Return of True White Brother and Two Friends

We were told that three helpers who were commissioned by the Great Spirit to help Hopi bring about the peaceful life on earth would appear to help us and that we should not change our homes, our ceremonials, our hair, because the true helpers might not recongnize us as the true Hopi.

So we have been waiting all these years.

It is known that our True White Brother, when he comes, will be all powerful and will wear a red cap or red cloak. He will be large in population and belong to no religion but his very own. He will bring with him the sacred stone tablets.

With him there will be two great ones, both very wise and powerful.

One will have a symbol or sign of the swastika, which represents purity and is Female, a producer of life. The third one (or the second one of the two helpers to our True White Brother) will have a sign of a symbol of the Sun. He too, will be wise and powerful.

One will have the symbol of the moja, or cross.

We have in our sacred Kachina ceremonies a gourd rattle which is still in use today with these symbols of these powerful helpers of our True Brother.

It is also prophesied that, if these three fail to fulfill their sacred mission, and even if there are only one, two, or three of the true Hopo who remain holding fast to the last ancient teaching and instructions the Great Spirit, Maasau'u will appear before all, and our world will be saved.

The three will lay out a new life plan which leads to everlasting life and peace.

The earth will become new as it was from the beginning.

Flowers will bloom again, wild game will return to barren lands, and there will be abundance of food for all. Those who are saved will share everything equally and they all will recognize Great Spirit and speak one language.

The Hopi believe Pahana was the Lost Brother who would one day return to assist the Hopi and humankind. The Sumerians would recognize Pahana as an Ancestor from heaven who would return.

The TRUE White Brother Prophecy of the Hopi Indians

Before the first people had begun their migrations the people named Hopi were given a set of stone tablets. Into these tablets the Great Spirit inscribed the laws by which the Hopi were to travel and live the good way of life, the peaceful way. They also contain a warning that the Hopi must beware, for in time they would be influenced by wicked people to forsake the life plan of Maasu'u. It would not be easy to stand up against this, for it would involve many good things that would tempt many good people to forsake these laws. The Hopi would be led into a most difficult position. The stones contain instructions to be followed in such a case.

The older brother was to take one of the stone tablets with him to the rising sun, and bring it back with him when he hears the desperate call for aid. His brother will be in a state of hopelessness and despair. His people make have forsaken the teachings, no longer respecting their elders, and even turning upon thier elders to destroy their way of life.

The stone tablets will be the final acknowledgement of their true identity and brotherhood.

Their mother is Sun Clan.

They are the children of the Sun.

So it must be a Hopi who travelled from here to the rising sun and is waiting someplace. Therefore it is only the Hopi that still have this world rotating properly, and it is the Hopi who must be purified if this world is to be saved. No other person any place will accomplish this.

Additional information to consider in all this....

There are two other parallels to the three who will follow the One in Native American prophecy.

In Handsome Lake's Good News religions among the 6 Nations Haudenosaunee, the teachings were delivered by three Indians who carried a bow in one hand, and an elderberry branch in another, and said they reported to another being who was in Creator's Land. Later, Handsome Lake met the One who who they reported to.

In Mormon Lore, there were three disciples of Jesus who were Indians whom Jesus ordained (three Nephyte Apostles) upon his visit to the Americas after his death and resurrection.

These three Nephytes are know to bring messages to Mormons to this day. I was a personal friend of the oldest son in a prominent entertainment family, who told me that his sister's friend picked up a man who was a hitchhiker, who asked her if she had her food storage, and then disappeared from the car, causing her to almost wreck the car. I even saw a report from the Utah Highway patrol about the incidents happening all over Utah during the 1993-4 period.

The three Nephytes were given the choice to tarry in the flesh until Jesus' return, and can come and go and appear as mortals. My mother-in-law, a Tsalagi Paint Clan woman, has seen these three Nephytes. Many many other people have seen these three Nephyte Apostles, who report to John the Revelator in Mormon Lore, and there is much to the story.

They have been visiting mortals ever since the Mormons got to Utah in 1847. Mormons were to have embraced the Message that we Indians have known, that a Holy Man, variously known as Jesus, Maasau'u, Chee-Zoos, Quetzalcoatl, Hunab-Ku, White Otter, the Pale One, all obviously the same person, visited our tribes at one time or another. He was a teacher or peace, and worked many miracles. The story was written in the book He Walked the Americas.

Unfortunately, the Mormons changed the Book of Mormon to make it seem as if there were three Gods instead of One God, and added a lot of other nonsensical teachings, and only one little group of Mormon outcasts in Missouri teach the closest to the original teachings of the Book of Mormons from original photocopies of the 1830 Book of Mormon. The Book teaches there is ONLY ONE GOD!

Joseph Smith met Jesus, it is said, who told him if he lived to the age of 85, he would see him again. This is interesting, and would have been in 1890 if he had not been murdered in 1844. Jesus appeared to Wovoca, Short Bull, Porcupine, and MANY others who went AWOL from their reservations, and even came up from Old Mexico and down from Canada and Alaska, led there by the spirit.

Wovoca swore it was Jesus that came and visited. So did the Arapahos Short Bull and Porucpine. All of this was in dispatches carried over US Gov. telegraph lines and reported to the War Department. The whole Ghost Dance/Ghost Spirit thing was a fallacy dreamed up by well meaning people, like Sitting Bull, who changed the original message, which was basically, clean up you act, stop killing and fighting against each other and the white man, and become a cleaner people. Wovoca was unjustly blamed for the Massacre at Wounded Knee. They were praying for the destrucion of the whites, and that was wrong and not the message Wovoca preached that Jesus had said. The message Jesus sent was that they White Man had turned away from thim, and it was the Indians turn for Him to speak to. The Book of Mormon carried a stern warnng, a prophecy, that if the gentiles turned away from it (a simple Gosple of Love), it would be carried to the Remnant of Jacob Indians.

Early Mormons were taught that there were several migrations of peoples from Jerusalem before the appearance of Jesus amongst the Jews. It is well known that migrations of Norse, Welsh (Madoc), Phoenicians, Egyptians, and Moors who visited these shores, and stayed and mixed with the Red Man, long before Columbus arrived. I know a Brahman Priest who is a Chickamauga Descendant who will tell you the Brahman know they are a Semitic (descendant of Shem, son of Noah) people.

The original Dance was called The Dance of Welcome, and was actually in the Billy Jack Movies, taught to the cast by Wovoca's son-in-law, Andy Vidovotch. The Chickamauga Cherokee traditional teacher, Rolling Thunder or RT as we call him, was spiritual advisor to the films.

I am a BYU graduate, and I was a Utah Mormon between 1977 and 1985, when I was led by dreams and visions, to a small group of Mormons called Woolly Fundamentalists, who have for over 100 years safeguarded a choice part of suppressed Mormon History, and believed the return of an Indian Prophet mentioned in the Book of Mormon, is imminent.


Scott Anderson, Blueotter

Excerpted from website.

First Opened: November 13, 2000
Revised: June 200