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To the Tribal Elders and other teachers, who kept these teachings alive through all 
the ages, and to the sacrifices they made in order to pass them on to all of us.

And finally, to most all the Native American Indians today who have lost touch with 

their spirituality, and who, as was prophesied long ago, don’t have any respect for 
their elders, and don’t believe in these prophecies any longer.

Mad Bear on the steps of Harrisburg city hall. "The Longest Walk"

Just as predicted by Tuscarora Wallace “Mad Bear” Anderson the founder of the 

Indian Unity Movement and a Lord of the 6 Nations Confederacy: Someday 

someone would collect all the Native People’s prophecies, myths and legends, and 
would published them in one place, so they could be compared with those of all 

Native Peoples worldwide. Mad Bear said, “then we really will have something!” 

Mad Bear was gathering prophecies for a book like this when he passed into spirit, 

and intended to title it “Earth Mother Crying.”

Mad Bear also prophesied the eventual flooding of the Salt Lake Valley on his way 

to the "Gathering of Nations" in South Jordan, Utah back in the early 1970s. This 

prophecy was corroborated by a vision given to the Shoshone/Cherokee Medicine 
Man, Grandfather Rolling Thunder, and, some years later by a Mormon woman in 

"Gayle's Story"


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