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The Sumerian renaissance lasted until about 1950 BCE, when Sumer was attacked 
by Elamites from the Zagros Mountains, just east of Mesopotamia. And Sumer was 

attacked by a Semitic speaking people from Syria who became known as Amorites 

(a word meaning westerner). The Amorites sacked and burned Sumerian cities. And 

Sumerians wrote lamentations, complaining that the blood of their people filled 
holes in their grounds like hot bronze in a mold. They wrote of bodies dissolving like 

fat in the sun and their cities covered with a shroud of smoke. What weakness if any 

among the Sumerians prevented them from successfully defending themselves 

remains unknown. But the Sumerian writers of lamentations saw their demise as the 
result of their gods having abandoned them like migrating birds. Source: Ibid.



The Babylonians believed that the gods punished people for lack of respect for god- 

given laws. And during the reign of Hammurabi's son, around 1800 BCE, the 
Babylonians believed that such a punishment had arrived in the form of an invasion 

by those called Kassites, from the mountainous region just east of Mesopotamia -- 

the first people known to have entered Mesopotamia on horseback. It was more 

than a thousand years before Hebrew prophets, as described in the Old Testament, 
would see their god of justice, Yahweh, as sending the Assyrians to punish the 

people of Israel. Assyria overran Israel in the eighth century BCE. Source: Ibid.



We will show the startling parallels between the Hopi and the Sumerian Languages, 
and the startling similarities between Cherokee and Sumerian/Semitic cultures in 

the second book of the trilogy, Earth Mother Crying: Encyclopedia of Native 

People's Prophecies of Terror Preceding an Age of Universal Peace.


WHEN A COVENANT IS BROKEN, CREATOR SPEAKS THROUGH 

PROPHETS AND MEDICINE MEN



Here is an examples of Indigenous people who have at times followed the 
admonitions of their prophets -- and later rejected their prophets/holy men-- and 

now regret their situation.



Case Study #1 - The Cherokee


The Cherokee had an ancient system of laws from time immemorial. Their laws 

were in many ways similar to those of the Sumerians and their descendants the 

Hebrews. In 1750 Chief Attacullaculla recalled the ancient story of how they 
migrated west from the "rising sun." They moved to and prospered on an island off 

the coast of South America -- and later to North America -- until they allowed their 

priests to break some sacred laws about 500 years ago. Then Columbus arrived and 
everything changed in North America. They had relocated to the American 

mainland from their island homeland after holy men told them that their island, 

which was surrounded by undrinkable (ocean) water, was going to be destroyed. 

There was equality among them and they held all lands "in common" up until 
relocation to what is now Oklahoma.







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