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R.R. Book

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White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« on: August 10, 2018, 04:01:30 PM »
Narrator of the following in-progress video series is a Christocentric individual who has broadly studied other traditions as well as the sciences, and seems to have integrated them into a coherent whole. 

He makes a remarkable statement in this series: any person of peace may camp out on Hopi land and live among them, which he himself does in order to make the documentary.  Those of you reading this who have no other place of refuge may want to take note...our numbers are relatively small, so a lengthy, respectful sojourn by a few of our readers probably would not overwhelm the Hopi.



Narrator prefaces the discussion by emphasizing the steps he has taken to be tactful: not photographing burial grounds, etc.  He does break federal - but not tribal - law in order to take drone camera footage, with at least tacit permission from his hosts, giving us a rare glimpse of the "lay of the land." 

The Hopi guard some secrets, such as the location of a broken stone tablet from the Great Spirit whom they call Massau'u' (Messiah?).  Narrator explains that instead of directly asking questions, the Hopi are more comfortable allowing guests to arrive at an answer themselves and allow them to confirm it.

The one adjective used repeatedly in describing the Hopi is "humble."  Their land is kept very plain, with no tourist attractions such as a casino.  Two things stand out: an aerial view of the Four Corners Monument in New Mexico and a mysterious adjacent structure - both modern - which the Bureau of Land Management tried to stop narrator from filming.  The BLM was responsible for the construction of both, not the Hopi.  Close-up screenshot of the odd adjacent structure at the bottom of this post.  Is there a similarity with the crop circle discs that we discussed yesterday?





Two more things stand out: dinosaur footprints are everywhere, and there are no cell phone towers.



No discussions with the Hopi may be recorded, especially with regard to the prophecies and the secrets, not even with pencil and paper, so that nothing becomes commercialized. 

Monuments can be visited in person that may exist nowhere on film.  The drone camera allowed narrator access to places that would be difficult to get to on foot and impossible with a vehicle. 

The Natives live out in the middle of the desert in huts, scattered all about the land, without electricity.  At night, there is the remarkable sight of the desert being lit up with thousands of torches.

To Be Continued...

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The landscapes in the Four Corners area are like four completely different planets, and you cross from one scene to another abruptly.

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This was more of a spiritual visit for me.  I just wanted to get in touch with the Father / Source and just feel what was going on.

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There is currently some distortion of Hopi prophecy because of tensions with the Navajo over the Zuni tribe in between them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YX-9tTxAis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKWy04-dVf0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOHbWRJE1_w
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Re: White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2018, 01:21:05 PM »
What an amazing revelation reading the article and viewing the videos, especially the first one.

I had no idea the Hopi had maintained a lot of their old ways.  It was a totally pleasant shock to learn they have no casinos, no 4G cell towers, (and presumably no 5G next year either!), and all of this makes me want to visit them!

Thanks for posting, RR!!!!!

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Re: White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2018, 04:42:42 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jLBcCk1TOMusing

Brief update:

@ around 35:45, narrator explains the plan for the next trip to Hopi grounds.  He expects to travel in a small group this time, with the intent of visiting caves in which a remnant of the Anunnaki may reside, known as the Ant People who led the Hopi to safety within the earth prior to the previous pole shift.  The Hopi people were not led into caves, but through openings in the earth that only appeared at certain times.

Specific excursions are planned to the San Francisco Peaks, Monument Valley, and Black Mesa (Mt. Meru).

Narrator makes an interesting connection between Revelation 20:8 and an Anunnaki remnant believed to be on the Hopi reservation, which he considers to be fallen angels, an interpretation that I've never heard before:

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When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth...

Their trip to the reservation will require the help of both Hopi and Navajo guides, depending upon which territory they will be visiting.  Prior spiritual preparation will be done by the visitors ahead of visiting sacred grounds.

He makes the remarkable statement that the group will be viewing something unspecified in the caves that would not have been visible 20 years ago, implying possibly that partial ascension has already occurred.

Here is a photo from Bibliotecapleyades of the presumed entrance into the earth:



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This spot is thought by some to be Sipapu, entrance to the Hopi Underworld.
It is a sacred place of pilgrimage for the Hopi, at the bottom of the Canyon of the Little Colorado above its junction with the Colorado River.

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/branton/esp_sociopol_mojave12.htm#hopi
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Re: White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2018, 05:44:15 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp6CJ81wCaw

Though the journey to Hopi land is not scheduled until late November, two members of the planned team, Rex Bear and geologist David Mauriello, took a separate earlier trip to New Mexico for the purpose of analyzing petroglyphs.

They discard the hastily drawn conclusion of some academics that the strange faces carved in the rock must necessarily be shamans in ceremonial masks.  Seems as if, in the old linear theory of civilization development, everything which antedates us that we don't understand is dismissively attributed to religion.

Instead, Bear and Mauriello discuss cataclysmic cycle theory and postulate that the people who left us the petroglyphs were trying to warn those of us in the future about something terrifying.  They further postulate that these survivors didn't speak the language of mathematics, but instead used the languages at their disposal: art, music and dance.  In addition, Mauriello suspects that the glyphs on consecutive boulders might actually read as a linear sentence.

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This is like we're reading the ancient Bible of the Natives.
~David Mauriello

Oddities discussed about the era of the petroglyphs:
1. Average global temperature had shifted by 15o C within a relatively brief period of time.  That's 59o F.
2. The civilization that wrote on the stones seems to have immediately disappeared afterward
3. Volcanoes were going off at the time that the petroglyph writers disappeared.

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About 100,000 years ago, the stuff hit the fan on this planet.
~David Mauriello

Numerous cataclysms evident on the earth were also acknowledged, spanning the ages.

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There are many stories and prophecies that are talked about in different Native culture of cloud beings that come down and help humanity...Maybe if they are inter-dimensional beings they come through during electromagnetic changes.
~Rex Bear

Mystery: It appears that someone had made attempts to deface the glyphs on some of the boulders and insert others instead, changing the "story."  What might be their motivation?

Both Bear and Mauriello, interestingly, experienced a childhood visitation from positive beings which they describe as similar to the "Ant People" in the petroglyph drawings, beings always depicted as smiling.  According to the Hopi, it was the Ant People who led them underground to safety in the previous earth age.

Posting some random images of petroglyphs from New Mexico:











Bear and Mauriello posted a film of another leg of their journey here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Lyq2wkwDvM

Here's a great elementary-level home-school lesson plan based upon the petroglyphs:
https://sites.google.com/a/asu.edu/sonora-desert-detectives/a-closer-look-at-petroglyphs-and-their-meanings

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Re: White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2018, 04:11:54 PM »
David Mauriello of the Oppenheimer Ranch Project arrived in the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona late last night, on a rendezvous with Rex Bear, Jeff Daugherty and Christian minister Derek Broes, who has been invited by the Hopi to produce a documentary film.  They also expect to be joined soon by MrMBB333.  The group was greeted by a coincidentally-timed police blockade of the entrance to the park.

Visitors to the hotel were ID'd, and no explanations were forthcoming.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stzVaa8XB08

It turns out that a smear campaign is well underway.

From the Navajo Times:
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Monument Valley Tribal Park has closed after a group was filming without a filming permit, leading to a demonstration, according to law enforcement officials.

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The Navajo Nation’s Parks and Recreation Department authorized the closure of the park today (Nov. 29) until further notice.
https://www.navajotimes.com/reznews/monument-valley-closed-due-to-cult-activity/

Follow-up:
https://www.navajotimes.com/reznews/monument-valley-park-reopens-to-public/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7ueu4dAWjM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Sza4AwsxA8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNTSNwa0-cU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZgOO3mrcUw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L39_nT81XYc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L39_nT81XYc
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Re: White spiritual teacher welcomed by Hopi to make documentary
« Reply #5 on: December 04, 2018, 01:56:39 PM »
Truth Community members on the Witness in the Desert project to document Hopi teachings and unusual geographical features of the region also made a stop in Navajo country for a visit.  David Mauriello of the Oppenheimer Ranch Project interviews a Navajo woman who explains several interesting things about her community's beliefs and culture:

*The Navajo people have 4 surnames: the mother's, the father's, the mother's clan name, and the father's clan name.

*They believe in Mother Earth and Father Sky, the Creator

*The people live in the womb of Mother Earth where they are protected

*Their language is sacred

*The forces of nature, such as wind and water, will come to the aid of the people whenever needed

*The Navajo protect the natural monuments of Monument Valley with their prayers, and make sacred mineral offerings to them, believing that the monuments, in turn watch over them.

Dorothy's father, a Navajo Code Talker in WWII, had just passed away as members of the Truth Community were arriving, and we extend our deepest sympathies to her family.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_E9vRPGk6UY

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