In this related prophecy, the emergence from darkness accompanies a gathering, similar to the gathering of the people under the Great Peacemaker after first being led into separate lands.
The people of the four nations, or four directions will be gathered in One someday, returned to a greater truth and greater way of living that is currently lost to the world.
Ever since, his coming has been anticipated and it is said that when he returns there will be no more fighting and trouble and he will bring much knowledge and wisdom with him.
Always when people seek out Glous'gap they must be prepared for a long and arduous journey, and so it was with the man the council chose for their messenger.
There appears to be a way of living that must be reclaimed for Zion to return to earth again.
The Midewiwin Lodge will serve as a rallying point for the people and its traditional ways will be the source of much strength. The Sacred Megis will lead the way to the chosen ground of the Anishinabe.
"If the New People will remain strong in their quest, the Waterdrum of the Midewiwin Lodge will again sound its voice. There will be a rebirth of the Anishinabe nation and rekindling of old flames. The Sacred Fire will again be lit."
"By me kings reign and princes decree justice. By me princes rule and nobles, even all the judges of the earth." Never doubt this claim by the Divine Mother.
"Between your mother in the East and myself in the West, all life from beginning to end is placed. My son, you are the connection between birth and death."
The four parts of the wheel indicate the passing of time: birth, youth, adulthood, death. I've recently learned that the four corners of the earth in scripture also indicate markers of time, and not simply geographical directions. Within the earth's yearly journey around the sun are also four equidistant points (or corners) of significance: the equinoxes and solstices, each one marking the change of seasons.