We invite you to join us for a global synchronized ceremony to heal and strengthen Mother Earth. Step up, gather a group wherever you are in the world and join us. You are part of Peace in our precious Mother Earth, she only has you and me to make this happen.
The Summer Solstice lasts more or less 23 hours. All the energies will be connected through intention and anchored with the cell in Peru, therefore you may do the ceremony at your local time.
Message from Brother Tauhiro:
Dear Brothers and Sisters on June 20th we (Inka Condors) will do the ceremony at the Pachakamaq Temple (mountain side of Lima in the Coast).
The purpose is to energize Mother Earth on the eve of the Winter Solstice. We have over 300 people participating on that day.
I will be awaiting for news from you.
Blessings, Brother Tahuiro
Greetings from the Condor Nation and Thank you
for participating and helping Mother Earth heal and
On that day wear white clothes with flower multicolor necklaces.
Light a white candle. If you are in a group, place a candle per participant in a circle and have participants make a circle around the candles.
Once all the candles are lighted and participants are around the candles in a circle the group leader will invoke the Spirit of Peace and Love.
Once that circle is done, all participants will take a seat and meditate on the purpose of the Ceremony (participants can seat in different locations or in the same location). This meditation must be of 10 minutes.
Once the meditation is complete, start the bonfire, in that bonfire place the flower necklaces and the letters with wishes written by the participants as offerings to the fire.
Finally, make a circle again and hold hands; the group leader must be inside the circle and from inside the circle say these words 4 times:
Allpa mamaq sutimpi.
Yaku mamaq sutimpi
Auqalla Runakuna Kausachum.
In the name of our Mother Earth
In the name of Fire
In the name of Water
In the name of the Wind
Let it be that peace and harmony be with us Human beings
AAARIII, AAARIII, AAARIII
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