1877: Eskimo Woman Prophecies

An Eskimo woman born on November 5, 1877. Predictions – The date World War I would start – The assassination of President John F. Kennedy two years before it happened – The appearance of the Virgin Mary at Fatima – The Challenger space shuttle disaster Predictions in our Timeline I saw the orca, my brother the killer whale, when he came to me in a dream. Comes the orca whale in winter, with the news of our Savior’s coming. Cold the blue Pacific water, when the mammoth mountain blooms. The orca says when the Pacific waters are at their coldest, when the winter sun shines like water, a mountain that men call The Mammoth will explode and hurl smoke and flame miles into the sky. The orca told me our Savior is coming very soon. The mountains will bloom with fire, by and by, but very soon, before the […] Read More

2005: Healing: An Alaskan Prophecy

From an article entitled, “Let Goodness Take Its Place” by Larry Merculieff� Larry gave this speech to a meeting of Aleut elders who had assembled to hear his important message. Larry began his speech in the Aleut language with the saying, “The afternoon tastes good.” He continued… “You are the second group of people that have invited me to talk on something that is very special. I have been asked to give you some messages from the spiritual leaders of the Hopi and [also the] Maori people from New Zealand. When I went up to Canada one and 1/2 years ago, I went there to be with the Stony Elders. They invited me to go there. While I was there, they said the Hopi and Maori sent the messenger to meet me. I do not know why me, but they gave me some messages to bring back here to […] Read More

The Origin of the Winds

Long ago, when the world was still quite new, there were no winds at all, neither the gentle breeze of summer nor the fierce winter gale. Everything was perfectly still. Nothing disturbed the marsh grass on the shore and, when snow fell, it fell straight to earth instead of blowing and swirling into drifts as it does now. At that time, in a village near the mouth of the Yukon River, there lived a couple who had no children. This made them very sad. Often the woman would sigh and say, ‘How happy we would be if only we had a child!’ Her husband would sigh too and answer, ‘Yes if we had a son, I would teach him to stalk bears and seals over the ice-floes and to make traps and snares. What will become of us in our old age with no one to provide for us? […] Read More