Turtle Island Crop Circle and The Seven Fire Prophecy

A very remarkable and note worthy crop circle appeared June 17, 2018.

Winterbourne  Stoke Down, Stonehenge, Wiltshire. Reported 17th June.

As we mentioned we like to provide more than one interpretation of the crop circles because with the crop circles relaying on symbolism, they are open to varies meanings. This is our second interpretation of the Winterbourne crop circle. (the first can be found in a previous posting)

The Winterbourne crop circle is none other than Turtle Island and a previous crop circle of 2018 with Turtle Island motif appeared as well.

It could be that this year the messages from crop circles may be about Turtle Island as last year the messages focused on the planet Saturn.

What is Turtle Island, Turtle Island is a metaphor used by Native Americans and other indigenous cultures to described planet Earth. Maybe, we are in the year of Earth changes that have been talked about fore decades.

A closer look at Winterbourne crop circles highlights the body and shape of a turtle: a head, two front legs and two back legs. Almost like the five major appendages of the human body.

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Also, the Winterbourne crop circle has a heavy emphasis on the number five which in numerology indicts the fifth elements or change from the status quo.

Furthermore, the Winterbourne crop circle has five large land masses on her back which are the five major continents on the Earth: North and South America, Eur-Asia, Antarctica, Africa and Australia-Oceania.

The other five symbols that appears to be waves represents the five large water bodies on the Earth: The Pacific, The Atlantic, The Indian, The Arctic and The Southern Ocean.

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Lastly, the other five cuneiform symbols represents the building block of all life on the Earth and the Universe itself: The Five Basic Elements.

1. Fire

2. Earth

3. Metal

4. Water

5. Wood

With regards to Turtle Island and Native Americans who were given a prophecy about seven periods or times in their history and how events would play out for them on planet Earth: The Seven Fire Prophecy.

Seven Fires Prophecy of the Anishnabe People and the Process of Reconciliation

“At a time when the Anishnabe People were all living in peace and harmony along the shores of the Great Salt Ocean (Atlantic), there came among them seven prophets.”

So begins the reading of the Seven Fires Prophecy as woven on a Wampum Belt sacred to the Anishnabe people throughout Turtle Island (North America). Chief William Commanda, the 89 year old spiritual elder of the Algonquin Nation is now the present holder of this belt, which is believed to have come into existence circa 1400 CE. The Seven Fires Prophecy is ancient but its message is relevant for today’s world and for us, who must bring about a new balance to our lives and to the environment which we need for survival.

The Anishnabe are a family of indigenous peoples who, historically, lived along the eastern coast of North America. Anishnabe is translated as “good person” or “one who came down from the sky.” Somewhere in a period of time before 1000 CE. And 1400 CE a great migration of the Anishnabe people took place. This migration saw 10,000 large canoes filled with people head inland following what is now called the Saint Lawrence River toward the Great Lakes.

Today, Anishnabe people still live along the East Coast of the U.S. and Canada, as well as, the shores of the Great Lakes, the Rocky Mountains and even as far south as Mexico. They are called by many names including, Cree, Pequot, Wampanoag, Abenaki, Algonquin, MikmaÌq, Shawnee, Innu and Chippawa. The Anishnabe family is probably the largest of all the indigenous nations living on the North American continent.

Why, then, did a people who lived for many thousands of years decide to leave their homes and travel many thousands of miles to new and unfamiliar lands at a time when, according to Anishnabe traditions, we were living in peace and harmony? The answer lies in the reading of the Seven Fires Prophecy and its implications not only for the Anishnabe people living 1000 years ago but also for us today.

What does the Seven Fires Prophecy say to Anishnabe people and how does that relate to people living in North America in the year 2000? First, the Seven Fires Prophecy is not only addressed to the Indian people of this land, it was meant for people of all colors. It is a warning and at the same time a promise of better things to come if all of us living on Turtle Island can learn to put aside our egos, our cultural and racial bias and come together as a people, one people, for our collective healing and the healing of Mother Earth.

The first three Prophets who came among our people brought a warning. They told us to be aware that a race of people, referred to as the “Light Skinned Race” would be coming to these lands.

They advised the Anishnabe that in the interest of security for our people and our nation, it would be wise if we divided our population into two groups. One would leave and go deep into the interior of this continent and wait until the intentions of the Light Skinned Race were made known. The other would wait and greet the newcomers as brothers and sisters.

These Prophets also told the Anishnabe where they would travel and how they would be guided to their ultimate destination. They told of a sacred Megis shell that would appear and lead the way to a series of islands where their journey would end. The final destination would be at a spot where the “food would grow on water.” That area turned out to be the Great Lakes region where “pagwadjanomin” or wild rice grows on water.

For those of us who were to stay and greet the Light Skinned Race the 4th, 5th and 6th Prophets gave these warnings and prophecies.

“If they (Light Skinned Race) come bearing nothing in their hands, you must still be cautious for they may be smiling, but in reality they may be wearing the face of Death. Do not accept them readily but wait and see. You will know them by their actions.”

“If they come with the face of Brotherhood, you will become one people. Their knowledge of the material world and your spiritual wisdom will be joined together to create a mighty spiritual nation and you will be joined by two other races, (we believe) Asian and African, to create the mightiest nation of all.”

“If, on the other hand, the Light Skinned Race comes wearing the face of Death then a great calamity will befall the people of this land. Great suffering and pain will be visited upon your people. The very cup of Life will almost be overturned.”

“You will know which face the Light Skinned Race is wearing when the fish are dying and the water’s unfit to drink.”

The 6th Prophet warned that the Natural People of this land would be attacked by a Light Skinned Race and that a great period of suffering would ensue. He foretold of a darkness, which would overshadow this land, and the suffering, which would be inflicted on the Anishnabe people, as well as on all indigenous peoples.

At this time the 7th and final Prophet came to the Anishnabe. “He was different from the others and had a strange light in his eyes.” He came with a message, not only for the Anishnabe people, but directly for the Light Skinned Race “At the time of the Seventh Fire, a new people will emerge. They will retrace the footsteps of their ancestors and will try to find those things which have been lost along the way. They will approach the elders in search of guidance. It will not be an easy task but if they are of good heart and pure intentioned they can prevail. Some elders will be sleeping and have nothing to say, others will say nothing out of fear.

The New generation must be fearless in their quest.

The Light Skinned race will be at a crossroads. If they continue down the road of Materialism, it will be their destruction and for all humanity as well. But if the Light Skinned Race chooses to join with the Natural People of this land on the Spiritual path then they will again have the chance to create a nation, the greatest spiritual nation ever to have existed.

Two other races will join these two races. Together, they will together light the 8th and final Fire an eternal fire of Peace, Harmony, Brotherhood and Sisterhood.”





About melbrake

Mel Brake is an awarding winning Philadelphia based poet/singer/song writer, whose poetry has appeared in several media outlets and journals, including Philadelphia Poets 2007, 2008 and 2009, Mad Poets Review, Fox Chase Review, and The Philadelphia Bulletin. In addition, Long Island Sounds: An Anthology of Poetry, Writing Outside The Lines (WOSTL) Anthology, Word Riot Magazine, The New Verse News, Word Salad Magazine and Poetry Ink 2010 has published his works. Recently, his band, the Mel Brake Family Band performed a benefit concert at Cross Road Café in Delaware County. He is the Founder and Executive Director of MPW, a non-profit organization, focusing on using the arts to reach children in the Tri-state area. In addition, his first chapbook, “Obama Poetry Project” is available at: MelBrakEpress.blogspot.com.
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