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Big Sur Long Dance for Peace

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.23.15

By Sister Rosemarie

Long Dance for Peace… Pilgrimage to Cahuilla Birthing Cave

The annual Long Dance includes 150 women and 30 men who do ceremony all night building a Native American village with Mother, Maiden, Grandmother, Drum, Wellness Lodges as well as sweat lodge. Each person dances for her own private intention as well as for the International Peace Day around an all night, huge fire. I sent these videos of messages as well as the Afghan Peace children’s video on launching their “Enough!” campaign.

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