Friday, June 09, 2006

World War, World Peace

World War, World Peace
Bill Tenuto
June 9, 2006

The Hopi
World War Three
World Peace

The Four Corners and the Hopi: The Great Gathering
"People everywhere must give the Hopi their most serious consideration, our prophecies, our teachings, our ceremonial duties, for if the Hopi fails, it will trigger the destruction of the world and all mankind." (From a talk given by Dan Katchongva of the Hopi Sun Clan, recorded January 29, 1970)

"At the right time, Native Americans and non-Native Americans will gather. To those who desire to live in peace on Earth, I am calling you out. There will be a great gathering of all the races of humanity." (Bill Tenuto, Future News, posted September 25, 2005)

"There is a way in which human beings are meant to live on the Earth. It is a way of peace. It is a way of harmony. Among the tribes of the Americas, the Land of the Hopi, located within the Region of the Four Corners, is the center of the continent of North America. Held by the Hopi within that center is the space for peace on Earth. In the tradition of the Hopi, it is understood that no Hopi may ever take up arms against another human being. Among the Native Americans, it is known that the Hopi are The Keepers of the Peace."

"When the preparations have been made and the Elders have said the time is right, we will gather at the Four Corners." (Bill Tenuto, Future News, posted October 9, 2005)

The Preventive War
On April 24, 2006, Arthur Schlesinger, former adviser to President John F. Kennedy, said in an article in the Washington Post:

"The Hundred Days is indelibly associated with Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Thousand Days with John F. Kennedy. But as of this week, a thousand days remain of President Bush's last term -- days filled with ominous preparations for and dark rumors of a preventive war against Iran."

"…our Cold War presidents kept to the…formula of containment plus deterrence, and we won the Cold War without escalating it into a nuclear war. Enter George W. Bush as the great exponent of preventive war. In 2003, owing to the collapse of the Democratic opposition, Bush shifted the base of American foreign policy from containment-deterrence to presidential preventive war."

"Observers describe Bush as 'messianic' in his conviction that he is fulfilling the divine purpose."

"There stretch ahead for Bush a thousand days of his own. He might use them to start the third Bush war: the Afghan war (justified), the Iraq war (based on fantasy, deception and self-deception), the Iran war (also fantasy, deception and self-deception). There is no more dangerous thing for a democracy than a foreign policy based on presidential preventive war." (Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., "Bush's Thousand Days," Washington Post, April 24, 2006, p. A17)

The Time of the Prophecies
We are well into the period of destruction which the Maya have called the "time of the prophecies." Nuclear war in the Middle East? Escalation to World War Three? The Maya have told us "2006 is a very dangerous year," a year in which "we can destroy ourselves." And according to Michael Drosnin's Bible Code II, the year 2006 is encoded with "World War" and "Atomic Holocaust."

World Peace Begins Within Ourselves
Yes, we have the power to make war. But we also have the power to end war. Forever.

We have the power to make peace.

We live in a time of increasing polarization of the planet, and we are facing a choice. We can destroy ourselves, or we can create peace on Earth.

The creation of peace on Earth begins with inner peace.

Inner peace is a form of energy. We all know what this energy feels like. And there is a way to work this energy. When we feel peace within, we can project it outward. We can transmit it from one person to the next. When the energy of peace flows in this way, it joins people together in a climate of peace. When this climate has spread around the planet, we will discover we have created peace on Earth. (For more about this, see the section under "Creating Organic, Human Community: The Sioux Sundance" in

This is our work. Although we may wind up destroying almost everything we have, propelled by our own momentum toward the brink of annihilation, we eventually must create peace on Earth if we are to save whatever remains. We must turn things around.

In the Americas, it has been the responsibility of the Hopi, entrusted to them by the Creator, to hold a space in which they keep and maintain the energy of peace. Native Americans understand this. That is why Native Americans refer to the Hopi as The Keepers of the Peace, and why Hopiland, in the Four Corners Region, holds so much importance for the future of humanity.

If we can create World War, then we can create World Peace. When we find peace within ourselves, we will create peace on Earth.

Once again I am putting out the call. When the time is right, we will gather at the Four Corners, and from there we will generate the energy to create peace on Earth.

For more about all of this--predictions and confirmations of the approach of World War Three and the vision I share with Native Americans for creating peace on Earth--open these additional articles posted on Future News:

World War III-Predictions
"Nuclear War: A Futurist's View, The Bible Code, Mayan Prophecy And My Vision of World War III." Posted December 2, 2004

World War III and China
"China Builds Up Military For Armed Conflict With U.S." Posted June 15, 2005

The New Humanity On The New Earth
Book One, Chapter Two: "The New Humanity--The Vision of The Maya, The Sioux Sundance And The Vision of Future News." Posted July 25, 2005

"The Vision of Future News--To My Friends." Posted July 3, 2004

War and Peace-The Great Gathering
Book One, Chapter Four: "Flight." Section One: "China, Japan And U.S. Setting Up For World War III." Posted September 25, 2005

World Peace-The Four Corners and the Hopi
Book One, Chapter Four. "Flight." Section Two: "The Four Corners." Posted October 9, 2005

© 2006 by William L. Tenuto

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Future News Predicted News About Iran

Future News Predicted News About Iran
June 6, 2006
Bill Tenuto

Nuclear War--Iran The Trigger
Political Division in Iran

In December 2004, Future News made two predictions about Iran. Both are happening now in
the spring of 2006.

First Prediction
On December 2, 2004, Future News made this prediction about Iran:
"The prospects of what Iran can or might do with its real or perceived arsenal of weapons of mass destruction will become a major focal point of the world's fears and concerns during this time. Iran could hold the 'hot button' that would trigger an escalation in the conflict, resulting in a nuclear holocaust in the Middle East. The fear will be whether Iran might be bluffing or not." (Bill Tenuto, "Nuclear War: A Futurist's View, The Bible Code, Mayan Prophecy and My Vision of World War III," Future News, December 2, 2004,

Confirmation of the First Prediction
On May 26, 2006, The New York Times reported the following confirmation of the above prediction:
"Washington, May 26, 2006--The Bush Administration is beginning to debate whether to set aside a longstanding policy taboo and open direct talks with Iran, to help avert a crisis over Tehran's suspected nuclear weapons program, European officials and Americans close to the administration said Friday." (Steven R. Weisman, "U.S. Debating Talks With Iran on Nuclear Issue," The New York Times, May 26, 2006,

Second Prediction
On December 2, 2004, Future News also made this prediction about Iran.
"Iran seems to be the wild card. I see a darkness over the northern half of Iran, perhaps signifying political division of Iran's capital, Tehran, and/or social chaos." (Bill Tenuto, "Nuclear War; A Futurist's View, The Bible Code, Mayan prophecy and My Vision 0f World War III," Future News, December 2, 2004,

Confirmations of the Second Prediction
On two separate occasions, March 14 and May 27, 2006, The New York Times reported the following confirmations of the above prediction:

Confirmation A
"Tehran, March 14, 2006--Just weeks ago, the Iranian government's combative approach toward building a nuclear program produced rare public displays of unity here. Now, while top leaders remain resolute in their course, cracks are opening both inside and outside the circles of power over the issue."

"Reformers, whose political clout as a movement vanished after the last election, have also begun to speak out. And people with close ties to the government said high-ranking clerics had begun to give criticism of Iran's position to Ayatollah Khamenei, which the political elite sees as a seismic jolt."

"A former president, Mohammad Khatami, recently publicly criticized the aggressive approach and called [for] a return to his government's strategy of confidence-building with the west."

"Ayatollah Khamenei, who has the final say, issued a strong defense of Iran's position on Tuesday."

"In a speech in Northern Iran, [Iranian President] Ahmadinejad called on the people to 'be angry' at the pressure put on Iran." (Michael Slackman, "In Iran, Dissenting Voices Rise on Its Leaders' Nuclear Strategy," The New York Times, March 15, 2006,

Confirmation B
"Tehran, May 27, 2006--President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is trying to consolidate power in a way never before seem in the 27-year history of the Islamic Republic, apparently with tacit approval of Iran's supreme leader, according to government officials and political analysts."

"He has evicted the former president, Mohammad Khatami, from his offices, taken control of a crucial research organization from another former president, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, challenged high-ranking clerics on the treatment of women and forced prominent academics out of the university system."

"But many of those watching in near disbelief at the speed and aggression with which the president is seeking to accumulate power assume that he is operating with the full support of the Ayatollah Khamenei."

"The changing nature of Iran's political landscape has far-reaching implications for the United States." (Emphasis mine-B.T.) (Michael Slackman, "Iran Chief Eclipses Power of Clerics," The New York Times, May 27, 2006,

© 2006 by William L. Tenuto