Kachinas: Messenger of the gods in Hopi legend, who came from outer space in flying shields
(ORDO NEWS) — The Hopi Indians are a Native American tribe that have lived in Arizona for thousands of years. This place is famous for the Grand Canyon, a beautiful desert area.
According to Hopi legends, the gods guided them there and built stone housing estates. Several stone complexes, the so-called pueblos, remained from the ancient Hopi.
Near their homes, the Hopi grew corn, beans, and pumpkins on dry, rocky ground. The Hopi language is similar to the language of the Aztecs.
The sun plays an important role in Hopi culture, but they also worship nature. Hopi are best known for their stone tablets, which supposedly contain predictions of the future.
Among the Hopi, there is another revered group – “kachins” (in ancient times known as Kyápchina), ancestral spirits and some other creatures with good and evil powers.
For those who believe in the paleocontact theory, the kachina legend is indeed of great importance.
The origin of the kachin remains a deep mystery to scientists. No one knows where they came from, but according to local Hopi legends, kachins are benevolent spiritual beings who came to the Hopi tribe through the underworld.
In the Hopi culture, the meaning of the word “kachina” is “the bearer of life”, which can be everything that exists in the natural world.
Hopi life is largely centered around the legendary Kachins, whom they call “highly revered knowers” or “Watchers”, who have become part of their daily lives.
For the Native American Zuni tribe, the kachinas are the gods who descended from heaven and brought the Zuni to earth.
There are three different aspects that make up the concept of kachina: “a supernatural being, kachina dancers (masked members of the community who perform kachina in religious ceremonies) and kachina dolls – small dolls carved in the image and likeness of kachina that are given to children.”
The masked men represent the Hopi legend of the annual return of these spiritual beings (kachins).
The Pueblos Indians celebrate the arrival of the Cachinas on Earth with a ceremony where they dress up in traditional costumes. The colorful masks they wear during the ceremony symbolize the bringers of life.
According to the ancient theorists of astronautics, the masks and costumes of kachins resemble a kind of spacesuits that reflected the appearance of otherworldly guests.
“The Hopi remember the three worlds.
The first world, Tokpela, was destroyed by fire.
The second world, Tokpa, was destroyed by the pole shift and subsequent ice age.
The third world, Cuskurza/Cascara, was destroyed by water.”
But there is a fourth world, according to the “Book of the Hopi
” Frank Waters, which we currently inhabit. The Hopi said that they were brought to the fourth world by the kachinas, because they obeyed the laws of the first world.
NASA Austrian engineer Josef F. Blumrich once asked the Hopi where the kachinas came from.
They looked at the sky and pointed to Ursae Majoris (Polar Bear constellation) The tribe believed that the kachinas came from another planetary system.
In his book “Kásskara und die sieben Welten” (“Kashkara and the Seven Worlds”), Blumrich explains: “Kachinas may be visible, but sometimes they are invisible.
They come to us from outer space. They do not come from our own planetary system, but from other planets far, far away.
It would take generations for our astronauts to get there. The Hopi call these planets Tóonáotakha; this means that they are closely related to each other, not in a physical sense, but in a spiritual sense, because all their inhabitants have the same responsibility, they all work in close contact.
The Kachinas are very advanced in terms of technology. They are able to cover great distances in a matter of seconds, and their ship works with the help of magnetic force even in Earth orbit.
Interestingly, kachinas are divided into different ranks depending on their abilities.
The most important kachinas are called Wú’yas, which means deity, but these are the only lower class gods who communicated with humans, while others are creators.
Stories of star children are fairly common in Hopi culture and other Native Americans.
According to Brian Burkhart, a professor of American studies at California State University, a star and a person joined together, and from this union a child was born.
When a child reached the age of six, the tribe knew that visitors from heaven might come back for him. If not, sometimes they became tribal elders, even at a young age.
According to Hopi traditions, the people who survived the flood in the previous world spread to different places under the leadership of Maasau, following his sign in the sky.
When Maasau landed, he drew a petroglyph depicting a woman riding a dome-shaped “ship without wings”. This petroglyph symbolized the day of purification, when the true Hopi would fly to other planets in these wingless ships.
Either “flying shields” or “ships without wings”, the meaning is clear. The identification of something by such descriptions clearly refers to what we know today as unidentified flying objects.”
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