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The Imagine Peace Flame : “one eternal fire to unite the world”
The Imagine Peace Flame
The Imagine Peace Flame will light the world

The Sacred Fire of the “Imagine Peace Flame” is created by combining sources of fires from the 4 directions (North, South, East and West), with the oldest sources of the flames coming from an eternal coal fire 6,000 years old, known as the “tears of a woman sent down by sky God” and another coming from a volcanic fire at least 300,000 years old, known as Pele the Goddess of Fire. This is the flame that will be used to unite humanity in peace.

The “Imagine Peace Flame” is older than the Pyramids of Giza, older than Stonehenge, to before the invention of writing,  to before the invention of the wheel, to the before civilizations developing in the Mesopotamia/Fertile crescent region (around the location of modern day Iraq) and older than the civilization of China. Imagine!!!

The “Imagine Peace Flame”  signifies the hopes and dreams of the citizens of Imagine Nation for the unification of the 4 directions, for peace, for the protection of Mother Earth, to remind us that we are all brothers and sisters in the human family, for the next 7 generations.

It is the dream of visionaries from Our Mother Earth Constitution to bring in a new Era at the End of the Mayan calender Dec. 21, 2012 of understanding, peace, love and truth.

Let’s begin civilization again to build a more compassionate society of brotherhood/sisterhood of humanity. Let us have no more physical borders of fear, and no more internal barriers for peace!

 The main idea come from friend. Artist David Kam was chatting online with a friend, brainstorming about how to unite the world, when the flame for her candle went out. Her flame is from the 1999 World Peace Flame. Then the brilliant idea came from her. Maybe the Creator blew out her candle to give her a sign. This happened on the day of the alignment of the 3 planets to the pyramids of Giza. It shows that we are all co-creators in life and how wonderful things can happen if we all work together with our hearts and in good spirit.

 

Where to combine the flames?

Jerusalem Temple Mount
Temple Mount – It is said to be the place where it was from here the world expanded into its present form and where God gathered the dust used to create the first man, Adam

Artist David Kam originally wanted to combine the flames on top of a pyramid.

However a new and unusual vision came to him to try to combine the flames from the 4 directions in one of the world’s most conflicted areas, which is the TEMPLE MOUNT IN JERUSALEM

It is said, “from that location the word of God will come out to all nations, and that is the site where all prayers are focused.”

The Temple Mount, known in Hebrew (and in Judaism) as Har haBáyit (Hebrew: הַר הַבַּיִת‎) and in Arabic (and in Islam) as the Haram Ash-Sharif (Arabic: الحرم القدسي الشريف‎, al-haram al-qudsī ash-sharīfNoble Sanctuary), is one of the most important religious sites in the Old City of Jerusalem. It has been used as a religious site for thousands of years. At least four religions are known to have used the Temple Mount:Judaism, Christianity, Roman religion, and Islam.

Judaism regards the Temple Mount as the place where God chose the Divine Presence to rest (Isa 8:18); according to the rabbinic sages whose debates produced the Talmud, it was from here the world expanded into its present form and where God gathered the dust used to create the first man, Adam.

The site is the location of Abraham’s binding of Isaac, and of two Jewish Temples. According to the Bible the site should function as the center of all national life—a governmental, judicial and, of course, religious center (Deut 12:5-26; 14:23-25; 15:20; 16:2-16; 17:8-10; 26: 2; 31: 11; Isa 2: 2-5; Oba 1:21; Psa 48).

“From this holy place sprang the seed of Adam and from this place we plan to combine the flames from the 4 directions to plant the seed to start the torch relay to bring world peace. A new covenant will be made with the nations of the world and that covenant will be written in the everlasting sacred fire from Our Creator, which will represent EVERLASTING LOVE”, says visionary Artist David Kam

 

Mission

Connect Nations: We intend to bring the Imagine Peace Flame to each of the 400 Indigenous nations around the world to unite them “For the Next 7 Generations“. The fire will represent our brother Sun radiating from the heavens that we all share, as well as the inner Sun in our hearts that is called Love. The Imagine Peace Flame will unite all the 400 Indigenous nations worldwide by igniting the fire in our hearts. It will also be used to connect nation states.

Connect Communities: Not only will it unite all the Indigenous Nations, but it will bring back their culture, language, traditions and ceremonies to each Indigenous nation. This is done by inviting each tribe member to carry a flame from their nations to their homes, and communities, so that whenever they think of the flame, it will remind them of their own culture and connection to each other.

Connect Individual People: The Imagine Peace Flame will also be presented to non-native governments, organizations and people around the world, so we can unite the 4 colors of mankind. We hope to install thousands of Imagine Peace Flames in homes, schools, workplaces, hospitals and places of worship around the world.

 

 

History

Southern Source:

1. International Flame of Peace in Chimayó, New Mexico

El Santuario de Chimayo, Home of the International Peace Flame
El Santuario de Chimayo, Home of the International Peace Flame, The following is written below the International Flame of Peace:”The Flame on this candle circled the globe
before finding a permanent home

in New Mexico at  El Santuario de Chimayo.
It originated with the torch that was carried around the world

in the first Earth Run, marking 1986 as the UNs International Year of Peace.
The same flame has been used in the Prayer Pilgrimage
for Peace every year since the 5th annual pilgrimage on Saturday May 2, 1987.
{The Year of the Harmonic Convergence}.
It is carried by Prayer Runners who also bear a packet

of the sacred soil from the Santuario
to the birthplace of nuclear weapons
at Los Alamos, New Mexico.There at Ashley Pond park
{where the Mission has been, and done ceremony as well},
the flame and the soil are used in a Native American Blessing
conducted in the spirit of healing and reconciliation.And there we pray for peace.
May we keep the flame alive within our hearts.
It represents the good fire of God’s Love
which the people of God are called to share with one another
and with all creatures on planet Earth.

The southern source of the Imagine Peace Flame comes from the International Flame of Peace in Chimayó.

“The flame that kindled the sacred fire of the International Flame of Peace was originally ignited in 1986 just outside the United Nations building by Chief Shenandoah of the Iroquois Nation. Chief Leon Shenandoah is High Chief of the 50 Peace Chiefs of the Haudenosaunee confederacy.

He rubbed two sticks together to create a spark, then lit a torch for peace in the International Year of Peace. That morning, in the gleaming sunlight of a beautiful sunrise, the UN building shone like the envisioned “Great Hall of Mica” spoken of in Hopi prophecy for over a thousand years. A message was to be delivered at an amazing shining place at the time of the “Great Turning” in hopes of ushering in a millennium of peace in the world. The Hopi knew the times described in the prophecy had come.

“Through extraordinary cooperation, the peace torch traveled from the Great hall of Mica around the world through sixty-two countries in eighty-six days. During the fames miraculous journey, it was borne by thousands of runners and witnessed by millions of people, including many world leaders … When the torch returned to the United Nations, there were many incredible stories about the powerful alchemical nature of the fire. Afterward, the flame was brought to the altar of the holy Santurario de Chimayo in New Mexico where it has since been kept burning, except for when it traveled to the hallowed land of the Iroquois in 2004.

“Surrounded by golden woods and in the cool, still, evening air of mid-October, 2004, the flame initiated an unprecedented and historic gathering of thirteen indigenous Grandmothers from around the world, keepers of their tribes’ teachings from original times. The Grandmothers had come to fulfill another ancient prophecy, known by many of the world’s indigenous tribes: “When the Grandmothers from the four directions, speak, anew time is coming…”

In 1810, a Chimayó priest was performing penances when he noticed a flaming light on a nearby hillside. Curious, he went there and upon digging in the ground, found a crucifix. It was named the miraculous crucifix of Our Lord of Esquipulas because of its amazing habit of always disappearing from the Santa Cruz church where the local friars kept sending it. It would then be found buried in the hillside in Chimayó.

It became obvious that the Crucifix wanted to remain right where it was, so a small chapel was built to house it. Soon, miraculous healings began on the chapel’s grounds, and the chapel was so much visited that it was replaced with the Chimayó Shrine – an adobe mission – in 1816. The El Santuario de Chimayó shrine has become legendary for the sacred dirt upon which it resides. It is believed that the land upon which the shrine is built is holy, and it has amazing curative powers. Pilgrims travel from all around New Mexico during Holy Week to dig in El Posito, the “sacred sand pit” and take a bit of it back with them. People take the pilgrimage seriously, and will walk a few yards to 100 miles to visit El Santuario. The walls are hung with crutches and before-and-after photos of people who have been cured of illness and hardships.

Here, next to the altar, is “The Flame of Peace” – a lit candle on top of a decorative stand – which was carried around the world in 1986 as part of the First Earth Run, marking the United Nations’ International Year of Peace. Each year since then on May 2nd, runners carry the flame from the Sanctuario to “the birthplace of nuclear weapons, Los Alamos.” A gathering of witnesses participates in a ceremony of healing and reconciliation, and “prays for peace.”

The same flame from Chimayó was used by Grandmother Flordemayo (Mayan – Highlands of Central America/ New Mexico) in 2004 to initiate an important grandmothers gathering to create the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers.

 

 

 

Eastern Source (proposed sources, but not confirmed yet):

6000 Year Old Fire
 6,000 Year Old Fire in Mount Wingen –
aboriginals call it the tears of a woman brought down by sky God

1. Burning Mountain, Australia

The eastern source of the Imagine Peace Flame comes from Mount Wingen in Australia and a fire 6,000 years old.

The 6,000 year old fire is taken from Mount Wingen, known as Burning Mountain because underneath the soil is the world’s oldest burning coal fire. Mount Wingen, known also by its more fitting name, Burning Mountain, is a hill in Australia.

It is located in Wingen, New South Wales. The reason it is called Burning Mountain is the presence of a burning coal seam beneath the ground. The coal is believed to have been burning for more than 6,000 years in the sandstone.

How perfect can it be?. The aboriginals call the 6,000 year old coal fire, “the tears of a woman brought down by sky God“. Imagine, it is the tears of a woman that can unite the world in peace!!!

 

 

 Mount Kilauea

2. Mount Kilauea
The mountain is about 300,000 to 600,000 years old.

Ki-lauea is the youngest and southeastern most volcano on the Big Island of Hawai`i. Topographically Ki-lauea appears as only a bulge on the southeastern flank of Mauna Loa, and so for many years Ki-lauea was thought to be a mere satellite of its giant neighbor, not a separate volcano. However, research over the past few decades shows clearly that Ki-lauea has its own magma-plumbing system, extending to the surface from more than 60 km deep in the earth.

Hawaiians call it the home of Pele, the Goddess of fire!

 

 

 

 

Northern Source:

Map of Greenland
The Imagine Peace Flame will light the world

The Northern source of the flame will from from the Inuit people of Greenland.

An Inuit elder has agreed to generously provide the flame from the Northern direction to be combined with the flame.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Western Source (not confirmed yet):

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