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Kasskara: Sunken Land of the Hopi Ancestors


Shawn Hamilton
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This five-part series was originally published in Australia's Nexus magazine between 2016 and 2019.  Graham Hancock ran the series with slight changes on his website (grahamhancock.com) throughout 2020.

 

Kásskara: Sunken Land of the Hopi Ancestors (1 of 5)

There used to be a fable, commonly imposed as fact on schoolchildren in the United States, that in Columbus’ time nearly everyone believed the Earth was flat. Fortunately, this untruth has been quietly abandoned, although it has been supplanted by another myth, this one crediting the ancient Greeks with having first disproved the “flat Earth” concept.

History professor Jeffrey Burton Russell noted that with few exceptions “no educated person in the history of Western Civilisation from the third century B.C. onward believed that the earth was flat”i —a position that is no doubt true yet still reflects a limited Western perspective. It fails to acknowledge that aboriginal and ancient people, spanning far back into the last ice age, knew the Earth to be spherical. They knew the nature of creation to be cyclical (or vortical), and they acknowledged, revered and cultivated understanding of universal law. Evidence of their seemingly impossible technological manifestations—the Great Pyramid being among the most widely recognised, with many others gaining attention—lies in ruins around the Earth, the implications largely ignored by experts who can’t adequately explain them within academically accepted contemporary models.

The Hopi Indians of the US Southwest represent the oldest continuous Native American group in the current United States. Contradicting professional opinion, the Hopi claim they did not come to this continent across the Bering Strait but north from South America, according to Oswald “White Bear” Fredericks, whom I met twice as a teenager through my high school anthropology teacher. White Bear (1905–1996) was the primary Hopi consultant for Frank Waters’ Book of the Hopi, a common title in university libraries. During our current period of history, the Bear Clan supersedes all other clans in authority and serves as the tribe’s historians. It preserves the knowledge and memory of Hopi migrations and history, so White Bear proved to be an unusually valuable source. Even if Western orthodoxy won’t accept the truth of his startling claims—that technological civilisations have previously arisen and fallen, and that beings from other habitable planets have visited Earth—it must be conceded that his claims are at least ethnographically valid. It’s true that the Hopi sincerely believe their tribal history, and it might benefit us to consider seriously what White Bear said.

Essentially, White Bear described a succession of cycles, over vast periods of terrestrial time, that involve the development and destruction of societies. Humanity, he said, advances for a long period—a golden age—then progressively loses contact with its true spiritual nature through egoism and avarice, and this disharmony eventually manifests in the three-dimensional realm as natural disasters, conflicts, wars, environmental degradation and disease. In the Western view, these things happen to us; but in the Hopi world-view, spirit and form intimately intertwine, so mankind’s disharmonious (evil) deeds manifest in the physical environment as crises.

In the late 1970s, a former NASA engineer named Josef Blumrich enlisted White Bear’s help in producing a book in German called Kásskara und die sieben Welten (Kásskara and the Seven Worlds), which has not been published in English. In the course of his research, Blumrich often stayed with White Bear and his wife, Naomi, at their home in Sedona, Arizona. The couple escorted Blumrich to ceremonies on the Hopi reservation, explaining to him what was happening, and arranged for him to interview elders of various clans. Blumrich recorded White Bear, and Naomi transcribed those recordings into a typed and coherent transcript. That manuscript is the basis for Blumrich’s book.

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https://grahamhancock.com/hamiltons1/

Original in Nexus magazine Vol. 23, No. 2, Feb./Mar. 2016 

 

 
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Posted by: @hermesproject_111

History professor Jeffrey Burton Russell noted that with few exceptions “no educated person in the history of Western Civilisation from the third century B.C. onward believed that the earth was flat”i —a position that is no doubt true yet still reflects a limited Western perspective. It fails to acknowledge that aboriginal and ancient people, spanning far back into the last ice age, knew the Earth to be spherical. They knew the nature of creation to be cyclical (or vortical), and they acknowledged, revered and cultivated understanding of universal law.

Well, I have been analyzing the "Flat Earth" hypothesis since the time it been brought up on the cultural surface. I realized there apparently to be a huge gap which comes from the lack of true understanding on the ancient esoteric wisdom. The ancient used to realize each level of life in the solar system as a "Plane of Existence"! This was the best effort of our evolutionary brain to rationalize the universal law and put it on the "Paper". Like if you want to simplify a complex model, you will reduce it to something more understandable. Nevertheless, the true understanding and the true initiates of the time were all knew the true nature of the universal law as they were the one who have been exploring them in essence.

This is yet another instance of how the truth been kept confidential from the mass. If one is not willing to experience the universal law in essence, then one should never regret the delusional interpretation of them. Right?

 

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Essentially, White Bear described a succession of cycles, over vast periods of terrestrial time, that involve the development and destruction of societies. Humanity, he said, advances for a long period—a golden age—then progressively loses contact with its true spiritual nature through egoism and avarice, and this disharmony eventually manifests in the three-dimensional realm as natural disasters, conflicts, wars, environmental degradation and disease. In the Western view, these things happen to us; but in the Hopi world-view, spirit and form intimately intertwine, so mankind’s disharmonious (evil) deeds manifest in the physical environment as crises.

Very Interesting! Sounds very much like where we are heading right now ...

 

 

Looking forward to reading more on this! 🙂 


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Been actually watching Graham Hancock's video about "The Lost Civilization" on the Gnostic Serpent Youtube Channel the other day, and now this topic looks like a great follow up on that 🙂 Thanks for posting this! 

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In the late 1970s, a former NASA engineer named Josef Blumrich enlisted White Bear’s help in producing a book in German called Kásskara und die sieben Welten (Kásskara and the Seven Worlds), which has not been published in English. In the course of his research, Blumrich often stayed with White Bear and his wife, Naomi, at their home in Sedona, Arizona. The couple escorted Blumrich to ceremonies on the Hopi reservation, explaining to him what was happening, and arranged for him to interview elders of various clans. Blumrich recorded White Bear, and Naomi transcribed those recordings into a typed and coherent transcript. That manuscript is the basis for Blumrich’s book.

I wonder why there have not been any attempt to translate it in English! Who knows how many historical evidences has been dimmed like this one ...

 


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“I am having trouble accessing my Gnostic Serpent account and so must abbreviate my response. I apologise for the late reply. From what I've been exposed to regarding “flat earth” concepts, I have concluded that the flat earth debate is a matter of language rather than geography. All the details involve definitions and interpretations of definitions. That's what infuses the topic with any life!

As a wordsmith myself, I am not opposed to games involving language – I sometimes enjoy them – but this is one particular language game that doesn't suit my taste or interest me. That's my general position.”

Cheers! Shawn


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Well for all practical purposes, my five-part series IS the English version. I explain more about how the series came about in an interview I did with Londoner Sean Colley. As I explain, I waited for 40 years for an English version of Blumrich's book to appear and none did. At one point I decided to make the material available. The existing English version was produced by White Bear, his wife Naomi, and Blumrich. The manuscript needed some work as far as writing quality goes, but I was very careful to stay true to the information and not add anything or interpret. I approached it as a reporter would. I apologise for the late reply. I was having login troubles....Thanks for writing!

Shawn


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@hermesproject_111 

 

Thanks for sharing your perspective Shawn!


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