We prayed for the nation of Fiji on Mount Tomanivi, the highest peak in the South Pacific. The mountain is situated in the middle of Viti Levu, the main island in the nation. This mountain is central to much of the culture and stories of the native people. Dionne and Scott went with Semisi and Gela as representatives of the four corners of the earth, and as representatives of the native peoples and the Western people who came and abused the people and the land. We prayed, prophesied and blew trumpets over the land. We discovered a Chief's grave in a historic site later with four tribal trumpets lying on top. This was confirmation of the work that we had done just earlier that day. When we came down off the mountain we found out that there had been an earthquake at the same time we had prayed and blown the trumpets.