Qua Toqti - The Eagle's Cry - Serving The Hopi Nation
July 15, 1976
The Eagle's Cry
Serving The Hopi Nation
Vol.3 No.50 New Oraibi, Arizona 86039
Editor-Publisher, Wayne Sekaquaptewa
Telephone (602) 734-2425 [subsequently deceased]
Letters to the Editor
A common thread runs through the prophecies of the world's religions:
Times of disharmony, disunity and mental suffering for even the faithful
(caused by confusion as to what to believe in) followed by a glorious
future of peace, harmony and unity among all peoples, cultures and
religions of the one human race -- with the change to be brought about
by the knowledge of a new light from our Creator described by some
person given the insight into that new light.
These prophecies from around the world are analyzed in a 1961 book
called "Warriors of the Rainbow" by an Eskimo named William Willoya
who states the reasons for his total personal conviction that this
re-awakening change towards world peace will happen through
the leadership of the Native American peoples and that the
re-awakening will begin in the Hopi Nation as foretold by
the Hopi prophecy outlined in the book and reviewed for
accuracy by Thomas Bancyacya.
According to Thomas Banyacya's videotaped message as a
Hopi interpreter in January 1976 to the annual world gathering
of the International Cooperation Council entitled "Towards
Universal Consciousness," the Hopi expect the one in red to
come to the Hopi Nation "very soon" with "many inventions."
On the June 1976 new moon, one scientist (this observer writing
as a chemical physicist) came to Oraibi (after dying his lab coat red)
to bring the new unifying insight into the nature of light (as described
by the newly finished unified field theory left uncompleted on his death
by Albert Einstein) and to commit his life to the fulfillment of these
prophecies. Having forsaken all possessions and all other commitments
for this purpose, he now walks among you waiting for your wish.
In love towards our paradise and everlasting life, observe me as you.
David Crockett Williams Matter
Santa Barbara, California