posted on Nov, 24 2009 @ 01:00 AM
i am from Aotearoa, NZ. i consider myself tangata whenua (people of the land) and have recently read both 'Song of Waitaha' and 'Whispers of
Waitaha' and today finished reading 'the serpent of the light'.
This is all new to me, but in a way it does not feel new to me. Aotearoa is a very special place and will be involved in the future of the world.
Well, that was/is still my opinion both before and after reading these books.
I read of the date 15 August 2009 in Drunvalo's book and decided i would google this date and it brought me here.
I did not realise this prophecy suggested something like a natural disaster or catastrophic event would take place. some may have been
Perhaps i can suggest that maybe someone was born, someone important to this world died (to the world, not necessarily someone society deems
important) or someone or some group made a conscious decision to change the world. For better or for worse.
Keep an eye on Aotearoa, NZ. it is a place full of potential, a place that can show the way for many peoples' of this world. Especially those who are
indigenous or minority. It may take a while. don't hold your breath.
but don't dismiss us either.
and to stevowaka, if you read this. i would like to know more about the Waitaha. Reading both books has rescued me from my disillusion with Maori in
our country. I believe that Maori can set the example for the future. we are a small population, yet share the same problems in society (inequalities
in crime, health, housing, deprivation etc etc) with many minority (african americans) and indigenous (native americans) groups.
We can be a template for the rest of the world if we embrace our peaceful ways and our values of 'te whare tapa wha' over the values of money and
I would like to know more, to maybe visit and speak with the waitaha people, if i am allowed to do so one day