World Peace And Prayer Day

I, Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe for the Lakota, Dakota, Nakota Nation ask that all Nations upon Mother Earth declare June 21st (1997) World Peace and Prayer Day. According to spiritual leaders and Elders who gathered at the United Nations to present their prophesies - and again at Six Nations, Canada - the "signs" of Indigenous people's prophesies have shown themselves. The prophesies tell us it is time to begin mending the Sacred Hoop and begin global healing by working towards world peace and harmony. The birth of the White Buffalo Calf lets us know we are at a crossroads - either return to balance or face global disaster. It is our duty to return back to sacred places and pray for world peace - if we do not do this our children will suffer. At Grey Horn Butte, before the White Buffalo Woman brought the Sacred Pipe to our ancestors, a Seer was traveling in the Sacred Black Hills - PaHa Sapa, "heart of everything that is." The Seer came upon a large tipi. When he went in the tipi, he saw the Sacred Pipe in the North and the Sacred Bundle of Bows and Arrows in the South. According to the Star Knowledge there are six stars which designated six sacred sites within the Black Hills - these places are sacred places to pray. We are told there is a sacred site every hundred miles around Mother Earth. We ask all people to return to these places and pray from their hearts with us at noon, South Dakota (Mountain) time. It has been decided, according to the Star Knowledge, that June 21st is the time to pray. Indigenous people will begin their spiritual journey on horseback starting in Opaskweyak, The Pas, Manatoba and end up at Sunchild, Alberta, BC. There, Indigenous peoples will pray with the Sacred Bundle Keepers to begin the restoration of peace and balance. We ask all Peoples to begin organizing their ceremonies at their sacred sites or in the manner which they pray so that they will be praying at the same time as we are from their sacred center. So far, we have spoken to leaders from around the world and each has committed to work towards supporting June 21st (1997). We ask all people of all faiths to respond and support our efforts towards world peace and harmony - our circle of life where there is no ending and no beginning.

May peace be with you all.

19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe
Arvol Looking Horse

"When we walk upon Mother Earth, we always plant our feet carefully because we know the faces of our future generations are looking up at us from beneath the ground. We never forget them." -Oren Lyons, Onondaga Nation

Posted on behalf of Michele Lord at the request of Arvol Looking Horse from a statement made at the 3rd Annual One Mind, One Voice, One Heart, One Prayer Vigil in Washington DC.

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