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Now made public for the first time--an ancient Hopi spiritual guide that may hold the key to our survival in the next millennium For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla--a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona--have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its cre Now made public for the first time--an ancient Hopi spiritual guide that may hold the key to our survival in the next millennium For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla--a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona--have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its creatures. But the elders are dying, and there is no one left to pass on its remarkable teachings. Renowned Native American expert Thomas Mails was chosen by the last surviving elders to reveal to the outside world the sacred Hopi prophecy and instructions at precisely the time in history when they are most urgently needed. The Hopi Survival Kit is the first full revelation of traditional Hopi prophecy. Many of its predictions have already been realized, but the most shattering apocalyptic events are still to occur. And though this may be a sobering realization, it is also our best defense. For the Hopi teachings give detailed instructions for survival--our actions can alter the pace and intensity of what will happen and help avoid a cataclysmic end.


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Now made public for the first time--an ancient Hopi spiritual guide that may hold the key to our survival in the next millennium For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla--a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona--have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its cre Now made public for the first time--an ancient Hopi spiritual guide that may hold the key to our survival in the next millennium For nearly a century the Elders of Hotevilla--a tiny village on a remote Hopi reservation in Arizona--have been guarding the secrets and prophecies of a thousand-year-old covenant that was created to ensure the well-being of the earth and its creatures. But the elders are dying, and there is no one left to pass on its remarkable teachings. Renowned Native American expert Thomas Mails was chosen by the last surviving elders to reveal to the outside world the sacred Hopi prophecy and instructions at precisely the time in history when they are most urgently needed. The Hopi Survival Kit is the first full revelation of traditional Hopi prophecy. Many of its predictions have already been realized, but the most shattering apocalyptic events are still to occur. And though this may be a sobering realization, it is also our best defense. For the Hopi teachings give detailed instructions for survival--our actions can alter the pace and intensity of what will happen and help avoid a cataclysmic end.

8 review for The Hopi Survival Kit: The Prophecies, Instructions and Warnings Revealed by the Last Elders

  1. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    I'm becoming discouraged by books about the Hopi right now. This book at least addresses the subject matter that I was interested in reading about. However, the way that it was done is just irritating. First off, Mails isn't a very good author. The book would have made a GREAT documentary, where it sat around and interviewed Mails about his opinion, but as a book, and a book that (I was hoping) is purportedly a scholarly work, this certianly was alot of Mails' opinion. It was also interesting, b I'm becoming discouraged by books about the Hopi right now. This book at least addresses the subject matter that I was interested in reading about. However, the way that it was done is just irritating. First off, Mails isn't a very good author. The book would have made a GREAT documentary, where it sat around and interviewed Mails about his opinion, but as a book, and a book that (I was hoping) is purportedly a scholarly work, this certianly was alot of Mails' opinion. It was also interesting, because he refuses to get into Hopi mysticism (which is integral to Hopi-ness) but he wants us all to get on the ark. I'm all about getting on the Ark. I'm all about living a simple, non-materialistic, self-sufficient life. But, really, Mr. Mails? Is that the big secret? That is the hidden truth that the Hopi'd been holding from the world till you in all your importance came along? What I'd have liked much better would have been a collection of the Hopi Elders Newsletters. Mails tells us the content of many of the newsletters, but the way he orgainzies and arranges it. Is sporatinc and confusing. Anyways, I've vented long enough. I'm still looking for a good work on the hopi - one that is respectful of hop mythology, but at the same time, not an opinion piece. A scholarly, mystical and serious look at hopi mythology and prophecy, and a native hopi look on thier archetypal meaning.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mckinley

    Wanted to like it, but the writing is both too sensational, repetitive and dramatic. Plus the author would throw in odd personal comments and reflections at weird times.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Robbt E

    I started this book because it had an interesting premise and it started out with a history of the Hopi culture and the trials and tribulations they experienced. The writing style is kind of absurd, in the sense that there isn't a lot of editing etc. Basically the ultimate interpretations of the prophecies to survive could be summarized as "live a simple spiritual self-sufficient life". The prophecies themselves are also interesting but I somehow doubt the veracity of some of them, suggestions t I started this book because it had an interesting premise and it started out with a history of the Hopi culture and the trials and tribulations they experienced. The writing style is kind of absurd, in the sense that there isn't a lot of editing etc. Basically the ultimate interpretations of the prophecies to survive could be summarized as "live a simple spiritual self-sufficient life". The prophecies themselves are also interesting but I somehow doubt the veracity of some of them, suggestions that the world will end in 1999 and references to Nostradamus also were odd. But really I think that this book is an interesting book by a guy who allegedly was close to some of the last Hopi traditionalists and I think that his other book he co-wrote with Dan the Elderest Elder or reading the newletters he makes reference too would probably provide one with a more accurate account of what the Hopi prophecies are.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Gibson

    Interesting--sometimes profound; but poorly written and organized.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tony

    Apparently, Dan Evehema, the source for this account of the Hopi First Nation, has written a direct message to the world, now published online. Here's an excerpt: "Hopi, the younger brother, was instructed [by the Great Spirit] to cover all land and mark it well with footprints and sacred markings to claim this land for the Creator and peace on earth. We established our ceremonials and sacred shrines to hold this world in balance in accordance with our first promise to the Creator. This is how o Apparently, Dan Evehema, the source for this account of the Hopi First Nation, has written a direct message to the world, now published online. Here's an excerpt: "Hopi, the younger brother, was instructed [by the Great Spirit] to cover all land and mark it well with footprints and sacred markings to claim this land for the Creator and peace on earth. We established our ceremonials and sacred shrines to hold this world in balance in accordance with our first promise to the Creator. This is how our migration story goes, until we meet the Creator at Old Oribe (place that solidifies) over 1000 years ago. It was at that meeting when he gave to us these prophecies to give to you now at this closing of the Fourth World of destruction and the beginning of the Fifth World of peace. He gave us many prophecies to pass on to you and all have come to pass. This is how we know the timing is now to reveal the last warnings and instructions to mankind. ... Hotevilla was established by the last remaining spiritual elders to maintain peace and balance on this continent from the tip of South America up to Alaska. Many of our friends say Hotevilla is a sacred shrine, a national and world treasure and must be preserved. We need your help. Yet in well over 200 years the original Americans have not seen a free day. We are suffering the final insult." It's signed, but not dated: "Chief Dan Evehema, Spiritual leader, Eldest Elder Greeswood / Roadrunner Clan Society Father / Snake Priest / Kachina Father. From Hotevilla, Arizona, Hopi Sovereign Nation." Read the whole missive here: http://www.jnanadana.org/hopi/dan'... Read the above in conjunction with the newsletters, published 1975-1986, entitled "Techqua Ikachi" (The land, My life), written and published as a kind of samizdat underground press by the Hopi Traditionalist elders themselves (now also available online at the above website). As to the Mails book, although the style is very rambling, and some of his interpretations depart from what Evehema himself writes in the above "missive to the world," it is nonetheless a good source for the telling of the story of how and why the clandestine newsletters were eventually published, even under threats from the Tribal Council, and includes information about the Hopi Prophecies that will doubtless be new to many readers. One of my favorites among the prophecies told herein: "There are two water serpents, one at each pole with a warrior sitting on his head and tail. These command nature to warn us by her activities that time is getting short and we must correct ourselves. If we refuse to heed these warnings, the warriors will let go of the serpents, they will rise up, and all will perish." chp.7 Prophecies Present and Future, p.206, under the rubric "Prophecies Yet to Be Fulfilled" But again, compare Evehema's words above, according to which "all prophecies have [already] come to pass." There is the contradiction between Mails who writes in this book that some prophecies have yet to be fulfilled whereas Evehema himself says everything is done now, and the story can be told. The reader, like this one, may find themselves in need of an elder to help with the above serpents, and all other obscure parts of the prophecies. There's testimony from Thomas Banyacya, Sr., Hopi Elder, interpreter for the Kikmongwis (Hopi spiritual leaders) that may also be of use; he took his message all the way to Salzburg, Austria, in 1992. Read his words online: https://ratical.org/radiation/WorldUr... Teaser: Everyone should learn about the "gourd of ashes" prophecy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    A lot of great information but a difficult writing style.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey William

    I am really into Hopi culture from what I have gathered. He seemed to have a intimate connection with one particular elder, which whom I liked from the descriptions. He was a bit too eccentric I think about certain things and repeated himself way too much! The book could of been much shorter and got across everything just fine. Some was a bit too dogmatic too. I liked being able to learn some history of the land and the current climate. On how much the prophecies tell, from what he said, it was I am really into Hopi culture from what I have gathered. He seemed to have a intimate connection with one particular elder, which whom I liked from the descriptions. He was a bit too eccentric I think about certain things and repeated himself way too much! The book could of been much shorter and got across everything just fine. Some was a bit too dogmatic too. I liked being able to learn some history of the land and the current climate. On how much the prophecies tell, from what he said, it was a bit too vague for me. The wassua (sp?) character is very interesting to me and the creation type story all with it. I would like to read the other book he did with the direct stories from the elders that they printed in a newspaper they did, called something with the name of the city/town hotelvilla?. This I think is just some follow up to it, so he's repeating a lot of things and filling it up with a lot of unnecessary dogmatic scare things. I mean, people should care about the environment and spiritual growth, but when things come at you like that, I get the suspicion it is out of fear, and that is the opposite of love.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Fredrick Danysh

    The author, a non-Hopi, asserts that he was taught the myths, traditions, and religion of the last Hopi elders as there was no one else to receive this information {take with a grain of salt]. This work presents his version of the Hopi culture. What also helps create skepticism is the solicitation for funds at the end of the book. flag Like  · see review Feb 10, 2009 Anthony rated it it was amazing The Hopi prophesies tell us that those that follow the broken path with be swept aside when the fifth world turns. Malis does a great job of explaining how the myth and the warning can be applied to our daily lives. Regardless of if you believe in/fear the coming of 2012, this book is a great analysis of the loss of traditionalist native american culture. flag Like  · see review Dec 15, 2010 Krista Chael rated it it was amazing This book is an amazing account of an ancient culture of peace. The Hopi traditions, values, and social structure is a beautiful example of how far away "Western culture" is from the more established ancient Western cultures that continue to fight for their visibility even today. flag Like  · see review Apr 03, 2016 Quacinda rated it it was amazing An excellent explanation of History and about the State of the People of the world today and of the world to come. flag Like  · see review Nov 23, 2013 Danie Tanaka rated it it was amazing Shelves: cultural-history, world-cultures, world-histories, world-myth-religion awesome flag Like  · see review Sep 02, 2008 Ra rated it it was amazing A truly amazing book about the last days of the Hopi elders.Sad and inspirational at the same time. We owe to the Earth to live the simplest lives possible, anything more is suicide. flag Like  · see review Jun 21, 2007 Benedict rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: anyone Shelves: 2012, ecology-endtimes, indigenous-traditions all you need to know...The definite how-to guide for living a just, abundant and worthwhile life beyond the currently ending Hopi 4th World cycle. flag Like  · see review Apr 08, 2008 Stan rated it really liked it Writer's style is somewhat difficult to read - a really long winded introduction - but so far, quite interesting. flag Like  · see review Oct 09, 2015 Carl Andersen rated it really liked it Fascinating and forward thinking of the Hopi traditions and forecasts. So many predictions coming true already. Very worthwhile! flag Like  · see review Joe rated it really liked it May 16, 2008 Janette rated it it was amazing Nov 16, 2007 Stephen Bergstrom rated it it was amazing Nov 21, 2012 Rodrigo rated it liked it May 19, 2019 Ike Rakiecki rated it liked it Sep 20, 2016 Zach rated it did not like it Jul 12, 2011 Mark Shryock rated it it was amazing Jan 11, 2019 Nancy Renner rated it it was ok Nov 09, 2018 Cindy Lucas rated it it was amazing Apr 07, 2016 Judyth McCarroll rated it it was amazing May 09, 2017 dori rated it it was amazing Aug 26, 2010 Timothy J. Tuttle rated it it was amazing May 10, 2020 GetRalph rated it really liked it Jan 17, 2019 Abraham Hunicke rated it it was amazing Aug 14, 2016 « previous 1 2 3 4 5 next »

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