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Originally posted by OdovacarDvilhelm
reply to post by ET_MAN
I read them, that was a good post there.
I'll be keeping my eyes open to see if this thing happens.
Originally posted by OdovacarDvilhelm
reply to post by Unity_99
What are you talking about?
Less people will wake up if all you say turns out to bull#.
You can't tell people the end of the world is coming and say, "oh well.. at least you starting thinking about aliens and dimensions."
The second ET_Man's prediction is untrue, he will be banned from this website as a hoaxer, and all his posts will be deleted.
Not only that, but everything else he talks about in the future will never be taken seriously again.
The opposite effect of waking up will happen, people will be pissed off and anything like this talked about they will be opposed to it.
They will stop believing in aliens and everything that goes along with it. ET_Man is doing the total opposite of what he thinks hes doing, if his words do not really come true.
The German-American anthropologist Franz Boas (1858-1942) traced the mythology of the Utes to the Canadian province of British Columbia, where the mythological trail connected the Utes with the Kutenai, and in turn the Okanagan. The Kutenai occupy territory encompassing parts of British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. Like the Utes, the Kutenai speak of a great fire that erupted over the earth when the sun was struck by an arrow. "Coyote is envious, and shoots the sun at sunrise. His arrows catch fire, fall down, and set fire to the grass."
And the Kutenai speak of the fear they have that the world will come to an end when the sky loses its stability: "The Kutenai look for Polaris [the North Star] every night. Should it not be in place, the end of the world is imminent."
Little is known of the origin of the Kutenai. They often have wavy hair, light brown skin, and slight beards. Their neighbours in the plains, the blackfoot, gave them the name Kutenai, which is a Blackfoot word for "white men". Franz Boas believed that the Kutenai were mythologically linked with their neighbours to the west, the Okanagan. The Okanagan called the Kutenai by the same "skelsa'ulk", which has been translated as "water people".
In 1886, the famous American historian Hubert Howe Bancroft (1832-1918) related the Okanagan myth of their lost island paradise of "Samah-tumi-whoo-lah":
Long, long ago, when the sun was young and no bigger than a star, there was an island far off in the middle of the ocean. It was called Samah-tumi-whoo-lah, meaning White Man's Island. On it lived a race of giants -- white giants. Their ruler was a tall white woman called Scomalt. ... She could create whatever she wished.
For many years the white giants lived at peace, but at last they quarreled amongst themselves. Quarreling grew into war. The noise of battle was heard, and many people were killed. Scomalt was made very, very angry ... she drove the wicked giants to one end of the White Man's Island. When they were gathered together in one place, she broke off the piece of land and pushed it into the sea. For many days the floating island drifted on the water, tossed by waves and wind. All the people on it died except one man and one woman. ....
The mythology of this lost culture stretched back nearly twelve thousand years to the time of the last earth crust displacement. Through this legacy we learn of the catapulting events in California at the time of the Great Flood: "The sky fell. The land was not. For a very great distance there was no land. The waters of the ocean came together. Animals of all kinds drowned."
American native mythology identifies four westerly mountains tied to the aftermath of a great flood. All four lie immediately west of land, and each is 1,800 metres or higher above sea level. At the time of the Great Flood, this land would have been the first hope for those survivors of the lost island paradise who had travelled so far across an endless ocean.
The native people of Washington and Oregon claim that their ancestors came in great canoes and landed on Mount Baker and Mount Jefferson. They believed that Mount Rainier was the refuge of those who were saved after the wicked of the earth were destroyed in a great flood. The Shasta of northern California tell of a time when the sun fell from its normal course. In a separate myth they tell how Mount Shasta saved their ancestors from the Deluge.
On the opposite side of North America lies another great mountain chain, the Appalachians. Here also, tales were told of terrifying solar changes, massive floods, and the survivors of these catastrophes.
The lush green forests of the southern tip of the Appalachian Mountains were once the home of the Cherokee. In the early part of the nineteenth century, a Cherokee named Sequoya created an alphabet for writing the tribal language. His work left a rich legacy of myths transcribed from his people's oral tradition. In one of these myths, the flood is attributed to the uncontrollable tears of the sun-goddess.
It was said that she hated people and cursed them with a great drought. In desperation the Cherokee elders consulted "Little Men" (whom they regarded as gods). They decreed that the Cherokees' only hope of survival was to "kill the sun". Magical snakes were prepared to deal a death blow to the sun-goddess. But a tragic mistake was made and her daughter, the moon, was struck instead:
When the Sun found her daughter dead, she went into the house and grieved, and the people did not die any more, but now the world was dark all the time, because the Sun would not come out.
They went again to the Little Men, and told them if they wanted the Sun to come out again they must bring back her daughter ... [Seven men went to the ghost country and retrieved the moon but on the return journey she died again. The sun-goddess cried and wept ... ] until "her tears made a flood upon the earth", and the people were afraid the world would be drowned.
The Cherokee, like the Utes and Okanagan tribes, had a dark prophecy of how the world would end:....
The Okanagan natives like the Bella Coola Natives had a written language, the Nsyilxcen language.
I find this legend incredibly fascinating as it seems to involve a legendary Island in the Pacific, Mu or Lemuria and this relates the Okanagan natives to Telos, as this is a connection.
Natives are not merely giving warnings of the technology of some ets, but also, have their own roots in cosmology, legends linking them to the cosmos, and according to their own myths and Miriam Delicado's information, survived the great catastrophe that occured 11 500 years ago, most likely, the probable time for lemuria and atlantis destruction, the last cycle, and are the keepers of the way, or knowledge.
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by DClairvoyant
I am not about people dying, I am about us recognizing something seems to be up, there are underground bases being built and our leaders are evil, not fit to lead, and billions suffering.
So we can manifest the change and bring in the second timeline, disclosure, and mitigate the earth changes to a lamb, not a lion.
My message is, its up to us. Also I believe that "they" will be stepping in. I've seen it, seen a cosmic world with people being taught by our cosmic friends, and growing to federation level ourselves. I've also seen myself in uniform making arrests on the UK bloodlines, it seemed I focused on them, ie.bankers, royalty, that kind of thing.
And so I thought, hmmm...just in case this is a timeline possibility, it needs to be pulled in, and so I definitely take that to meditaton and visualizing stage.
Look at mornigmayan's frequency videos. Her purpose is to get us to raise our frequency, practice manifesting as in excercies, hugs, phone calls, parking spots, job offers, etc, (I have and it works! For getting into a high frequency: Whales and dolphin songs really raise your frequency. In fact two things raise it so high its hard to ground, I'll put those ones up again.) and then, MANIFEST EDEN, for 2012, not disasters.
Dolphins Chillout - (music for babies-pregnancy)
THis is one of the best, the whales raise their frequency to very high and I listen for hours sometimes, not just meditating, chores, dishes, on the computer with it on.
Self-Cleaning With Ho'oponopono
[edit on 18-3-2010 by Unity_99]
The things you warn us about that are taking place in the world, the controllers, those are their symbols, why do you use them?
Are you suggesting that we can change the outcome of this disaster by helping to wake people up? If that is true then we better get started. But if it's all going to end soon, why upset people who haven't got a clue and don't really want a clue. not to mention that most people will think I'm nuts. I was talking to my sister last night and told her some of this stuff, she said to me, well, if the world is going to end, then it's going to end, I'm not going to worry about it.