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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Purification of Mankind

By Dorothy K Daigle

We are rapidly approaching the prophesied time of great tribulation. In Hopi prophecy, this time is called the time of the Great Purification. In biblical scripture, we are told that if this time of tribulation were not shortened, no human would survive.

Hopi prophecy tells us there will be a time of Great Purification in which many people will perish. However, it is expected that this time will end with some Hopi having been purified. They will survive the Purification.

Cherokee elder and wisdom keeper, John Red Hat Duke, was believed by some to be a member of the Pahana trio. The teachings of this group of three include the forces that are hoped will purify the Hopi people, and provide a hope for all of mankind.

These three forces of purification in Hopi prophecy include the sun, which we believe is symbolic of Creator, the swastika, which we believe is symbolic of forces of nature brought into motion including air, water, earth, and fire, and the Red force, which we believe is the purifying truth of the Red Road Native American spiritual path of the ancestors. This same high-level Red Road spiritual path was exemplified by the life of our beloved partiarch, Abraham.

When we consider these three forces of purification, we understand what a blessing it is to be alive today. We have knowledge close at hand and easily available to show us how to reach this state of purity taught by Jesus, Native American traditional elders, Buddha, the Hindu, and other avatars who teach a possible oneness with Creator. We have wonderful potential in these End Times for spiritual growth.

As we each seek spiritual growth, we find ourselves focusing on positive energy, love in particular. As we focus on love, we help to raise the spiritual consciousness of the entire world. It is believed that the positive energy of one person at the spiritual level of Jesus or Buddha, may negate the negative energy emitted by 70 million people. Just think of the awesome power each of us has to change the world!

It is extremely important for each of us to put forth positive energy, not just for our own spiritual growth, but also to help lighten up the world, i.e. help rid the world of so much hate, intolerance, anger, and violence that appears to be overwhelming our society. If we each do our part, we may help lessen the tremendously catastrophic events of the great tribulation coming our way.

Warm thoughts and blessings to each of you.

Dorothy was taught by Cherokee elder and wisdom keeper, John Red Hat Duke, for over ten years in Keetoowah Cherokee spiritual ways, in Eastern philosophy, and in Judaism. She was raised Christian so she has a good working knowledge of Christianity. She became disillusioned with Christianity so she now follows no religion, but strives to walk the Red Road spiritual path according to Jesus' teachings.

She received her call from Creator in the fall of '92, and was then taught by the great prophet Elijah for four years. She was given four assurances by Creator when He called her. She was told that she was anointed by the Holy One of Israel, that she would be protected until this work was done, that Creator would go before her whenever He sent her somewhere, and that she did not have to prove herself to anyone. She is one of Creator's two prophesied witnesses.

Red Road spiritual teachings of Jesus, Moses, Elijah, and Native American traditional elders are taught in the book Red Hat Speaks by Dorothy K. Daigle. Red Hat Speaks can be ordered from any bookstore, or online from http://www.iuniverse.com for $10.95. We can change the world!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why do there seem to be so many end-time "witnesses" coming out of the woodwork all of a sudden -- each of them ADAMANT that they ARE one of the two chosen witnesses? Obviously most of these are "false prophets" -- egos that have gotten the best of people (have snuck up behind them). Hmm... how does one discern? And, is it really important to know who is or who isn't a "witness", or is it most important to simply follow what's in our heart as we seek to love, forgive and serve the All with patience and humility?