Carolynne and David Letter of April 17, 1978 to
Karma Triyana Dharmachakra

Karma Triyana Dharmachakra
RD #7 Knapp Road
Hopewell Junction
Kent, N.Y. 12533

April 17, 1978

Om Mane Padme Hum:

We attended the Vajra Crown ceremony in Santa Barbara on March 5, 1977, and participated in the refuge offered immediately following by His Holiness Karmapa.

Since then we have been continuing our activities for world peace through the Hopi Star Project which has been greatly inspired by our interpretation of how Tibetan Buddhism is fulfilling Hopi prophecies for world peace and pure land.

We are planning to bring David Monongye, Hopi elder who represented the Hopi at the 1977 Geneva gathering of the United Nations Special Session on Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples, to participate with other leaders of nations recognized by the United Nations Organization at the upcoming May 23, 1978 U.N. Special Session on Disarmament.

This letter is to inquire about possible accommodations available at your facility for Monongye and his party (lodging, transportation, etc.). Would you phone us if any help is available?

Most respectfully,


Karma Tsering Choeden (Carolynne Diane Fargey)
Karma Tsering Thrchen (David Crockett Williams jr)

Paradise Psibernetics Productions
14171 Burton Street (213) 780-3348
Panorama City of Los Angeles
California Paradise via U.S.A. 91402

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About His Holiness Karmapa of Tibetan Buddhism
Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, Inc.
335 Meads Mountain Road
Woodstock, NY 12498
845.679.5906 office
845.679.4625 fax

Hopi Techqua Ikachi Newsletter, His Holiness Karmapa Visits Hopiland, Traditional Hopi Religious Leaders newsletter article, "East and West, Shall They Ever Meet?" - Land and Life - The Traditional Viewpoint from the Hopi Nation, Issue number 10, January-February 1977

Japanese Buddhist leader Nichidatsu Fujii Guruji speaks about the 21st Century Nuclear Age Buddhist Peace Prophecy of the Na Mu Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo, in an evening with Hopi Grandfather David Monongye, June 1982

Thomas Banyacya Memorial Hopi Networking Group

Nipponzan Myohoji, Nichidatsu Fujii Guruji

Hopi Star Project is for construction of 100 World Peace of Mind Centers around the globe and conducting various events and walks for global peace now. Join with others to network for this project's success, at:

Thomas Banyacya and the Hopi Declaration of Peace

September 1977 Hopi Star Project Brochure, 4sheets, 16pp, Paradise Psibernetics reports, schedules, summary of 1976-77 Hopi prophecy fulfillment observances, key background info

David Monongye lived to over 100 years of age and came to the 1977 Rainbow Gathering when he delivered the Hopi Message and Blessing for Peace to the July 4th Rainbow Family Tribal Council Circle. He was one of the traditional elders and religious leaders of the traditional Hopi Independent Nation's village of Hotevilla formed 100 years ago in September of 1906 when the founders migrated from Old Oraibi Village feeling their traditional way of life was being threatened there by modernization and corruption of traditional Hopi ways. Monongye was one of the elders who together with outside help published many issues of a traditional Hopi newspaper called Techqua Ikachi (Land and Life) that is online now for the historical record with the traditional religious leaders' messages and position statements, at:

United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament 1978 Guruji Fujii's Longest Walk Messages, published July 15, 1978, To the Chiefs of the Six Nations, to The Hopi Kikmongwis, Letter Addressed to Mr. Dennis Banks, address By Dennis Banks, Hopi Misunderstanding Fruitfully Resolved, Longest Walk General Meeting

Pilgrimage, TV Series: Tools for Utopian Activist From Disney to Discovision Who is this man and why is he saying these things? Santa Barbara News and Review, Thursday, January 4, 1979

1982 Flyer text, proposing 1983 Return to Tukunavi, The Great Planetary Peace Pilgrimage, April 4, 1983 to May 17, 1983, A World Peace March, from Santa Barbara, California, to the Black Mesa, Arizona; For the direct cause of true peace, harmony among all life, and free natural abundance as paradise on Earth: The Tetronic Age Begins