Saturday, December 11, 2010
The Prophet First Sees The Future
It was during this rite of dedication of the Pyramid Temple in the place now called Etowa, Georgia, that the prophet first mentioned the future. Standing high above the people, and staring off to the horizon, after His dedication speech had been finished, once more He started speaking: "Afar off through time my spirit is walking down the cycles of the future. I see the armies of the Serpents moving northward from their cities, being driven out by bloody warfare. These ancient worshippers of the Fire have returned to the ways of their fathers and once more are sacrificing to idols. They are coming up the river, the Serpents led by the Turtle. The Paun people will move northward and an uneasy peace shall for some time follow, but a civil war will break out among them. Now if you could only convert these people once more to the Peace religion of the One God, and also those who are coming down from the northward along the Sunset Ocean, then what follows might be different. But I fear that you cannot. Civil war becomes anarchy and each city takes to the forest, joining in tribes for senseless war far, Remember this and tell your children, Woe follows this unhappy decision. Farther off there is another invasion. In ships many bearded men are coming for across the Sunrise Ocean. Many are the ships as the snowflakes of winter. I see these men taking the Broad Land; and the Mounds which hold the crests of our cities are for them, alas!, but earth for the taking, They do not respect our trees of cedar. They are but hungry, unenlightened children, and with them the vision closes. Would that I could reach those war-hungry Serpents! Would that I could speak to those bearded farmers! I have tried. They do not hear me. They go on their way like spoiled children, while I return to you and the present here at the Temple at E-See-Co-Wah!"
Many southern tribes now in Oklahoma, with the mingled heritage of both Paun and Serpent, still remember this prediction first spoken at the Temple in Georgia so long ago in times long vanished, Choctah,Cherokee,Chickasaw and Creek - do your children still remember ?Or have the old chants been forgotten as they have among so many others?
There are many stories such in T.Hansen's book, what I find in my own research over the last 28 years is the correlation of other such stories amongst the peoples of the world in both written and verbal history.
"He Walked The America's by Taylor Hansen"
Published by Ray Palmer, Legend Press, 9533 Clinton Road Amherst, WI 54406
A link to buy this book is located at the bottom of this blog if you would like to read 256 pgs of Hansen's 30+ years of research of these legends.