Statement on Fukushima read by Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Elders
In late September, indigenous elders and medicine people of North and South America united for four days in sacred ceremony in Green Grass, South Dakota. The significance of this meeting is profound. Its outcome is the Statement which Chief Looking Horse delivers in his native Lakota language, at the United Nations Tillman Chapel. It is the embodiment of a confluence of prophecies which speak to the necessity to activate a new level of consciousness for the benefit of humanity and the Earth.
Although their statement illuminates the nuclear crisis at Fukushima, the fundamental message is for humanity to spiritually awaken to protect and restore the sacred.
This is an invitation to step into service, to choose to join a collective body of humans that deeply cares about our planet.
Please read the indigenous elders statement here:
If you find resonance, consider signing, asking your own questions, and joining us with good minds and prayer for the healing of life on Earth.