The World Peace Flag Ceremony is a global celebration of the oneness of life and the human family. With united hearts and minds, participants of the Ceremony are invited to invoke prayers for peace to prevail in the countries and regions of the world. It is a moving ceremonial ritual rising above national boundaries, religion and ideologies giving expression to the universal wish for peace and harmony which lies at the core of every human heart.
The World Peace Flag Ceremony was first organized in Japan by Masami Saionji in 1983. In 1986, The First International World Peace Flag Ceremony was organized in the city of Los Angeles introducing this moving Ceremony to an international audience for the first time outside Japan. Since then this Ceremony has been organized on every continent and in every major city throughout the world.
The intention of the Flag Ceremony is to commune as one in the spirit of the Universal Message, May Peace Prevail On Earth and to send your energetic words, thoughts and intentions for peace to prevail on Earth.
Since its inception in 1983, The World Peace Prayer and Flag Ceremony has been presented on every continent and in every major city throughout the world.
Circulate Your Words Thoughts & Intentions
For Peace Around The World
May Peace be in __________
(name of country)
May Peace Prevail On Earth
World Peace Flag Ceremony
Hague, Netherlands - 2013
At a Glance
The Power of Thought
Thought forms create an energetic field strong enough
to empower the course of planetary destiny.
The Power of Words
Words carry vibrations strong enough to inspire, heal and transform the human heart as well as the Kingdom of plants, animals and all creation.
The Power of May Peace Prevail On Earth
May Peace Prevail On Earth is an all inclusive message and prayer.
It is a meeting place of the heart bringing together people of all faiths, backgrounds and culture to embrace the Oneness of our planetary family.
Our Mission is Simple
To spread the Universal Peace Message and Prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth, far and wide to embrace the lands and people of this Earth