Since the beginning of recorded time, people have been thinking about the end of the world. As such, the planet’s major religions have formulated elaborate viewpoints on this topic. In Christianity, the Bible’s Book of Revelation details Armageddon, the final battle on Earth between the forces of God and Satan. Hinduism offers a version in which Vishnu returns to battle evil as a figure on a white horse. The doomsday beliefs of some ancient religions can still be felt in modern secular society.
As was the case with the conclusion of the Mayan calendar cycle that predicted the end of the world in 2012.But the Mayans didn’t say that , they just said the end of the cycle end 2012 they have different calendar cycles they didn’t said anything about end of earth and that was white men translation
Apocalypse Prophecies: Native End of the World Teachings
Part of the Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant in Lewiston, New York, is seen from the air on August 14, 2003. When Hopi traditionalist interpreter Thomas Banyacya saw it for the first time, he saw his people’s teachings about the end of the world coming to fruition, as they associated the spider lines to websites, electric lines etc.They predicted that thousands of years ago. Prophecies like ‘the land will be crossed by snakes of iron’ have arrived, and they meant the train and so on.
“In the Hopi teachings,” he began, “we are told that toward the end of the world, Spider Woman will come back and she will weave her web across the landscape. Everywhere you will see her web. That’s how we will know that we are coming to the end of this world, when we see her web everywhere. I believe I have just seen her web.”
That was Thomas Banyacya reaction to seeing the Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant, which sends electricity from the Niagara Falls generating plant throughout Western New York. Banyacya is a Hopi traditionalist interpreter and that passage is from Thinking in Indian: a John Mohawk Reader (Fulcrum 2010).
Other Hopi teachings refer to the nine signs. The first sign said the white-skinned men would come, the second said: “Our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices. In his youth, my father saw this prophecy come true with his eyes the white men bringing their families in wagons across the prairies.”
“This is the Third Sign: A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns will overrun the land in large numbers. These White Feathers saw with his eyes the coming of the white men’s cattle.
“This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron. and that was the train, “This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be criss-crossed by a giant spider’s web. This is the electric poles and wires. “This is the Sixth Sign: The land shall be criss-crossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun. The street made of concrete and tar.“This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it. That was the oil spills . “This is the Eighth Sign: You will see many youth, who wear their hair long like my people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn their ways and wisdom. “And this is the Ninth and Last Sign: You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of my people will cease.” Now this is an indication that some kind of cosmic or meteorite that destroy the earth, exactly what the Sumerian said 6000 years ago.
The Hopi aren’t alone when it comes to prophecies about how the world will end either. “Now we think that when the end comes the earth will be destroyed by fire and not one upon it will escape for all the earth will be enveloped in flames and all those who refuse to believe in Gai’wiio’ will be in it,” reads section 77 from The Code of Handsome Lake. Hats also mentioned in the holy books, the bible and the Quran talked about that.
The native also talked about the destruction of the ozone they have a different name for it.
“Among our Abenaki nations it is often said that after Gluskonba (or Gluskabe or Glooskap) left the people and went to an island far out in the Big Water,” Bruchac told ICMN. “There he sits in his wigwam, making arrowheads. And when his lodge is filled with them, he will return and make use of them to destroy the enemies of the Native people.”
The Northern Paiute had Wovoka, a religious leader who was born around 1856 and predicted the coming of a new world. “We don’t know exactly how he imagined the new world would occur but it’s clear that he taught that it would occur through some kind of cataclysmic event maybe through a kind of earthquake, some sources suggest a great snow, new ice age ” said Jeffrey Ostler, a historian at the University of Oregon who has written about Wovoka’s prophecies, during a show on back story radio. “It [cataclysmic event] would destroy or remove European Americans and then after that there would be a renewed world where game would return, ancestors who had died would return to life and Indian people would be able to live well again.”
Ostler explained on the show titled, Apocalypse Now & Then: a History of End-Times, how during the Ghost Dance people would lose consciousness and have visions of the new world.
“You can read some of these visions, they’re quite remarkable where somebody says ‘I died or I lost consciousness and I was on horseback and the world was green and not like this dead world that I’m now living in, then I rode up over a hill and saw a figure coming toward me and it was my sister who had died recently,’” Ostler said on the show. Part of the Ghost Dance movement was a belief that ancestors would return from the spirit world once the new world began.
Only a few details of this prophecy are given in the diary, but the missionaries said that the residents of one Cherokee town had heard a prediction that ‘hail stones the size of half bushels’ would fall ‘on a certain day,’ and when that day came they all fled to the nearby hills and hid themselves in caves or under stones,” McLaughlin, who was a historian at Brown University, wrote in his book of essays.
Dave Courchene, Anishinaabe elder and the founder of Turtle Lodge, an institution that maintains the fires of traditional knowledge in Manitoba, Canada, says prophecies aren’t always negative. He told ICMN that prophecies, to his people, offer hope and direction.
The 4 small people on top are the 4 world and we are entering the fifth world by the other person in front to right side.If you study the sumerian history you will read the same about the star in the left and the cross star on the right side . The 13 spike sun on the left are the 13 nations and the swastika symbol in the centre the passing of the german war. The symbol of the maltese cross on the right is actually the star of sumerian civilization is the reduction in food , bread and famine in 4 direction of earth that was predicted by the sumerian and the native indians. But to the Hobi it is the blue star.The 2 circles in the centres are the earth and the moon.
We were given instructions on how to live and how to behave and we’ve stayed away from those original instructions,” he said. “What we’re finding in the world today, through the signs that nature is offering us is that we need to reflect on our behavior on how we’re treating life and how we’re treating each other as human beings. It’s really parallel to the Mayan calendar when they talk of the new cycle that’s coming and then you hear so much talk about the end of the world.”
But he doesn’t see the end of the world as an ending; Courchene sees it as a beginning. The end of the world can also be understood that we’re being given an opportunity to put an end to our negative behaviors,” he said, noting that this new cycle will mean a return to indigenous values.
Most importantly the native peoples themselves are stepping forward, revealing traditions and sacred knowledge they took underground 500 years ago when the conquerors came. They speak now because they understand the import of the present times. Their sacred sciences tell them the world is at a turning point, that its choices today will determine the future course of civilization. Their prophecies have instructed them to travel out into the world and tell us of the dangers we face. These voices are important for us to hear because they speak from hearts that have tried to remain true to their sacred teachings – to live in the way of brotherhood and simplicity,
For centuries “Now we think that when the end comes the earth will be destroyed by fire and not one upon it will escape for all the earth will be enveloped in flames and all those who refuse to believe in Gai’wiio’ will be in it,” reads section 77 from The Code of Handsome Lake. Hats also mentioned in the holy books, the bible and the Quran talked about that. have lived in one of the harshest environments of the US – perched on a desert mesa in Arizona. Their ancestors chose such a place to settle because they knew it would keep their people close to the creator.
They continually reaffirm their reliance on God by an annual series of rituals asking the spirits to supply their every need. In 1948 a group of Hopi elders accepted the task of warning the world of the events that the Hopi prophecies foretold. The prophecies themselves instructed them to approach the UN. It took 44 years of effort, but in 1992 they were finally permitted to address the General Assembly (SI December 93, p.17).
Among the Lakota, the Crow, the Chippewa and other Native American tribes, each have a prophecy.
. The Waitaha nation claims the most ancient lineage in New Zealand. When the nation was broken up by warriors from the Pacific the elders concealed 1,000 years of their generational history and wisdom teachings, passing the knowledge on through only a tiny number of people in each generation. In 1990 the elders saw in the heavens a configuration that was a sign for them to release their sacred knowledge. A book, The Song of Waitaha by Barry Brailsford, contains these teachings.
In their language wai means water and taha means gourd, implying the idea of a water carrier, the sign of Aquarius. South America the Kogi are a pre-Columbian tribe who live an isolated existence in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia. They are one of the few who escaped the destruction of the Europeans and still live their lives in accordance with their ancient spiritual heritage.
The Hobi Native indian in Arizona predicted that one of the sign is when a blue light star will come close to earth .Is this is the star of bethlehem or is it nibiru star of sumerian prophecy .
The stone tablets of the yellow race of people are kept by the Tibetans, in Tibet. If you went straight through the Hopi Reservation to the other side of the world, you would come out in Tibet. The Tibetan word for “sun” is the Hopi word for “moon” and the Hopi word for “sun” is the Tibetan word for “moon”. The guardians of the traditions of the people of Europe are the Swiss. In Switzerland, they still have a day when each family brings out its mask.
The native knew before the Spanish evil invaders and others came to steal their land kill and rape their women and infected them with new viruses.
There was 100,000 cities of Native people and they were wondering how they could survive. They began to try to learn to live off the land because they knew a hard time was going to come. They began to send people to have visions to see how we could survive this time. The native predicted the land invaders separated the races: they separated the Indians, and they separated the blacks. In the state of Washington it was against the law for an Asian to marry a white person up until not too long ago.
The native documented long time ago the sign of life reversed and tilted, we call that the Swastika and the rising sun in the east was the rising sun of Japan. These two symbols are carved in stone in Arizona. When the elders saw these two flags, these were the signs that the earth was to be shaken again.
But despite the fact that apocalypse did not take place in 2012, many world-ending predictions are still around, and one of the more popular world-ending predictions has something to do with the ancient Sumerians and an alleged planet, conspiracy theorists call ‘Nibiru’.
Nibiru, aka Planet X, is a supposed world that exists somewhere in the outermost reaches in the solar system. Supposedly, this world is a huge planet home to an alien species called the Anunnaki, which are also the aliens that created mankind. This planet is supposedly going to crash into Earth, fulfilling prophecies of the end of times. All of the above is according to theories set forth by Zecharia Sitchin, and ancient alien theorists who are convinced that Sitchin’s translation of Sumerian texts are the ultimate evidence of aliens, our creation and the end of times.
The holy book of Quran and the bible predicts that earth will be destroyed by fire, earthquakes and other disasters.
If you ask anyone astronomer, they’ll tell you that Nibiru has not been discovered, is not out there as far as we know, and there are no indications it ever has. Nonetheless, as noted by Sitchin in his bestseller, the planet is there, and society doesn’t know it there because world governments and space agencies have worked hard to keep the truth from the general public. Nibiru’s supposed orbit around the sun is much weirder and more elongated than the orbit of any other planet in our system. In fact, Sitchin argued in his translations that one full rotation of Nibiru around the sun takes more or less 3,600 Earth years.
The Assyrian prophecies was the most important text that translated to many languages by the archeologists who found the text in north Iraq about Assyrian empire. The Jewish told the Babylonian king about his dream by Denial and he told him how his Kingdom will be destroyed.
For centuries, the monolith lay hidden as a loadstone in a Swedish Östergötland countryside church wall. But, in 1862, renovation workers discovered it had inscriptions on five sides. Now known as the Rök Runestone (Rökstenen), it turned out to be the oldest of its type. Also the longest Historians have been puzzling over the meaning of its 725 Norse characters ever since.
A Viking named Varin raised the stone in honor of his son, Vamoth, at some time around 800 AD. This was in the depths of Europe’s Dark Age. And Varin feared things were going to get much darker. The researchers believe Dark Age Europe regarded Theodoric’s reign as an omen of the immense calamity that followed his death: A spate of volcanic eruptions covered Europe in darkness for several years. There were terrible storms. Crops failed. Disease spread.
The killing of native indians by spanish flu, murder, stealing land by the spanish, french and uk army destroying land and slaving the native was predicted way back.
Recent studies have found Scandinavia suffered particularly grievously at this time: up to 50 per cent of the region’s population starved or fled. And the tribulations of this era – the trigger of Europe’s Dark Age – were burnt into Viking lore that lingered for generations.
19 A prophecy against Egypt: See, the Lord rides on a swift cloud and is coming to Egypt.The idols of Egypt tremble before him, and the hearts of the Egyptians melt with fear. “I will stir up Egyptian against Egyptian brother will fight against brother, neighbor against neighbor. You can read all the full page of this verse and you will be amazed..
The word Armageddon is thought to come from the Hebrew for “mount of Megiddo.” Located in present-day Megiddo, an ancient, strategically positioned city was the site of a number of battles. Some Christians interpret the Book of Revelation as a roadmap that lays out exactly how the world will end. They contend that Judgment Day will take place on Armageddon and Jesus will save the true believers, while non-believers left behind will face enormous suffering.
In Islam the end of the world is referred to as the judgment day the Hour and involves Jesus returning to slay an antiChrist who has put the planet in peril
Steve Ramsey. Okotoks, Alberta – Canada. you can read more in my blog at www.moleopedia.com