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White Hawk's Blog - Wisdom Seekers
•Written by Phil White Hawk•   
••Saturday•, 12 •February• 2011 06:56•
Elder Thaayrohyadi of the Council of Otomi Elders and Wisdom Keepers Visits Midcoast Maine            Founder of the International Indigenous University in Mexico, Thaayrohyadi is a Wisdom Keeper and traditional healer who travels internationally, offering teachings and ceremonies in the ways of his ancestors.  He is on the “Pilgrimage to the Four Directions for the Healing of Mother Earth” in preparation for the “8000 Sacred Drums for Peace” healing ceremony to take place at the Otomi Ceremonial Center in Temoaya, Mexico.  This ceremony will happen on the Vernal Equinox, March 20th, 2011.  Simultaneously, 8000 Sacred Drums groups in Maine, across the U.S., and in 91 other countries around the world, will reinforce the healing vibrations to raise the collective consciousness of humanity and to heal our home planet.
            The intention of the 8000 Sacred Drums is to bring people together to receive the wisdom teachings and to heal the individual, the community, the nations, and all peoples, and to put them into a harmonic relationship with the cosmos.  In tribal America, this is referred to as The Closing of the Hoop of All Nations.  These “nations” also include those that swim, fly, walk, and crawl on the Earth Mother, for they too, share wisdoms that benefit humankind and the living skin of our Mother.  Plant, microbial, and fungal life forms support all the nations, as do the Stone People, the Cloud People, the Fire People, and the Water People.  All exhibit varying levels of consciousness, according to the ancient traditions.  During the winter solstice of 2012, all of the nations must be ready to receive a shift in consciousness, and are invited to experience a new dawn of awareness, according to Dabadi Thaayrohyadi.              The common perception of December 21st, 2012, is that of a cataclysmic end to life as we know it, perhaps the end of civilization and the present tectonic structure of the Earth. Mother Earth will purify herself and the cancer upon her body will be shaken off, as a dog shakes off rainwater. Thaayrohyadi’s interpretation of the end of the Mayan Calendar is much gentler.  He sees it as the dawn of a new baktun, or 26,000 year cycle, into an age of expanded awareness and respect for all life. That is the only way that humankind will be allowed to survive.  He urges us to prepare for coming earth changes and to take responsibility for repairing damage to all the nations. As we repair a leaky roof or a broken window in our home, we must repair the damage that we have done to our Mother Earth.  Traditional Native Peoples of the North (Eagle) and the South (Condor) have many ancient prophesies concerning the Death Path that Western Civilization is traveling.  All agree that when everyone recognizes the Death Path for what it is, then we will get off it.             The next Ceremony of 8000 Sacred Drums will be held on Sunday, March 20th, at the Gibbs Library in Washington, Maine.  Smudging will be offered at 10:45, with drumming beginning at 11:00 a.m.  We will share with you the ancient Otomi/Toltec/Teotihacan healing chants that Thaayrohyadi has taught us.  All kinds of drums and all traditions are welcome.    
•Last Updated on ••Tuesday•, 14 •June• 2011 15:10••
 

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This is the new logo for the Living Communities Foundation.
The turtle represents Turtle Island, the Native American name for North America.
It is our cherished home, and represents Mother Earth in all Her
fertility and generosity.
Her carapace represents the Medicine Wheel, a symbol of our universe. 

Explanation

 
Red is the color of fire, representing the East, place of the rising sun. It is the fire of passion and creativity.
Yellow is the color of the noonday sun, the warmth of the earth, and represents young, growing things.
Black is the color of the Thunder Beings who bring rain from the West, causing the Earth to yield her abundance.  It is the color of maturity and self-knowledge from within.
White is the color of the purifying winter winds that enhance the Spirit.
In the center of the carapace is the Three Sisters Garden, symbolizing the community that works together to nourish and uplift one another.  Corn is planted in the center, and as it grows, young beans use it as a trellis, while feeding the corn and squash with the nitrogen that it has captured. The squash leaves shelter and cool the soil, conserving moisture and suppressing weeds.  The prickly squash plants deter animal intrusion that would otherwise destroy the corn.
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