‘One Prayer’ with Chief Arvol Looking Horse
a film by Suzan Pelfrey and Melinda Farrelly
Produced by Stone Tree Productions, Ojai, CA
World Peace and Prayer Day / Honoring Sacred Sites Day “All Nations, All Faiths, One Prayer”
Following the birth of a White Buffalo Calf in 1994, the 19th Generation Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe of the Lakota, Dakota & Nakota Nations— Chief Arvol Looking Horse, was directed to honor the Four Directions with ceremony on Summer Solstice/June 21st.
According to Lakota prophecy, the birth of “Miracle,” a female white buffalo, signaled a time of Earth changes and the coming of The Mending of the Hoop of all Nations. The Summer Solstice is said to be a powerful time to pray for peace and harmony among all Living Beings.
Chief Looking Horse believes that this day of collective prayer will create an energy shift to heal the earth and achieve a universal consciousness toward obtaining peace. He believes that it is time all people understand Mother Earth is the Source of life, not a resource.
Since 1996 WPPD has been held at sacred sites across the US and around the world. WPPD continues to be a four-day event each year on June 21st. For more info visit World Peace And Prayer Day
Credit for the copy of this blog post goes to World Peace and Prayer Day
Image credit: Suzan Pelfrey and Melinda Farrelly from Stone Tree Productions, Ojai, CA