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World’s First International Site for Peace, Estd.1986 ~ Quito, Ecuador

Thursday, 21 September 2023 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

J.C. High Eagle led an expedition of U.S. citizens on a mission of world peace to the center of the world in 1986 . Mr. High Eagle, Osage/Cherokee Indian spokesman, and his delegation, celebrated with the native Ecuadorian tribes, the first time an international site at the Equator had been designated as a focal point for world peace and unity.

High Eagle said, “We were proud for the Ecuadorians to recognize all of the people we brought from the U.S.A. to participate in these historic first ceremonies. We brought both Indians and non-Indians to show that we are truly one people in all the world. Native people and white people can get along with each other in a true spirit of friendship and cooperation. In this way, we are all truly people-to-people . . . heart-to-heart.”

He continued to say, “What happened in Ecuador is not only for it or for native Indians, but for all of humanity. We represent no government, no politics, and no religious motives. The only thing we carry in our hearts is love. All of us should remember that it is our spirits that create the world in which we live. To unify our world is to unity our spirits.”

Ecuatorian Airlines and the people of Ecuador provided food, lodging, and transportation for the expedition in Ecuador.

Anyone interested in the origin of the site and how it came from a vision quest on Bear Butte Mountain, Black Hills of South Dakota, in 1986 should attend I think people would be interested in the story of how it happened . . . Wa-do (thanks)

“Peace on Mother Earth!”To-he-ge-se-sdi (Cherokee prayer)

High EagleGa-lv-la-di Wo-ha-li
Ani Yunwiya

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J.C. High Eagle

Presenters Short Bio
A native Oklahoman and graduate of the University of Oklahoma, he is a man who is a modern renaissance man with a passion for people and being involved in “world service”. The Governor of Tennessee and the State Legislature issued a state proclamation In honor of his musical and literary meritorious lifetime achievements. In 1983, the Southern California Motion Picture Council awarded him the Bronze Halo Award for outstanding contributions to humanity and instant attention by the Hollywood stars of film and stage. He designed and dedicated the world’s first international site for peace, Circle of Unity, on the Earth’s equator in collaboration with the President and government of Ecuador, and the 7 indigenous tribes. As a true visionary, the world’s first international site for peace, the Circle of Unity, came from a vision several months prior during his lone prayer quest in the awesome Black Hills of the state of South Dakota. Later, the same year, the country of Ecuador constructed this site based on his vision, and he was invited to dedicated it along with 38 American Indians from different tribes over the U.S., all seven indigenous tribes in Ecuador, and ~25,000 people from all over the world by invitation from the President of Ecuador.

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Thursday, 21 September 2023
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
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