In the fall of 2004, we gathered from all over the world, thirteen indigenous Grandmothers from Alaska, North, South, and Central America; Africa; and Asia. We came together at the Tibet House Menla Mountain Retreat center in upstate New York. Within three days we formed a Global Alliance for the good of all beings
I would like to invite all women to come together in this group and SHARE their wisdom which they receive from their Ancestors! Let us exchange the SACRED TEACHINGS of our Mothers and Grandmothers and Great Gandmothers and UNITE in Sacred Ceremony from Time to Time. But let us be careful not to mix all teachings up!
Each continent, each country, each race has its very special traditions, prayers and gifts. Let us HONOR THEM!
May the GODDESS Bless this group and ALL who join and add to it,
Sonja Myriel Aouine
Latest Activity: Jan 27
“My hope is that that this new era that is beginning to open, be an era of understanding for fundamental questions of health. That this period be an era of love and friendship between humans and among all peoples.” Grandmother Bernadette Rebienot, Plants and their Powers
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers was set in motion by a common vision, a prophecy seeded decades ago in many people around the world. One of these seeds was planted in Jyoti, and in Ann Rosencranz, of the Center for Sacred Studies. In this vision, the Divine Mother appeared and offered Jyoti a basket with five precious jewels. As she handed it to Jyoti she said, "Take my basket, tend to these precious jewels, do not mix them and do not change them, each jewel represents a line of prayer that goes back to original times. Carry them through the doorway of the new millennium and hand it back to me, for there is something we are going to do.” “
When they first convened in 2004, The Grandmothers recognized that vision and accepted the basket, establishing a global alliance. Now they are marching for world peace, for there is something She is going to do. At the time of the original vision, Jyoti recognized one of these jewels to be Iboga. When we hold a Council Gathering in Gabon, we will come full circle to honor Bernadette Rebienot and the Gabonese people for the great work of preserving and sustaining indigenous ways of life that go back to the original times.
Let us step into their footsteps and STAND UP for PEACE and ANNOUNCE our Wisdom and LOVE for the PLANET!
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers was set in motion by a common vision, a prophecy seeded decades ago in many people around the world. One of these seeds was planted in…Continue