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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Just Released!


Partial Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
• Wanderings: Where Did We Come From?
• The Seven Migrations
BOOK ONE: TEACHINGS AND TRADITIONS
• Once Upon a Time in Heaven….
• Turtle Island: Separating the Dry Land from the Waters
• The Coming of the Sacred Fire
• The Woman Who Fell From Heaven to Earth
• Star Woman's Twins
• The Good Son and his Four Sisters
• The Covenant With the Animals and The Origin of Disease
• Deer and Rabbit Race for the Crown of Lightning
• The Dog Who Saved Humanity
• Rescuing the Daughter of the Sun from the Underworld

BOOK TWO: THE CALENDAR
• Stones Tell Stories
• The Basics of the Cherokee Calendar
• Day Signs Compared in Seven Languages
• Thirteen Birds, Thirteen Winds
• Hummingbird Steals Back the Tobacco

BOOK THREE: THE PROPHECIES
• The Seven Worlds
• The Three Prophecies
• The Ten Plagues
• The Rebellion of the Animals NEW
• A Change in the Face of the Sun
• Rebellion of the Tools
• The White Shall Destroy the White
• Water As High As Saunooke
• The Red Side of the Rapture
• The Sea of Glass
• The World Turned Upside Down
• Seven Years of Crazy Weather
• 2012: “The Others” Return

BONUS!
2013 Calendar showing Day Signs and Wind Numbers for each 
day.

Get your copy at HeavenFallsApart.com!





Q: I made a discovery.
Chinese Mandarin for "you" is "ni" similar to Cherokee "nihi" for "you".
Chinese Manderin for "hello" is "hao" similar to Lakota "hau" for "hello"
The full text in Chinese Mandarin is "ni hao" (hello you or as we say"hello there")
For me, sometimes things are too much of a coincidence to be a coincidence.
Any thoughts?
LO

A: It has been noted by linguists that Cherokee contains inflections that change the basic meaning of words. Chinese is also an inflected language. Japanese also makes use of particles, short wordlets, such as "ka", which changes a verb from statement to question, as Cherokee does with "sgohv". I've known speakers of Turkic languages who say they can follow Lakota. It's interesting, but I wouldn't jump to conclusions. Both linguistics and genetics will tell us much more in the next decade!
BW