopi indians have great wisdom of a spiritual nature. I agree with the report 100%, and the reason for this is... mining fossils is goes against spiritual principles, as it is a desecration of hallowed ground. Something that many do not believe, but what if these actions bring about significant impact to our future what whatever reason? It is very hard for the corporate machine to pay attention to some things when there is money involved. Do the Hopi know of the future?? Bet on it.



[edit on 21-9-2008 by mapsurfer_]



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 03:10 PM
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Halito!
I have been a friend of the Hopi for over 20 years. I found their truth to be exemplary in its precognitive insights. Knowing also a Lakota Medicine man and an Oksheila, it does not surprise me in the least the warnings were made on deaf ears, pearls before swine...

I am a Ohoyonaoma (woman,ascends) Choctaw,
We share Ikhana (to know), we often share Pisa (one who sees, vision)
yet our lapa (to share) falls on deaf ears and although it has been over 250 years since we were apta (situated on the side) by the NWO, we have not forgotten or stopped observing one day to okha (avenge) for the death of our nation. We need not do a single thing or raise our Imaya (to overthrow)as they will do this to themselves without our either yanati (running) or tanampi (hostile, at war),



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 04:26 PM
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Great info antar - thanks very much.

If you have any links it would be great to read them



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 05:12 PM
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I think I read something about this a while back but they wasent mining coal, they where after uranium and took 1,000,000 acres in 2 or 3 states and polluted the Indian water supply from using the "Slurry" method of mining.
Basicly pump fluid into a mine, it disolves the uranium then they collect and concentrate it but it leaves the local groundwater polluted forever.
I read that people are still suffering from cancer there after they overturned the Indian laws, saying there's where superior and made all other laws pertaining to it nil and resumed mining.
One of my personal pet peeves is someone being greedy and this just makes me sick...



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 05:23 PM
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I was looking on house.gov earlier for more info on the new bailout bill and ended up looking at recent floor actions. Apparently they passed a bill by Sen. McCain repealing Bennett Freeze on Friday: Bennett Freeze Repealed

Before today I'd never even heard of this. Lehman Bros. collapses and the Bennett Freeze law is repealed in the same week? I think that's beyond coincidence.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 05:40 PM
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Yeah yeah yeah and some poeple can predict the future by sqeezing goats testicles and drinking bat blood. Why would anyone take this serious grow a brain poeple.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 06:26 PM
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Originally posted by wantsome
Yeah yeah yeah and some poeple can predict the future by sqeezing goats testicles and drinking bat blood. Why would anyone take this serious grow a brain poeple.


Just because you don't believe something, doesn't make it wrong or give you the right to disrespect someone. I think this site does a pretty good job of explaining what I'm trying to say: www.jcu.edu...



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 06:31 PM
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I certainly hope/wish this will be taken to heart, but I don't have high expectations.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 08:39 PM
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After Peabody orchestrated the so-called Navajo Hopi Land Dispute, more than 12,000 Navajos were relocated to make way for Peabody's coal mining. Senator John McCain, R-Ariz., was among those responsible for Navajo relocation.


The link supplied at the top of this thread is only a link to another page, the quote above is from that source.
Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation warned Lehman Brothers of consequences of mining sacred Black Mesa


I was fascinated to see John McCain's name as the primary culpret in this desicration of Navajo Sacred Land.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 08:49 PM
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I do not understand the direction this thread has moved? Really, what was that post a couple up suppose to mean?

The Native Americans have been degraded for centuries and are far from the paranoid crybabies many other races have become. I am for all intent purposes white. Very much from planet earth as I have just about every race in me. Well rounded if you ask me.

What hurts me is how they have not been allowed to make even the slightest remodeling of their homes since 1966. This bill when it was passed was to insure that nothing be done on the remaining 911,000 acres (odd number eh?) until enough time had passed to break them down and open to the next faze of the projected progress according to both tribes needs.

What I can not get out of my head is when McCain said, "Let them build Casino's!" Once the decisions were made the Government was supposed to come in and help subsidize the rebuilding of the land and the new structures and homes, business's, schools, medical centers, day cares.

"Let them build Casinos!" is just another slap in the face and a grim reminder of the broken promises we have been receiving for generation upon generation. So many lives have been destroyed by alcohol, by poverty and lack of education, and when the Casinos come in, they do not benefit the average family, instead it creates more crime and greed and separatism and that has always been the way of the white man's plan.

For everyone on this forum who has felt fear for the coming times, take a good look at how the Government has treated its oldest and most proud people. If you think that it will be any different in our shared future think again. Any moment they will be passing out the pox infected blankets, imprisoning people without the ability to even defend themselves, starving this entire nation, rationing goods and services, taking land by force, cutting off vital water, controlling children and raping the land for all of its resources and leaving cancer and disease in their wake.

Be prepared, and know that if there is a lesson to be learned and a way to survive as Mother Earth prepares for her ascention and her cleansing process, one way is to listen to the natural people who have not forgotten how to listen to her words of wisdom.

It is all tied together, past present and our future. Many have sold out to greed and corruption, so those are the ones who pay the higest price in the end.

I urge you to take off your shoes, put your feet in the ground place your hands on your heart and just listen to winds of change.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 08:49 PM
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Originally posted by Cyberbian

I was fascinated to see John McCain's name as the primary culpret in this desicration of Navajo Sacred Land.


McCain is the senator of that state, so it would be his duty to deal with the 12,000 Hopi at the location. At least the Maverick didn't kill em off.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:03 PM
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Let me get this straight: There was a "curse" placed on these institutions?

What year is it again?



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:09 PM
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OMG, let me tell you this, nothing is the same when you drive out that way, nothing. It is like entering a different dimension to say the least.
Anything can and does happen, majic is the least of your experiences sometimes. Just remember there is good and bad in all things.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:31 PM
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He is also the sponsor of the bill that just repealed the Bennett Freeze



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:38 PM
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www.gallupindependent.com...




Hopi Tribal Chairman Ben Nuvamsa, Navajo-Hopi Land Commission Chairman Raymond Maxx, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Director Jerry Gidner all testified before the Senate Committee in support of the bill. A markup is needed before the bill can be considered by the full Senate.]


Commission Chairman Raymond Maxx,
“When we relocated to the Bennett Freeze area in the late 1970s, I don’ t think my parents fully understood that you could not fix your home in the Bennett Freeze; that you could not make additions; that no federal, tribal or state programs could assist your community through the building of infrastructure essential to the health and well-being of any community.”

A fair article, one of many many out there. I hav ebeen gone far too long to know what is right or wrong, guess I should make some phone calls eh?



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:49 PM
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I don't place any credibility in spiritual predictions. The way I see it, you usually have a 50% chance of being correct regardless of the prediction. The company will succeed, or the company will fail.

Well... there's a 50% chance you'd be right on that "premonition" regardless of the spiritual rhetoric you use, if any.


With that being said though, in contrary to my usual cynical nature toward religions and spiritualism, I do believe mining on grounds that the natives hold as sacred to be a mistake.

Not a mistake in the essence that any form of spiritual retribution might come about, but in the concept that the local population typically hired to do the work will often contain those who hold those spiritual beliefs.

And as such, will subconsciously seek to sabotage the mining operation, or at least, hamper it's efforts to the levels of the operation being financially unfeasible.


In a short abrupt manor of conclusion...
Don't mess with the locals, or they will undoubtedly mess with you.



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 11:49 PM
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Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
I am not suprised by this.

The Hopi, in particular have been extremely accurate in their prophecies over MANY centuries.

Very interesting, thanks for posting this budski.


And what prophecies would those be.







 
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