The Kogi are the last surviving civilization from the
world of the Inca and Aztec, and their cities are
untouched by our world.

Their spiritual leaders, called Mamos, are raised in complete darkness for their first 18 years,
where they are trained to communicate with ‘"ALUNA’, what they understand to be the governing
forces of the world. They then become Mamos (Enlightened Ones). Some work at remote
places which they call “hot spots”, where they believe living energy pours into the world. They
guard their isolation and secrecy so that they can continue this work. But now they believe their
work has become impossible in the face of our destructive greed, and that the earth itself is on
the edge of apocalyptic collapse.........

Read more and visit the site where on September 22, 2010 you can hear Mamos
Jacinto Zarabata LIVE  
HERE

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                              Comments By Colin Andrews:

Nineteen years ago I watched a BBC television documentary which changed significant parts of
my life. The program was called
From the Heart of the World: The Elder Brother’s Warning.  
The deeply touching and impacting program was presented by Alan Ereira and it showed him
meeting the elders at the entrance to the vine constructed bridge onto the mountain where they
live. The reason the Mamos" called for this urgent and unique meeting was to warn
Little
Brother
that the snow had stopped falling on their mountain tops, "Mothers Waters" had
stopped flowing and she showed signs of dying. In short they were witnessing signs that
concerned them and they had information they had to convey to the unwise
Little Brother.

I did my best to draw attention to their message for many years, where ever I found myself
presenting. My own opinion about the environment and mans part in it, agreed with this
dramatic and heartfelt message from the Kogi and still does.


I was honored to be a member of the welcoming party to meet the Kogi delegation and spend a
day with them along with my wife Synthia when they made the first journey ever off their
mountain to the United States during September 2006. They travelled from Columbia to
Washngton D.C. to voice their concerns to a special group in the city and also at Georgetown
University where these photographs were taken.

I hold the greatest respect for these people.  The deep connection they hold with the Earth, the
love they have for its species and its minerals and also their awareness of the life force which
connects us all together.  Ive never met more humble and special human-beings.

The Kogi Mamos have returned to speak to
The Little Brothers again because they are more
concerned than ever before about the health of
Mother Earth and the way we treat her. I am
aware of steps being taken to allow the Mamos to reach a wide audience. This effort begins
tomorrow.
                                
                      
Kogi MamosLIVEWednesday, Sept. 22,  1:30PM
Kogi Jacinto Zarabata
Alan Ereira
Our Welcoming Party for the Kogi Mamos.
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Synthia Andrews and Ellis Bradley during Kogi
presentation at Georgetown University - 2006.
Copyright: Colin Andrews
Kogi Mamos deligation voice concerns for Mother Earth at Georgetown University - September
6, 2006. Copyright: Colin Andrews
The welcoming team with Kogi Mamos at Georgetown University. Colin Andrews presenting a copy of his book Crop Circles - Signs of Contact.
Another Urgent Warning about Mother Earth from the Kogi
Mamos
Kogi Jacinto Zarabata
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Don't be taken off balance by
'The Signs of Change'
Colin Andrews
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