A catholic holy mother says, Manataka is "predestined

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Holy Mother Marie Paul says Manataka is "predestined in divine and Marian designs"...

By Lee Standing Bear Moore and Takatoka

 

Over the past twenty years, we received several unsolicited communications from nuns of catholic orders and members of many faiths  who believe Manataka is a sacred site.  We are always thankful to receive messages of support.

 

But in 2010, word came to us of a very special highly revered French holy mother in Canada had a wondrous dream about Manataka.

 

In 2011, that dream and curiosity about Manataka, prompted Father Bruno Ruel, a chaplain at the Sisters of Charity and Refuge located at St. Michael's church in Hot Springs, Arkansas and Father Stephane Gamache from the parish of Sainte-Germaine-du-Lac-Etchemin near Quebec City, Canada called the The Community of the Lady of All Peoples to arrange meetings in the home of Lee Standing Bear Moore to discuss theological issues dealing with the treasures of their faith and connections to Manataka.   After a subsequent meeting, Father Stephane Gamache wrote a letter to Mother Paul Marie about his meetings with Grandfather Bear.   

 

The inner-church letter below was written by Sister Frances Bergeron on behalf of Mother Paul-Marie to Father Stephane Gamache in response to his report delivered by Father Victor at Lac-Etchemin after his visit to Manataka and his return to Canada.

 Declaration of Excommunication from the Vatican dated July 11, 2007. - See more at: http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2015/04/a-closer-look-at-marie-paule-giguere.html#sthash.lQrmFbrE.dpuf

 

 

We should have corrected our new friends letter above.  The meeting was not with the "Chief of the Indian Council of America"  Lee Standing Bear Moore is not a chief and the organization is Manataka American Indian Council. 

 

July 15, 2011

Hello Mother Paul-Marie, 

One year has past since our first contact when Father Bruno Ruel and Father Stephane Gamache came to visit us on your behalf. 

 The time has arrived to respond to your beautiful message about the “Place of Peace” sent to Fr. Stephane on July 8, 2011 and shared with us by Fr. Bruno.  It is not our normal custom to wait so long to respond to important communications.  After the time of his visit, Fr. Bruno invited us respond to your message, however, out of love and respect, it is the custom of our ancestors to allow clarity and understanding to exist in our minds and hearts before making a commitment to ideas and  lessons.  As Grandpa always said, “Chew on a piece of bread a long time before opening your mouth to speak.” 

 It may have been obvious to you and others of the church that we were surprised by your message.  It was not the first time we received a message stating that Manataka (Unbroken Circle – Place of Peace) is “predestined in divine” ways.  Manataka is considered a sacred site by millions of people.  We have communications from the NIM E -Mayan Spiritual Council in Guatemala; Twenty-one (21) spiritual elders of the Confederation de Consejos de Ancianos, Orginarios de Abya Yala (Confederation of the Elders Council – Original People of South American) who represent all twelve (12) countries in South America; Otomi Toltec Teotihuacan in Mexico; and dozens of spiritual elders of North American indigenous tribes.  

 Manataka is a sacred site where the presence of God was witnessed many times over the course of thousands of years.  Stories of miracles, great lessons of life, and workings of the Holy Spirit at Manataka all came to shape the course of indigenous lives across North, Central and South America.  The light of the holy mountain still resides here.   

We were surprised because it was the first time in our history a Christian church recognized Manataka as a sacred site.  Your message was the first indication ever received that non-indigenous people accepted the Holy Mother of the Mountain, Lady of the Rainbow as the same “Lady of all Peoples”.  The Rainbow Woman is our guide to wisdom and awakened consciousness.  The great feminine energy of our Holy Mother gave us the Secrets of Life and created the laws of peace.  Therefore, you honored the Mother by recognizing our faith in her. 

You graciously and correctly called the crystal we gifted “...the symbol of a providential and divine link that connects the Lady of all Peoples – the Lady of the Rainbow...”    

During the time of the visit by your ambassadors, we learned of your dream about the Place of Peace, also experienced by three other Sisters of your church.  This is the dream we heard:  “A Light will be born at the Place of Peace that will grow and spread to many lands.”    

Father Bruno and Father Stephane later said they did not tell Bear of your dream during our meeting.  This is impossible we thought.  Of course they told Bear about your dream!  How else would Bear have known it?  Your dream was the reason we immediately stood up and picked up the Crystal from the window sill and handed it to Fr. Stephane to give to you.  The priests must have told Bear about your dream.   There is no other way we could have heard it.  Yet, they both said on the telephone neither of them told Bear about your dream. Because of the dream, we instantly had a knowing that you and others of your following would keep this crystal sacred artifact in a good way and use it when the Creator of All Things so moved.  Your dream was the reason for the gift.   

We have come to understand that both priests were telling the truth that neither priest told Bear about your dream during the meeting.  It was only later that we understood it must have been your spirit who told Bear through their presence.   

It is now time to tell you the Crystal of Manataka is not only a symbol representing abstract and sacred meanings.  The artifact holds the key to opening a portal of high energy and frequencies, sacred sounds, partly necessary to giving birth to a light that will grow and spread to many lands.  The key, when used as a tool in conjunction with six other sacred crystals, placed in correct alignment and formation, will open the heavens of consciousness within humanity.  In the same way the Maya used crystals to read the time of no-time and the movements of the stars and light using sacred math, the Crystal of Manataka will help bring understanding and awareness.   

If Lee Standing Bear Moore’s life on earth has served no other purpose than passing the Manataka Crystal to you, this life has been a tremendous blessing. 

By the grace of God and through the power of the Holy Spirit, you and your people now hold a key to giving birth to a light at the Place of Peace. 

Some weeks after receiving a translated copy of your written message, Bear stood outside our home and prayed.  We gazed into the heavens though the moonlit tree tops and we felt a presence come to our side and felt a powerful spirit whisper to us.  No words were heard, but our troubled mind and heart were soothed by a gentle womanly presence.  This was the second time we felt your spirit come to Bear.   

Weeks later we were led to sit by a sacred fire for seven days and seven nights.  Among several other guests, Father Bruno and two sisters from St. Mary’s attended one evening and he returned another night to sit the fire for several hours.  We were told by spirit not to conduct any formal ceremonies, but to be at rest and open to our heavenly Mother and Father.  It was during that week when a new path was given – a new direction for all of Manataka. 

The Moment

For thousands of years indigenous people of North, Central and South America made long pilgrimages to Manataka, the Place of Peace to perform sacred ceremonies, heal in the springs there.  Today, this most sacred of all American Indian sites is called Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. 

Because of the spiritual and physical healing properties of the area it was considered to be sacred and was honored as neutral ground among the tribes who journeyed there. Stories of Manataka tell not only of miraculous healing, but speak of visions and prophesies that revealed secrets of life and original instructions  from the Creator.    

In honor and this sacred history, a ceremony foretold in prophesies will be conducted by Elders of the Manataka American Indian Council and hundreds of clergy from many faiths. The event is intended to be a gathering of the rainbow of human spirituality. 

On October 20, 2012, pilgrims of all races, religions, tribes, and national origins will come together to hold hands, creating a circle of prayer around the entire 7-mile base of the sacred Manataka (Hot Springs) Mountain.   This Moment will be sanctified in time with the creation of a holy vibration, only by the grace of Creator of All Things and by the power of the Holy Spirit; to bring about a global emotional and spiritual connection between humans throughout the world who desire peace on Earth and to awaken the nurturing feminine spirit within all mankind.  A mass-consciousness will be born – a light will be born during the Moment.  

Long processions along forest trails leading to sacred places on the mountain, will gather for a sunrise ceremony.  Singing choirs from dozens of local churches will accompany people of many faiths as they journey upward on wooded paths.  Shofars, made from the horns of unblemished rams will sound from various locations around the mountain.  Church bells all over the city will ring continuously.  Sounds and rhythmic beats of deep drums from around the world will continue the vibration throughout the ceremony.  The famous World Peace Drum will be presented during the Moment.  

Spiritual Elders from the Congo, Samis from Norway, and Hindus from India have accepted invitations to participate.  Invitations are being prepared for hundreds of clergy of  including Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Maya, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, Wicca, Zoroastrianism, and Druidism.  

The Manataka American Indian Council and many local churches, temples and synagogues recently formed a committee to conduct the MOMENT.  We humbly ask your permission and the cooperation of church officials for the participation of your church in ceremonies and help to plan the MOMENT.  All members, priests and nuns of your order are invited to come hold hands in the sacred circle.   

Thank you for your vision.  Thank you for your presence.  Thank you for giving us inspiration and love. 

With Respect and Love,

Lee Standing Bear Moore

Manataka American Indian Council

 

 

 

 

August 1, 2012

Dear Mr. Lee Standing Bear Moore,

Since our last exchange, last year, the state of health of Mother Paul-Marie, our Foundress, has greatly deteriorated. At 90 years of age, after a life filled with all kinds of sufferings and constant work in the service of God's Work, she is no longer in a position to take cognizance of or reply to the mail addressed to her.

In fact, our Mother has been completely bedridden since October, and given her weakened and frail physical condition of recent months, we know that she could leave us very rapidly, even though only God knows the moment of the final end of her life on the cross. Until that time, He is sustaining her so that she might go to the very end of her painful mission for souls.

However, we want to thank you for the long letter you sent her, in which, among other things, you told her that Manataka is a sacred land and that the Lady of the Rainbow is active there, wishing to lead all men of good will to Wisdom.

We have passed on to those in charge of the Church of John your invitation to the important ceremony of prayer you are organizing on the sacred mountain of Hot Springs for next October 20. Even though they regret not being able to confirm that some of our members will be present there, they nevertheless want to assure you that they will be united with you in prayer, so that true peace may reign in hearts and so that "all peoples may be preserved from corruption, disaster and war." Furthermore, that is a prayer we say daily, and it is a means, given us by the Lady of All Peoples in her apparitions, to work towards true peace.

Despite her condition and even though we were unable to submit the contents of your letter to her, we did mention to Mother Paul-Marie that you had written to her. We thank you for the confidence and respect you have shown her. We believe that, when she will have gone to her eternal dwelling place, she will be even more present to us and will help men on earth, granting them graces, redemption and peace.

May the Lady of the Rainbow of Manataka sustain you always.

for Mother Paul-Marie

per: Sr. France Bergeron, Secretary

 

 

 

The Connections

The dreams of Mother Paul-Marie are as well documented as they are profound, beautiful, deeply loving and tragic.  In her volumes of autobiography entitled, "Life of Love", she describes dreams of revelation and high spiritual calling. 

 

The dream that prompted official meetings between the Manataka American Indian Council and her ambassadors was already known to us, on some obscure level, prior to the meetings.  It was the same dream we saw many years ago.  It is the same dream hundreds of people experience as they walk the sacred Manataka (Hot Springs) Mountain.

 

We realized the dream of this holy mother was unique because it was a divine universal message reserved for those who listen to Spirit.  When Lee Standing Bear Moore heard the dream again during the meeting, he immediately stood up, picked his personal crystal from the window sill and gifted it to the priests who brought the spirit of Mother Paul-Marie with them.    There was a connection!   That wonderful connection of understanding.

 

And that crystal is now “...the symbol of a providential and divine link that connects the Lady of all Peoples – the Lady of the Rainbow...”  wrote Mother Paul-Marie.  It is our hope the The Community of the Lady of All Peoples order in Canada will carry the crystal on a cross made from crystal at the front of all processionals and marches of the faith.

 

Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother Paul-Marie), Foundress of the Army of Mary (L'Armée de Marie), the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary & three other religious Associations - See more at: http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2015/04/marie-paule-giguere-mother-paul-marie.html#sthash.NKdsATOD.dpuf
Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother Paul-Marie), Foundress of the Army of Mary (L'Armée de Marie), the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary & three other religious Associations - See more at: http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2015/04/marie-paule-giguere-mother-paul-marie.html#sthash.NKdsATOD.dpuf

Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother Paul-Marie), Foundress of the Army of Mary (L'Armée de Marie), the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary & three other religious Associations The Community of the Lady of All Peoples believes the Rainbow Woman of Manataka is the Immaculate Holy Mother Mary.

Immaculate

 

The nuns, chaplains, and priests at St. Michaels church in Hot Springs believe the Rainbow Woman of Manataka is the Lady of All Peoples - the Holy Mother Mary.    This is the first and primary connection.  There are other connections that we continue to explore as the friendship between Manataka and the Sisters of Charity and Refuge continues to grow.

 

The Dream 

In the words of Lee Standing Bear Moore the dream begins , “A light will be born at the Place of Peace [Manataka] that will grow and spread to many lands...” 

 

While the dream is experienced by some people who come on pilgrimage to Manataka, it was interesting that a tiny French holy mother thousands of miles away would see the vision and interpret the dream to mean that the seat of her church, the church of St. John would be established at Manataka - the Place of Peace.  We pray that it is so. 

 

Others have interpreted the dream differently, but none the less divine and powerful in nature.

 

We see the dream as a prophesy of a new time on Mother Earth when the Light emanating from Manataka becomes a powerful source of Peace and Love in the world.   We see the dream as a call to all people, of all races, nationalities and faiths to hold hands in the Sacred Circle and give thanks.    That, we must do.

 

When the call to all religious faiths, races, and nationalities to stand in the Sacred Circle is heard, and they gather in loving ways, and hold hands as they pray, a magnificent Spirit will move though them in a instant and they shall know peace; and those they touch will know peace.    A magnificent Light will be born and peace shall spread to many lands.

 

We at Manataka are thankful for the expressions of support coming from spiritual leaders of many faiths.    Moreover, we are thankful to you the reader, the one who moves with the Spirit.

     


 

Mother Paul-Marie

Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother Paul-Marie), Foundress of the Army of Mary (L'Armée de Marie), the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary & three other religious Associations, passes from this life at age 93.

April 25, 2015:  - See more at: http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2015/04/marie-paule-giguere-mother-paul-marie.html#sthash.GguAW0jV.dpuf
Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother

Marie-Paule Giguere (Mother Paul-Marie), Foundress of the Army of Mary (L'Armée de Marie), the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary & three other religious Associations, passed from this life at age 93. April 25, 2015: Community of the Sons & Daughters of Mary, Spiri-Maria Chapel, Lac Etchemin, Quebec.   The Community of the Lady of All Peoples  is a movement of laity and community members encompassing all states of life, all religions, within all classes of society, going from urbanism to patriotism, etc.   http://www.communaute-dame.qc.ca/entree_AN.html

 

After the separation from her husband, she was purportedly inspired by heaven to successively found five religious Associations or "Works", beginning with the Army of Mary (August 28, 1971) (known as L'Armée de Marie in French) and later the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary which consists of a Community of religious priests, deacons and professed religious sisters and brothers, and also a lay branch called the Family of the Sons & Daughters of Mary, along with two other Associations--the Oblate Patriots and the Marialys Institute. The combined membership of these five Associations numbers well into the thousands throughout the world, the majority of which are centered in Lac Etchemin, Quebec at the Communities 'Spiri-Maria Chapel and retreat center'.

By far the most popular of the Associations founded by Marie-Paule Giguere is the Army of Mary, which was founded on August 28, 1971. From the 1970's to the 1990's, the Army of Mary often held very popular days of prayer in Catholic churches throughout Canada, USA and Europe, many of which were often attended by thousands of persons. Led by Marie-Paule, the group made numerous large pilgrimages to Catholic churches and shrines throughout the world, most notably were pilgrimages to the Vatican, Lourdes, Fatima and Garabandal. - See more at: http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2015/04/marie-paule-giguere-mother-paul-marie.html#sthash.GguAW0jV.dpuf

Marie-Paule was inspired to found five religious Associations, beginning with the Army of Mary (August 28, 1971) (known as L'Armée de Marie in French) and later the Community of the Sons and Daughters of Mary which consists of a Community of religious priests, deacons and professed religious sisters and brothers, and also a lay branch called the Family of the Sons & Daughters of Mary, along with two other Associations--the Oblate Patriots and the Marialys Institute. The combined membership of these five Associations numbers well into the thousands throughout the world, the majority of which are centered in Lac Etchemin, Quebec at the 'Spiri-Maria Chapel and retreat center.

 

 

 


American Indian Spiritual Elders Speak About Manataka

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September 2015    - Peter V. Catches Lakota Spiritual Elder

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November 2015    -  Rev. Dononlus A. Otto, Saginaw Chippewa

December 2015    - Boe Glasschild (Bushpo Awa - Many Knives)

January 2015         - Great Confederation of Councils of  Principal Mayan Aj Q'ijab

February 2016       - Holy Mother Marie Paul says Manataka is predestined

March 2016            - Confederation of the Elders Council Original People of Abya Ayala

 


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