Any good start to a Collaborative (Self) Governance model should be judged from the vantage point of Indigenous peoples’ aspirations and their role in the design of the internal structure of a model of governance. Being that Indigenous peoples are the original inhabitants of all geographic regions, our focus has been on better understanding and participating in the design of a collaborative model that is self-determined and focuses on community wellbeing and renewed nation-to-nation relationships.
Originating as a blessing from the StarLion ancestors from the White Lion Heartlands, the Charter was opened in prayer by Indigenous representatives from all four directions, with Grandmother Mona Polacca of the 13 Grandmothers, and Kuuyux of Alaska’s first nation Unangan (Aleut) people, bringing together Indigenous wisdom keepers from Africa and the Far East, and witnessed by over 60,000 people.
The Charter’s purpose is to unify all people of true heart behind one Indigeneity, and reignite the primordial flame of hope and courage.
To commemorate its unified message, ceremonial fires began at sunrise in the White Lion Heartlands in South Africa, and were lit by Indigenous groups around the planet sequentially.
The Charter has been translated into 7 languages, spoken into with timeless wisdom in many Indigenous voices with one heart, and has been brought to life through the first language of the First Nations of First Nations of Southern Africa, the NuuKi language of the Kumani Khoisan peoples.
Watch the live reading of the Charter on 8/8/2020, an important date in the StarLion calendar, when many cross-cultural voices spoke into the Charter unified by one Heart and one purpose in service of our planet as it was in deep ceremony in Union with the Lands across the globe. This moment represents the Unification of the Worldwide Indigenous Peoples Governance Charter into this Living Model of Collaborative Governance.
Meaning in nllu:
lx"ee anki llx"aqesi !qoeke he ka lx"eea.Ki aa ng kx"amke !"anu !"anu ..Si !xunsi aa ng kx"amke authority si ke.
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