Of Wisdom and Prophecies
Local authors Julia and Robert Roskind will offer a multi-media presentation, featuring both Hopi and Havasupai elders featured in their book, “The Beauty Path: A Native American Journey into One Love.”
“The Hopi are the ‘Covenant People,’” Robert Roskind said. “They have been keeping a 900-year old covenant with the creator to become the first society to be truly ‘Hopi,’ which in their language means ‘all people peaceful.’ Journey with us to Arizona to meet, via video, Radford Quamahongnewa, the ‘ears, eyes and tongue of the Hopi spiritual leaders’ and hear their message to the world at this time of transition.”
“In many ways, the Hopi prophecies foretold current changes,” Julia Roskind said. “They said there would come a time when people everywhere would be frantic, and they would finally ‘pinch the ears of their leaders.’ I think that is happening now with the 99 Percent Movement. Something amazing is happening! People all around the world are waking up and claiming their power to create the love-based life we all long to live.”
The Roskinds, living in the Boone area, are One Love Event organizers (The Gathering of the Peacemakers, Boone One Love Festival, etc.) and the authors of several books on unconditional love, including books with Hopi, Mayan and Rastafarian elders (“The Beauty Path,” “Rasta Heart” and “2012: The Transformation from the Love of Power to the Power of Love”).
The presentation takes place at the Watauga County Library in Boone on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 1 to 3 p.m. Admission is free.
The Watauga County Public Library is located at 140 Queen St. in Boone.