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Kachina Cult tydlyn

Kachina Cult tydlyn

  • c. 1300 - c. 1400

    Kachina Cult verskyn in die ou woestyn Suidwes.

  • c. 1650 - c. 1660

    Die Spaanse verbied verskillende Puebloaanse godsdienstige en rituele praktyke, insluitend die met betrekking tot kachinapoppe en kachina -maskers.

  • 1680

    Suksesvolle Pueblo -opstand teen die koloniale Spaanse administrasie in die huidige New Mexico.


Die gode van die Hopi en die dans van die Kachinas

Die Hopi leef, beweeg en is in godsdiens. Vir hulle is die onsigbare wêreld vol mense, goed en sleg, en alles in die natuur het sy wese of gees.

Net watter soort godsdiens sal ons dit noem van die Hopi? As ons die belangrikheid van die son in hul ritusse sien, is 'n mens geneig om te sê Sun Worship, maar wolke, reën, fonteine, strome kom by die idee in, en ons sê Nature Worship. 'N Studie van die groot slangekultus dui op die aanbidding van slange, maar hul eerbied vir en omgang met die geeste van voorouers gee hierdie komplekse godsdienstige weefsel van die Hopi 'n sterk eienskap van vooroueraanbidding. Dit is alles en nog meer.

Die oppervlak van die aarde word beheer deur 'n magtige wese wie se heerskappy strek tot by die onderwêreld en oor die dood, vuur en die velde. Dit is Masauwu, aan wie baie gebede gedoen word. Dan is daar die Spider Woman of Earth Goddess, Eggenoot van die Son en Moeder van die Tweelingoorlogs gode, prominent in die Hopi -mitologie. Afgesien van hierdie en die goddelike kragte van die natuur, is daar 'n ander eerbiedige groep, die Kachinas, geeste van voorouers en 'n paar ander wesens, met kragte goed en sleg. Hierdie Kachinas word kleurvol voorgestel in die geverfde en gevederde poppe, in maskers en seremonies, en word hoofsaaklik as voordelig beskou en word gevolglik gewild. Hulle tree in vir die geeste van die ander wêreld namens hul Hopi-aardverwante.

Tekeninge uit 'n antropologieboek uit 1894 van Kachina-poppe (tihu-tui) wat kachinas of geeste voorstel, gemaak deur die inheemse Pueblo-mense van die Suidwes-VSA

Gemaskerde individue verteenwoordig hul terugkeer na die land van die lewendes van tyd tot tyd in Kachina -danse, begin met die Soyaluna -seremonie in Desember en eindig met die Niman- of Kachina -afskeidseremonie in Julie.

Baie van hierdie soort dinge kry 'n ligter, teatrale geur wat neerkom op 'n toernooi van groot pret en baljaar. Dr Hough sê dit is regtig die mees kenmerkende seremonies van die pueblos, musikaal, skouspelagtig, vermaaklik vermaaklik, en dit wys die vrolike Hopi op sy beste - 'n ware, spontane natuurkind.

Daar is baie van hierdie Kachina -danse gedurende die winter en lente, hul aard deels godsdienstig, deels sosiaal, want met die Hopi gaan godsdiens en drama hand aan hand. Dr Hough praat waarderend oor hierdie talle geleenthede van heilsame vrolikheid en sê dat hierdie dinge die Hopi uit die onheil hou en hulle 'n reputasie gee dat hulle hul eie sake doen, behalwe dat hulle die beste ronde gratis teatervermaaklikhede bied mense in die wêreld. Aangesien elke seremonie sy spesifieke kostuums, rituele, liedere het, is daar baie variëteit in hierdie aangeleenthede en meer detail van betekenis as wat enige buitestander ooit kon bedink.

Die Niman, of afskeidsdans van die Kachinas, vind in Julie plaas. Dit is een van hul groot feeste van nege dae, insluitend geheime rituele in die kivas en 'n openbare dans aan die einde.

Kachina -dansers, Shongopavi pueblo, Arizona, iewers voor 1900

Boodskappers word op lang ritte gestuur vir heilige water, dennestamme en ander spesiale voorwerpe vir hierdie rites. Dit is 'n komende fees en 'n Hopi sal alles in sy vermoë doen om by sy eie stad tuis te kom vir hierdie geleentheid. Op die negende dag is daar 'n heerlike toernooi net voor sonsopkoms en 'n ander in die middag. Geen ander seremonie toon so 'n wonderlike verskeidenheid kleurvolle maskers en kostuums nie. En dit is 'n besonder gelukkige dag vir die jongmense, want die Kachinas bring groot hoeveelhede mielies, boontjies en spanspekke en mandjies perskes, veral as geskenke vir die kinders, en ook nuwe poppe en helder geverfde boë en pyle. Die slotakte van die drama is 'n groot optog wat heilige offers bring na 'n heiligdom buite die dorp.

Dit is die dans waarop die bruide van die jaar hul eerste openbare verskyning maak; hul sneeu -troukomberse gee die kleurvolle toneel 'n aangename aanslag.

Voorgestelde foto: Kachina March - John Steele (1921 - 1998). Fotokrediet: Kachina.us

'Gods and Kachinas' is 'n publieke artikel gepubliseer in Lockett, H. G. (1933). Die ongeskrewe letterkunde van die Hopi. Arizona: Universiteit van Arizona

April

April Holloway is 'n mede-eienaar, redakteur en skrywer van Ancient Origins. Om privaatheidsredes het sy voorheen oor Ancient Origins onder die pseudoniem April Holloway geskryf, maar kies nou om haar regte naam, Joanna Gillan, te gebruik.


Die 5 engste kultusse in die moderne geskiedenis

Sommige skrikwekkende kultusse is so bekend dat hulle met 'n enkele woord beskryf kan word: Manson, Waco, Jeffs, Jonestown. Ander is miskien nie so ikonies nie - ten minste in Amerika - maar bied steeds baie van nagmerrie materiaal.

Hier is vyf voorbeelde, wat almal tydens hul bekendheidsflitse skreeu opslae gemaak het, maar sedertdien selde gehoor is.

1. Matamoros menslike offer kultus

In Maart 1989 het 'n student van die Universiteit van Texas, Mark Kilroy, vermis geraak terwyl hy in die lente vakansie was. Hy het op die Suid -Padre -eiland gebly, maar die betrokke aand het hy die grens na Mexiko aangedurf om na die kroegtoneel te kyk, waar hy spoorloos verdwyn het.

Vier weke later is sy grusame lot onthul. Soos Mense destyds aangemeld is sy brein eers gevind.

Dit het in 'n swart ketel opgeduik, en dit is in bloed gekook oor 'n oop vuur saam met 'n skilpad, 'n hoefyster, 'n ruggraat en ander menslike bene.

Sy rituele dood en aftakeling is uitgevoer in diens van godsdiens-'n bisarre, dwelm-demente okkultiese godsdiens wat deur 'n Amerikaanse dagga-smokkelaar uit Mexiko bedryf is. Die owerhede is na 'n graf gelei wat die liggaam van Kilroy bevat, of ten minste wat daarvan oorgebly het, en daarna het die ontbloting van verminkte lyke voortgegaan.

Die eerste dag van grawe het 'n dosyn lyke opgedoen, almal begrawe op die terrein van Rancho Santa Elena. die slagoffers is lewendig gesny, geslaan, geskiet, opgehang of gekook, die enigste gemeenskaplike aan hul dood die rituele verminkings wat gevolg het.

Die dwelmsmokkelaars het geglo dat menslike opoffering hulle op een of ander manier op 'n magiese manier sou beskerm om nie deur die polisie gevang te word nie, en hulle selfs koeëlvast sou maak. Hulle was verkeerd. Hulle ondergang het gekom toe 'n man wat aan die kultus vasgemaak is, vasgetrek is omdat hy 'n padblokkade bestuur het - 'n oortreding wat vererger het toe daar gevind word dat hy hom bekruip het. Op soek na 'n groter borsbeeld en op soek na leidrade in die Kilroy -saak, het die polisie die plaas wat aan die man se familie behoort, die berugte Rancho Santa Elena hierbo genoem, aangedurf.

Daar het hulle nog dwelms gevind. Maar hulle het ook die wreed misvormde lyke gevind, waaronder die 'Anglo spring breaker' wat ongelukkig genoeg was om die groep teë te kom toe hulle hul volgende slagoffer geteiken het. (Hierdie saak het 'n vreesaanjaende gerug laat ontstaan ​​wat in die Sataniese Paniek van die 1980's ingesluit het, dat kultusse van plan was om kinders te ontvoer vir hul rituele.)

Die man wat sy volgelinge oortuig het om deel te neem aan sy waansin - die lyke wat by Rancho Santa Elena gevind is, was regverdig sommige van die slagoffers-was "El Padrino", die peetvader (sy ware identiteit: hy was die 26-jarige Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo), met hulp van die 24-jarige Sara Aldrete, ook bekend as "die heks". Rollende klipSe diepgaande ondersoek na die saak (uitstekende leeswerk as u nie flou van hart is nie Texas maandeliks neem die verhaal aan) haal 'n antropoloog aan wat Constanzo 'die Pied Piper of Death' noem. Costanzo het grootgeword in die Santería -godsdiens, maar sy oortuigings het verander in iets baie donkerder, van sy eie ontwerp, namate hy meer mag verkry het.

Costanzo ontduik gevangenskap tot 1989, toe hy 'n onderman beveel het om hom en sy jarelange metgesel, Martin Quintana Rodriguez, te skiet eerder as om deur die polisie lewendig geneem te word. Aldrete ('n geliefde universiteitstudent net oorkant die grens in Texas wat ontken dat hy iets van moorde weet) en ander lede van die kultus is gearresteer en aangekla van 'n menigte misdade, insluitend moord. Die 'moordhut' waar Kilroy en ander geviktimiseer is, is deur wetstoepassers verbrand nadat dit tydens 'n spesiale seremonie van sy swart magiese geeste gesuiwer is.

2. Orde van die Solar Temple

Die groep wat in 1984 gestig is deur Joseph Di Mambro en Luc Jouret, met volgelinge in verskillende lande, waaronder Switserland, Frankryk en Kanada, het inspirasie gekry uit 'n verskeidenheid bronne, waaronder die Rooskruisers en die Tempeliers. Mettertyd het die groep se oortuigings weggedraai van die New Age-spiritualisme en word dit toenemend doomsday-gefokus en paranoïes.

Jouret, 'n dokter, was die gesig van die organisasie en het die lesings gelewer wat ondanks die waarskuwing van die dreigende omgewingsapokalips magneties genoeg was om nuwe volgelinge te lok. Di Mambro het die groep se finansies bestuur, wat indrukwekkend gegroei het namate die ledetal, wat meestal uit middel- en hoërklasmense bestaan ​​het, na raming tot 400 gegroei het.

Die Solar Temple, wat tussen die hoofkwartiere in Switserland en Kanada gewip het, het in die negentigerjare afgekom dat daar 'n hoë afwyking, wapenklagte en bewerings van seksuele wangedrag was. In 1994 het die groep sy oortuiging bevestig dat lede na 'n ander geestelike vlak moet styg om die omgewingsapokalips te oorleef en wedergebore te word op 'n planeet wat om die Sirius, die Dog Star, wentel. Hulle metode van transformasie? Vuur.

Einde September 1994 vermoor die groep 'n lid wat teen hulle gepraat het, Tony Dutoit, sowel as sy vrou en babaseun. Dae later, op 4 en 5 Oktober, het twee Solar Temple -geboue in Switserland in vlamme opgegaan. Soos Biography.com vertel:

Die volgende oggend was ondersoekers verbaas oor baie van wat hulle op die terreine ontdek het - 48 mense dood. Sommige het moontlik selfmoord gepleeg, terwyl ander waarskynlik vermoor is. Sommige is met kalmeermiddels ingespuit of plastieksakke oor hul kop terwyl ander geskiet is. Di Mambro, sy vrou en kinders, en Jouret was onder die vermoorde.

En die tragedie eindig nie daar in Desember 1995 nie; 'n chalet in die Switserse Alpe is verbrand gevind met 16 liggame binne, waarvan die meeste voor die brand dood is. In 1997 sterf nog vyf lede in 'n Quebec -huis. Met die telling van die Dutoit -familie en die daaropvolgende selfmoord van die duo van die Solar Temple wat hulle vermoor het, staan ​​die dodetal van die geheimsinnige kultus op 74.

3. Heaven's Gate

Ook in 1997 het die buitengewoon helder Hale-Bopp-komeet 'n skouspelagtige uitsig in die naghemel. Alhoewel sterrekundiges die voorkoms daarvan betower het, het dit ook 'n baie onverwagte tragedie meegebring - nog 'n massamoordmoord wat verband hou met kosmiese oortuigings. Hierdie keer was dit 'n kultus genaamd Heaven's Gate wat in 'n herehuis in Rancho Santa Fe, Kalifornië, gaan woon het.

Nege-en-dertig mense is dood, waaronder leier en profeet Marshall Apple. (Die ruwe webwerf wat die groep gebruik het om sy filosofie met die buitewêreld te deel, bestaan ​​ongelooflik nog.)

Ongelukkig het die rigting van die ruimte 'n geweldige prys teweeggebring, en foto's van dooie kultuslede wat ritueel in donker pers doekies geklee was en in Nikes geklee was, het gou die nuus oorstroom.

In drie golwe het lede 'n giftige mengsel van barbiturate en alkohol ingeneem, en terwyl hul asem vertraag en die liggame stil word, versmoor hulle onder plastieksakke wat hulle oor hul koppe vasgemaak het. Lede het riglyne gevolg wat hulle etlike jare tevore nagevors het, en hul aardse lewens neergelê in wat slegs rituele presisie en aandag aan detail genoem kan word. Lede van elke golf het skoongemaak en opgeruim nadat hul landgenote gesterf het, die plastieksakke verwyder en oor hul oorlede metgeselle gedrapeer.

4. Aum Shinrikyo

Hierdie apokaliptiese Japannese kultus het in 1995 'n gruwelike sarien -senuweegasaanval op die metro -stelsel in Tokio uitgevoer. Twaalf mense is dood, duisende is beseer en Japan se gekoesterde gevoel van veiligheid is diep geskrik. Die samestelling van die groep se volgelinge, en hul uiterste oortuigings (geleer deur stigter Shoko Asahara), weerspieël dié wat in die Orde van die Solar Tempel, Heaven's Gate en soortgelyke doemkultusse gehou word:

Asahara het gepreek dat die einde van die wêreld naby was en dat Aum -volgelinge die enigste mense sou wees wat die apokalips sou oorleef, wat hy voorspel het in 1996 of tussen 1999 en 2003. Aum het groot rykdom opgebou uit die bedryf van elektroniese ondernemings en restaurante. [hy] het jong, slim universiteitstudente en gegradueerdes gewerf, dikwels uit elite -gesinne, wat 'n meer betekenisvolle bestaan ​​gesoek het.

Na 'n verbysterende agt jaar van verhoor, is Asahara ter dood veroordeel deur op te hang dat hy steeds op die doodstraf is. Gedurende die proses het hy "geweier om vrae te beantwoord en het nog nooit meer as verwarrende opmerkings gemaak nie", het die New York Times het geskryf, alhoewel die groep glo gemotiveer is deur die owerhede te wil stuit om die groep te sluit, benewens die begin van die apokalips. Ten tyde van die aanval het die groep tienduisende volgelinge in Japan en Rusland gehad.

Twintig jaar later worstel Japan steeds met die gevolge van die terreuraanval (in 2001 het die bekroonde romanskrywer Haruki Murakami 'n aangrypende nie -fiksieverslag oor die tragedie, Ondergronds: The Tokyo Gas Attack en die Japanese Psyche ). Maar ongelooflik, Aum het nog steeds 'n teenwoordigheid in die land, al is dit in 'n ander vorm. Vroeër vanjaar het die Huffington Post opgemerk:

Ondanks die aanval is Aum in Japan nooit verbied nie. Terwyl dit in Rusland verbied is en deur verskeie lande 'n terroriste -organisasie aangewys is, het Japan verkies om die groep onder streng toesig te hou. die groep het wel sy godsdienstige status verloor en is deur bankrotskap gedwing deur vergoeding aan die slagoffers van die aanval. Maar dit leef voort in twee nuwe uitlopers, Aleph en Hikari no Wa, wat na raming 1500 volgelinge het. Hulle beweer dat hulle Asahara ontken het, maar baie Japanners is steeds baie agterdogtig oor hul aktiwiteite.


Die "Jonestown Massacre" het op 18 November 1978 plaasgevind toe meer as 900 lede van 'n Amerikaanse kultus genaamd die Peoples Temple in 'n massamoord op selfmoord gesterf het onder leiding van hul leier Jim Jones (1931-78). Dit het plaasgevind by die sogenaamde Jonestown-nedersetting in die . lees meer

Op 18 November 1978 lei die stigter van Peoples Temple, Jim Jones, honderde van sy volgelinge in 'n massamoordmoord by hul landboukommune in 'n afgeleë deel van die Suid-Amerikaanse nasie Guyana. Baie van Jones se volgelinge het gewilliglik 'n gifstoot ingeneem terwyl ander . lees meer


Volgens die United States Census Bureau het die CDP 'n totale oppervlakte van 3,1 km2, alles land.

Klimaatsverandering

Hierdie streek beleef warm (maar nie warm) en droë somers, met geen gemiddelde maandelikse temperature bo 71,6 ° F nie. Volgens die Köppen-klimaatklassifikasiestelsel, het Kachina Village 'n warm somer Mediterreense klimaat, afgekort "Csb" op klimaatkaarte.

Teen die sensus [5] van 2000 was daar 2664 mense, 1 021 huishoudings en 658 gesinne wat in die CDP woon. Die bevolkingsdigtheid was 2 228,3 mense per vierkante myl (857,1/km 2). Daar was 1,376 wooneenhede teen 'n gemiddelde digtheid van 442,7/km 2. Die rasse -samestelling van die CDP was 89,0% Wit, 4,3% Inheemse Amerikaners, 0,3% Swart of Afro -Amerikaners, 0,3% Asiërs, en 0,1% Pacific Islander, 4,8% van ander rasse en 1,3% van twee of meer rasse. 9,7% van die bevolking was Spaans of Latino van enige ras.

Daar was 1 021 huishoudings, waarvan 33,5% kinders onder die ouderdom van 18 gehad het, 52,4% getroude paartjies wat saamwoon, 8,1% 'n vroulike huishouding gehad het sonder 'n eggenoot en 35,5% nie-gesinne. 20,0% van alle huishoudings bestaan ​​uit individue, en 2,1% het iemand wat alleen woon, 65 jaar of ouer. Die gemiddelde huishoudelike grootte was 2,61 en die gemiddelde gesin was 3,08.

In die CDP toon die ouderdomsverdeling van die bevolking 26,0% onder die ouderdom van 18, 9,5% van 18 tot 24, 37,4% van 25 tot 44, 22,6% van 45 tot 64 jaar en 4,5% wat 65 jaar oud was of ouer. Die gemiddelde ouderdom was 33 jaar. Vir elke 100 wyfies was daar 107,3 ​​mans. Vir elke 100 vroue van 18 jaar en ouer was daar 109,6 mans.

Die mediaaninkomste vir 'n huishouding in die CDP was $ 45,703, en die mediaaninkomste vir 'n gesin was $ 51,037. Mans het 'n gemiddelde inkomste van $ 34,375 teenoor $ 26,750 vir vroue gehad. Die inkomste per capita vir die CDP was $ 17,849. Ongeveer 4,4% van die gesinne en 8,4% van die bevolking was onder die armoedegrens, insluitend 10,5% van diegene onder die ouderdom van 18 jaar en nie een van die 65 jaar of ouer nie.


'N Boodskap vir ons planeet van Gabriel van Urantia, wat saam met Niánn Emerson Chase die mandaat van die helder en môrester beklee en 'n leidende gesag is oor die geestelike redes waarom beide Nibiru/Planet 7X, wat in hoër wêrelde bekend staan ​​as The Adjudicator, en Die Nuwe Jerusalem kom na ons toe.

Namate dit al hoe duideliker word dat ons nie in normale tye leef nie, kyk geestelike soekers na profesie en openbaring vir antwoorde en aanduidings oor wat in ons onrustige wêreld afspeel. Dit is vir baie mense duidelik dat ons in 'n tyd lewe wat voorspel is in verskillende godsdienste en kulture deur die geskiedenis, en met baie name genoem word - die tyd van die suiwering, die verdrukking, die regstellende tyd, die versnelling, die keerpunt, ensovoorts .

Die Vyfde Epochale Openbaring het in die vroeë 1900's deur Celestial Overcontrol aan ons wêreld begin gee en is gepubliseer in die vorm van Die URANTIA -boek in 1955. Die URANTIA -boek gee die hemelvaart wetenskaplike oorsprong van ons wêreld (Urantia), sowel as die geestelike geskiedenis en 'n planetêre opstand van God wat Urantia (aarde) ongeveer 200 000 jaar gelede in 'n geestelike kwarantyn geplaas het. Die URANTIA -boek sintetiseer en gee 'n uitgebreide begrip van die vorige vier epogale openbarings en die verskillende evolusionêre godsdienste wat daaruit voortspruit. Continuing Fifth Epochal Revelation (The Cosmic Family volumes) is die voortsetting van die leerstellings van Die URANTIA -boek en begin deur die mandaat van die helder en môrester wat in 1989 deur Gabriel van Urantia en Niánn Emerson Chase gehou is om verdere verduideliking en inligting te bring oor die tye wat ons nou voorspel, waarvoor die hoër terminologie die beoordeling van die helder is en Morning Star vs. Lucifer. Dus & ldquoThe Adjudicator & rdquo is die hoër begrip en term vir die hemelliggaam bekend as Nibiru, Planet X, Planet 7X, Alsem, The Destroyer, the Second Sun, ens.

In die Nuwe Testament, in die boek Openbaring, staan ​​daar: "Die derde engel het op sy trompet geblaas, en 'n groot ster het uit die hemel geval, soos 'n fakkel, en dit het geval op 'n derde van die riviere en op die waterfonteine. Die naam van die ster is als. 'N Derde van die waters het als geword, en baie het gesterf as gevolg van die water omdat dit bitter geword het. "

In die New Age is daar allerhande leerstellings en baie verwarrende inligting afkomstig van die profesieë van Egiptiese, Maya's en ander kulture oor die tye van die aarde.

Die Hopi -profesie spreek van die & ldquoTime of the Purification & rdquo en die komende vyfde wêreld wat deur tweelingsterre aangekondig sal word - die Blue Star Kachina wat die Red Star Kachina of & ldquoPurifier & rdquo aankondig.

The Fifth Epochal Revelation is die & ldquonew -taal en die rdquo van die vyfde wêreld waarvan die Hopi praat. Die mandaat van die helder en môrester vergader die kosmiese gesin, die Destiny Reservists, die veranderingsagente, die 144 000 by die First Planetary Sacred Home op die kampus van die University of Ascension Science en die Physics of Rebellion as die aankondigers van die komende Nuwe Jerusalem, en onderwysers van hierdie nuwe taal wat die eerste fase van lig en lewe in ons wêreld sal inlei.

Nibiru of Planet X of The Adjudicator (die CFER -term) kom ongeveer elke 360 ​​jaar na aan die aarde. Zecharia Sitchin het 'n fout gemaak en 'n nul op 360 gevoeg.

Vader Kino het die komeet gesien en ongeveer 1680 'n boek daaroor geskryf met die naam Exposición Astronomica.

Sitchin blaas dit ook deur krediet te gee aan die Anunnaki vir die mensdom, waarin hy (natuurlik) die eer van die Skepper Seun, Christus Michael, ook bekend as Jesus Christus, moes gegee het.

Die beoordelaar, soos ek in my video sê, kom eerste, en daaragter is die nuwe Jerusalem.

En dit is die laaste teken wat in Matteus 24 genoem word, oor die einde van die opstandstydperk en die begin van 'n Goddelike Nuwe Orde op Urantia/Aarde.

Geen spesifieke datums hoef vas te stel nie. Al die tekens vind nou hier plaas en die beoordelaar is beslis in ons sonnestelsel, Monmatië, en beïnvloed-selfs nou-ons planeet op baie maniere, insluitend die Covid-19-pandemie, wat 'n plaag is wat in die boek Openbaring genoem word.

Hoër terminologie van die voortsetting van die vyfde epogale openbaring:

New Jerusalem & mdash 'n Stad van drie deeltjies wat ook die planetêre hoofkwartier van Urantia sal wees wanneer die planeet die eerste fase van lig en lewe binnegaan. Alhoewel die koms van die Nuwe Jerusalem moet wag op die ingang van die hele planeet in die vaste tyd van lig en lewe, is die implementering van die argitektoniese ontwerp vir die drie -deeltige stad reeds aan die gang en sal dit in die First Planetary Sacred Home in die Machiventa Melchisedek gerealiseer word Administrasie 'n geruime tyd na die finale veranderingspunt.


Inhoud

1983–1988 Redigeer

Ian Astbury en Billy Duffy stig Death Cult in April 1983, en kry Ritual -ritme -afdeling Jamie Stewart en Ray Mondo om die band se aanvanklike reeks te voltooi. [1] Na die vrystelling van 'n self-getitelde debuut-EP, het die groep Mondo in September afgedank en hom vervang deur Nigel Preston van Sex Gang Children (Mondo het Preston se plek in Sex Gang Children ingeneem). [2] Death Cult het nog 'n vrystelling uitgereik onder hul oorspronklike naam, "Gods Zoo", voordat hulle hulself in Januarie 1984 herdoop tot die Cult. [3] Die band stel hul debuut in die lengte bekend Droom tyd in September, waarvan die vroeë afskrifte verpak is Dreamtime Live at the Lyceum. [4] 'n Ander enkelsnit, "Ressurection Joe", het aan die einde van die jaar gevolg. [5] Kort na die vrystelling van "She Sells Sanctuary" in Mei 1985, is Preston uit die kultus ontslaan omdat hy "te onbetroubaar geword het". [6]

Mark Brzezicki van Big Country, wat aanvanklik vir Preston by die verfilming van die musiekvideo "She Sells Sanctuary" vervang het nadat hy nie opgedaag het nie, het tromme opgeneem vir die res van die 1985 -album Liefde as lid van die sessie. [7] Tydens die sessies het Les Warner oorgeneem as die nuwe permanente tromspeler van die orkes. [8] Die nuwe reeks het 'n beplande derde album opgeneem Vrede laat in 1986, maar die resultaat is geskrap en is nog nie bekend gemaak totdat dit op die 2000 -boksstel verskyn het nie Skaars kultus. [9] Die groep werk saam met die nuwe vervaardiger Rick Rubin Elektries in April 1987. [10] Vir die toer van die album het Stephen "Kid Chaos" Harris van Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction op bas aangesluit en Stewart het oorgeskakel na kitaar. [11] Harris het beweer dat hy werklik bygedra het tot die opname van Elektries, nadat hy in Januarie 1987 by die orkes aangesluit het. [12]

1988–1995 Redigeer

Na afloop van die Elektries toersiklus, Harris en Warner is albei aan die begin van 1988 afgedank. die dop van die finale weergawe van Soniese tempel met Mickey Curry van Bryan Adams se orkes. [14] Vir die daaropvolgende promosietoer is Matt Sorum gehuur op tromme nadat hy saam met Taylor 'n oudisie afgelê het. [15] Nadat die toer in April 1990 geëindig het, het die stigterskonsist Stewart die Cult verlaat "om te konsentreer op die vervaardiging, komponeer en tyd saam met sy vrou deurbring". [16] Hy is in Julie gevolg deur Sorum, wat aangestel is om Steve Adler in Guns N 'Roses te vervang. [17] Na 'n kort pouse kom Astbury en Duffy weer bymekaar om 'n versameling nuwe demo's op te neem saam met baskitaarspeler Todd Hoffman en drummer James Kottak vroeg in 1991. [18] Soos met Soniese tempel in 1989, tromme op die finale weergawe van Seremonie is uitgevoer deur Mickey Curry, terwyl Keith Richards se bandmaat Charley Drayton ingebring is om bas te lewer. [13]

Die Cult het in Oktober 1991 weer begin toer, met Astbury en Duffy saam met baskitaarspeler Kinley Wolfe en drummer Michael Lee. [19] Die toer het 'n lewendige album tot gevolg gehad, Lewe kultus, wat in 1993 vrygestel is. [20] Aan die begin van daardie jaar is Wolfe en Lee onderskeidelik vervang deur Craig Adams (voorheen van die Mission) en Scott Garrett (voorheen van Dag Nasty). [21] Mike Dimkich, voorheen van Channel 3, het terselfdertyd by die groep aangesluit as 'n toerritmegitaarspeler, voordat hy die volgende jaar deur James Stevenson vervang is. [22] Tussen die twee toere het die kern van die groep hul enigste album saam met Adams en Garrett opgeneem, Die kultus, wat in Oktober 1994 vrygestel is. [23] In Maart 1995 kanselleer die orkes 'n rits toerdatums en breek uit, wat hoofsaaklik toegeskryf word aan spanning tussen Astbury en Duffy. [24]

Sedert 1999 Edit

Na vier jaar weg, hervorm Astbury en Duffy die Cult in April 1999 met die terugkerende tromspeler Matt Sorum en die nuwe baskitaarspeler Martyn LeNoble. [25] Mike Dimkich keer ook terug as 'n toer -ritme -kitaarspeler. [26] LeNoble vertrek na toerdatums wat in die somer van 2000 geëindig het, en Chris Wyse neem die grootste deel van die opname vir 2001's in Verby goed en kwaad. [27] [28] Ter voorbereiding van die promosietoer van die album, is berig dat LeNoble in Maart 2001 terugkeer, maar teen Mei het dit in 'n toervermoë verander na Billy Morrison. [29] In Februarie 2002 is berig dat die band deur hul label Atlantic Records laat val is en alles behalwe ontbind is, wat volgens Sorum weer te wyte was aan spanning tussen Astbury en Duffy. [30] Na 'n kort toer saam met die terugkerende lede, Craig Adams en Scott Garrett, het die orkes in Oktober amptelik opgehou. [31]

Na 'n paar maande se gerugte, is 'n tweede Cult -reünie in Januarie 2006 aangekondig, met baskitaarspeler Chris Wyse en tromspeler John Tempesta (voorheen Exodus, Testament en meer) wat die volgende maand by die groep aangesluit is. [32] Hierdie reeks het vir 'n paar jaar stabiel gebly en vrygestel Hierin gebore in 2007, twee enkelspelers in 2010, en Keuse van wapen in 2012. [13] In Julie 2013 vertrek die toer -kitaarspeler Dimkich om by Bad Religion aan te sluit, met James Stevenson wat weer sy plek inneem. [22] Vroeg in 2015 was beide Stevenson en Wyse weg, met Chris Chaney wat die meerderheid basopnames op die groep se 2016 -album bygedra het Versteekte stad. [33] Nadat die album klaar was, het die orkes teruggekeer met nuwe lede Grant Fitzpatrick op bas en Damon Fox op klawers en ritmekitaar. [34]


HOAXTEAD NAVORSING

Dit is 'n rukkie sedert ons laas 'n relatiewe nuweling in ons Hoaxteader Hall of Infamy voorgestel het, maar Tina Simerly het haarself 'n plek verower met haar walglike Facebook -blad, Eatin ’ Liver Matters.

Eintlik ken jy Tina Simerly beter as die psigotiese heuwelbilly ‘Tina Kachina ’. Blykbaar voel Tina 'n soort wit meisie -affiniteit vir First Peoples ’ -kulture, so sy het net die naam geleen ‘Kachina ’, wat beteken dat ‘spirit ’ in die Cherokee -taal is. Heilige kulturele toeëiening, Tina!

Sy het 'n paar ontmoetings gehad met die gereelde HR -kommentator Gabriella Barney, en kom gewoonlik aan die einde:

Soos alle Hoaxtead -stooters, mis Tina nooit die geleentheid om beelde van RD ’s se kinders, RD self, of die kinders, ouers, onderwysers, geestelikes en sakelui van Hampstead te deel nie. Gelukkig is baie van die onwettige materiaal wat sy gedeel het, verwyder, meestal via berigte op Facebook, maar dit is die gedagte wat tel.

Tina skryf graag in 'n vermengde, verwurgde weergawe van Engels, wat ons verseker nie 'n Amerikaanse vorm is nie, maar eerder haar eie uitvinding. Dit is asof sy dink dat skryf soos hierdie sal verseker dat die bevoegdhede wat daaruit voortspruit, nie haar bestaan ​​sal behaal nie (nie dat dit 'n vliegende nuus oor haar gee nie, maar u weet nooit, nè?):

Hierdie gans is jou soetste, spraaksaamste voëloog wat ek nog ooit ontmoet het! Dit is 'n plesier vir ons en dit lyk asof dit nie net 'n toevallige gans is nie, en dit is ook nie hier om te eet nie, want dit lyk nie eens asof dit belangstel in u hoender krap of enigiets anders wat ons daaraan gooi nie. Tiz 'n baie krusige kritter konneksie N daad.

Dit is natuurlik ook moontlik dat Tina bloot aan 'n soort intellektuele gestremdheid ly. Moeilik om te sê, regtig.

Tina woon in die omgewing van Cosby, Tennessee, saam met haar lewensmaat in paranoïese laster, Xander McDouall, ook bekend as Kaptein Xander, en sy is bekend vir haar jare lange patologiese afkeer van seep en water:

In haar vrye tyd oefen sy graag haar Illuminati -handseine: wil u sien hoe moorddadig 'n Hoaxtead -drukker kan word? Hier is 'n voorbeeld van Tina ’s YouTube … sê net nie dat ons u nie gewaarsku het nie:

U moet dit regtig aan die Hoaxteaders gee - hulle weet regtig hoe om dit te kies!


Kachina Cult -tydlyn - geskiedenis


Die Hopi is 'n inheemse Amerika -nasie wat hoofsaaklik woon op die 1,5 miljoen hektaar groot Hopi -reservaat in die noordooste van Arizona. Die reservaat word omring deur die Navajo -reservaat. Hopi's noem hulself Hopitu - 'Die vreedsame mense'.

Die naam Hopi is die verkorte vorm van die titel na wat hulle hulself noem, "Hopituh Sinom", "die mense van Hopi". Hopi is 'n konsep wat diep gewortel is in die kultuur se godsdiens, spiritualiteit en sy siening van moraliteit en etiek. Om Hopi te wees, is om na hierdie konsep te streef, maar 'n mens bereik dit nooit in hierdie lewe nie. Hierdie konsep is 'n idee waarin u in 'n toestand van totale eerbied en respek vir alle dinge verkeer, om vrede te hê met hierdie dinge en om te lewe volgens die leerstellings van 'maasaw'.

Hopi's woon in die noordooste van Arizona aan die suidelike punt van die Black Mesa. 'N Mesa is die naam wat gegee word aan 'n klein geïsoleerde plat heuwel met drie steil sye, die 1ste genoem

Bewyse dui daarop dat die Hopi bestaan ​​uit die afstammelinge van verskillende groepe wat die land vanuit die noorde, die ooste en die suide binnegekom het, en dat 'n reeks bewegings 'n tydperk van waarskynlik drie eeue en miskien aansienlik langer gedek het.

Dit lyk asof hul voorouers, die Anasazi, verwant was aan die Asteke van Mexiko, en het moontlik 5 tot 10 duisend jaar gelede op hul huidige plek aangekom. In daardie tyd het hulle 'n ingewikkelde seremoniële kalender ontwikkel wat hulle gehelp het om te oorleef en sterk te wees op 'n plek wat skynbaar nie genoeg betroubare water het om lewe te onderhou nie.

Related to people of the various Pueblos to the east, the Hopis never actually had a single group identity--they were independent villages, sharing with the Zuni and other Pueblos a basic culture and view of the sacred, while sharing among themselves their own (Uto-Aztecan) language base.

Hopis live in pueblos that are made of stone and mud and stand several stories high. The Kivas are an underground chamber in the pueblo home that they used to talk and have religious ceremonies in. They used the kivas for 100 years. The center of the floor had a fire pit. You climb down a ladder to get to the south end where a bench was placed for spectators.

The walls of some Hopi houses are constructed of undressed stone fragments bound with mud plaster. The flat roof consists of beams resting on the tops of the walls, pole battens, rod and grass thatching, a layer of gumbo plaster, and a covering of dry earth. Most of the houses are more than single story, some as much as four stories. The upper apartments are reached by outside ladders.


Honanki Ruins: Photos Reveal Sprawling, Ancient Pueblos Live Science - December 18, 2017
Early native people have long made their homes in the east-central region of today's Arizona. The Clovis People (11,500 B.C. to 9000 B.C.) once hunted mammoths, giant sloths, bison and camels here in what was a savanna-like climate. When the big-game animals disappeared around 9000 B.C., so too did the Clovis people. Yet, the land was still rich in natural resources, and soon groups of archaic people with their hunting-gathering nomadic lifestyles moved into and across the land.

The Honanki Heritage Site is a cliff dwelling and rock art site located in the Coconino National Forest, about 15 miles (24 km) west of Sedona, Arizona. The Sinagua people of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples, and ancestors of the Hopi people, lived here from about 1100 to 1300 AD. The Palatki Heritage Site is nearby, also in the Coconino National Forest.

Although the Hopi are composed of elements that must have spoken diverse tongues, their speech is readily recognized as a dialog of the Shoshonean language, which in various forms was spoken in a large part of the Great Basin between the Rocky mountains and the Sierra Nevada, in southwestern Oregon, and in southern California even to the coast and on Santa Catalina island and which furthermore is undoubtedly allied to the great Aztecan language. A linguistic map would represent the Hopi as an isolated people surrounded by alien tongues

The traditional Hopi are organized into matrilineal clans. When a man marries, the children from the relationship are members of his wife's clan. The Bear Clan is one of the more prominent clans.

The women and men each have specific jobs or duties they perform. The women own the land and the house. They also cook and weave the baskets. The men plant and harvest, weave cloth, and perform the ceremonies.

When a child is born they get a special blanket and a perfect ear of corn. On the 20 th day they take the child to the mesa cliff and hold it facing the rising sun. When the sun hits the baby is given a name.

The traditional Hopi are organized into matrilineal clans. When a man marries, the children from the relationship are members of his wife's clan. The Bear Clan is one of the more prominent clans. The Hopi, more than most Native American peoples, retain and continue to practice their traditional ceremonial culture. However, like other tribes, they are severely impacted by the ambient American culture.

A Hopi bride grinds corn for three days at her future husband's house to show she has wife skills. The groom and his male relatives weave her wedding clothes. After they are finished, the bride to be walks home in one wedding outfit, and carries the other in a container. Women are also buried in their wedding outfit so when they entered the spirit world they would be dressed appropriately. A Hopi man wears several bead necklaces on his wedding day.

Traditionally the Hopi were highly skilled subsistence farmers. With the installation of electricity and the necessity of having a motor vehicle and the other things which can be purchased, the Hopi have been moving into a cash economy with many people seeking and holding outside jobs as well as earning money from traditional crafts.

Art is a way for the Southwestern Native Americans to communicate their dreams, visions, and beliefs to each other or to people today.

Pottery, clothing, and making baskets are just a portion of the great arts and crafts of the Southwest Native Americans. Their art used symbols and signs to represent their ideas, beliefs, dreams, and visions.

Pottery was made for everyday use, including cooking, storage, bathing, and religious ceremonies.They were painted and carved with designs that told a story.

Modern earthen ware is considerably softer and of coarser texture than the pieces that have been exhumed in large numbers from the ruins of this region. The most successful imitator of this ancient ware, who is not a Hopi at all, but the Tewa woman Nampeyo, of the village Hano, says that its superiority was obtained by the use of lignite, by which the prehistoric potters were able to fire their vessels for several days but a well-informed traditionalist, on the contrary, asserts that it is the result of burying the clay in moist sand for a long time, perhaps two moons, which 'caused something in the clay to rot'."

The clothing they wore depended on what they did. They lived in a warm climate so they wore little clothing. They would dress in flowers and paint with feather headdresses. They also used clothing to signify their fighting skills.

The Southwest Indians were the most skilled in making baskets. They would decorate the baskets with colors and patterns. They could be very symbolic like the art they made. The Hopi method of basket making has not changed for hundreds of years.

The very first Southwest Native Americans hunted mammoths until they became extinct. Then people began to hunt buffalo, also known as bison, as well as collect wild plants for food. They also learned to grow maize, or corn, that was their most common grain, which became domesticated in Mexico.

Corn is the central food of daily life, and piki - paper thin bread made from corn and ash--is the dominant food at ceremonies. Corn relies on the farmer to survive, and the Hopi relies on the corn - all life is designed to be interrelated.

The Hopi Indians grew food similar to the Navajo Indians. They raised corn or maize as the basic food. The Hopi Indians based religious ceremonies on the corn they grew.They grew 24 different kinds of corn, but the blue and white was the most common.They also grew beans, squash, melons, pumpkins, and fruit.

Kachina dolls were carved out wood by the Zuni and Hopi tribes. There are over 300 different Kachinas. They are generally clothed in masks and costumes to look like the men who dressed up as Kachina spirits. They were given to children to teach them to identify the different parts of Kachina dolls, and the parts they play in tribal ceremonies.

The Kachinas, or Gods, were beings of a great might and power to the Native Americans. They were known to come down to Earth and help the native Americans tend their fields brining wisdom about agriculture, law and government. They physically interacted with the people themselves. There are drawings of them on cave walls.

The famous Hopi Prophecy speaks about the return of the Blue Kachina to herald in the Fifth Age of Man. This is not unlike any other culture who await the return of their god or creational force - Example - Jesus.

Hopi Kachina Dancer and Kachina Doll

Kokopelli is a god worshipped by many southeastern tribes. He is a humpbacked flautist. Among the Hopi, he brought the fetuses to pregnant women, and took part in many rituals relating to marriage.

Muyingwa is the god of germination.

Taiowa is the creator god. He made Sotuknang and ordered him to make the universe. The first world was called Topela and had land, water and air, as well as Koyangwuti (spider woman), who then created twins, Poqanghoya and Palongawhoya. They made rivers, oceans and mountains. Koyangwuti then made all organisms, but most of the men did not obey the gods, so Sotuknang killed them with a flood. Two more bad worlds were created and destroyed.

The fourth world, the modern world, is Tuwaqachi.

was the endless, primordial space before creation. Good people go west and become kachinas, but there is no absolute connection between the former soul and the kachina.

Myths From Hopi Stone Tablets

Myth 1: The Mission of Two Brothers

This Bow Clan chief had two grown sons. When they learned of their father's misdeed, they were very sad. Their knowledge of the teachings which they had received from him was all in order. Now they were left alone to lead their people, for the very next day their father died.

They asked their mother to permit them to carry out the order of their instructions for an event of this nature. She replied that it was up to them, for their knowledge was complete. Upon agreement, the younger brother was to continue in search of Maasau'u, and to settle where he found him. There he would await the return of this older brother, who was to travel eastward toward the rising sun, where he would rest briefly. While resting, he must listen for the voice of his younger brother, who would expect him to come to his aid, for the change in the life pattern will have disrupted the way of life of his people. Under the pressure of a new ruler they will surely be wiped off the face of the earth unless he comes.

So today we are still standing firmly on the Great Spirit's instructions. We will continue to look and pray toward the East for his prompt return. The younger brother warned the elder that the land and the people would change "But do not let your heart be troubled," he said, "for you will find us. Many will turn away from the life plan of Maasau'u, but a few of us who are true to his teachings will remain in our dwellings. The ancient character of our heads, the shape of our houses, the layout of our villages, and the type of land upon which our village stands, and our way of life. All will be in order, by which you will find us."

Before the first people had begun their migrations the people named Hopi were given a set of stone tablets. Into these tablets the Great Spirit inscribed the laws by which the Hopi were to travel and live the good way of life, the peaceful way. They also contain a warning that the Hopi must beware, for in time they would be influenced by wicked people to forsake the life plan of Maasau'u. It would not be easy to stand up against this, for it would involve many good things that would tempt many good people to forsake these laws. The Hopi would be led into a most difficult position. The stones contain instructions to be followed in such a case.

The older brother was to take one of the stone tablets with him to the rising sun, and bring it back with him when he hears the desperate call for aid. His brother will be in a state of hopelessness and despair. His people may have forsaken the teachings, no longer respecting their elders, and even turning upon their elders to destroy their way of life. The stone tablets will be the final acknowledgment of their true identity and brotherhood. Their mother is Sun Clan. They are the children of the sun.

So it must be a Hopi who travelled from here to the rising sun and is waiting someplace. Therefore it is only the Hopi that still have this world rotating properly, and it is the Hopi who must be purified if this world is to be saved. No other person anyplace will accomplish this. The older brother had to travel fast on his journey for there was not much time, so the horse was created for him. The younger brother and his people continued on in search of Maasau'u.

On their way they came to a land that looked fertile and warm. Here they marked their clan symbols on the rock to claim the land. This was done by the Fire Clan,the Spider Clan, and the Snake Clank. This place is know called Moencopi. They did not settle there at that time. While the people were migrating, Maasau'u was waiting for the first ones to arrive. In those days he used to take walks near the place where he lived, carrying a bunch of violet flowers (du-kyam-see) in his belt. One day he lost them along the way. When he went to look for them he found that they had been picked up by the Hornytoad Woman. When he asked her for the flowers she refused to give them back, but instead gave him her promise that she would help him in time of need. "I too have a metal helmet," she told him, (possibly meaning that certain people with metal helmets would help the Hopi when they get into difficulty).

Often Maasau'u would walk about a half mile north of his du-pa-cha ( a type of temporary house) to a place where there lay a long rock which formed a natural shelter, which he must have picked as the place where he and the first people would find each other. While waiting there he would amuse himself by playing a game to test his skill, the name of which (Nadu-won-pi-kya), was to play an important part later on in the life of the Hopi, for it was here that the knowledge and wisdom of the first people was to be tested. Until recent times children used to play a similar game there, something like "hide-and-seek." One person would hide, then signal by tapping on the rock, which would transmit the sound in a peculiar way so that the others could not tell exactly where the tapping was coming from. (Some years ago this rock was destroyed by government road builders.) It was here that they found Maasau'u waiting.

Before the migrations began Maasau'u had let it be known, though perhaps not by direct instructions, that whoever would find him first would be the leader there. Later it became clear that this was a procedure by which their true character would be specified.

When they found him, the people gathered and sat down with him to talk. The first thing they wanted to know was where he lived. He replied that he lived just north of there at a place called Oraibi. For a certain reason he did not name it fully. The full name is Sip-Oraibi, meaning something that has been solidified, referring to the fact that this is the place where the earth was made solid.

They asked permission to live there with him. He did not answer directly, for within them he saw evil. "It is up to you," he said. "I have nothing here. My life is simple. All I have is my planting stick and my corn. If you are willing to live as I do, and follow my instructions, the life plan which I shall give you, you may live here with me, and take care of the land. Then you may have a long, happy, fruitful life."

Then they asked him whether he would be their leader, thinking that thus they would be assured a peaceful life. "No," he replied, "the one who led you here will be the leader until you fulfill your pattern of life," (for he saw into their hearts and knew that they still had many selfish desires). "After that I will be the leader, but not before, for I am the first and I shall be the last." Having left all the instructions with them, he disappeared.

Chief Dan Evehema, Grandfather Martin Gashweseoma and son-in-law Emery Homes shared wisdom's about the stones how they came to be and current events and where about of the sacred tablets. The presentation took over 2 hours but according to the Chief Martin & Emery to get the full details you would need 8 to 9 days. This is what was recorded of this conversation.

As Emery spoke of mankind's future according to our Native Prophecies he unfolded the story of the five Hopi stone tablets, given by the creator long, long ago. One of these tablets was kept by the Creator.

Two tablets were kept by the Hopis themselves passed down from generation to generation and used to renew Holy vows of spiritual commitments to the people and the creator at special times of the year. Martin was the last one who held the great responsibility for its care, a duty that had evolved to him by default because his uncle had lost honor by an act of adultery and was therefore no longer worthy to be the caretaker. Miss fortune later came to Martin also in this quest.

He was instructed and trained by his uncle earlier that when certain signs in nature were observed, the tablet should be taken to Santa Fe, the first US capital in the West recognized by the Hopi people. The signs came, Emery explained as he translated Martins story, Chief Martin set in deep thought and prayer a sadness of the ages around him.

As Grandfather Martin has been taught, he watched for the sign. It was the middle of winter, and the peach tree came into full bloom. Desert flowers came into full bloom, and snakes were seen out when they should have been in hibernation. These were the signs he had been waiting for, his signal to take the tablet to Santa Fe. So a delegation was organized to go to Santa Fe to share this knowledge with other Spiritual leaders.

As this story unfolds his relatives objected strongly. They organized and assessed that he had done wrong in taking the stone to Santa Fe saying he had made grave errors in judgments and was not fit to have the stone, saying that it was in the wrong household. So they took the stone tablet from him by force. Now Martin and Emery, said as of that day they did not know where the stone is.

In asking what the tablets looked like the Elders explained that 4 of them were exactly the same, two were left with the Hopi people, two were given to the true brothers to bring back at a special time in history, along with other sacred items from the four directions, when the world reunites in peace. The fifth one the Elders tell us was kept by the Creator and was different markings. Similar to one on the poster of a Hinduism Today paper "Truth is One, Paths Are Many" Grandfather Martin said.

This is a great loss for the Elder and now his life is centered around finding the true Brothers and telling the world of the great prophecies of the Hopis, the Mayans and other civilizations. These were shared next as the elders explained to us about there commitment to the human race and mother earth Chief Martin would often say, "We are humans: we cannot eat the money." We must plant our fields and pray for guidance honor all the ceremonials, we can eat the Corn. He then disclosed a package of pictographs, the main one the size of a road map, consisting of numerous papers tapped together all in a single strip that we rolled out, page after page until it was open, over 8 feet long.

Emery and Martin explained to us very patiently and slowly the Mayan pictographs. The story of the pictures in words sometimes Hopi sometimes English. Beginning in ancient times and ending with four possible pathways that mankind can choose from their actions as a collective group. The choices range from complete destruction and loss of sunlight, to less server circumstances, providing corruption and greed has not already gone to far. The Elders seemed less optimistic then we had all hoped. The main concerns of the Elders and Holy people was Starvation and Marshal Law both they are already seeing to close as a new reality.

On this day, still waiting for the true white brother, the Elders came together in a meeting when East meets West. Hopi spiritual leaders of Hotevilla Arizona hosted The Hindu delegation led by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami in a special prayer meeting at the corn fields at Chief Dan Evehema's corn fields.

The Hopi have been affected by missionary work by several religions and also by consumerism and alcoholism. Nevertheless there remains a traditionalist core.

The people of the Southwest, along with the Southeast had full-time religious leaders with shrines or temple buildings. Most Native Americans believe that in the universe there exists an Almighty, a spiritual force that is the source of all life. The Almighty belief is not pictured as a man in the sky, but is believed to be formless and exist in the universe. The sun is viewed as the power of the Almighty.

They are not worshipping the sun, but praying to the Almighty, and the sun is a sign and symbol for that. Native Americans show less interest in an afterlife unlike the Christians. They assume the souls of the dead go to another part of the universe where they have a new existence carrying on everyday activities like they were still alive. They are just in a different world.

The religious and ceremonial life of the Hopi centers in the kiva, which is simply a room, wholly or partly subterranean and entered by way of ladder through an opening in the flat roof. While the membership of the kiva consists principally of men and boys from certain clan or clans, there is no case in which all the members of a kiva belong to one clan- a condition inseparable from the provision that a man may change his kiva membership, and in fact made necessary by the existence of more clans than kivas. It is probable, nevertheless, that originally the kivas were clan institutions."

The Hopi or "Hopituh Shi-nu-mu" meaning "The Peaceful People" or the "Peaceful Little Ones" are a well know Indian Nation in Northern Arizona, especially known for their "Kachina Dolls". The Navajo name for the Hopi is Anazazi which means "ancient enemies". The Hopi's are a very peaceful tribe whose reservation lies somewhat in the center of the Navajo Nation and although the co-exist because of their geography their relationship is somewhat strained because of their tribal histories.

The cliff painting of the Mesa Verde and other areas are said to be "guides" for their warriors and they claim that the "snake-shaped" mounds in the eastern United States were built by their ancestors.

The "Snake Dance" is performed even today although the picture is of a Snake Priest Circa 1890. The dance takes about two weeks to prepare and the snakes are gathered and watched over by the children. The snakes are usually rattle snakes and are dangerous but no harm seems to befall the children. Before the dance begins the dancers take an emetic (probably a sedative herb or hallucinogenic) and then dance with the snakes in their mouths. There is usually an Antelope Priest in attendance who helps with the dance, sometimes stroking the snakes with a feather or supporting their weight. After the dance the snakes are released to carry the prayers of the dancers.

Beside the trail that leads from the Hopi mesas to an ancient shrine where salt was gathered in the Grand Canyon, a large boulder bears the markings of clans which carved their emblems into the rock each time they passed on a pilgrimage.

From various quarters, the Hopi have brought with them in their migration from other regions or have borrowed from other pueblo a mass of religious practices, and the result is a complex presenting many anomalies and obscurities. They recognize a very large number of deities, and of none can it be said that he is supreme. The explanation may be that that each was the principal deity of some one group that entered into the making of the present Hopi people. Numerous ceremonies are performed at proscribed times, which are determined by the position of the rising sun with reference to certain landmarks or by the moon.

In the Hopi Medicine Wheel of the Hopi prophecy of the four peoples of the Earth, the cardinal direction North represents the body, plants and animals, the color white and 'white skinned peoples', and Childhood. (can also represent birth, and/or meeting a stranger and learning to trust as in infancy, explained in Erik Erikson's stages of Psychosocial development).

The East is held to represent the mind, air, the color yellow and 'yellow skinned peoples', learning the groups to which people belong and Adolescence.

The South holds the heart, fire, the color red and 'red skinned peoples', and Adulthood.

Finally West holds the spirit, water, the color blue or black, and 'black-skinned peoples' and Elderhood. West also represents the final life stage in the wheel, being an elder and passing on knowledge to the next generation so that the wheel may start again just like the circle it takes after.

In many other tribes, however, the Northern direction corresponds to Adulthood (the White Buffalo), the South represents Childhood (the Serpent), the West represents Adolescence (the Bear) and the Eastern direction represents Death and Re-birth (Eagle). In terms of social dynamics, community building and the use of Circles in Restorative Justice work, the four quadrants of the circle correspond to Introductions.

Star Knowledge - Ant People

Native Americans followed the movements of the celestial markers - much as we do today. They called it Star Knowledge. Beyond the land where they lived, was the sky, and that beyond were dimensional portals or sky holes. Beyond that was an area that they called the Ocean of Pitch, were the beauty of the night sky and the galaxies spun out towards them. Beyond that were the boundaries of the universe. And that set along the rim at the boundaries of the universe were 4 different exterrestrial groups.

The Hopi called the Pleiadians the Chuhukon, meaning those who cling together. They considered themselves direct descendents of the Pleiadians. The Navajos named the Pleiades the Sparkling Suns or the Delyahey, the home of the Black God. The Iroquois pray to them for happiness. The Cree came to have come to earth from the stars in spirit form first and then became flesh and blood.

Each year a medicine man performs the green corn dance where he takes 7 ears of corn from 7 fields of the 7 clans to insure a healthy harvest. Early Dakota stories speak of the Tiyami home of the ancestors as being the Pleiades. Astronomy tells us that the Pleiades rise with the sun in May and that when you die your spirit returns south to the seven sisters.

They believe that Mythic Mountain is actually the home of the Kachinas. This mountain top is a sacred one. Being the home of the kachina spirits it is the place where all of the large mythic beings they honor in their rituals land. "We come as clouds to bless the Hopi people" is a quote passed from generation to generation.

There are some remarkable drawings that appear to be luminous discs of light in the petroglyphs all along the south west. Photographs of Billy Meier's Pleiadian space and beam ships look just like these rock petroglyphs from long ago.

The Snake People and the Ant People

The Apache and other Pueblo Indians, such as the Zunis and Hopi, have legends about their ancestors emerging from an underground world, generally after some cataclysmic event, as if a cycle in time, or another reboot in the programmed realities of the human experiment, always linked to star gods, or star people, who brought them here from outer space.

They speak of the Snake People (metaphor for human DNA) and the Ant People (gray aliens,) who protected them beneath the surface. Physical reality is a metaphor for 'beneath the surface'. To rise above is to return to higher consciousness, through the Back Hole (Eye of Time) or the Stargate of human creation.

Hopi Prophecy speaks of the return of the Blue Kachina, or Star People at the end of this cycle of time.



Imprint of a gray alien placed in my crystal, while I meditated in the mountains of Sedona.

Today there are 12 Hopi villages on or below the three mesas, with Moencopi to the west (on Dinetah), and Keams Canyon to the east. Each village has its own village chief, and each contributes to the annual cycle its own ceremonies. Each village presents its own distinct cast of katsinam, and each village has maintained its own balance of engagement with the Euro-American culture and traditional Hopi practices and views.

Today, the Hopi Indians are divided into to traditional --which preserve ancient lands and customs, and new - who work with outsiders. The Hopi Indians today love their traditions, arts, and land, but also love the modern American life. Their kids go to school and they use medical centers. The Hopi live and work outside of the reservations. Troubles with the Navajo whose reservations surround the Hopi still continue today.

There are now eight Hopi pueblos, all of them on the tops of mesas. The Hopi villages were established on their present almost inaccessible sites for purposes of defense and with the same object in view the builders formerly never left a door in the outer walls of the first story, access to the rooms invariably being through hatchways in the roof.


Timeline of Joyce Meyer's life

As reported by Joyce Meyer in her books and tapes, the Post-Dispatch and according to St. Louis County and Jefferson County records.

June 4, 1943 - Joyce Meyer is born.

June 5, 1943 - Meyer's father leaves for WW II (for the next three years Meyer saw him only once). When he returns home from the war, he is bitter, angry and addicted to alcohol, she says.

1946 - Sexual abuse by Meyer's father begins (it continues for the next 15 years, according to Meyer).

1951 - Meyer tells her mother that she was being sexually abused by her father. Her mother examines her and confronts her father. He claims Joyce was lying the mother believes him.

1952 - At age 9, Meyer says she is "born again" while visiting family members out of town. She says she experienced a "glorious cleansing." A day later, she recalls, she cheats at a game of hide-and-go-seek.

1957 - At age 14, Meyer's mother walks into her house and catches her father sexually abusing her. The mother walks back out and returns two hours later acting as if she had never been there.

1961 - At age 18, Meyer leaves home and "married the first young man who showed an interest in me." She called him a "manipulator, thief and a con man. We moved around a lot. Once he abandoned me in California with nothing but one dime and a carton of soda pop bottles."

1964 - At age 21, Meyer has a miscarriage.

Summer, 1965 - While pregnant with her first child, Meyer writes that she became "dangerously close to losing my mind." (She says she went to a hospital clinic, couldn't eat or sleep and began taking over-the-counter sleeping pills).

Dec. 18, 1965 - At age 22, Meyer gives birth to her oldest son, David, who she names after her brother.

Summer 1966 - Meyer takes her son and "what I could carry" and leaves her husband. She calls her father and asks if she could come home.

September 1966 - Meyer divorces her first husband. Meanwhile, Meyer's mother's mental health deteriorates. She begins having violent fits and one night beats Meyer with a broom.

Late 1966 - Dave Meyer, an engineering draftsman, meets Joyce briefly while she is washing her mother's car. He tries to flirt with her, but she brushes him off. Soon after, they begin to date. Five dates later, he asks her to marry him.

Jan. 7, 1967 - Dave and Joyce marry, but she says that neither marriage nor church solved her problems. She says she was filled with self-pity and was verbally abusive, depressed and bitter.

April 5, 1968 - Daughter Laura Marie Meyer (now Laura Holtzmann) is born.

Oct. 8, 1969 - Daughter Sandra Ellen Meyer (now Sandra McCollom) is born.

February, 1976 - Joyce Meyer, at a red traffic light while driving home from the beauty shop, says she felt her heart fill with faith about what God was going to do. She began to thank him for it.

Months later in 1976 - Meyer begins a 6 a.m. bible class at Miss Hulling's restaurant in downtown St. Louis with her fellow employees at Isis Seafood Co., where she was the office manager.

Dec. 23, 1979 - Son Daniel B. Meyer is born.

1982 - Meyer leaves her Lutheran church and begins as an assistant minister at Life Christian Center, then a storefront church.

1983 - Meyer's first radio show begins airing on [WCBW] radio station. Soon after, her ministry buys time on six radio stations from Chicago to Kansas City.

August 27, 1985 - Life in the Word organizes as a "general not-for-profit corporation."

May 27, 1986 - Life in the Word wins 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service as a religious organization.

1993 - Meyer first appears on television. Later that in this year, David Meyer, then 53, has his own religious experience. "In the bathroom, God opened his heart to me," Dave is quoted as saying in a Post-Dispatch article Oct. 17, 1999.

Oct. 13, 1993 - David and Joyce Meyer buy 1109 Summerlake Estates Drive. This is the address that nearly all of the Meyers and administrators of Life in the Word use as their legal address.

April 10, 1996 - Life in the Word files for a fictitious name registration for Hand of Hope, 300 Biltmore Drive, Suite 115, Fenton with the secretary of state.

May 9, 1996 - Life In the Word buys 52 acres at 700 Grace Parkway, where the ministry headquarters will be built.

April 27, 1999 - Life in the Word, Inc. buys 12128 Gravois Road, a 14-room, 3,336-square-foot Cape Cod home built in 1948 and completely rehabbed by Life in the Word. Not long after the rehab, David and Joyce Meyer move in.

Dec. 31, 1999 - Life in the Word reports that it took in $68,216,538 and spent $41,182,105 for 1999.

March 3, 2000 - Rage Against Destruction is incorporated as a non-profit with the Missouri Secretary of State.

Sept. 7, 2000 - The State of Missouri exempts Life in the Word from sales and use taxes on purchases and sales until 2005.

October, 2000 - Meyer becomes the first woman and first St. Louis native to be a main preacher at an event at the TWA Dome in St. Louis. More than 16,000 women attend.

March 30, 2001 - At 75 percent complete, the Jefferson County assessor places 700 Grace Parkway, Life in the Word's headquarters, on the county's property tax rolls for a value of $12.9 million.

Aug. 18, 2001 - 70 people die and 54 are injured in a fire at a budget hotel in Quezon City, Philippines, where they were attending a conference for Joyce Meyer Ministries and Don Clowers Ministries.

Dec, 31, 2001 - With the deadline looming, Life in the Word pays Jefferson County $288,177 for its 2001 property taxes at 700 Grace Parkway under protest.

March 7, 2002 - David and Joyce Meyer purchase a home on Grand View Drive in the prestigious Porto Cima private golf community on the shore of the Lake of the Ozarks.

March 27, 2002 - Life in the Word sues Jefferson County Assessor Randy B. Holman for their taxes on its headquarters. Meyer claims the ministry should be tax exempt as a church. Holman had decided it did not meet the state law because the headquarters building did not hold church services or allow the public inside.

July 24, 2002 - The Jefferson County Board of Equalization rules against the county assessor on Meyer's appeal of her 2002 property taxes on the ministry's headquarters building. The property is stripped from the tax rolls, causing a public outcry from taxpayers, who must pay more in taxes.

Oct. 8, 2002 - The Anti-Defamation League accuses Meyer's Rage Against Destruction, a program that goes into schools with a musical presentation, is really a front for a Christian evangelical group that wants to convert students.

Oct. 10, 2002 - The New Jersey Coalition for Free Exercise of Religion urges schools to bar Rage Against Destruction because it is a veiled religious pitch for Joyce Meyer Ministries.

Oct. 11 and 12, 2002 - Joyce Meyer speaks as the keynote speaker at the Christian Coalition's Road to Victory 2002 convention held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. She condemns the separation of church and state.

Nov. 18, 2002 - Rage Against Destruction files its tax form for 2001. It lists that it raised $279,100 and it spent $235,365. Meyer is listed as the board's vice president her husband Dave was the president.

Dec. 19, 2002 - Joyce Meyer Ministries pays $26,141 in personal property taxes to the St. Louis County assessor for its corporate jet. While the ministry had paid $8.7 million for the jet, the county listed its worth at $1 million.

April 25, 2003 - Instead of giving the county access to its records and property, Life in the Word drops its lawsuit against the Jefferson County assessor for the headquarters' property taxes.

June 6, 2003 - MinistryWatch, a watchdog group that looks at ministries and churches to determine whether they are using their money for charitable purposes, gives Life In the Word/Joyce Meyer Ministries an "F" rating for not divulging their financial picture.

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