Spiritual Unity of the Tribes (SUT) has been brought to Australia at the request of Medicine People overseas, to help spread the healing that the world so desperately needs.
If offers a safe community camp of people sharing a common belief – an acknowledgement of a higher power and intent and belief that through prayer change and healing can occur.
All people are welcome, in particular youth and children as an acknowledgment of their role in the future, to share this camp and sacred fire.

SUT is sponsoring several elders to attend and share their wisdom around the fire.

A gathering will hold as its centre the honouring of spirit, the sanctity of the land and the wisdom of the elders.

Gatherings are to be living demonstrations of the ancient values of truth, peace, non-violence and love. They will nurture deep connections as they bring people of all faiths and races together.

Black Elk

Gathering News

26th - 29th April 2018
The 20th Australian S.U.T. Gathering will be held at Culpra Station - NSW Read more

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Lore & Protocol

In order that we might all have a positive experience, please observe the following guidelines during your stay with us.
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The Vision

To bring to the people medicine through ceremony to preserve and in some cases re-teach elements of the old ways of living. To enable the vision of Black Elk...
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Creating this gathering with your support

Your help is important and can make a diference.
In keeping with the spirit of the gatherings everyone is welcome at no formal charge, so no one is excluded by lack of money, however gatherings do cost so all donations are gratefully accepted.
SUT is a registered not-for-profit organization.

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Bunjil

Bunjil

Bunjil is the creator recognised by numerous tribes in Victoria – depicted in an ancient cave painting at Burrunj, the Black Range near Gariwerd. Bunjil also provides the people with law and customs, and takes the form of the wedge tail eagle.

Water

Honouring the Water

Could everyone please bring a small amount of water from their local area, a creek, river, dam. We will mix these together for a special ‘Honouring the Water Ceremony.’ Everyone is welcome around the sacred fire. Families with children are encouraged to attend.