The Eagle and the Condor
July 12, 2014
The Eagle and the Condor is an ancient Amazon prophecy that speaks of human societies splitting into two paths – that of the Eagle, and that of the Condor. The path of the Condor is the path of heart, of intuition, and of the feminine. The path of the Eagle is the path of the mind, of the industrial, and of the masculine.
The prophecy says that the 1490s would begin a 500 year period during which the Eagle people would become so powerful that they would virtually drive the Condor people out of existence. This can be seen in the conquering of the Americas and the killing and oppressing of the indigenous peoples in the subsequent 500 years – up to and including today.
The prophecy says that during the next 500-year period, beginning in 1990, the potential would arise for the Eagle and the Condor to come together, to fly in the same sky, and to create a new level of consciousness for humanity. The prophecy only speaks of the potential, so it’s up to us to activate this potential and ensure that a new consciousness is allowed to arise.
Currently In the U.S. we are experiencing an influx of more than 50 thousand stray children from the land of the condor. What are these children bringing to us? The hope that this prophecy will be fulfilled. These children remind us that our ancestors came here to North America because they hoped for a better life. This began long before the blue-eyed ones arrived here; it started when first peoples from Asia came over across the Bering Straits. Deep inside of us, this hope remains a vital soul force but usually buried in our subconscious beneath fear of losing what we already have.
We know how to care for stray cats and dogs. Almost daily, TV ads report opportunities to adopt a stray animal. We sponsor thousands of organizations to take care of these animals until they can be adopted. But these stray children seem to causes us a great collective fear – a fear that quite similar to the current plethora anti-feminine political activity here in the USA.
Instead of paying four billions of dollars to send these back home, we could pay $2500 per child to help people take then into their homes – just some money to buy some extra bedding and children’s cloths and a thousand dollars-worth of food stamps to get some extra food. This would take less that on-tenth of the requested four billion dollars.
After a deeply felt sharing of this issue yesterday morning with Martha Kinkade and Georgina Kemm, Virginia Stephenson and I envisioned a miracle this morning. We saw the Eagle and the Condor come together and fly together from the tip of South America to the North Pole casting their shadows across both continents from one end to the other and awakening us to the conscious desire to make this ancient prophecy become a modern reality. We saw us blue-eyed ones adopting these brown eyed-stray children, loving and caring for them and learning from them the realization of our true souls dream. We saw the Eagle and the Condor, at the end of their flight, each having one blue and one brown eye – signaling the end of our fears and separation from our brothers and sisters in the South.