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Peace Celebration in Jerusalem, Sept. 26

September 19, 2010

My heavens, stay tuned for Sept. 26.  These occasions are what we make of them. Let’s make something of this one.

Dome of the Rock


At the break of dawn on Sunday, September 26th, 2010, a bold statement of peace will resonate from the holy city of Jerusalem as Rabbis from all sects along with Muslim Sheiks, Christian leaders and representatives from religious groups worldwide will unite in a global prayer for peace.

The leaders will offer a living example that religious tensions can be replaced with mutual respect and tolerance and will affirm the basic human truth that we all wish to live in peaceful and safe world.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

As Jewish Rabbis pray at the sacred site of King David’s wall, Muslim Sheiks will assemble at the Dome of the Rock and Christian Bishops will join at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher to share a prayer for peace.

This unprecedented moment of religious solidarity will also be joined by thousands of people in hundreds of locations in over 60 countries around the world in alignment with the Earthdance International peace initiative. People from all walks of life and spiritual practices will join in a synchronized prayer for peace, creating a powerful force for change.

King David's Wall

This historic moment will be broadcast live from Jerusalem on the internet along with peace messages from internationally recognized peace leaders, religious and spiritual leaders, musicians, artists and new thought luminaries. Spiritual leaders wi

ll present tools for compassionate communication and conflict resolution based their holy books.

Join us!

One Comment leave one →
  1. September 20, 2010 8:08 am

    What a welcome revelation! This surely will “tip the balance” in favour of Peace for our world. This is the most exciting I’ve heard in ages so thank you – thank you !!

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