An ancient Hopi prophecy states that “when the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge.”
It also speaks about the manifestation of nine signs foretelling this world-changing event. Could it be happening right now?
In long-forgotten times, people inhabiting Earth had a different connection to the spirit world than we have today.
The existence of legends and prophecies seems to outline this fact. Because there were no pollutants, the sky offered at night a map of the universe.
The sight must have been spectacular but, besides the view, ancient writings tell us people received cosmic signs from their gods and also witnessed what can only be described as alien encounters.
Proof of these encounters can be found everywhere across the globe, and it consists of paintings, sculptures, readings, drawings and even descendants from people of old who had experienced such mythical encounters.
Today, they remain hidden, waiting for their ancestors to return and cleanse the land of humans.
The Peaceful People, Hopi, have been living in northeastern Arizona since they can remember and are believed to be descendants from cultures to the south, east and north.
The Anasazi are forefathers of the Hopi, which creates a direct link to the ancient Aztec culture.
Though many civilizations around the globe support religious beliefs of “white gods” descending from the sky, the Hopi tribe believe their ancestors came from within the ground.
One of the many Hopi myths specifically describes strange beings who reside inside the heart of the Earth and are called the Ant People.
Drawings displaying the Ant People firmly resemble illustrations found in modern grey alien encounter reports.
Another connection exists between the Hopi’s Ant People and the Mesoamerican legend of Quetzalcoatl. It is believed that the Ant People had helped the “White God” discover corn on a mountain packed full of grain and seeds.
The Hopi believe the Star People and their star knowledge will return at the end of the current period of time, as they have in past times.
Their entire mythology is built upon the assumption that the world goes through successive cycles separated by cataclysmic events.
According to their legends, at the time of the Blue Kachina, the Star People retreated to the heart of the Earth, seeking shelter during the world’s destruction.
Passed down from generation to generation, their intriguing mythology describes the event:
“First, the Blue Kachina would start to be seen at the dances and would make his appearance known to the children in the plaza during the night dance. This event would tell us that the end times are very near. Then the Blue Star Kachina would physically appear in our heavens which would mean that we were in the end times.”
When the First World was destroyed, people returned from the ground to the outer world to live as ants for the continuation of the Second World.
The Third World tells of an advanced civilization with “flying shields” and wars between far-off cities ultimately destroyed by terrible floods, narratives very similar to those found in Babylonian mythology.
Hopi Indians are now wardens of the Fourth World in exchange for the benefit of living on Earth.
They consider the coming of the Fifth World is near and will begin when members of the Fire Clan return.
“In the final days we will look up in our heavens and we will witness the return of the two brothers who helped create this world in the birthing time. Poganghoya is the guardian of our north pole and his Brother Palongawhoya is the guardian of the south pole.”
“In the final days, the Blue Star Kachina will come to be with his nephews and they will return the earth to its natural rotation which is counterclockwise. Not far behind the twins will come the Purifier – The Red Kachina, who will bring the day of purification. On this day the earth, her creatures and all life as we know it will change forever.”
The legend of the Blue Kachina also corresponds with Mayan prophecies and the Planet – X theory, suggesting an interdependence between Hopi assumptions and those of the Mayan civilization.
Furthermore, another link is formed between the Hopi legend of Pahana and the Mesoamerican myth of Quetzalcoatl, connecting the Hopi to certain North American Indian cultures who worship the Horned Serpent.
Other ancient mysteries tend to relate with many genesis stories and religious beliefs of other archaic civilizations in both South and North America.
The Hopi claim that four stone tablets of creation exist.
In ancient times, these tablets were given to them by Massau – The Guardian of the Underworld, who requested that the tablets be kept until a number of signs were fulfilled at the end of the fourth world and the beginning of the fifth.
When the signs appeared, the Hopi were advised to reveal the tablets and their prophecies to the world regarding the purification of Earth.
The Nine Signs of Destruction were described by author Bob Frissell in Something in this Book is True.
The signs were described to him in 1958 by a Hopi elder named White Feather.
- We are told of the coming of the white-skinned men, like Pahana, but not living like Pahana, men who took the land that was not theirs. And men who struck their enemies with thunder.
- 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.
- A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns will overrun the land in large numbers. These white feather saw with his eyes.
- The land will be crossed by snakes of iron.
- The land shall be crisscrossed by a giant spider’s web.
- The land shall be crisscrossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun.
- You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it.
- You will see many youths, who wear their hair long like my people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn their ways and wisdom.
- 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.
Many believe the first eight signs have already been fulfilled.
The First Sign can be interpreted as the arrival of Europeans on the North American continent. The Second is a reference to the early exploration of America, using the wagon as a primary means of locomotion.
The next three Signs point to other European influences, such as the arrival of cattle, and the emergence of railroads and telephone lines.
The “rivers of stones” mentioned in the Sixth Sign can only be roads and highways. The Eight Sign is pretty self-explanatory and encapsulates the symptoms of worldwide pollution.
The Hopi believe the increased toxicity levels in the Earth’s oceans are a clear indication that the second-to-last sign is already upon us.
Is this yet another wrongfully-interpreted prophecy, a metaphoric cow milked to exhaustion by authors with no other interest than to sell their books?
Or are the peaceful Hopi really the keepers of ancient sacred knowledge, passed down from a time when the man walked alongside the gods?
Only time will tell but, until then, our own conceptions and beliefs will dictate our attitude towards this subject.
*This article was originally published at ufoholic.com.