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Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson, "I am Mad Bear Anderson, and I 'walked west' in 
Founder of the American Indian Unity 
1985. Doug Boyd wrote a book about me, Mad Bear : 
Movement ,
Spirit, Healing, and the Sacred in the Life of a Native 

American Medicine Man, that you might want to read.
Anyhow, back in the 50s and 60s I traveled all over the 

Western hemisphere as a merchant seaman, and made 

contacts that eventually led to this current Indian Unity 
Movement. I always wanted to write a book like this, 

comparing prophecies from all over the world. The 
elders have always been so worried that the people of 

the world would wake up too late to be ready for the 
events that will be happening in the last days, what the 
Thank You... ,
Hopi friends call "Purification Day." Thanks for 

financially supporting this lifesaving work by 
purchasing this e-Book." ,


Our website is translated into many different languages 
by machine translation, which is only 55% accurate, 

and not reliable enough to transmit the actual meaning 
of these prophecies. So, please help fulfill the prophecy 

made by the Six Nations Iroquois Lord of the 

Confederacy or "Sachem" Wallace "Mad Bear" 
Anderson -- Medicine Man to the Tuscaroras, and 

founder of the modern Indian Unity Movement -- by 
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these worldwide prophecy comparisons into all possible 

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Mad Bear said, "You know, there was something else I 

was thinking about," he went on. "We ought to make a 
little trip there to Virginia Beach, to the Edgar Cayce 

, people. I've read up on all those Cayce readings, 
especially the prophecies. I've got copies of a lot of that 
The White Roots of Peace,
stuff. And Nostradamus, too. Did you ever read up on 
the prophecies of Nostradamus? What somebody ought 
The Tree of Peace
to do someday pretty quick is go all across this country 

- the world, really - and make a study of all the 
New World Symbol of Freedom
prophets, what they had to say. I bet a comparison of 

all their prophecies related to these next few decades 
The White Pine is a native American would be an amazing thing. You'd think someone 

symbol of powerful and timely ideas would jump at the chance to fund something like that. I 
about human relations and social 
order about the alignment of Human mean, that'd be worth something. But then there'd be 
many who wouldn't know how to use it. Maybe they'd 
Law with Spiritual Law and Natural 
get more passive instead of more active. Like I've been 
Law saying all along, most people get confused between 

foresight and fate." Source: Mad Bear (c) 1974 Doug 

Boyd, Simon and Schuster ,

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