Honoring Indigenous Mothers
The Global Mother Divine Organization honors the revered mothers of every indigenous culture and recognizes their vital role in re-establishing individual and national life in accord with natural law.
The inherent nature of women is to give and to nourish. In this sense, every woman can be called a “mother”. The revered indigenous “mothers” of every culture have from time immemorial guided and nourished their people on the basis of parental love. They are the custodians of the ancient ways of life that uphold all life in harmony with nature. They have protected and preserved their precious cultural traditions, especially their mother tongues, which maintain the connection of their people with the supreme intelligence and evolutionary organizing power of nature.
Global Alliance of the Revered Indigenous Mothers
The Global Mother Divine Organization is creating a Global Alliance of the Revered Indigenous Mothers in order to protect and enliven these ancient ways of life. This Global Alliance upholds, nourishes, and supports all cherished indigenous cultures, and their revered mothers and grandmothers.
The strength, prosperity, and happiness of every nation depends on the strength, prosperity, and happiness of its indigenous people. By joining together and awakening their ancient cultural heritage the revered indigenous mothers of the world can bring health, wealth, and fulfillment not only to their own people, but to the people of every nation and to the whole world.
Restoring Balance: The Indigenous Grandmothers’ Call to the Women of the World
As mothers of the world, in our mutual concern for life on earth, we are addressing the specific challenges facing indigenous communities through a collaborative effort with The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and many other revered indigenous mothers from around the world.
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers represents a global alliance of prayer, education, and healing for our Mother Earth, all her inhabitants, all the children, for the next seven generations.
The Global Mother Divine Organization held a conference to honor the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and many other revered mothers from around the world in October, 2010 in Fairfield, Iowa, USA.