If you have just found our website by using the address that I announced on the Thom Hartman show, WELCOME TO ALL! We are very exicited to have you. Please continue to visit us and within the next 72 hours we will re-create the website in order to educate everyone about who we are, what we have been doing over the past 10 years or so, and what very special plans we have in place this year for all of you who are looking for a way to empower themselves against the evil machinations of the BIG AG corporations (you know who they are) and what they have been implementing since the turn of the century with an eye toward destroying our birthright of possessing the freedom to grow our crops year after year using the future generations of the seeds we possess today.
We will also be providing reading lists and film titles so you might be able to educate yourselves, friends and families. THIS is the way that we can fight back: by allowing the power of the universe to make sure we were watching Thom Hartman today (and in other like events in the future) so you were able to find your way over to this website. Eventually, by the end of this growing season, we will be able to provide you with a dozen or so legitimate Hopi corn seeds from the last of the truly, legitimately, traditional Hopi village (Shungopavi-located on what is known as "2nd Mesa" in northern Arizona.) Already there have been several attempts by agents of these AG corporations to distribute fake Hopi seeds, even Genetically Modified Hopi Seeds (God Help US!) within the borders of Hopiland. They have attempted this in order to destroy the Hopis' corn genetic integrity (unsurpassed in the world). Fortunately, the Hopis' cultural preservation people, as well as village elders and leaders, have worked diligently to confiscate the monster bags of genetically modified Hopi Corn Lookalikes. In addition, the Hopis were spiritually led to hide bags of seeds off-reservation in an effort to secretly preserve their genetic integrity.
We will be posting more very soon. In the meantime hold a good thought, or whisper a secret prayer, for us as we attempt to make it possible for you to begin to develop your own cache of life- saving ancient puebloan food. In the meantime, take the time to review the few film links we have available at the bottom of this page (especially the "Hopi" entitled film link). Gradually, the film/movie list will be quite extensive as well as the reading list. As we ponder/meditate on what this material means to each of us we will gradually move forward in a positive direction to our ultimate, ineffable goal.
David H. Edwards, MA -(George Washington University, Washington DC-Cultural Anthropology.) Formerly of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian and the University of Maryland (Salisbury campus).