An Objective of the Hayehwatha Institute
Almost 96 percent of the world’s population, as an integral part of everyday life, offer respect to and seek guidance from their ancestors through rituals and prayers.
The Hayehwatha Institute operates on the hypothesis that Hayehwatha, a human being who existed in the Iroquois Nation (sometime between 1100 and 1450 AD) and was one of the founders of the Iroquois Confederacy has made his presence known again in the 21st century.
An interest of the Hayehwatha Institute is to research and validate Hayehwatha’s presence, and the presence of other evolved souls within the spiritual planes of the universe and beyond and to allow their wisdom and guidance to be expressed on earth for the benefit of humanity.
Drawing on the right:
The Energy Formation of Hayehwatha Within the Spiritual Dimensions of Space
Today many people believe that spiritual beings and spiritual realms in the universe do not exist because they cannot be proven scientifically. There are many experiences in life that are abstract, yet real. For example, the experiences of having thoughts and feelings are real, yet their physical presence is not possible to prove to another person.
Americans, for the most part, think pragmatically. However, over the past 35 years scientists and academicians have been able to take the abstract concept of Consciousness and find parallels in the various fields of science to validate the existence of Consciousness.
As an extension of the research into Consciousness, the Hayehwatha Institute predicts that in the future scientists and academicians will research the existence and phenomenon of spiritual planes within the universe and beyond.
They will also locate spiritual beings that are able to assist humanity to improve human life on earth. The challenge of connecting people with the spiritual realm forms an objective of the Hayehwatha Institute.