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ALGONQUIN PROPHECIES,

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TREES WOULD BEGIN TO DIE FROM THE TOP DOWN,






The Algonquin prophecy has been preserved in 

pictographs, beaded onto belts of wampum, carved 
meticulously out of shell. His traditional elders asked Evan 

Pritchard to speak out about it. ,



"The specifics of the prophecy were that there would be 
fish dying in the waters because they would be poisoned by 

the water, which is happening. And it's said that the sun 

will look different. And because of the ionosphere and 

changes in the ozone, the sun does look different. And it's 
said that the trees, the maple trees, will begin to die from 

the top down. Now, they couldn't have known about acid 

rain, but that's how acid rain affects maple trees." ,
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Source: Evan T. Pritchard - a descendant of the Micmaq people and the founder of The 

Center for Algonquin Culture. He is currently Professor of Native American History at 
Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Evan is the author of No Word for Time: 

The Way of the Algonquin People and Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the 

Algonquin People of New York.,

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ANISHNABE/OJIBWE/CHIPPEWA PROPHECIES,

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SEVEN FIRES PROPHECIES OF THE ANISHNABE PEOPLE,
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Eddie Benton-Banai, Midewiwin Priest, American Indian Movement co-founder











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