Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq Inspires at the 2015 Parliament of the World´s Religions

10,000 People. 80 Nations. 50 Faiths. Salt Lake, USA

The Parliament of World’s Religions is the oldest, the largest and the most inclusive gathering of people of all faiths and traditions. October 2015, 15th – 19th, in Salt Lake City, USA, the land of the Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute and Ute Native American tribes, the sixth Parliament of the World’s Religions gathered. The Parliament has a unique and close relationship with Indigenous people from around the world. Approximately 10,000 people of all faiths from over 70 countries and 30 spiritual traditions attended this extraordinary meeting.
During his time there, Angaangaq rekindled many friendships, he met many new people, he participated in Circles and did ceremonies with the Native Americans that were present. He addressed the large assembly on Climate Change issues, inspiring each and everyone and did ceremony with his Qilaut drums calling in the ancestors of the Ute and all the tribes of the Americas.

“You cannot stop the melting of the ice, it is too late. It does not matter if you believe it or not, it is too late. It is time to find someone to be the Hope for mankind. The new world needs people who understand the beauty of the Spirit of the humans. You and I need to change. I hope and pray one of you will become the Hope for mankind Over 100 years ago my Grandmother climbed to the top of the mountain. She saw One Earth, One Sun and One Moon. You and I are the citizens of this land. We are the caretakers and the custodians of this land. Close your eyes and look within. Find the strength and capacity within yourself to make you the Hope for mankind. Only by Melting the Ice in the Heart of Man will man have a chance to change and begin using his knowledge wisely.” Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq