History

Indigenous peoples all over the world are starting to heal from the deepest essential and millennial wounds of humanity created by colonization and lack of reconciliation. Arising from inspiration from Indigenous peoples, we propose to unite all peoples, all communities, and all nations in a series of World Wide Global Ceremonies: Ceremonies to heal massacre, heal holocaust, heal racism, heal the deepest, most heartfelt, soul wrenching wounds of humanity throughout time.   

We need to bring our wounds out of denial and work together to heal them hand in hand, heart to heart, invoking the sacred to be with us as we walk down this deeply compassionate reverential road together.

 

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History of Big Foot’s Journey to Wounded Knee

Background: Multi-Lineal, Multi-Generational Wounding

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  1. Since I heard the song “We all wounded at wounded knee” from Redbone 1973, I recognize a very deep connection to this sad .. (can’t find the right word). Living in a house from 1890, that also reminds me to Wounded Knee, I’m always aware that the war goes on and on. I’m still searching for my face in one of the many photos of this time. I hope, I don’t find one where I wear a uniforn. I pray for the insigth of all people to stop war, because it hearts us al, always. Never forget, we all wounded at wounded knee.

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