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Sacred Run 2006 Support Networking Group

The Sacred Run is an interfaith prayer practice of many indigenous cultures of peace globally which has been developed by native American cultural leaders including Dennis Banks who has the commitment of support by the Most Venerable Nichidatsu Fujii (1885-1985) whose followers are supporting and participating in the Sacred Run 2006 as an interfaith peace prayer pilgrimage ceremony genre event.

The Sacred Run propagates the teaching and practice of the Sacred Circle of Hands Ceremony and its indigenous spiritual unity practice common to all indigenous cultures, per the Sacred Circle (Hoop) of Life, All Our Relations.

The 2006 Sacred Run will cover the cross country distance from California to Washington DC from February 11 to April 22, 2006, by walking ten miles per day and relay running the balance of the 3,000+ miles in 73days, per http://www.nowacumig.org (Sept.2005)

The 2001-2010 United Nations International Decade of Creating a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of The World was inspired by the 1995-2004 International Decade of The World's Indigenous Peoples which resulted from the first time in history global indigenous leaders addressing the UN General Assembly, on December 10, 1992, fulfilling Hopi Prophecy regarding the "house of mica".

Join His Holiness Dalai Lama and over 75 million other
signatories of Manifesto 2000 for a Global Culture of Peace


The Hopi Declaration of Peace discusses"

"carefully chosen words"


Thomas Banycacya inaugurated the January 1990 UC Santa Barbara Rainbow Uprising Campaign with Haudenosaunee Tree of Peace Society Mohawk Chief Jake Swamp, local Chumash people, the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Monks of
that order founded by Fujii Gurji, et al, see articles:



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