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Multi-part Series on Ancient Predictions about our Planet: Prophecy Part 302 - North American First-Nations’ Prophecies: The Seven Fires, the Rainbow Warriors, and the Rise of the Phoenix

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“But then Light would come from the East, and the natives would begin to find their strength, their pride, and their wisdom.”

In our last episode, we examined the First-Nations’ Rainbow Warriors prophecy, which speaks of a “New People” emerging on our planet to teach humankind the values of the coming New World or Golden Age.

We found that these Rainbow Warriors include the compassionate activists around the world who are calling for an end to our abusive practices toward our animal friends, Mother Earth, the unborn, and one another. Who else is included among the Rainbow Warriors? Let’s find out more from the book, “Legend of the Rainbow Warriors,” by Steven McFadden, an independent journalist and healer who has written about First Nation prophecies, the wisdom of indigenous elders, and sustainable agriculture.

But then Light would come from the East, and the natives would begin to find their strength, their pride, and their wisdom. So would many of their brothers and sisters of the other nations— white, yellow, and black— who would feel strongly the calling of Spirit… These awakened souls would find each other, and together they would teach all the people of the world to have respect for the Earth Mother, of whose very stuff human beings are made.”

The verse “Light would come from the East” reminds us of our Most Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan), whose physical body was born in ÂuLạc, also known as Vietnam, which is considered to be in “the Far East” based on the old European division that split the world between The East (the Orient) and The West (the Occident).

As a young adult, She followed Her life-long calling and embarked on a journey of more than two years in search of spiritual understanding. In the high Himalayas She found an enlightened Master who taught Her the Quan Yin Method of meditation, an ancient practice that has been passed down through a lineage of spiritual Masters from time immemorial. This Method directly connects one with one’s God Nature through contemplation of the inner Heavenly Light and Sound. After a period of practice, She became a fully enlightened Master. Since then, upon the invitations and requests of sincere spiritual seekers, Supreme Master Ching Hai has held lecture tours in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Americas, teaching the Quan Yin Method to people of all races, religions, and backgrounds who “feel strongly the calling of Spirit.”

Many people have witnessed the extraordinary Divine Light that emanates from Supreme Master Ching Hai.

“I read a Buddhist sutra that said an ancient Buddha, called the Infinite Light Buddha, will come again to save beings. One time, when I attended Master’s lecture at the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, I saw golden Light emanating from Master’s whole body. It moved me to tears. I knew that I’d found the ancient Buddha that Shakyamuni Buddha had mentioned.”

“And the first time at the door, You came in, I saw You (Supreme Master Ching Hai) were so beautiful! All the Light. You walked so fast. And what I saw, it seemed that Your feet didn’t touch the ground, the Light under Your feet, and Your whole body had Light.”

“My first inner experience is that I saw a big halo and extreme bright (inner Heavenly) Light from Your eyes. This experience, I told You already, about 30 years ago. At that time, while meditating, I saw a very bright white Light, but I was afraid to look straight into it. In the first retreat in Pingtung, I saw this white Light once again. […] Then I went through this white Light and saw Master with a big, beautiful and pure golden Light. And around Master’s head, there were a lot of white rays of Light continuously moving in and out, beyond which was a huge golden halo.

In the second inner experience, I saw You in the white (inner Heavenly) Light in the image of the Quan Yin Bodhisattva, and You were surrounded by a thick, fire-like golden Light. I also told myself to look straight into the white Light. Then from the center of Your body, Your heart emitted an enormous golden Light towards me, and I was immersed in that Light. I looked around and everything was a bright golden.

And in the third inner experience, I went to one of the Heavens, and Master was giving a lecture to a very big crowd there. After finishing Your lecture, You emanated two halos, a giant golden halo inside, and a purple halo outside. […]

My last inner experience was when I saw a dense white Light, like billions of suns shining into Your eyes.” ETC…

As a true Beacon of “Light,” Supreme Master Ching Hai has dedicated Her life to uplifting our planet through a multitude of means, including launching the positive spiritual TV channel - Supreme Master Television, inspiring the development of Loving Hut – the international vegan restaurant chain, initiating countless humanitarian projects around the world, creating soul-awakening art through painting, music, poetry, fashion, jewelry design, and more.

Inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai’s loving, noble and selfless example, our Association members of all colors and races are united in practicing spiritually, adhering to the compassionate vegan diet, and working for world vegan and world peace.

“From November 30 to December 12, our Association members from around the globe joined to participate in the United Nations climate change conference, COP 28, held at Expo City in Dubai. In reaching out to the event’s numerous international attendees, our Association members sought to highlight the vital role of veganism in addressing the climate crisis.

Through vibrant vegan-promoting banners, diverse traditional dress, colorful national flags, music and dance, the vegan message conveyed by our Association members attained considerable visibility among both conference attendees and media outlets.

World Vegan, World Peace! Be Vegan, Make Peace! Vegan! Make Veganism the law. Make Veganism the law. World Vegan, World Peace! Make Veganism the law Be Vegan 2 Save the Planet!

Additionally, our Association members prepared and gave out 1,000 delectable vegan meals daily to COP28 participants and event personnel, along with Alternative Living flyers and Supreme Master Television information.”

Our shared ideal is expressed through the design of the Global Family Brooch, the flag of our Association, and the logo of Loving Hut Vegan Restaurant created by Supreme Master Ching Hai. The six rainbow-colored hearts in the design include the colors of all four races (red, white, black, and yellow) alongside green for the Earth and blue for the Ocean. It seems as if members of our Association are also Rainbow Warriors led by Supreme Master Ching Hai.

Supreme Master Ching Hai’s Light reached the Americas in late 1989 and the early 1990s when She gave a series of public lectures in various countries. She has since met representatives of the First-Nations-communities, giving them much-needed spiritual and material support.

In 1993, Master chanced upon the respected medicine man of the Squamish Nation, Thomas One Wolf, and they formed a strong bond. At that time, two devastating disasters took place in the United States – the Great Flood in the Midwest and the Laguna Beach wildfire in California. Supreme Master Ching Hai lovingly contributed hundreds of thousands of US dollars in relief aid while She was there for a lecture tour. At an interfaith prayer ceremony for the victims after the Laguna Beach wildfire, Master happened to sit next to Thomas One Wolf. Immediately recognizing that Master was someone special, Thomas One Wolf offered Her a feather, which was his personal emblem, as a symbol of high honor according to his nation’s tradition, and gave Her the following message:

“The elders want me to greet You with honor, that You are the great One.” - Thomas One Wolf, addressing Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan)

“Thomas was telling Supreme Master Ching Hai about his (adoptive) father (Grandfather Pete Concha), who was 95 years old. And his father had told them (Thomas One Wolf and his wife Sherri) about this Great Messenger that he (Thomas One Wolf) was about to meet, and that this Messenger would be bringing the world to his door. And when he met Supreme Master Ching Hai, he believed that She was that Messenger.”

“Her wisdom is knowledge shared. So every word that She speaks, when She is being of lightness and happiness and sharing a joke or that way with you, remember something: the only word you are really hearing is Joy.

When you are walking with Her and you see people that will respect and honor Her way and pay homage to Her, then you are gifted by the gift of Her peace. These are what Masters are to the Indian. […]

This is good that the whole world can hear, that the Dragon from the East (Supreme Master Ching Hai) meets the Eagle from the West (himself), and they come together and they say, ‘I love you,’ then that is the world message.

Coincidently, from the early 1990’s, news and signs began to emerge indicating that the indigenous communities in the North American continent were beginning to “rise again, finding strength, pride, and wisdom” as prophesied by Steven McFadden in his book, “Legend of the Rainbow Warriors.”

For example, the United States Congress passed favorable measures to better acknowledge and support indigenous citizens, including the Native American Languages Act (1990), the Indian Arts and Crafts Act (1990), the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1990), and the Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act (1993).

In recent years, several First-Nations communities have been able to reclaim their ancestral lands.

For instance, in 2020, the Esselen First Nation regained ownership of nearly 1,200 acres (about 4.86 square kilometers) in Big Sur, California.

On February 12, 2021, another indigenous community celebrated an important event in its history in Minnesota. “The Lower Sioux community is celebrating the return of ancestral land with great historical significance.” “This land transfer signals a renewal.” “Heal ourselves, and also we are trying to come back and to nurture the land and heal the land as well, because the land carries a memory; it carries a spirit.”

In 2023, Sugarloaf Mountain near Gause, Texas, was acquired by the Tonkawa Nation, which used to have the largest population in the area. “They say that this is where the creation began and the Tonkawa people were the very first and so the Tonkawa tribe inhabited this country for a millennium. So basically, we’re reclaiming something that we’ve always believed was ours to begin with.”

In commending the incredible gesture of Roger and Linda Welsch, who voluntarily gave their land back to its original owners, the Pawnee people, the Honorable Walter Echo-Hawk, President of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma said the following: “When it comes to our native people, it’s all about the land. And there’s nothing better that one can do than to return the land.”

Through the efforts of the Land Back Movement, officially launched in 2020 by the indigenous organization NDN Collective, more lands are expected to be returned to our First Nation brothers and sisters, who will be able to reconnect with their roots and rebuild their communities and cultural identities.

Also in 1990, former US President, His Excellency George H. W. Bush, designated November as Native American Heritage Month in recognition of the contributions and achievements of Native Americans.

In 1992, the first Women’s Memorial March honoring the lives of missing or murdered indigenous women and girls across Canada was held in Vancouver. This event is now held annually across multiple cities in Canada with thousands of participants.

The year 1993 was proclaimed the International Year for the World’s Indigenous People by the United Nations. The same year, a Hopi Prophecy was fulfilled when spiritual leaders from the Algonquin, Hopi, Huichol, Iroquois, Lakota, Maya, and Mi’kmaq Indigenous Nations were invited to address the United Nations at the Cry of the Earth Conference. The leaders shared various prophecies about the times and stressed the urgent need for humankind to take better care of the planet to avert a global ecological collapse.

In 1994, 300 representatives of the 547 recognized Native American Nations met former President, His Excellency Bill Clinton, a Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion Laureate, in a historic first-of-its-kind meeting at the White House.

“(Mr. President, on behalf of all 547 federally recognized tribal leaders invited to this historic meeting, we express our most sincere appreciation to you as the first sitting President ever to invite all of us from small tribes, medium tribes, large tribes, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents to this, our White House.)

I say to the leaders of the First Americans, the American Indian and Alaska Natives, welcome to the White House. Welcome home. So much of who we are today comes from who you have been for a long time. Long before others came to these shores there were powerful and sophisticated cultures and societies here, yours. Because of your ancestors, democracy existed here long before the Constitution was drafted and ratified.”

All of these positive developments signify that the First-Nations-people began to wake up when the Divine Light from the East, embodied by Supreme Master Ching Hai, reached North American soil about three decades ago. Joined by other like-minded groups from all walks of life, Rainbow Warriors have been teaching the world about returning to the traditional value of respecting and protecting Mother Earth.

In the next episode, we’ll explore more auspicious signs related to the rising of the First-Nations-people after the arrival of Supreme Master Ching Hai on the North American continent as well as the prophecies behind this providential connection and occurrence.

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