Morris Amos, or Giltimi, is of the C’imotza Beaver Clan. He is an advisor to Haimus Wakas, who is the Hereditary Chief of the C’imotza Raven Clan. He notes two communities in a part of British Columbia, Canada. One being Kitimat, British Columbia and the other being Kitamaat, British Columbia. Kitimat occupied by the white community. Kitamaat occupied by the Indian or Indigenous community.
We first met at a closed-door minor political party meeting. He came with two others. One of whom was Haimus Wakas. He came down from Kitamaat in order to disseminate knowledge.
Now, I did not know a lot before. I know some more now, but know the more I know the less I know in the scope of what I realize I do not know. I know young people, such as myself, take on particular views. One view is not knowing much about the history of the country and the various peoples and faiths within it.
Another is aggressive activism. This has its own problems by making other peoples “the other.” I mean this in the full context of othering people from all sides.
When I brought this perspective to Giltimi, and Haimus Wakas as well, Haimus Wakas and Giltimi educated me. They described a view of the current state of affairs for the current generation and the next generations.
One emphasizing getting beyond dualities and having real forgiveness – moving past, forward, and having younger generations think in terms beyond dualities. I reached out on the 14th to ask about expanded descriptions on non-duality and forgiveness from his perspective.
On moving beyond dualities, Giltimi said, “I am aware of what constitutes history, History, as we have known it, is largely written by the victors in war. What this tells me is history is a tool for the victors to continue control and manipulation over those conquered. This world view is mine, as a member of an oppressed race of people’s.”
Giltimi continued on the oppression through contact with whites and the written history of the Indigenous population out of the history books. He called this a history with an “entirely ethnocentric point of view.”
People are wising up, though. From Giltimi’s independent research, he views the perpetrators of violence against the Indigenous came with a larger plan. A plan to dominate the world.
“Some call this plan the New World Order. I am now satisfied that white people are victimized by this plan just like the Indian. We are all oppressed by this plan,” Giltimi opined, “I am not opposed to world order but I oppose the New World Order as planned due to the nature of the control and manipulation mechanisms as proposed and also to the reasons for desire of control which is simply to be in control for self effacing purposes, not for the good interests of humanity.”
Giltimi referenced being an advisor to Haimus Wakas. He looked into the banking systems, big pharmaceutical companies, food production, the law, and oil and gas interests. He notes that they work within divide and conquer.
This permits ease of the creation of problems for the camps made in this process in order to self-aggrandize and benefit a small group of people. Giltimi views the emotional basis of this in fear, “which in resource terms equates to what I call the consciousness of lack.”
The basis of this is in the creation of poverty and forcing people to have a small number of jobs. A limited quantity of work where people compete for access to them. People become desperate and easily divided and conquered, Giltimi explained.
This, he related to duality as well as polarity.
“Duality of opposites such as up and down, in and out, black and white. This translates into what I call the dance of light and dark. The dark has held sway over humanity for millenniums of time,” Giltimi stated, “with the rise in consciousness, the light is now on the rise. The light equates with love, the polar opposite of fear.”
He sees fear as still prevalent and needing to be replaced by love. Giltimi sees the highest energy of the Great Spirit aligned with love. The work to bring light and love is what he sees as his work.
In a way, his work for unity is working for, within his philosophy of existence, for the highest energy of the Great Spirit. A new world built around love rather than fear. Giltimi views love as non-exclusionary.
“I now use this forum to call an end to the denial of my people, the genocide of my people, we must be included in the move toward love. The continued denial of my people is an obstacle to our spiritual evolution,” Giltimi said, “The denial of my people has created a resentment of settlers which can only be remediated by an end to denial based on divisiveness.”
He viewed the fear-based new order to have demonized Indians or Indigenous peoples. It caused the settlers to support a plan that resulted in resentment. With an acknowledgment of the truth, Giltimi says that the resentment of the Indigenous population would leave and the forgiveness would take its place.
Where a new real partnership with the visitors who never left can come forward, he made a distinction between a New World Order and white people. That it should be clear that the Indigenous resentment towards settlers is as misguided as the settler fear-based resentment towards the Indigenous.
He views this new real partnership as the basis for freedom.
“I now know the current fee simple land tenure system combined with banking elitism is at the root of a fraudulent pyramid scam that uses force to filter all wealth to the top, leaving the world struggling with induced poverty,” Giltimi explained.
The empowerment of the Indigenous with love and respect for them and with love and respect for the settlers can help the creation of the new real partnership and dislodgement of the fear-based world order.
Giltimi said, “I can say that in C’imotza our hereditary system is still in control of the land. If we can set as our goal a method to dislodge the NWO from control over us I am certain we can unite to develop a system of land tenure and banking that takes into account the best interests of both Indigenous peoples and settlers.”
He sees the corporations as taking control of common wealth against the common interests of the people, Indigenous peoples and settlers. Giltimi noted the power of corporations is pyramidal and used to create perpetual fear-based conflict in order to control and manipulate.
Giltimi said, “I am working on my end to make this happen, I call on all to join with us in this movement to unify humanity against those who would control us for their own dark based agenda. Let love be your choice not fear. I have spoken.”
Within Giltimi’s worldview, the nature of love has been forgotten, but the Mayan Tzolkin movement of the Earth into the Photon Belt is producing a rise in consciousness. One towards love rather than fear, where people would previously be divided they are being brought together.
“Those that are not attached to the energy of the great spirit, who some call the ether or ethos, who are detached,” Giltimi concluded, “think of themselves as isolated and in need of empowerment. In this case, they look for empowerment outside themselves and this form of empowerment always comes at the expense of the disempowerment of others. Those connected to the ether energy of great spirit will always look inward for their empowerment and will do so in a manner that empowers others. this knowledge will result in new leaders being called forth.”
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