Sedona Arizona Past Eagle Quetzal Condor Event 2015
Eagle Quetzal Condor Unite 2017 Sedona Arizona
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 23, 2017 (Day Of The Jaguar)
International Center of Spiritual and Ancestral Wisdom
Eagle Quetzal Condor Unite 2017
September 16th from 9:45 AM-1PM
17th from 9:45 Am-1PM
Sedona Creative Life Center
$33 For The 2 Day Event
Arhuaco Elder Returns to Sedona Arizona From Columbia
Sedona, AZ: ICSAW presents a rare opportunity to hear native Arhuaco elders from Columbia speak on important social and environmental issues. On September 16th from 9:45 AM-1PM 17th from 9:45 Am-1PM each day, the Calixto our Arhuaco elder will present their wisdom regarding the preservation and protection of sacred lands and traditions at the Sedona Creative Life Center. We will also be joined by Local Native American Tribal people. To Be Announced. The cost for the 2-day event is $33 and tickets can be purchased through PayPal to https://www.paypal.me/
Please Note For Eagle Condor Unite
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The Arhuaco people come from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, a pyramid-shaped mountain on the northern tip of the Andes. The peak of the mountain is over 16,000 feet high. To the Arhuaco people, the Sierra Nevada is the “heart of the world” and is surrounded by sacred ancestral sites that they are attempting to protect from development and destruction. In Columbia, the Arhuaco have initiated a strong political movement in defense of their homelands.
“There is, around the Sierra and the whole planet, a net of interconnected energies as if it were a spider web,” say the Arhuaco elders. “Sierra Nevada is the epicenter where these energies are born. That’s why we say we are at the heart of the world. Our purpose is to recover the lands within the limits of the ancestral territory, the holy places, which are so important for mankind.”
The Arhuaco Elder will speak about:
• The importance of sacred sites & the natural world
• Eco awareness & its relationship to our personal ecology
• How we can give back to mother earth
• Keeping our environment in balance with our spiritual & material needs
Join us for the chance to meet and communicate with this amazing indigenous elder. In addition, the Arhuaco elder will assist the community in creating an understanding how to protect the sacred lands of Sedona. There will also beautiful Arhuaco arts and crafts available for purchase.
Calixto is also Offering Pre Booked Divinations and Sessions.
ICSAW: The International Center of Spiritual and Ancestral Wisdom (ICSAW) is an organization that is dedicated to preserving ancient wisdoms and traditions of indigenous cultures throughout the world.
More About Our Speaker Calixto Suarez Link Below
Join us for this Rare Opportunity!
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Benefactors are welcome to sponsor Our Indigenous Peoples Travels. We can Provide a 501c3 Tax Right Off
No Refunds For This Event.
Past Gathering Return Of The Ancestors 2009 Interview and Experience
NEXT EPIC EVENT 2018
Elders & Wisdom Keepers are Returning to Sedona Arizona 2018.
Early Bird Price $250 Till October 1st 2017. After October 1st 2017 $325
Registration Opens July 1st
“When the Eagle of the North flies with the Condor of the South united by the Quetzal, The Spirit of the Land, Mother Earth will Reawaken.”Inca prophecy
The opening of this event begins Friday Evening, April 20, 2018 from 6:30pm-9:00pm with opening prayers to present the opportunity for cultural exchange of traditional song and dance, arts and crafts, and unite us in ceremony to share sacred wisdoms throughout the weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Elders and Wisdom Keepers offer guidance & tools that will assist us to come into balance with the Natural world and humankind. In addition, there will be question and answer periods in which your personal inquiries will be addressed. Please join us for a weekend full of presentations and teachings from Amazing Wisdom Keepers who still live close to the natural world and who have never left their internal fires.