Waters of the World

29 August 2019, 12:53 PM

The Waters of the World Ceremony, led by Indigenous peacebuilders, brings waters that come from over 150 sacred water sources in 65 countries on all seven continents and from the Seven Seas. These waters have been mixed and added to in ceremonies of the United Nations, the United Religions Initiative, the Parliament of the World’s Religions, and the Goldin Institute for International Partnership and Peace. They are mingled as a blessing for all beings of the Earth, in the hope that we may live in peace.

This ceremony opened the second day of gatherings at URI's Accelerate Peace conference.


 

Led By:

Don Frew Don Frew

 National Interfaith Representative of the Covenant of the Goddess

 URI Trustee

 

Phil Lane Phil Lane Jr.

 Hereditary Chief, Ihanktonwan Dakota and Chickasaw First Nations

 URI Trustee

 

Sofia Sofia Painiqueo

 Mapuche Indigenous Leader and URI Trustee

 Founder of the Aflailai Foundation, a URI Cooperation Circle

 

Vilma Vilma Rosaura Palax Tuy

 Founder and Vice-President of Descendientes de Guatemaya, a URI Cooperation Circle

 

 

Audri Scott Williams Audri Scott Williams

 Trail of Dreams Peacewalkers, a URI Cooperation Circle

 URI Trustee

Waters of the World

Waters of the World

Sofia Painiqueo

Sofia Painiqueo

Vilma Palax Tuy

Vilma Palax Tuy

Don Frew and Vilma Palax Tuy

Don Frew and Vilma Palax Tuy

Chief Phil Lane and representatives of Idle No More

Chief Phil Lane and representatives of Idle No More SF Bay Area