He Walked the Americas – Evidence of Jesus by Native Americans


And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd.”
John 10:16

He Walked the Americas

Legends of the Pale Prophet from the Native Peoples of the Americas.

The legends that follow are the legends of the Healer. These legends were told by the fireside of a “saintly white teacher,” who performed miracles with healing and control over the winds, waters, and other natural items. All describe his eyes as gray-green like the ocean and told stories of the future. His symbol has been woven into blankets, carved on canyon walls, put on pottery and danced in dances. His name has been given to mountains and rivers.

Though the stories are many and spread throughout the Americas, they are broken into bits and pieces, hard to follow and piece together into one tale. His name varied, most names were reflective of his control over the wind and water, as he would request each tribe to name Him as they wished, stating there was no value to a name.

Common to almost all:

*He was a white man with a beard
*He said He came from across the sea
*He would choose twelve “disciples”
*He spoke of His Father’s Kingdom
*He wore a bright white garment with golden sandals
*He made references to the future
*He had control over the wind and all elements
*He had the ability to heal wounds
*His sign was the cross
*He taught love and peace
*He taught that good deeds were important
*He referred them to the Dawn Star

**The Shawnee told the author that this came from the Prophet….”Do not kill or injure your neighbor, for it is not he that you injure; you injure yourself. Do good to him, thus adding to his days of happiness even as you then add to your own. Do not wrong or hate your neighbor; for it not he that you wrong: you wrong yourself. Rather love him, for the Great Spirit loves him, even as He loves you.”

**I have heard the Cherokee story a couple times now about when the Prophet was with them. It was said that there were many tales, but most were as all the other nations. The one that was unique to the Cherokee was one in which the Healer was troubled by the events of the future. His twelve disciples (all tribes say he chose twelve for his special training!) were following him through the woods for fear any danger would come upon Him. At one point, the Healer came across a fawn that was lost in the woods. The Healer asked him where his mother was? The fawn turned his head and looked down a path. Not far away was the mother, the victim of a huge cat. She had given her life to save her young.


The Healer knelt down beside the dead mother and started stroking the body. As His hand passed over the wounds, they healed up, leaving no marks. The deer then started breathing and rose. The disciples were upset at this and asked Him why he was wasting His energy on the animals. The Pale One said, “There cannot be too many good deeds. Such is the manner of compassion. A lost lamb is my Father’s business, as important as saving a nation, if one need not choose between them. More precious in my Father’s eyes is a good deed than the most exquisite jewel.”


**The “Algonquin of the Eastern Seaboard” tell they received their name for the Dawn Light from the Pale One. They wouldn’t name the Prophet as He had asked them to do. They wanted to know what He was called where He grew up and He told them a namethat was strange and hard to say. But they tried hard to say it: Chee-ZoosGod of the Dawn Light, basically the same as the Puants.


**The Chippewa remember very well the “pale Great Master.” They tell He gave them medicine lodges where the signs and emblems are secret and taken from those across the ocean. And according to the author, they keep this secret to this day.


**The Prophet was known to come across a Puant city in the now known area of Oklahoma. It was the Prophet’s custom to always take their established temples and change them. He would chose the twelve to teach them the priesthood and then lectured the people. This was again done here as usual. But here, the people wanted to hear about his childhood. He told them he was born across the ocean where all men had beards. Even in the legends, he told them of his virgin birth and about the bright star that shone over his city of his birth. The heavens opened up and winged beings sang chants of exquisite beauty.

”When the University of Oklahoma was digging the Spiro Mound, they found mush pottery showing winged beings singing, and also the hand with the cross through the palm. To them, He was known as Chee-Zoos, the Dawn God, and they whisper of Him about the campfires when no white man can listen. To quote the book, “The love they bear Him is beyond measurement, for well they know He watches over them, and that when their journey here is over, He will meet them in the Land of Shadows, for such was His sacred promise. 

“They smoke the Sacred Peace Pipe in His memory, and blow the smoke to the four directions (sign of the cross), knowing that to each man comes his retribution, no matter how flows the river of history. Thus in great pride walks the Red Man, even though now dire poverty stalks him and starvation or hunger sits at his table. In the mask like calm of his expression there smiles a secret satisfaction, a something which to puzzled white men is entirely beyond understanding.”


**They tell that He always wore a long white toga, with black crosses embroidered along the bottom, and had golden sandals


*It is said the hot springs of Tacobya mark the passage of the Healer. In a canyon nearby isthe hand with the T cross in it, and near this the Great Cross. It is understood that He traveled to the Havasu, raising one arm in greeting meaning “Peace and Prosperity to you”. He then stopped and tapped a large rock with his staff and water gushed out of it. He drank from this sacred water and today it is called the Spring of Tacobya.


“Have you ever wondered about the cedar…every tribe revere it…high priests mix its shavings with the leaves of our tobacco? And why do we blow smoke across our bodies, when we are returning from the war trail? Is it not to ask His forgiveness, as was once taught by the Pale Prophet? Why do we plant these trees upon the Great Mound-those ancient histories of our cities? Was it not to warn all men that once He walked here; the Sacred One, the Miracle Worker? 

And the color of snow: among all the nations it stands for peace. Why is this so? Because He wore it, as he traveled from nation to nation He taught the people to live in peace and to speak in council, thus settling all their problems. This was His way and the way of His Father.

Why do we raise our hands up in greeting? Because that was His sign, a tradition which we still follow.”

Why do we use the Cross as a sacred symbol? Was it not because He wore it about the hem of His full white garment, and carried the sign on His two hands, those hands so gifted in healing?…In the Wisacoo Lodge and many others there are some who still know His secret language, but those things are being fast forgotten.”

For more:

[link to www.wolflodge.org]

source http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1647098/pg1





50 thoughts on “He Walked the Americas – Evidence of Jesus by Native Americans”

  1. Then his message didn’t take. Anyone who thinks Indian tribes of the America’s were peace-loving people living at one with nature hasn’t read their history. The Aztecs were nuts. If the cultures that came before were less bloodthirsty is dobutful. The Spanish were able to do what they did by using existing hatred against warring tribes to their advantage. They probably would have put an arrow through the Prince of Peace as soon as he hit the shore…unless he was born as one of them, or was Quetzoquoatl, is that the idea? A stretch. Jesus loved chocolate!

    1. I don’t think his message took anywhere on earth, really, otherwise Jeshua would not have been killed by his own people, the jewish people of Israel. War and bloodshed are everywhere on earth, that’s just human nature. We are, after all wickedly sinful.

      1. There were NO white People EVER in the Americas before The Vikings! Native Americans had there own religions, and the old world religions had nothing to do with the Americas or the Native Americans. Quit trying to link the Americas to the old world! This is Native land, with Native Gods! Hell, even now Jesus and your gods don’t have no power on The lands of the Native Americans. Your False gods can’t hear your pleas on lands that you are not indigenous to, so go back to your own lands, if you want your gods to hear you!!!

      2. Your words ring true of all people of the world. None of what is written above says that the Native Americans had peace between the tribes. Look at the lands where the bible records say Jesus walked and you find the same actions as with the Native American Tribes. So according to your words: “Then his message didn’t take.” would have to be said for every group of humans in the world.

      3. Your words ring true of all people of the world. None of what is written above says that the Native Americans had peace between the tribes. Look at the lands where the bible records say Jesus walked and you find the same actions as with the Native American Tribes. So according to your words: “Then his message didn’t take.” would have to be said for every group of humans in the world.

    2. Here we are told about Jesus too and we cut throats in a sense just like they did. Some of the Indians were peaceful and yes, I read the history books. God is always working and yes, He loves us all!! Color doesn’t doesn’t matter to Him but the heart. Above all creation God made man in His image. Denying the truth doesn’t make it untrue.

      1. I have a paperback book that describes the early pictographs of the now Chinese people. These symbols are included in the book. And like today’s more complex Chinese language, each symbol had a meaning or a concept. They wrote on the soft insides of turtle shells. Much of it is about topics from the Bible. Jump forward to today. Google this current event, “Muslims see Jesus in dreams”. One of the atheists’ arguments is that the people of non-Bible areas of the world have no chance. But a perfect God, by definition, must be perfectly fair to all nations. Don’t blame mankind’s wars on God. Jesus said that there will be wars and rumors of wars until He rules. We were give volition, the ability to choose. Forgive or embitter. Believe or reject.

    3. Bull Shit!! The Aztecs were no more blood thirsty than the Roman Catholicand Protestant pigs who invaded them, with their own Supposed Witch, heretic burnings! The Europeans were by far, more blood thirsty than the foul diseased European , holier than thou, Jesus Freak rejects of Europe, Eurotrash! Know one really buys into the supposed, constantly warring Native Americans!

      1. What if I told you the English came to the Americas and brought with them and traded the Maine Penny and the native American Indians wore the penny as jewlery. After all I have been reading recently is staring to make some sence. I am starting to find evidence through my family history the Priory came to Americans and taught thr native American indians. I can see signs in names given to chiefs also that may one day prove thet the Priory was in the Americas and they did teach them about jesus.

        The Priory was here at one time. I also know a little about the name you choose and that family. Tell me does Charlemagne mean anything g to you?

    4. the white man was the one who was blood thirsty. white man murdered over 100,000,000 native americians and stole their land.

  2. Jesus walked the earth to all people, the Native American Peoplw are very spiritual, we could use a few people like them. You do not hear of their people going into malls and shootin people, they come in PEACE as CHRIST did!

  3. “They smoke the Sacred Peace Pipe in His memory, and blow the smoke to the four directions (sign of the cross), knowing that to each man comes his retribution, no matter how flows the river of history. Thus in great pride walks the Red Man, even though now dire poverty stalks him and starvation or hunger sits at his table. In the mask like calm of his expression there smiles a secret satisfaction, a something which to puzzled white men is entirely beyond understanding.”

    Ah, secret satisfaction, so becoming….

    Love Geeta

      1. I’m confused.Is that sarcasm? Are you saying she made him white, because that’s the only thing people would accept? In that case her story is fabricated. Do you believe the story to be true? The Book of Mormon is the only account I’ve heard of Jesus visiting North America and I hadn’t heard that until about a week ago.I was raised fundamentalist. I find this story fascinating.

  4. Jesus we call him Issa he is from the old Jerusalem not the new Jerusalem and his bad people kill him and he got resurrected I love to see him

  5. well, their may be some truth to this. there was a short time Jesus was on the earth after He died. 40 days. and the description sounds alot like Him. just another thing to add on my list of many questions to God when I return…. but I hope this is the case, for Id like to talk to my Cherokee part of my ancestry. that would be cool!


    Acts 1

    1In my former book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus began to do and to teach 1In the first book, O Theophilus, I have dealt with all that Jesus began to do and teach, 1The first account I composed, Theophilus, about all that Jesus began to do and teach, 1The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, 1I wrote the first narrative, Theophilus, about all that Jesus began to do and teach
    2until the day he was taken up to heaven, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles he had chosen. 2until the day when he was taken up, after he had given commands through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen. 2until the day when He was taken up to heaven, after He had by the Holy Spirit given orders to the apostles whom He had chosen. 2Until the day in which he was taken up, after that he through the Holy Ghost had given commandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen: 2until the day He was taken up, after He had given orders through the Holy Spirit to the apostles He had chosen.
    3After his suffering, he presented himself to them and gave many convincing proofs that he was alive. He appeared to them over a period of forty days and spoke about the kingdom of God. 3He presented himself alive to them after his suffering by many proofs, appearing to them during forty days and speaking about the kingdom of God. 3To these He also presented Himself alive after His suffering, by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over a period of forty days and speaking of the things concerning the kingdom of God. 3To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God: 3After He had suffered, He also presented Himself alive to them by many convincing proofs, appearing to them during 40 days and speaking about the kingdom of God.

    1. Eva, I’ve often thought about that also. As the son of God changed water to wine, healed the living, spoke every language, and brought the dead back, I’m also certain he could have changed his appearance. Why does he have to fit one mold when he can fit many to appear to each of us as we see him in our thoughts?

    2. He was a holy personage, born of an earthly mother but a celestial father. How are we to know what he did or did not have?

  6. Its a great book, “He walked the Americas.” If it was not Jesus then it was a disciple or an Essean. Either way read the book.

  7. Ok, I have absolutely nothing against the native Americans as they clearly mastered the lands. I just don’t believe this was Jesus. Per the statement, More precious in my Father’s eyes is a good deed than the most exquisite jewel.” This directly contradicts the Bible. Our good deeds are as filthy rags to God.(Isaiah 64:6)

    2nd example: Article cites :stating there was no value to a name” but Bible says There is salvation in no one else! God has given no other name under heaven by which we must be saved.”Act 4:12

    3rd example: The reference to the Dawn Star. Per Isaiah 14:12“How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! That is a reference to the angel of light or the devil.

    4th example: Well, let me qualify myself before I make this statement. I am white BUT I do NOT believe Jesus was white. That is a Catholic creation. The hairs of his head were white, like white wool, like snow. His eyes were like a flame of fire, his feet were like burnished bronze, refined in a furnace, and his voice was like the roar of many waters. In his right hand he held seven stars, from his mouth came a sharp two-edged sword, and his face was like the sun shining in full strength. (Revelation 1:12-16 ESV)

    Burnished brass is a dark brown, white wool is the head of a black man. I do believe the Indians thought they were telling the truth. I just don’t believe they really saw Jesus. They saw an imposter who contradicted Gods word.

    Peace to all,

    1. Isaiah 64:6. God didn’t make us to believe that our love or our works with faith are dirty rags. Isaiah had trouble making Gods people respect the warnings of God. I believe the “dirty rags” bit is Isaiah’s own frustration with his fellow man. It would be like having a child of your own and teaching him to love and as soon as he showed affection, you spit on him or slapped her. That’s human frustration, not Gods. This whole color or race argument doesn’t belong in the house of God which is your soul, so cast it out. If not, give it time. The devil’s done a lot of damage out of pigmentation. Only one question remains. What trumps the aliens, Nibiru, Atlantis, it all? . He either died for you or He didn’t. Or you either have a creative power or you don’t. He/She is everything or nothing at all. What is it to be? And on the way to figuring it out, try not to hurt yourself or others.

  8. I am sure your knowledge of this person far exceeds my own. I only wanted to point out the unbiblical characteristics that were demonstrated in this article. No, I do not know the ancient tales of Sananda but I do know the 66 books.

  9. I appreciate your enthusiasm and your calm approach but I must stand by my original assertion. This is not Jesus. Your claim is that there are contradictions in the Bible. While I would argue, there are none, I think it is best for our sake to just focus on the verses I introduced above.. Do you believe those specific verses are contradicted and therefore not true? The above verses testified specifically to the Power of Jesus name, the morning/ dawn star reference, the good deeds being as filthy rags and lastly, the skin color. Do you believe those are all incorrect statements about Jesus? Again, it is not my intent to create conflict just a healthy conversation. Please let me know what you think? (Please note I was unable to successfully access your first link but did read through the second link).

    One more example I wanted to communicate is the verse about the sparrow in the book of Matthew 6:26. Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? This contradicts what the The Pale One said, “There cannot be too many good deeds. Such is the manner of compassion. A lost lamb is my Father’s business, as important as saving a nation, if one need not choose between them.”
    While God surely loves his creation, We are certainly more valuable than the sparrow or the deer in His eyes. Do you disagree with Matthew 6:26. If you were confronted with the decision to save a human life or the life of a deer, would you not choose the human?

  10. For cross-referencing purposes for those coming to the site: Mormons (especially those of the Latter-day Saint (LDS) faith) find stories like this fascinating. Multiple accounts are often recorded in church historical documents of accounts of an ancient people that knew of Christ coming to the Americas. The most notable account is the Book of Mormon, a ancient document transcribed from plates by the prophet Joseph Smith of the historical and scriptural account complied by Mormon in his writings and finished by his son Moroni of a family who left Jerusalem around the time of King Nebuchadnezzar in 600 B.C. reaching the Americas, developing the distinctive groups of the Lamanites and the Nephites, meeting Christ after his death in Jerusalem in aprox. 33 A.D., living in peace for a generation, but ultimately having the Nephite genocide by the Lamanites in aprox. 421 A.D. A full account of the record can be found here: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm?lang=eng, and the specific incidence of Christ in the Americas from the Book of Mormon can be found starting here in 3 Nephi Chapter 9: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/3-ne/9?lang=eng and ending with the beginning rapid downfall the people in 4th Nephi https://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/4-ne/1?lang=eng

  11. i learned at sun dances He was pale skin blue eyes, other elders/tribes say He was brown and curly hair. when i saw Him in vision He look like His face was bright like the sun standing at tree of life vision. when i sen Him when i was child He looked like a how a negro look but face was bright to see. very tall and deep voice.very protective and masculine.my name is joseph, my spirit name is peacemaker. i know He is real. the tree of life!

  12. Why are some of you offended by this story?Why would you assume jesus could not have been anywhere else other than israel?Some of you speak as if you know these things 100%.The bible is the only book composed of over 40 authors in a span of 1500 years that hasn’t changed and all writings speak of the same things.And more and more everyday are artifacts being found that support what is said in the bible.who are we to say that jesus never visited other nations and people outside of israel.

  13. Mormons believe this. In fact, that is the whole purpose of The Book of Mormon. It is a history of those who lived in the Americas from around 600 BC until 400 AD. But the high light is when the resurrected Jesus Christ came to visit those on the American continent.

  14. I was born and raised in the Dakotas..This is a story once shared with me by an elder, tho he said he was from a tribe that once traced their lands to the Eastern States until pushed west..he told me of how his ancestor had always been known as medicine men , tho it seems he used a different terminology at the time. He shared with me this fact that it was well known of a man wearing white who appeared walking from the seas…he went on to describe things this man had taught them, even went so far as to say that he was main part of why dance is such a to an and important part of native culture. .He said this legend was well known among all tribes, tho the man’s appearance differed to all, made sense, kinda hard to walk out of the ocean into the desert…Never gave it much thought, being I wasn’t a big fan of God or Jesus, tho rather than argue against without basis, I’ve done my fair share of research…and it wasn’t until just recently I realized, the facts were there, if I was fair to myself and allowed myself to see the truth. To stumble across this article just now, Well , confuses me yet deepens my faith even more…Why the white hair, blue eyes, who knows, would you rather he have red eyes and green hair…what amazes is, he came to the natives as he did us,….only one who reads 4 books and says I know al can dispute the reality of the fact….and to any that has learned otherwise, a word of knowledge, To be a Christian is the hardest task and battle than anything else one can ever choose to bear…Close your eyes..picture thousands dead, no life, just death, all in the name of the father, men, women and even children who willingly gave their life rather than turn from him or on him, as many where ordered to do..


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