And Far Away!
Lately, news reports tell us there is deep concern relative to global warming and the unhealthy conditions of our oceans, our soils and our air. With the exception of India and China, politicians and the heads of global governments gathered in recognition of global conditions that are dangerous to Human health and expense to the well-being of this planet.
In the year 2006 I wrote a book entitled, Finding Peace Within The Storm. The book was written following my family’s mandatory evacuation of southern Louisiana due to hurricane Katrina. Actually we were required to evacuate three times in two years due to the threat of hurricanes.
This book tells a story about the mega-storms that are plaguing our planet. “We drill for oil and refine it into gasoline. We drive gas-guzzlers for personal use and fill up the tanks of war-machines – to control ever-increasing populations – and we call it good. In the areas where we rob the Earth of her blood (oil and other minerals) the soils become spongy and sink, while islands and outer banks that defuse hurricanes diminish and disappear. The results – continental lands and their populace take the full brunt of destructive storms.”
Finding Peace, tells about the dead-zone in the Gulf of Mexico, caused by extreme pollution of the Mississippi River – pollution caused by coal burning factories. Shameful and dangerous to the extreme. Let us remember this book was written before the oil spill in the gulf and Hurricane Sandy on the east coast. However, the information in Finding Peace is definitely pertinent to global warming and its information about the causes of mega-storms is valid and valuable.
The book also references an interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. following the publishing of his book Crimes against Nature (HarperCollins). In his book Kennedy speaks to issues related to the extreme pollution of our waterways. He claims it is unsafe to eat any freshwater fish caught in nineteen states – and that in forty-eight states some or most of the fish are unsafe.
While the powerhouses of this Earth gather to address Climate Control, NASA and India sent space ships to explore Mars. The big question of the day is, why is a planet that once was a water planet dry today and lacking life.
Some of you know I was blessed to experience a deep friendship with Hopi Grandfather White Bear. He made his transition years ago but I still feel his presence. There are numbers of times I am reminded about conversations we had together. He was a teacher to me and often said I would carry on the truth he spoke to me all that time ago.
I am reminded of what he said relative to the Planet Mars. “Mars was a Mother to us just as Earth is today. She provided bodies for the creatures Great Spirit created there. We were children of Her waters. Lush, green shorelines met fresh water seas, dancing rivers played at the edges of soft roiling hills and rainbows decorated Her aqua-blue skies.”
White Bear when on to say, “There came a time when Human creatures began to argue over who was most worthy. Selfishness replaced generosity – soon arguments became warfare. Humans built great machines devoted to destruction – the atmosphere of Mars became fiery – the populations of Mars and Her beautiful land and seascapes disappeared and the children of Mother Mars were no more.”
White Bear said the story about Superman was a truth the Old Ones know. Except for the part about the spaceship delivering the young ones. It was the Kachina’s (Katsinam) from the Worlds of Spirit who delivered those who were to enter the New World – the Earth.
Many times, White Bear warned about the destruction of the New World. He spoke of what we are seeing today. “Kaih, speak to to those who will listen. You will live to see the closing of the Fourth World and the ushering in of The Fifth World. Call to all who are sensitive to act on the wisdom of compassion. There are many who carry great gifts of science, communication, and benevolence – the time is now – reveal your gifts and act on them now!”
Kaih Khristé King
P.S. Finding Peace Within The Storm is colored with the history of the Louisiana Territory and its people. White Bear’s book; The History Of The Hopi From Their Origins In Lemuria – both books are available through Amazon and on our website through PayPal.