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Quetzalcoatl Prayer for Peace Walk, Mexico City, Mexico

Led by Indigenous Spiritual Leaders, thousands walked in silence through the streets of Mexico City to the Plaza in front of the Presidential Palace. Throughout the walk only conch shells, ayoyotes (shells on ankles) and church bells could be heard. Then all the thousands of marchers coiled around the Flag of Mexico at the center of the Presidential Palace Plaza like a serpent and raised the Earth to Heaven Quetzalcoatl prayer for peace. The marchers and their supporters across Mexico are committed to establishing a " New Spiritual and Cultural Beginning" in Mexico.

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Comment by Linda Covey on September 9, 2012 at 8:01am

This is wonderful, thanks for providing the sharing... goes to show how the spirit of peace is blowing around the world, despite all the turmoil. Peace will, in the end, prevail.

Comment by Firewoman on September 9, 2012 at 7:47am

My heart and soul take a deep breath and feel the spiritual energy being sent out around our universe. Our universe is made up of vibrations...we are receivers that just need to tune into the right frequency being playing in the stillness....on the I learn to slow down I begin to hear our ancestors guidance and love. Wado Dekshi Phil...I am inspired in spirit...

Comment by amy rigg on September 6, 2012 at 4:58am



that totally gives me chills

great honor to all y'all doing that, thank you.  i love you

Comment by Bernhard Holtrop on October 27, 2011 at 10:47am
Wow Phil... This is it.
Comment by Linda Covey on October 22, 2011 at 6:36pm
Precious pictures. Reminds me of my visit to Mexico City in 1970.. will treasure this pictures and the need for peace they bring. My husband and I had declared in Feb of 1070, and together with our dearest long time friends who had taught us the Faith, we journeyed to all parts of Mexico and the Yucatan in a home-made RV. It was the adventure of a lifetime and forever imprinted Mexico and its people in my memory. Some years later, I read the "Lord of the Dawn" about Quetzalcoati written by Tony Shearer--most likely all of you have also read this most wonderful book--if not, it's a must-read, and you can get it at Naturegraph Publishing.  :-)
Comment by Joshua Cutler on October 22, 2011 at 1:00pm
Wonderful that they were so peaceful and silent themselves...and then ended it with a prayer.
Comment by Linda Karmand on October 22, 2011 at 12:49pm
thank you so much to witness these loving souls,that we all are ,Linda
Comment by Dreama Blankenbeckler on October 21, 2011 at 9:24pm
Very moving and inspiring! Thank you for these wonderful thoughts and images. Much appreciated.
Comment by Lynn Guy on October 21, 2011 at 7:32pm
isn't it wonderful what good folk are doing .. gathering together in peaceful loving ways to let government leaders know that we the people are not going to be treated badly any more, that we reclaim our personal authority and integrity and no longer accept their lies and manipulation ... blessings to all these wonderful courageous folk everywhere xoxo
Comment by Greg Jackson on October 21, 2011 at 6:59pm
I think that this event has significant meaning because of who Quetzalcoatl was and is. Mexico, like so many other places in the world today does need a spiritual awakening of a different magnitude.  Beautiful imagery. Thanks Uncle Phil.

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