Category: Ancient Wisdom

Sedna

Sedna
: Beautiful Young Maiden/Old Woman of the Sea In the spring of 1987, I was awoken in the middle of the night with a deep and sultry woman’s voice speaking to me. “Shave the hair from your face and make an offering of it to me, to me, to me.” I awoke and gave consideration …

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WINTER SOLSTICE: The Emergence of the Divine Masculine

WINTER SOLSTICE: The Emergence of the Divine Masculine The Sun has reached his most southward point upon his yearly journey. He is stationed there for three full days. Then, on December 25th, the Sun begins his trek along the horizon, rising a bit more to the north each and every day until he reaches his …

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The Ancient Ways of the Comet – Zoom

The Ancient Ways of the Comet Reclaiming Knowledge and Power Sunday, July 12th, 12pm MDT The Ancestors recognized the cyclical nature of comets. Everything in Nature was embraced with an acknowledgment of relationship. Comets were honored as the Messenger. Communications would be placed in the care of a comet and sent off to be delivered …

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Tears of the Blue Corn Maidens – Zoom

Online via Zoom Tears of the Blue Corn Maidens 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm MST ~ Sunday, December 6, 2020 An ancient ceremony of the Pleiades, passed into my care by my Grampa Peña, brings forth the history and origin of the Anasazi people of the Southwest, and the gift of Blue Corn, both as …

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Evening Star Ceremony

Evening Star Ceremony Peyote Mentor, John Pedro The ‘Original Hippie Indian’ they called him. John Pedro, by name, was an Arapahoe out of Calumet, Oklahoma. His personal history was woven of fascinating events and embellished tall tales, and we all loved his stories. He had fought in the Korean War, which was where he lost …

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The Australian Medicine Woman

The Australian Medicine Woman Crystals: Return them to the Earth! “I don’t offer workshops. I offer ceremonials.” My words in response to a request by the Omega Institute in Upstate New York to come present at their facility in the Spring of 1988. With a mutual understanding, I agreed. The grounds were well kept. Lawns, …

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Grampa Peña and the Blue Heron

Grampa Peña and the Blue Heron Spirit Paths Waking on a wintry day can be like stepping into any winter, any year. The snow blankets the earth, securing beneath its white cloak all sounds. Quietude reigns. All signs of the shambled foundations of old cabins disappear from the forest landscape, as do the dirt track …

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Shamanism in the 21st Century

Shamanism in the 21st Century Shamanism is humanity’s oldest and most enduring spiritual practice. From the very origins of the human race there is evidence of our relationship with the Divine expressed through ceremony as a means of maintaining harmonious union with Creation. Whether in the placement of flowers upon the graves of our Neanderthal …

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