Third World Epoch: Flying Shields Attacked Their City

The Hopi Indians of the Southwest have a story known as the “Kuskurza”, the “Third World Epoch”.

West, Frank Waters (1902-1995) A Great American Writer has conserved this story in his excellent “Book of The Hopi” and brings us a tale during the Third World Epoch as the Hopi witnessed flying shields called “patuwvotas”, which soared through the skies.

There are stories and stories…There are the songs, also, that are taught. Some are whimsical. Some are very intense. Some are documentary. Everything I have known is through teachings, by word, by word of mouth, either by song or by legends.” – said Terrance Honvantewa, Hopi.

The “patuwvotas” are similar to our modern-jet fighters were often attacking the cities, causing destruction and killing people on the ground.

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They were able to perform an attack and leave the target place so rapidly that the people of the city did not even have time to figure out from which direction their enemies appeared. Other civilizations began to manufacture “patuwvotas” and soon a war broke out.

And so the Third World Epoch was brought to an end, because “corruption and destruction came to the Third World people, as it had come to those who were before…”

Their “patuwvotas” attacks were perfoemed on in a fast rapid motion that the people of the targeted city did not even have time to figure out from which direction their enemies appeared. Other civilizations began to manufacture “patuwvotas” and soon a war broke out.

And so the Third World Epoch was brought to an end, because “corruption and destruction came to the Third World people, as it had come to those who were before…”

The Hopi Indians have endless stories to tell about our ancient past, but unfortunately, many of these important prehistoric events have never been presented in other form than oral, from one generation to another.

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