The Hopi Survival Kit is the first full revelation of traditional Hopi prophecy. Many of its predictions have already been realized, but the most shattering apocalyptic events are still to occur.
Author: Thomas E. Mails
Now made public for the first time—an ancient Hopi spiritual guide that may hold the key to our survival in the next millennium For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla—a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona—have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its creatures. But the elders are dying, and there is no one left to pass on its remarkable teachings. Renowned Native American expert Thomas Mails was chosen by the last surviving elders to reveal to the outside world the sacred Hopi prophecy and instructions at precisely the time in history when they are most urgently needed. The Hopi Survival Kit is the first full revelation of traditional Hopi prophecy. Many of its predictions have already been realized, but the most shattering apocalyptic events are still to occur. And though this may be a sobering realization, it is also our best defense. For the Hopi teachings give detailed instructions for survival—our actions can alter the pace and intensity of what will happen and help avoid a cataclysmic end.
Hopi Land is hallowed ground. It is bathed in an aura of the sacred, yet carries with it an ever-present possibility of the unexpected. More than 80 of the 100 prophecies given to the Hopis by Maasaw 900 years ago have been fulfilled. The final prophecies are revealed for the first time h ere, together with warnings and instructions for al ife-way that will enable us to enter the new millennium in joy rather than catastrophe.
This book provides a comprehensive account of traditional Hopi prophecy. Illustrated.
Author: Thomas E. Mails
In May 1993 Mails accepted an invitation to visit the Traditionalist village of Hotevilla on the remote Hopi reservation in Arizona. He was then chosen by a 100-year-old high priest to reveal to the outside world the entire range of Hopi prophecy, instructions and warnings -- a proven way for our endangered world to survive. Mails discovered that the Elders of Hotevilla were the capstones of a long line of stalwart keepers of a remarkable Covenant which was designed to ensure the well being of the earth and its creatures. This book provides a comprehensive account of traditional Hopi prophecy. Illustrated.
Although Thomas E. Mails ' The Hopi Survival Kit is placed in a highly spiritual context of Hopi prophecies and visions , he manages to neutralize any religious bias . Mails tries to strictly focus on the secrets of survival , based on ...
Author: Dagmar Wernitznig
Publisher: University Press of America
Category: Social Science
Going Native or Going Naïve? is a critical analysis of an esoteric-Indian movement, called white shamanism. This movement, originating from the 1980's New Age boom, redefines the phenomenon of playing Indian. For white shamans and their followers, Indianness turns into a signifier for cultural cloning. By generating a neo-primitivistic bias, white shamanism utilizes esoteric reconceptualizations of ethnicity and identity. In Going Native or Going Naïve?, a retrospective view on psychohistorical and sociopolitical implications of Indianness and (ig)noble savage metaphors should clarify the prefix neo within postmodern adaptations of primitivism. The appropriation of an Indian simulacrum by white shamans as well as white shamanic disciplines connotes a subtle, yet hazardous form of ethnocentrism. Transcending mere market trends and profit margins, white shamanism epitomizes synthetic/cybernetic acculturations. Through investigating the white shamanic matrix, Going Native or Going Naïve? is intended to make these synthesizing processes more transparent.
Pages from Hopi History. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1974. Mails, Thomas E. The Hopi Survival Kit. New York: Penguin Books, 1997. Malotki, Ekkehart. Hopitutuwutsi or Hopi Tales: A Bilingual Collection of Hopi Indian ...
Author: Nancy Bonvillain
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: Social Science
The Hopi, which means good in every respect, largely lived in northeast Arizona and were an agricultural society that practiced ancestor worship.
His instructions are as follows ( from Mails ' The Hopi Survival Kit ) : 1. Make your own covenant with the Creator . 2. Live simply , as Maasaw himself lives . 3. Practice self - denial . 4. Practice self - sufficiency . 5.
Author: Robert Roskind
Publisher: Robert Roskind
For four years, Robert and Julia Roskind traveled Jamaica and brought forward the island's message of One Love through their books. Now they take another spiritual journey into the Native American heart of One Love--unconditional love for all humanity.
The Wind Won't Know Me: A History of the Navajo–Hopi Land Dispute. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1992. James, Harry C. Pages from Hopi History. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1974. Mails, Thomas E. The Hopi Survival Kit.
Author: Steven L. Danver
This work examines the world's indigenous peoples, their cultures, the countries in which they reside, and the issues that impact these groups.
Author: Leigh J. KuwanwisiwmaPublish On: 2018-03-27
Ancestral Hopi Migrations. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona . University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Mails, omas E. . e Hopi Survival Kit: e Prophecies, Instructions and Warnings Revealed by the Last Elders.
Author: Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Category: Social Science
This book demonstrates how one tribe has significantly advanced knowledge about its past through collaboration with anthropologists and historians--Provided by publisher.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1984, Mails, Thomas E. The Hopi Survival Kit. New York: Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, 1997. Mander, Jerry. In the Absence of the Sacred: The Failure of Technology and the Survival of the Indian ...
Author: Leah S. Glaser
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Most Americans consider electricity essential to their lives, but the historic disparity of its distribution and use challenges notions of a democratic lifestyle, economy, and culture. By the beginning of the twentieth century, substations, wires, towers, and poles had followed migrants westward as the industrial era?s most prominent symbols of progress and power. When private companies controlled power production, electrical transmission, and distribution without regulation, they argued that it was not ?economically feasible? for many ethnic and rural communities to access ?the grid.? Yet, government agents continued to advocate electrical living through federal programs that reached into and across farming communities and American Indian reservations to homogenize and assimilate them through urban technologies. In the end, however, rural electrification was a locally directed process, subject to local and regional issues, concerns, and parameters. ø Electrifying the Rural American West provides a social and cultural history of rural electrification in the West. Using three case studies in Arizona, Leah S. Glaser details how, when examined from the local level, the process of electrification illustrates the impact of technology on places, economies, and lifestyles in the diverse communities and landscapes of the American West. As today?s policy-makers advocate building more power lines as a tool to bring democracy to faraway places and ?smart grids? to deliver renewable energy, they would do well to review the historical relationship of Americans with electronic power production, distribution, and regulation.
"There are about 100 Hopi prophecies — and at least 80 of them have already come true," according to author Thomas Mails, who details the prophecies in a new book, The Hopi Survival Kit. "There are also instructions that give us ways to ...
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