Prayer for 3/11 Great East Japan Earthquake, 2011 & 9/11 Ground Zero, 2001, Mundo, Quarta, 11. Abril 2018

On the 11th of every month, we are praying for the two disasters, the Great East Japan Earthquake (3.11.2011) and the 9/11 (9.11.2001).

It is said that the Ground Zero in New York is still filled with anger of the deceased against the terrorists. However, people's prayer for them has continuously turned to be a mist of light and covered the place. When the mist of the prayer can fully calm their anger and they can let go of a judgmental mind, then they would be released from the place. For this, a little more time and people's prayer for them are required. We call this prayer as Prayer for the 9/11 Ground Zero (USA, 2001).

With regard to the great earthquake in Japan, reconstruction efforts have been continuing. In addition, the Fukushima #1 Nuclear Disaster is still not yet over. For this, also people's prayer for this disaster is needed. We call this prayer as Prayer for 3/11 Great East Japan Earthquake (Japan, 2011).

On Wednesday, April 11, we are going to pray for the victims of both the 3/11 disaster and the 9/11 attacks, wishing for breaking a chain of hatred and forming a bond to help each other.
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● Please join us in our prayer from 12:00 noon for 3 minutes.
● In case unavailable to pray from 12:00 noon, anytime of the day when it works for you.
● It would be highly appreciated if you could invite your friends to this event.
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This project is designed to purify the Earth concurrently with worldwide views.
When we pray from our heart with much love and gratitude to the Earth, a Golden Mist rises from us which would heal the Earth and opens up the path for the Earth to shift up to the higher dimension.
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Image of the Golden Apple.

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For more information:
Project Golden Apple

Prayer for 3/11 Great East Japan Earthquake, 2011 & 9/11 Ground Zero, 2001

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