The Hopi and The seventh sign…˚¬∆˙˚

The Hopi are the most interesting native Americans in my mind. The accuracy of their prophecies are scary good and it seems the Seventh sign, in regards to the nine Hopi prophecies and the gulf oil spill, has come true:

7. “This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it.”

If you want to read more about the 9 prophecies click here. These are dark and strange times and as per usual, the mainstream media can’t be trusted on reporting the facts about this situation.

I have come across a lot of reports of the ruptured well actually being an underwater volcano as its not just crude spilling out but also sulphur, methane and iron oxide. If this is true, there’s no way of pluggin’ this thing and in a few months this shit will be in the Atlantic on its way to Europe:

What can we do? I wish I Knew, but the eighth Hopi Prophecy sounds about right and about god damn time:

“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.”




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5 responses to “The Hopi and The seventh sign…˚¬∆˙˚

  1. Ciara

    If people don’t come to their senses after the 7th sign, nothing will do the trick.

    This company and the culture that supports it are the opposite of Hopi wisdom. (And it shows!)

    • yea for sure.

      This is the craziest behind the scenes eye witness account about BP re: the cleanup effort;

      • joh

        fuckin BP scum..

      • Ciara

        I hope people in areas exposed to the oil fumes can at least send their children to stay with relatives. The deck is stacked against the people of the Gulf.
        “Sometimes you have to notice the silences. Where has Dr. Steve Koonin, Under Secretary for Science at the US Department of Energy, been since the Gulf disaster happened?

        Koonin was intimately acquainted with the very technologies that have failed so spectacularly on the Deepwater Horizon rig in his former job as BP’s chief scientist. While his current employer, Barack Obama is trying to figure out ‘whose ass to kick’ over the spill, he might find it instructive to zip back to a presentation by Koonin at MIT in 2005, in which we see Koonin-as-oilman boasting of his company’s technological prowess in taking oil exploration and production into the ultra deep waters of the gulf.”

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