Prerecorded November 20, 2004...
Mary Elizabeth Thunder has been a Peace Elder since 1991, where she joined the Elders Circle at Wolf Song I. Then in 1992-Thunder hosted Wolf Song II. In 1993-Wolf Song III in Jinta Junga Australia, she represented Grandmother Twylah Nitsch & Grandmother Kitty as Master of Ceremonies along with Aboriginal Elder Gabbo Ted Thomas.
In 1994-Thunder attended the UN Indigenous People's Working Session as a delegate in Geneva, Switzerland. (One of the issues she presented & had accepted by the United Nations Secretariat, was all the video's & written Peace Statements of Wolf Song II in honor to Grandmother Twylah Nitsch who was the Dreamer & Visioner of Wolf Song) 1995-Wolf Song V-In Puerto Rico; 1996-Thunder Hosted Wolf Song VI; & In 1997, she was the Master of Ceremonies for Wolf Song VII Holland; & attended Wolf Song VIII.
Her words about Peace are: "Peace--I was born to be passionate & heart connected to Peace on this Planet, since I was born in the month of D Day. I am grateful to Grandmother Twylah who named me a Peace Elder & I strive to live up to her expectations of that honor."
In 1997, she traveled to France, at the Invitation of the Dalai Lama to speak about Peace & Women. On stage with his Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama & an audience of 8,000 people who had come to hear spiritual representatives from all over the World talk about Unity & Diversity for all World Religions, Thunder spoke her message & shared her heart about Peace & about being a Woman.
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