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PUTTING THE ENTIRE END-TIME PICTURE TOGETHER USING 
PROPHECIES FROM ALL DIFFERENT CULTURES



We are the seventh generation spoken of in Native prophecies.


It is said "Timing is everything" in life. Prophecies from many different cultures, 

properly assembled and compared in the book, give you a picture of where we 

stand, and hopefully the impetus to make the proper changes in your life... or to 

make preparations for the worst, e.g. Traditionalist Hopi spokesperson Thomas 
Banyacya commented in a personal interview with the editor, that his family 

"stored enough food grains to last for 7 years."



The Mormon culture, living nearby the Hopi, were originally admonished by 
Brigham Young to enough store for 7 years, then it was reduced to two years after 

Brigham Young's death, and then to 1 year after the turn of 1900... and nowadays 

most Mormons don't even worry about it, because their leaders are asleep. It was 

most recently taught that Mormons should store one years supply of food.


The Hopi and Pueblo elders, as well as many others, have long taught their people to 

have a one or two-year supply of food stored, in case of adversity or emergency. 

Leaders of these prepared groups are today warning the earth’s inhabitants of a fast 
approaching time of hardship, great change, and the need to be prepared, both 

spiritually and physically. Traditional Hopi, as well as others, do not accept 

government support, and maintain agricultural self-sufficiency instead. Some Hopi 

believe they were told by the White Brother to never accept aid, or their land would 
be taken away from them. Their Anasazi ancestors inhabited a changeable land 

with many enemies, and food storage meant survival against incessant enemy 

attacks and the unpredictability of drought conditions in the Southwest.


SO WHERE DO WE STAND IN THE SCHEME OF PROPHECY



The following hint is handed down to us in this Bible prophecy:


Luke 17:25 (Speaking of Jesus) But first must he suffer many things, and be 

rejected of this generation. 26 And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in 

the days of the Son of man. 27 They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they 
were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and the flood 

came, and destroyed them all.



In the days of Noe (Noah), Sodom and Gommorah was in full swing with all manner 
or evil being practiced, evils that are being practiced once again today. Perhaps you 

know how those two cities were destroyed by fire from heaven. From that scripture 

we know that the bad human behaviors that forced Creator's decision to destroy 

most of the people in the world would be going on, once again, in the latter days -- 
IN THE DAYS WE NOW LIVE IN.







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