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Vrede en Broederschap

De Pijp als symbool van Vrede en Broederschap

In 2019 kregen wij de vraag of wij als inheemse AllifURU volk een bijzondere inheemse Broeder Tom Porter uit Amerika willen ontvangen en samen onze verhalen willen delen.

Natuurlijk willen wij dat. En op 9 juni 2019 ontvingen wij Tom Porter met een bijzondere Bunga Adat en Sirih Pinang ceremonie. Tom Porter is een Mohawk en zijn nama adat is Sakokwenionkwas” the One Who Wins”, degene die wint.

Tom Porter was in elk geval erg onder de indruk van de ontvangst. Toen een ander groep natives in Amerika het hoorden boden ze ons een traditioneel gemaakte pijp aan als teken van Vrede en Broederschap.

Omdat het een speciaal gemaakte pijp was, moet het ook op een heel bijzondere en gepaste manier aan ons worden overhandigd. Zie foto’s

Hieronder vinden jullie het verhaal over de Pijp.

De benodigdheden voor de ontvangst-ceremonie

Wangom Wami Pasuk,Welcome every one. The Pipes you received were made from a common source. a 400 year old Black Walnut Tree that grew in the orchard of our people of olden times and still grows today.They may also have received a Condolence Pipe with a sumac stem and a piece of the walnut tree.The Sumac representing the condolence beads given of ancient times. We accept and follow the purpose of the Two Row Wampum Treaty,These Pipes were gifted during its 2013 enactment [initiated by the Onondaga] and the Dakota Unity Riders. In this group are indigenous and non indigenous people from all over Mother Earth, formed to enable us through the power of the Pipe to promote peace, harmony, compassion and understanding throughout the world we all share in common . As We travel the River of Life side by side, as equals not interfering with each other, respecting the free will of each, and to remember we are one. We each accept the responsibilities of pipe carrier knowing the hope of unity is in the rising smoke carrying our prayers to Creator. Wangom Wami Pasuk, Welcome every one, Webe Werrego re mutche youh ca keeuk quach wauh twawan noweth quik woh unog, It is good to be here today and know anything is possible. We all of us share M’tourin the sacred force that permeates all things, the spirit that moves in and through all things. We all of us embrace The Great Law of Peace, The Giver of life does not intend us to abuse one another and the world we share in common. We have the Two Row Treaty and agreement that, as we travel the River of Life, we do not interfere with each other. We respect each other. Now the time has come that we build a shared vessel, still maintaining our individual sovereignty. We all of us share a common destiny as we travel this great river of life. Only we all of us- Wami Pasuk- can turn the tide to co-create a future for the next 7 generations. In the prow of our shared vessel we all of us would place the Eagle whose sight and vision will steer us straight, warn us of obstacles, and carry our prayers to Creator. In the stern we all of us would place Owl, Night Eagle. This would enable us to hear and see each other plainly. Together all of us are like a bundle of arrows, unbreakable in our resolve and commitment to each other. We are here to show others, by our actions, how we walk our journey.

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