A few days ago, Spirit said something about the Seven Year War Prophecy.
Yesterday @ 2pm, I saw the most beautiful rainbows in the sky, they were very bright and around the sun. I could almost taste the colors.
During Pope Francis visit to New York City the rainbows were also reported @ 4pm.
The Rainbows in Philadelphia and New York City could be a sign but I wonder how many signs do we need as many signs were already given.
The Cree People believe that one day the Rainbow Prophecy will be a sign when the world will change.
“One day… there would come a time, when the earth being ravaged and polluted, the forests being destroyed, the birds would fall from the air, the waters would be blackened, the fish being poisoned in the streams, and the trees would no longer be, mankind as we would know it would all but cease to exist”.
The Rainbow prophecy, as it has come to be known, refers to the keepers of the legends, rituals, and other myths that will be needed when the time comes to restore the health on Earth. It is believed that these legendary beings will return on a day of awakening, when all people will unite and create a new world of justice, peace and freedom, and they will be named the ‘Warriors of the Rainbow’. They will reteach the values and the knowledge that has been lost in time, demonstrating how to have wisdom and extra-perception, and how unity, harmony and love is the only way forward.
A particularly interesting part of the prophecy relates to the choosing of leaders. According to the story, a leader will not be the one that talks the loudest, boasts of successes, or has the support of the elite. Leaders will be those whose actions speak the loudest, the ones that have demonstrated wisdom and courage and have proven that they work for the benefit of all. Isn’t this how things should be?
The Rainbow has always held special significance among the different Native American Indian Nations. It is connected to the Spirit (Supreme God/Creator) in all things. Apart from the Cree prophecy there are many prophecies and stories from the Hopi, the Zuni and the Cherokee related to the rainbow warriors.
Also, there was a darker side (image) to the rainbow at the far end of the sky was another image. I will leave it to your imaginations. (All the images I took myself)