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We are Turtle Women Rising, Rising for Peace.

We are a ceremonial drum collective founded and led by Indigenous women. We are committed to praying and playing well together for the return of peace and harmony to our Madre Tierra/ Earth Mother. All are welcome, all traditions, all nations.

Individually and collectively, we vision women stepping up as guardians of the elements, and of the Sacred Fire. We vision women returning to the drum, to listen to and strengthen the heartbeat of our Mother Earth with the vibrations of peace. We vision our elders, men and children supporting this important work with their presence, energy and prayers as we come together in community to build a resonating healing vibration into our lives.

Turtle Women Rising shares an alliance and purpose with the work of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Together, we call on people of all nations to join in reweaving the web, bringing the the remembrance of all our warriors and their ways. With the blessings of the Grandmothers, we activate an important part of the vision of one of our founders, Eli PaintedCrow (Retired, US Army): the honoring of our warriors and inviting them back into community. We embrace them and their families with open arms, providing a place to begin the healing process of calling their spirits back from the journey they have been on.

We invite your participation to take action with us during our gatherings and always, from your homes, amongst your families and your communities, to consciously connect the web of all life.

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  • Jan 10, 2010
  • English

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