November 30, 2016 omnipulse
The event was outlined as one of the spiritual turning points that would mark proximity to the coming changes. Curses were placed over the intruders that killed the natives and stole the land that belongs to no one but the great spirit.
This created the cycle of damnation that the invaders themselves could not break no matter how advanced their technology became. In fact, it was their technology itself that lent to their own damnation and soul-destruction.
Now that the curse is breaking, they have the opportunity to regain, to manifest, or to gain their souls for the first time.
This is Biblical as part of the freeing process of individuals to beings who attained glory of universal status and liberated themselves from the world-wide slave system that has developed like a tangled web.
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Did this Prophetic act in Washington, DC break a curse over the US?According to an article on Charisma News, some are calling an event that took place on October 21, 2016 a prophetic act that could profoundly impact America.
On that day, 1000 Native Americans representing Indian tribes across both the US and Canada gathered in Washington DC to forgive the early Americans who broke treaties they made with Indian tribes decades ago.
At the event called the National Day of Prayer for First Nations held at the Washington Mall, representatives of America’s tribal groups spoke declarations forgiving America.
Speaking on behalf of the (Euchee) Yuchi tribe, Negiel Bigpond stated he was forgiving “the US, whether it asked for it or not.”
Bigpond who organized the prayer event is a fourth generation pastor and serves as a tribal chief. He along with other native leaders and intercessors spoke a number of declarations that are posted at the All Tribes DC website.
“We repent of every curse spoken over America by our ancestors and we release the power of forgiveness to bring healing and the peace of Creator God to this land.”
http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/religion/oklahoma-minister-organizes-native-american-prayer-rally-in-d-c/article_81c2f60f-545c-5411-9b4e-7f674288f064.htmlNative American tribes from across the United States and Canada will meet in Washington, D.C., next Friday to offer forgiveness to a nation that has not asked for it.
Several hundred tribes are expected at the all-day outdoor event at the Washington Monument, organized by the Rev. Negiel Bigpond, apostle at Morning Star Church of All Nations in Mounds.
Bigpond is a full-blood Euchee Indian and a fourth-generation Christian minister.
He said that by offering forgiveness to the United States for centuries of atrocities and broken promises, unified Native American people can begin a healing process that will affect not only them but the entire nation.
“We’re going to receive the prayer of forgiveness from a nation that never asked to be forgiven. We feel that is more powerful,” Bigpond said.
“This is an historic moment. It’s never been done in the United States.”
He said unforgiveness and bitterness toward the United States have hurt native people.
He said impetus for the All Tribes DC Event comes from a statement the Rev. Billy Graham made in March 1975 to some 100 Native American Christian leaders meeting in New Mexico.
According to Bigpond, Graham said: “The Native American is a sleeping giant. He is awakening. The original Americans could become the evangelist who will help win America for Christ.”
Bigpond said he and others gathered in the nation’s capital will offer this prayer, in part:
“We the people, the host people of this great nation and the original lovers of this land, stand united with one heart and mind to bring the power of forgiveness to bear. As the host people of Turtle Island (the Earth), we forgive every atrocity and broken covenant ever designed to destroy us as a race of people. We break every curse, and renounce every lie, purposed to decimate us as human beings. We forgive the government, the church, and the educational system for the use of residential schools that attempted to destroy our culture and silence our voice as people by stealing our language.
“We stand in the gap for those who are unable or unwilling to forgive, and call upon the master of life to forgive us for harboring unforgiveness, resentment, hatred, bitterness and rage; We repent of every curse spoken over America by our ancestors and we release the power of forgiveness to bring healing and the peace of Creator God to this land. … not returning evil for the evil perpetuated against us, but on the contrary we choose to release a blessing, knowing that the father of us all has called us as his children to bless and not curse, that we may inherit a blessing.”
Tammy Russell, Bigpond’s daughter who works closely with him, said: “We feel once this forgiveness happens, there will be a great awakening. This is the time for the Native American sleeping giant to awaken. This is the beginning point.”
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