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"Prayer for the World Peace" Water Ceremony July 25 2011

This year, on July 25th, Dr. Emoto will hold the water ceremony to offer Love and Gratitude to water in Fukushima, Japan since it received a severe blow from the nuclear accident. He will pray for the peace on the planet Earth with people around the world, collecting people’s powerful consciousness.

We would like you to please participate in this meaningful prayer ceremony at your city. State and Country. Please pass around this information to your friends. Prayer and positive energy sent by as many people as possible will be able to surpass negative energy. We would like to ask you please join us through internet and offer your sincere prayers with us. If you are able to come to Japan and join us, you are most welcome to be with us.

We will keep you posted in conjunction with the detail of internet live broadcast and we look forward to doing this significant water ceremony with you on July 25th!!!

The detail of the ceremony is as below:

Date: July 25th, 2011 Time: 4:00AM – 6:00AM (Japan Time)
USA ... California PST 12:00 noon July 24th
USA ...New York EST 15:00 July 24th
London ... 20:00 July 24th
Paris ... 21:00 July 24th
Moscow ... 23:00 July 24th
Bangkok ... 2:00 July 25th
Beijing, Singapore, Taipei ... 3:00 July 25th
Seoul ... 4:00 July 25th
Sidney ... 5:00 July 25th

With love and gratitude,
Michiko Hayashi
Secretariat
EMOTO PEACE PROJECT

We would be most grateful if you can also please send us your support kind donation for this event organized by the Nonprofit Organization EMOTO PEACE PROJECT, we thank you with all our heart. Please know that even a small amount of donation would be truly helpful for us to implement this event for the peace on earth. We thank you very much in advance.

EMOTO PEACE PROJECT NPO NS Bldg. 2F 2-6-11 Higashi Nihonbashi
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0004, Japan Tel: +81-3-3863-0216 Fax: +81-3-3866-5353
E-mail: hayashi [at] hado [dot] com Website: http://www.masaru-emoto.net/

The place: Iwaki City, Fukushima, Japan Iwaki Misaki Park http://www.iwakicity-park.or.jp/misaki/

Event includes:

  • Agnithotra fire ceremony conducted by Mr. Reiner. This ceremony has been offered for over 20 years in order to reduce the effect of radiation at Chernobyl
  • Accessing free energy of the universe
  • Silent Prayer for; disaster victim’s peace in heaven Dr. Jose Arguelles’ peace in heaven Dr. Jose Arguelles is the person who taught me about Mayan calendar. It is truly regrettable that he passed away on March 23rd this year. We would like to offer our prayer for his peace in heaven.
  • Opening remarks by Dr. Masaru Emoto, Chairman of Emoto Peace Project, nonprofit organization
  • Ceremony of Offering Love and Gratitude to Water lead by Dr. Masaru Emoto Chant “The Grand Invocation” with everyone. We will chant it three times.
  • Introducing messages of encouragement from people around the world to Fukushima residents
  • Japanese Taiko Drum Performance by Kei Nishino (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17vnL4pwvXk)
  • Dance and folk song performance by local people
  • Song of Joy by all participants This event will be live broadcasted to the world via internet TV. 4:00 am onMonday Japan time would be 8:00 pm on Sunday

Foot note:
The Ceremony of Sending Love and Gratitude to Water will be held in Fukushima on July 25 this year. Many of you might know that Mayan calendar has 13 months in a year. 28 days makes one month, so 365 divided by 28 days equal 13 months plus 1 day. This last day is designated as New Year’s Eve, and is called the Day Out of Time. On this special day, people in olden time woke up with sunrise, offered their gratitude to nature, prayed for good harvest, and prayed for the well being of their family and tribal people. Mayan New Year starts on July 26 in our modern day calendar. Therefore, New Year’s Eve which is July 25 was the day for prayer and celebration

 

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