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HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE OF
PRAYER CALL FOR HOPI PEOPLE
Sept. 7, 1997
Hopi play a key role in the survival of life on Earth through
communion with the unseen forces that hold nature in balance
Ninety-one years ago, September 7, 1906, marks the anniversary of the founding of the sovereign Hopi village of HOTEVILLA. This village was established by the followers of Hopi tradition (traditionalists) after they split from Oraibi the original mother-village of the Hopi. The traditional "one-hearted" Hopi have held steadfastly to their covenant with the Creator (to protect both land and life and hold the world in balance). The progressive Hopi (or two-hearted) chose to adopt white man's ways and forever change Hopi culture.
Now, Ninety-one years later--September 7,1997--marks the time when the truth about the destruction of Hotevilla must be told.
The Hopi Tribal Council was created by a fraudulent election conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and its' desire to exploit Hopi mineral resources. Despite prophetic warnings, the heart of Hotevilla has been split due to recent action by the Tribal Council:
1) Feb. 1996--sewer and power lines were installed throughout Hotevilla. As a sacred shrine area, Hotevilla's aboriginal law prohibits water pipes and sewer lines because they will disrupt sacred energy pathways used for sending out prayers and healing during Hopi ceremonies, Prophecy has warned that disrupting these pathways will ultimately result in the spread of disease to the entire planet.
2) Feb. 1997-the sacred prayer bundle which is the holy marker consecrating Hotevilla as a sacred shrine, was unearthed and removed, thus destroying Hotevilla's spiritual vortex.
3) March, 1997--Dan Evehema, the last traditional elder of Hotevilla, was driven out of his kiva, and promised never to return to Hotevilla.
For more detailed information, the following important messages written by Dan Evehema can be found on the Internet:
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