May 18th, 2010, has been declared an international day of prayer for the earth’s water. This is led by the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers – perhaps our most esteemed and wise council on the earth today. They give me hope, and they strengthen my resolve to continue to reach out to all people I can with a similar message of peace and non-destruction. Their self description from their website is:
WE, THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF THIRTEEN INDIGENOUS GRANDMOTHERS, represent a global alliance of prayer, education and healing for our Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generations to come. We are deeply concerned with the unprecedented destruction of our Mother Earth and the destruction of indigenous ways of life. We believe the teachings of our ancestors will light our way through an uncertain future. We look to further our vision through the realization of projects that protect our diverse cultures: lands, medicines, language and ceremonial ways of prayer and through projects that educate and nurture our children.
Let us do all we can to support these beautiful, wise women in their quest for a safer, more harmonious world, one that will remain for the next seven generations (and beyond).
I am posting the description of the day of water blessings here in its entirety, as follows:
We, the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers Ask you to join us:
MAY 18, 2010
CONSCIOUS PARTICIPATION IN HEALING OUR PLANETARY WATERS
OUR MOTHER EARTH NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Along with many peoples all around the globe, and many water prayers this spring, we are calling for a
MASSIVE GLOBAL EFFORT
Our main intention for this healing is to return the waters to their original pure crystalline blueprint, and to add to their abundance for the nourishment of ALL living things on the planet.
Pray in your local waterways, at the rivers or lakes or streams. Or pray with a bowl of water in the middle of the cities.
“We are Water Babies. Do not to forget to say thank you every day for the water you drink, the water you bathe in.
Without our Mother water we would not survive.”
Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim, Takelma Siletz, Oregon
The specific ceremonies being conducted on May 18, 2010:
Grandmothers will be holding Water Prayers in the following places:
African Rainforest, Gabon – Grandmother Bernadette Rebienot
Great Lakes, USA‐ Grandmother Rita Blumenstein
Mountains of Oaxaca, Huautla de Jimenez – Grandmother Julieta Casimiro
Desert of the American Southwest‐ Grandmother Mona Polacca
France – Grandmother Flordemayo
Black Hills of North America‐ Beatrice and Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance
Plains of North America, Montana‐Grandmother Margaret Behan
Hood River, Oregon‐ Agnes Baker Pilgrim
Nepalese Himalayas‐ Aama Bombo
Brazilian Amazon‐Grandmothers Maria Alice Freire and Clara Shinobu Iura
Tibetan Ceremonies in Canada‐ Tsering Dolma Gyaltong
Mahia, Aotearoa, New Zealand – Ambassador Pauline Tangiora
At the same time, people will be praying at
Nine specific bodies of water around the planet using crystalline energy
Lake Tahoe, California
Lake Titicaca, Peru
Lake MacKay Australia
Lake Chad, Africa
Lake Bikkal, Russia
Lake Kissyk‐Kul, Kyrgyzstan
Lake Geneva, Switzerland
Lake Superior, Minnesota
Colorado River Complex (Healing and Purification Ceremonies for this vital USA waterway)
“Water reflects the human soul. If you say, ‘thank you’ to water, it will be reflected in the form of beautiful crystals overflowing with gratitude in return.”
Masuru Emoto, The Secret Life of Water
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