Elders Without Borders is a non-profit corporation which is dedicated to the preservation of the wisdom and teachings of aboriginal elders and is birthed by serendipity. Serendipity is defined as "the faculty of discovery or a happening, seemingly by accident". In other words, magic.
Algonquin traditional elder Grandfather William Commanda was the inspiration for the creation of Elders Without Borders. A report of elders and prophecy made in 1997 by 13 Moon Horizons was dedicated to William Commanda as he was the spiritual mentor for the report which provides an overview of the prophecies of the Algonquin, Hopi, Inca and Mayan nations as well as other insightful information.
The prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor states that you will know the changing times are upon you when the teachings of the Eagle of the North and the teachings of the Condor of the South are exchanged and intermingled for the enlightenment of the people. Grandfather William Commanda has exchanged Eagle/Condor feathers with Hunbatz Men of the Mayan nation (Mexico 1997) and an Incan spiritual messenger Willaru Huayta (Ottawa 1998). The time of change and purification is upon us. See www.circleofallnations.com to learn more about Grandfather William Commanda
Elders Without Borders is a registered non-profit corporation under the Canada Corporations Act and has set the following objectives:
A) To provide a forum for the facilitation of regular gatherings of traditional indigenous elders throughout the world, in Canada.
B) To establish a permanent healing and reconciliation lodge, under the direction of a traditional circle composed of traditional indigenous elders, to assist in the healing of children, men and women, primarily from the aboriginal communities in Canada.
C) To establish permanent programs to allow traditional indigenous elders to train native healers and others, in healing victims of sexual abuse, self-abuse, domestic violence and the adverse effects of residential schools throughout Canada.
D) To establish programs that will allow for traditional elders to petition the proper authorities for the dedication of sacred sites throughout Canada, USA and South America.
E) To develop programs, supervised by the circle of traditional indigenous elders, to assist in the healing of Mother Earth in a holistic, bio-diverse and sustainable approach, throughout the world.
F) To publish written material and video material, supervised by the circle of traditional indigenous elders, which will assist in the healing and reconciliation of humanity throughout the world.
To date, Elders Without Borders has enjoyed the privilige of hosting two spiritual gatherings. The first in 1998 at Victoria Island, Ottawa/Hull where 26 elders came together to share spiritual knowledge with hundreds of attendees. In 1999, another gathering at Nakoda Lodge in Banff, Alberta involving elders from the Blood, Cree, Peigan and Tsutina nations, sharing their teachings with one another. In 2001 and 2002, Willaru Huayta, Inca spiritual messenger from Peru, was sponsored by Elders Without Borders to teach in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Six Nations Reserve in Brantford. These have been tremendous events for all those fortunate enough to attend.
Elders Without Borders and its related activities may continue with financial support from organizations and individuals who understand the value of these undertakings. Funding will allow us to work toward our overall objectives; however, on a short term basis to gather elders on a bi-annual basis. All activities have budgetary needs which will be enunciated to interested parties for their evaluation. A tax receipt number will be provided for all financial contributions. To identify yourself/organization as a potential donor, please click here. We would be delighted to provide you with more information about this funding opportunity and we welcome any input you have which may benefit Elders Without Borders.
May the Eagle and the Condor stir your desire to assist the people in their plight for sovereignty and self-determination.