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“The Day of the Fish”
A Dogon Prophecy

 By Andrew Dwight Harris

The reason we can go around the world and find similar prophecies among the First Peoples about the End Times and the like is explained in the book THOTH.  In THOTH it is explained that the spiritual teachings of aboriginals worldwide (plus the ancient Hindu teachings) all originated from the teachings of Noah in the Bible.  Of course people don't call them the teachings of Noah, but what it says in THOTH does make sense. 

a) An aspect of the story of Noah is that all was destroyed except those who were on Noah's Ark.  Therefore, there were no spiritual teachings around except for what they had with Noah.

b) After Noah the people spread out all over the earth, therefore separating them in the physical landscape, and without the travel we have today.  Isolation caused different cultures to emerge, misleading us to think we all came from different sources.

THOTH has given us the history before we find out about it for ourselves, because it is becoming clear that the ancient teachings of the earth are interrelated.  Here is the part of THOTH that explains it:


"And Noah builded an altar unto the Lord; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar." (Genesis 8:20)

<1>The new generation started to build altars and offer burnt offerings to the Lord.  This new generation lost its direct contact with God.  However, Noah still had this direct relationship with God, so he set a symbolic example for the other humans of sacrificing.

<2>These teachings of Noah to the new generation and his example became the base for the religion of the new human.  <3>Later on the essence of these teachings was preserved as the base of the religion of humanity and spread all throughout the earth.  This is the base of most of the Mystical Paths existing.  Eventually some of these teachings were written down as the Vedas.  In their refined form they became the Vedantas.

<4>In the Far East, from this knowledge combined with many other discoveries and absorption of many parts from other religions, a body of knowledge was formed to which all religions of the Far East and the Mystical Paths in other religions are related.  (For a deeper meaning of the phrases used here as "Mystical Paths" or "Far East Philosophies," see The Glossary.)

And in a Satsang called, Revelations 1, from the Mission of Maitreya website:

Our first Prophet was Noah who taught his children the Essence of the Spirit that spread all over the world and became the base and the Essence of all religions.  All Prophets meditated.  All Prophets spent quiet time by themselves.  All Prophets were guided to a point that they recognized that they had a message from God to man.  They brought those messages to humanity; they asked them to be perfect, to progress, to go to Spirit, and not to be attached to this external world.  When the Prophets leave, then man brings some dogmas, then become attached to them, and then say, "This is the only way."


The Prophecy

The Dogon are an ethnic group living in the central plateau region of Mali, south of the Niger bend near the city of Bandiagara in the Mopti region of Africa.

Before mentioning the Dogon prophecy, Credo Mutwa, a Zulu spokeperson and shaman, will be very helpful in describing some of the African terminology:

According to Credo Mutwa, “In every language in Africa, the meaning of star is Bringer of knowledge? or Bringer of enlightenment." (

The Dogon prophecy, Day of the Fish, is as follows:

The Dogon people in Western Africa attribute their acquisition of knowledge to the Nommos, divine supernatural visitors to the Earth who come from the Stars.  The Nommos, also known as 'Masters of Water', the 'Monitors', and the 'Teachers', passed on Star knowledge to the Ancestors of the Dogon.  According to the prophecies of the Dogon, these Original Visitors will return to Earth from their place in the heavens in the form of a blue star.  When they do, it will be called the "Day of the Fish".  The first indication of their return will be that a new star, "the star of the tenth moon", will appear in the sky. (

The Hopi people, who live in the U.S., also have a prophecy called, “Blue Star Kachina”.

Credo Mutwa has also made another interesting observation:

Credo Mutwa: Now, let me point out an interesting thing, sir.  If you study the languages of all African nations, you find within the languages of our people words which are similar to Oriental, Middle-Eastern, and even Native American words.  And the word Imanujela means “the Lord who came”.  A word that anyone can discover in Rwanda, amongst the Rwandan Hutu and Watusi people, is very similar to the Hebrew word Immanuel, which means “the Lord is with us”.  Imanujela, “the ones who came, the Lords who are here”. (

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