In 2004, William Christopher Jordan, after having lived in Washington, DC for nine years, quit his job and set out on a journey across the northern section of the United States. Without having a job lined up or knowing a soul, he decided to leave the East Coast to head to Portland, Oregon; a place that he had never visited before in his life. This cross-country adventure was the beginning of what would become a very trusting and faithful relationship with his Creator.
It was during this time he began taking photographs and keeping a journal of all of the miracles that took place as his life lead him from one circumstance to another. This journal soon became his autobiography.
As he continued to trust the Creator’s guidance along his path, he delved deeper and deeper into his own spirituality, and soon found himself living a very metaphysical lifestyle. During this time he had learned that his name, William Christopher Jordan, meant, A Will, Bearing Christ, Flowing Down. Without being religious or trying to come across as righteous, he wanted to examine what this meant on a deep personal level. And so he continued on his journey.
After having lived in Portland, Oregon, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Denver, Colorado, between 2005 and 2010, Chris was asked once again to answer a higher calling. He gave up his job and apartment, and with nothing more than a few clothes and his vehicle, set out on a new adventure across the United States.
Inspired by the book, ©The 72 Names of God – Technology for the Soul, Chris embarked on a 72-Day cross-country adventure in February of 2010 titled, 72 Days of God. In an effort to learn about Unconditional Love, he posted a survey on his website asking people to share their own personal views and beliefs about God. His journey eventually brought him to Arizona.
During May of 2012, while on the 72 Days of Angels chapter of his autobiography, Chris received an invitation to visit the Hopi Indian Tribe in northeastern Arizona. The main purpose of his visit was to help a Hopi family plant their spring corn. He arrived at Hopi on May 19, 2012.
The very next day, on May 20, 2012, he and his new Hopi friends shared a once in a lifetime event together known as the extremely rare Annular Ring-Of-Fire Solar Eclipse. The reason this particular eclipse was so rare was due to the fact that it took place directly over Hopi, and only happened once every 26,000 years, when the Sun, Moon, Earth, and the constellation responsible for mankind’s spiritual evolution and ascension, the mystic Pleiades, came together in a magical alignment. The duration of the eclipse lasted for 3 hours and 33 minutes.
Upon his return to Phoenix the following day, Chris learned of an ancient Hopi Prophecy that spoke of the return of the True White Brother, who would someday venture from the East and return to Hopi wearing a red cap. And this True White Brother would be teaching Unconditional Love. This prompted Chris to take an even closer at this delicate journey guided by, Spirit.
His relationship with the Hopi continued to grow over the next several years, and due to the fact that their relationship had been initiated during the Annular Ring-Of-Fire Solar Eclipse on May 20, 2012, he was later inspired to use Hopi Land to perform four Total Lunar Eclipse ceremonies on April 15, 2014, October 8, 2014, April 4, 2015, and September 28, 2015 (a.k.a the Four Blood Moons). All of this took place during The Transfiguration of Christ chapter of his autobiography.
The journey continued, and each time that he tried to put his journey behind him, something else mysterious or magical would take place, prompting him to continue.
For complete details visit his autobiography!