Ever wonder why it is that humans have only 46 sets of chromosomes while ALL other primates have 48?
It seems that we have two sets of chromosome pairs that are fused together. I wonder how that happened? It doesn’t seem to fit the Darwinian model of evolution.
The nine brightest stars of the Pleiades are named for the Seven Sisters of Greek mythology: Sterope, Merope, Electra, Maia, Taygete, Celaeno and Alcyone, along with their parents Atlas and Pleione.
So, while Falun Gong practitioners believe that antagonistic space aliens are manipulating world leaders, the Hopis call the Pleiadians the Chuhukon, meaning those who cling together. They considered themselves direct descendents of the Pleiadians. The Navajos named the Pleiades the Sparkling Suns or the Delyahey, the home of the Black God. The Iroquois pray to them for happiness. The Cree claim to have come to earth from the stars in spirit form first and then became flesh and blood.
Each year a Hopi medicine man performs the green corn dance where he takes 7 ears of corn from 7 fields of the 7 clans to insure a healthy harvest. Early Dakota stories speak of the Tiyami home of the ancestors as being the Pleiades. Hopi astronomy tells us that the Pleiades rise with the sun in May and that when you die your spirit returns south to the seven sisters.
There are some remarkable drawings that appear to be luminous discs of light in Hopi petroglyphs. Photographs of Billy Meier’s Pleiadian space and beam ships look just like these rock petroglyphs from long ago.
And now we have crop circles to contend with…