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Medicine Wheel Ceremony

by SteveGargini / April 22, 2004 3:04 PM PDT
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April 19, 2004
Medicine Wheel Ceremony
Press Release - Massive Medicine Wheel Ceremony set for May 8, 2004 - Involves All of the USA West -
While dwelling amid the high mountains along the North American Continental Divide, Bennie LeBeau of the Eastern Shoshone tribe began to experience a torrent of dreams and visions, especially in 1999. The visions directed him to set in motion the plans for a massive Medicine Wheel Ceremony.
Over the last year Bennie LeBeau has become aware of many profoundly distressing changes in the land and the animals at Yellowstone National Park. These changes are becoming even more ominous right now, he says, and they have prodded him into direct action to bring his vision alive.
The huge Medicine Wheel Ceremony that Bennie envisions is intended to be a mass spiritual event involving people of all colors and spiritual traditions. The ceremony is set to take place at High Noon on Saturday, May 8, 2004 at more than 20 sacred sites in the American West, and at many other sacred sites elsewhere around the world, including Australia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and the Middle East.
The Grand Teton peaks in Wyoming -- The Four Grandmothers Standing Tall -- will serve as the center of this Medicine Wheel. The perimeter will extend out in a hoop 600 miles or more in radius, enveloping the long spine of the Rocky Mountains. Simultaneous prayer ceremonies at other sacred sites around world will help to re-activate and re-attune the web of subtle energy pathways that wrap around planet earth.
"All nations, all peoples are invited to participate," Bennie says, adding, "all nations, all peoples are needed to work together on this -- the black, white, yellow, and red nations of Mother Earth."
A Medicine Wheel is an ancient spiritual tool with a history of widespread use all over Turtle Island (North America). Stones are set to mark the Four Directions of North, South, East and West, and also of other major points. In this manner, if done with knowledge and respect, a sacred space is defined. Within that space, the people can direct thoughts, feelings and actions toward a unified idea. The Medicine Wheel also helps people to be grounded physically, to properly orient to the Four Directions, and thus to have a clear sense of where they are. That foundation of stability gives a reliable base for high spiritual work.
"The Earth is drastically out of balance now," Bennie LeBeau says. "This Medicine Wheel ceremony will strive to re-set the basic tone -- or vibrational pattern -- of the West, and by extension help to re-attune the whole of the earth."
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Re:Medicine Wheel Ceremony
by Mary Kay / April 22, 2004 10:43 PM PDT

I love the plan & if he can get all nations to work together as in his vision well.... WHAT A MIRACLE. I hope for success.

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My thoughts exactly Mary
by SteveGargini / April 23, 2004 3:22 AM PDT

It will take a miracle to change things from hatred to love and understanding, and I agree, if something like this will raise peoples' spiritual awareness worldwide then it is worth every prayer.

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I hope it works. We could use it! -nt
by Dan McC / April 23, 2004 1:24 AM PDT

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Thanks Dan - we certainly do (NT)
by SteveGargini / April 23, 2004 3:24 AM PDT

NT

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