Earlier today I published an article with a must-hear Hagmann and Hagmann report with Steve Quayle and John Price, where they detail events of today and show ancient biblical prophecies which indicate America is Babylon and end times events are upon us, then while browsing around the internet I ran across another set of prophecies, from American Indians, that also describe, in chilling detail much of what we are already seeing happen in present day headlines.
The first one was found at Activist Post, then following the link provided there, I ran across yet another. Both will be shown below.
However, at one place in the conference call, a gentleman from Toronto, Canada, phoned in to say that the tops of the trees in Toronto are dying or dead! That comment struck me to the core and reminded me of an American Indian prophecy I had heard umpteen years ago, which was attributed to the Hopi Tribe. What I had heard stated was that humans would know the end times were near when the trees were dying from the top down. That prophecy has come to mind so often during the last few years that I cannot remember just how many times I recall those stinging words prodding my thoughts.
Today I decided to search for that prophecy. I found it listed here posted by Leon Shenandoah of the Onondaga Nation:
"It's prophesied in our Instructions that the end of the world will be near when the trees start dying from the tops down. That's what the maples are doing today. Our Instructions say the time will come when there will be no corn, when nothing will grow in the garden, when water will be filthy and unfit to drink. Then a great monster will rise up from the water and destroy mankind. One of the names of that monster is "the sickness that eats you up inside" like diabetes or cancer or AIDS. Maybe AIDS is the monster. It's coming. It's already here.
"Our prophet Handsome Lake told of it in the 1700s. He saw Four Beings, like four angels, coming from the Four Directions. They told him what would happen, how there would be diseases we'd never heard of before. You will see many tears in this country. Then a great wind will come, a wind that will make a hurricane seem like a whisper. It will cleanse the earth and return it to its original state. That will be the punishment for what we've done to the Creation."
The second one caught my eye because ANP recent wrote about mass animal death events and this next one specifically speaks to that topic, birds and fish dying and "stone monsters" tearing the Earth open, which could very well indicate the massive increase that has been documented of earthquakes and volcanic activity.
Legend has it that the Spirit Doctors who predicted the arrival of the white man and the near destruction of the Red People also foretold the resurgence of the Indigenous people seven lifetimes after Columbus. According to the Haudenosaunee the current population is the seventh generation.
The Mohawk prophecy states that the Onkwehonwe would see the day when the elm trees would die; strange animals would be born deformed and without the proper limbs; huge stone monsters would tear open the face of the earth;. The rivers would burn; the air would burn the eyes of humans; the birds would fall from the sky; The fish would die in the water; And humans would grow ashamed of the way that they had treated their Mother and Provider, the Earth.
The Haudenosaunee draw their inspiration from the Gayaneshakgowa, the Great Law of Peace, the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy. Providing wisdom to its people and the inspiration for their Nations constitution. The Gayaneshakgowa states: "...in our every deliberation we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations."
That idea embodies everything the Haudenosaunee believe: that the environment is only temporarily entrusted to them and their actions within and upon it will affect it well into the future....And so their name was chosen, a name that reflected not only their philosophy but their dream of restoring and protecting the earth for their children and all who would follow in their path.
Finally, after seven generations of living in close contact with the Europeans, the Onkwehonwe would rise up and demand that their rights and stewardship over the Earth be respected and restored.
The fact that so many see ancient biblical prophecies occurring in the events that are being reported on today, along with the specific references by the American Indians, which are undoubtedly happening right now, should be enough to give even the most skeptical among us, reason to pause.
To get an idea of exactly how many mass animal death events are occurring, just in 2015, click over to End Times Prophecy where they have listed each doumented occurrence, with links to the original articles.