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Travel the Sacred Sites of Peru: The Sacred Valley of the Incas

Sacred Valley of the Incas in PeruSet between stunning mountain peaks, the Sacred Valley of the Incas houses some of most unique and impressive agricultural features in Peru. The Inca held the 63-mile long valley sacred because of its alignment with the celestial Milky Way during certain times of the year. The Inca believed that the Milky Way held the shadow of Apu Illapu, the Rain Giver. Ruins from the Wari people, who inhabited the valley long before the Inca, are a testiment to the long and rich history of the area.

Chincero

Chincero is home to some of the most fertile soil in the Sacred Valley. Local farmers sell their potatoes, quinoa, fava beans, and other produce unique to the region at their local market. Besides wonderfully fresh fruits and vegetables, the market is full of colorful handmade artisan pieces. In fact, Chincero has been aptly named the birthplace of the rainbow and the weaving center of Peru. At the textile co-op, local women demonstrate the entire process of washing, dying, spinning, and weaving baby alpaca wool into sweaters, rugs, wall hangings, and more. The organic vegetable and mineral dyeing techniques used in Chincero are a Quechua tradition passed down for many generations.

Peru - Sacred Valley - Girls in Colorful DressChincero is smaller than the nearby Pisac (also famed for its market), which makes it the perfect place to escape the tourist crowds and become more closely acquainted with the local ways. Here, photography and people-watching opportunities abound. The market is a great place to observe traditionally dressed campesinos barter, and even try a hand at haggling down the price of a stunning textile piece.

Along with the vibrant market, Chincero offers access to ancient Wari shrines and temples, as well as Inca monuments and rock sculptures portraying the sacred puma.

Moray

Further east in the Sacred Valley is Moray, a truly distinctive and beautiful Inca site. Upon first glance, it might look like a Roman ampitheater, because of its bowl-shaped terraces. Stone steps allow visitors to move between concentric circles, from the outer, upper edges to the bottom, center circle 500 ft. below. As we make this journey, we are called to center ourselves and connect with Pachamama/Mother Earth, who provides for us and gives us life.

Sacred Peru - Moray TerracesMoray is a monument to the deep bond between the Inca and the sacred earth. It also highlights their ingenuity and technological advancement. Today, over 2,000 types of potatoes grow in Peru. The ancient agricultural research “laboratory” at Moray may be where the Inca first domesticated wild plants, hybredized species for better qualities, or grew rare or special plants such as coca. It’s where they experimented with crops, using microclimates created by differences in altitude, sunlight, and irrigation. The temperature difference between the highest and lowest terraces is significant — up to 59ºF difference, with the lower levels being cooler like a basement. There is also evidence that the Inca imported soil to Moray, to replicate the conditions of farmlands throughout their vast empire.

Maras Salt Flats

Sacred Peru - Maras Salt FlatsCrops were not the only thing the Inca harvested. They also gathered salt from the Maras Salt Flats. The salt flats are a spectacular natural feature. Their white salt crystals sparkle admist the green mountains surrounding the Sacred Valley. The salt comes from an underwater salt stream from the belly of Pachamama/Mother Earth. The salt water is channeled from a natural spring where it exits the earth, into 3,000 terraced pools, averaging 16 sq. ft. each. When the pools are filled, the salt water absorbs the Photonic energy of the sun. The water evaporates after a few days, leaving a 4-inch layer of crystalline salt behind for extraction. This salt contains magnesium, calcium, iron, and other healing minerals. Salt trade helped the Inca to flourish. Today, you might find the sun-infused, healing Maras salts at the markets in Chincero and Pisac.

Peru is calling us to its powerful healing centers. As we continue the pathway of Ascension Conciousness, we are drawn to one another and to the sacred lands that bond us. We weave our own tapestry of higher consciousness, with our fellow travelers and with those who share their traditions with us as we quest toward wisdom.

Come with us on this voyage of self discovery as we explore ancient temples, visit local shamans, and open ourselves to Peruvian culture. Discover the deep mysteries of Peru’s sacred sites and rituals …

Peru and Bolivia Sacred Sites Tour

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Travel the Sacred Sites of Egypt: The Temple of Luxor

The Temple of Luxor is situated on the east bank of the Nile River, and is part of a large Ancient Egyptian temple complex, known in Egyptian as ipet resyt, or “the southern sanctuary”. The Temple of Luxor was constructed around 1400 BCE in the well-known city of Thebes, or “city of a hundred gates”. Today, Thebes is known as the modern-day city of Luxor, Egypt. Although the passing of time has worn away most of the original mudbrick-built palaces and homes, the stone temples of Thebes have remained, and the Luxor Temple has been a continuously used place of worship, still active to this day.

Travel Sacred Egypt: Temple of Luxor | Sacred Mystical JourneysThe Luxor Temple was built with Nubian Sandstone from the Gebel el-Silsila region of Egypt. The Luxor Temple was designed with the same principle of illusionism commonly seen throughout various sites in Ancient Egypt. Two large obelisks that sit outside the entrance appear to be of the same size and same height of the wall that sits behind them, but they are actually different sizes altogether. However, the unique and skillful positioning of the objects changes the perception of relative distance, unifying the size in relation the wall behind them. This spatial and visual effect emphasizes the pathway to the entrance of the Luxor Temple.

Luxor, Amun, and the Cult of the Royal Ka

Egyptian scholars believe that the Luxor Temple once had a significant role in the Beautiful Feast of Opet, an annual festival held in the city of Thebes. During the Opet Festival, statues of the Theban Triad (Amun, Mut, and Khonsu) were paraded from the Karnak Temple in Amun to the nearby Temple of Luxor, a journey of more than one mile.

Travel the Sacred Sites of Egypt: Temple of Luxor - colossal statues inside templeThe Ancient Egyptian Opet Festival was centered around a theme of rebirth, and usually included a coronation renewal ceremony for the current Pharaoh. It is theorized that the Temple of Luxor may have been used as a coronation site for many Egyptian kings throughout history, but new evidence suggests that during the New Kingdom, the temple was dedicated primarily to Amun and the cult of the Royal Ka. References to the cult of the Royal Ka can be seen with the colossal seated figures of the deified Ramesses II before the pylon (the entrance to the temple itself), and statues of the king embodying the royal Ka at the entrance to the Colonnade.

Entrance to the Temple of Luxor: The Sacred Way

Travel Sacred Egypt: Temple of Luxor and an Avenue of SphinxesEntrance to the Luxor Temple is from the north. The road to Luxor once originated from the nearby Karnak Temple, where an Avenue of Sphinxes known as the Sacred Way marked the route, connecting the two great temples. It is believed that close to 1,350 sphinx statues once lined this road, which would have been ceremonially used in the Opet Festival, during the procession of the symbolic reenactment of the marriage of Amun and Mut. Each sphinx in the row sits on a high pedestal, with human faces resembling Nectanebo the First wearing the Nemes headdress. So far, only a few dozen sphinxes have been excavated, with most of the remaining sphinxes still buried beneath houses of modern Luxor.

On this mystical journey into the heart and spirit of Ancient Egypt we invite you to come and embrace the spirit of the Egyptian culture, its land, people, rituals, and the scents that empowered their rites of passages and ceremonies.

Discover the magnificent beauty and spirit of the ancient Egyptian people and their land as we open our hearts to the deep mysticism and evolution of the human experience all over again. Come away with us on this sacred pathway called Egypt and discover her ancient secrets…

Egypt Sacred Sites Tour

Travel the Sacred Sites of Peru: Lake Titicaca

Renowned as the world’s highest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca sits at 12,506 ft. in elevation. It is also the largest alpine lake, at 3,200 sq. miles, and the second deepest mountain lake, reaching up to 1,000 ft. deep. But Lake Titicaca is not only impressive for its geographic stats: it’s also a lake of deep spiritual importance.

Viracocha - Gate of the SunBirthplace of the Sun

According to Andean myth, the entire world was once flooded by heavy storms, and thrown into cold and darkness. The Inca creator god Viracocha then rose up from the center of the flooded world, at Isla del Sol (Sun Island). There, Viracocha created the great Sun god (Inti), Moon goddess (Mama Killa), and stars. Inti and Mama Killa then gave birth to the first human beings, Mano Cápac and Mama Uqllu. It is said that these “Adam and Eve” figures traveled from Lake Titicaca to Machu Picchu. At Machu Picchu, they founded the first Inca dynasty and repopulated the earth. The Inca kings were considered by their people to be “Sons of the Sun.”

The Floating Islands of Uros

Travel the Sacred Sites of Peru - Lake TiticacaThere are another native people who call themselves “Sons of the Sun.” The Uros of Peru and Bolivia are an indigenous group who live on Lake Titicaca. They are known for making islands (and boats) out of local totora reeds. These islands were originally defensive, and could be moved if needed. Eventually they were captured and enslaved by the Inca. But today they live on their islands, adding new top layers of reed as the under layers decompose in the water. The islands can’t support livestock or other commonly domesticated animals. Instead, the resourceful Uros use local birds to help supply food: cormorants catch their fish, and ibises provide eggs.

The Shamanic Connection

Animal life at Lake Titicaca has long been significant, not only as a direct source of food, but also for spiritual connection and provision from the gods. The Inca, Tiahuanaco, and other native pre-Columbian peoples of Lake Titicaca venerated Mama Pacha, the goddess of earth and time, embodied in the majestic mountains surrounding this sacred body of water. Archeological findings on the summits of several peaks throughout the region of Peru and Bolivia suggest that these ancient peoples regularly climbed to 18,000 ft. to carry out religious ceremonies asking for rain. These peaks are guarded by the sacred great condors, messengers of the mountain spirits, who communicate with the shamans.

Lake Titicaca with sacred mountainsShamans are also known to connect with the puma spirit by shape-shifting. The word Titicaca translates to “Rock Puma,” and locals claim that, from an aerial view, the lake looks like a puma hunting a rabbit. More than 180 ruins and monuments remain in the area surrounding Lake Titicaca. Many of these megalithic ruins also depict the venerated puma.

Megaliths and Mega Empires

How did ancient Andean peoples build these megalithic monuments? The ancient site of nearby Tiahuanaco contains blocks weighing up to 65 tons. These were sourced from two different quarries, 10 and 50 miles away. The monuments are truly remarkable considering that pre-Columbian civilizations at Lake Titicaca lacked the aid of wheels or beasts of labor for transportation of materials. Additionally, they lacked iron and steel for shaping stone, and had no writing system for planning and communication. And yet the Tiahuanaco — and the Inca after them — undeniably built some of the most incredible structures in the history of mankind.

Sacsayhuaman - Inca stoneworkLike the Egyptians, the Tiahuanaco and the Inca possessed mind-boggling masonry skills. Scientists today have theories about how this dry-stone construction was done using drills, wooden wedges, and the freeze-thaw cycles natural to Lake Titicaca’s mountain climate. But these explanations don’t account for the smoothness and exactitude of the rocks’ cut edges.

Their masterful architectural works were created by cutting stone precisely, and wedging them together so closely that a credit card could not fit between them. Also astounding is the fact that the stone blocks are notched so that they lock together in three dimensions. Because of this, they have withstood centuries of earthquakes, which are quite common the region.

The Lost City of Wanaku

Copacabana, Bolivia - Lake TiticacaPerhaps it was earthquakes that sank a temple discovered at the bottom of Lake Titicaca in 2000, near Copacabana, Bolivia. Local folklore has held for a long time that the Lost City of Wanaku rested there. It must have been a delightful confirmation when archeologists discovered this South American Atlantis. The mysterious temple is about twice the size of a soccer field, and is thought to be 1,000-1,500 years old. Stylistic analysis of a giant, head-shaped stone sculpture indicates that the temple was likely built by the Tiahuanaco people.

Legends of Inca gold lost by the Spanish drew the famous oceanographer Jacques Cousteau to explore the ruins. Though he only discovered pottery, archeologists have since found gold and stone artifacts at the site.

Enter the 6th Gateway of Ascension at Lake Titicaca

Kalasasaya - TiwanakuLake Titicaca still contains riches for us today — and we don’t have to plumb its depths to find them. Lake Titicaca holds the key to crystalline consciousness. Along with Egypt’s Great Pyramid at Giza and Ireland’s Hill of Tara, it is one of three gateways to the Threefold Golden Flame. The Uros people of the floating islands are in tune with the sacred energy of Lake Titicaca. They know the deep wisdom of Mama Pacha, our Earth Mother. Join us as we encounter the Doorways of the Gods and experience a shift of consciousness towards the great awakening, a deeper connection to our fellow human beings and the greater powers that birthed us. Ascend the path of love and light in the coming new dawn, and discover your place as a Child of the Sun.

Peru Sacred Sites Tour

Travel the Sacred Sites of Egypt: The Great Pyramid at Giza

Travel Sacred Egypt - Giza Pyramid ComplexThe Great Pyramid at Giza remains one of the most mysterious structures on the planet. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one that’s still mostly intact. This is a miracle, considering that the pyramid is over 4,000 years old. With a foundation of 13 acres, the Great Pyramid is the largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Pyramid Complex, and is larger than several European cathedrals combined. It’s a solid mass of stone blocks, except for a few chambers, and the shafts that lead to them. The pyramid was drafted and erected under the rule of Khufu, also called Cheops, second Pharaoh of the 4th Dynasty of Egypt.

Ancient Culture, Advanced Technology

Construction of the Great Pyramid was truly a feat of engineering skill. Scholars still aren’t sure how the ancient Egyptians were able to cut and move the tightly fitted limestone and granite blocks that form the pyramid’s core. They transported over 2 million stone blocks, each weighing 2-16 tons, from quarries about 500 miles away. All this was done in a period of only 10-20 years, ending around 2560 BC.

Today, the Great Pyramid’s “casing stones” are missing. They were loosened by an earthquake in 1356, then taken and reused to build mosques and fortresses in Cairo. Originally, these casing stones formed the outer face of the structure that remains. They were highly polished slabs of white limestone fit so tightly together that even the thinnest blade couldn’t fit between them. The masonry required to accomplish this, especially in that time period, is remarkable.

Travel Sacred Egypt - Egyptian HieroglyphicsMysterious Inscriptions

According to Herodotus, who visited in the 5th century BC, the casing stones of the Great Pyramid at Giza were covered in inscriptions. Other visitors and historians noted these symbols as well. The hieroglyphs numbered so many, they could have filled thousands of written pages. The destruction of the stones has led to the loss of this ancient wisdom. But great power and sacred energy remain at Khufu’s Great Pyramid.

Sacred Burial Grounds – The King’s Chamber and the Golden Mean

Travel Sacred Egypt - King's Chamber Golden RatioThe Great Pyramid was intended to be a necropolis, though no mummies or grave goods have been found, likely because of looting. The 4th Dynasty pharaohs were known as “the pyramid builders,” because the pyramids built under their reigns were far superior to those of 3rd and 5th Dynasty pharaohs, in both size and quality. Though the necropolis in Giza was eventually replaced by the Valley of Kings near Thebes, New Kingdom pharaohs worked to honor and preserve the site.

Surely the pharaohs of old felt the sacred aura of the region. The ancient Egyptians were a civilization blessed with exceptional wisdom and technological advancement. The King’s Chamber is believed to have held the pharaoh’s tomb. The chamber’s measurements fit the mathematical proportions of the Golden Mean, or Phi — though Egyptians designed this space long before the Golden Mean was “discovered” by European mathematicians.

The Celestial Ascent of the Pharaohs

The pyramid’s shape and orientation are also significant. Its corners align with the cardinal points on a compass, and its towering form works as a sundial. Its northern shadow and southern reflection of sun precisely marked the dates of solstices and equinoxes. It is no surprise that the pyramids are said to have been a regenerative place for Egypt’s deceased kings. In order to have the materials and labor to build the Great Pyramid, the ancient Egyptians must have had a sound government and an abundance of wealth. It has been rumored that the pyramids were built by slaves. But evidence suggests that in reality, the 4th Dynasty pharaohs provided well for their workers, in return for a blessed afterlife. The pyramid shape is like an inverted ray of sun, a ramp for the pharaohs’ celestial ascent.

Travel Sacred Egypt - 6th Gateway of AscensionIn fact, the earliest pyramids were designed like steps, as of a staircase. Pyramids are crowned with a sacred Benben stone, symbolic of cycles and rebirth. This is an Obelisk-like stone representing the hill where the creator god Atum (the Supreme Solar God) first stood. On this mound, Atum rose from the primordial waters and dark chaos, and created new life.

The Great Pyramid’s capstone was originally gilded. Together with its polished casing stones, it would have shone far, reflecting the bright light of the Egyptian sun. The capstone of the Great Pyramid at Giza is still a powerful force today. Through it, the Golden Flame beckons us to experience its vibrational energy. To ascend, with the Egypt’s kings of old, on our own Jacob’s ladders.

Enter the 6th Gateway of Ascension at the Great Pyramid

Egypt’s Great Pyramid at Giza is on the same ley line as the Hill of Tara and Lake Titcaca. Together, these sacred sites form the Three Gateways of Ascension. The 6th Interdimensional Doorway will be opened on Autumn Equinox, 2017, when the sun aligns with the Great Pyramid at Giza.

During our Egypt Sacred Sites Tour we will access the newly opened portal, with a special initiation into Universal Consciousness. Our voices will each quietly fill a resonating chamber at the top of the Great Pyramid. Join us in this deep spiritual phenomenon of Self Realization as we discover Sacred Egypt.

 

Egypt Sacred Sites Tour

 

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Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Glendalough

Glendalough is one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. Located in a beautiful glacial valley, Glendalough is known as an early Medieval monastic settlement founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. Despite numerous viking raids and events of upheaval, Glendalough flourished, and by the 9th century it was known as a leading monastic city of Ireland. Many of the surviving building of this time date back to the 10th – 12th centuries.

Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Glendalough ValleyGlen of the Two Lakes

Glendalough is one of the top attractions on Ireland’s east side.  Glendalough, meaning “Glen of the Two Lakes”, comes from the Irish “Gleann da locha.” This fascinating place contains vast monastic ruins and the stunning natural beauty of the lakes located in a glacial valley, amid the gorgeous Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough is a favorite place amongst many who travel the majestic and sacred sites of Ireland. The two lakes of Glendalough are known as the Lower Lake and the Upper Lake. Most of the monastic ruins can be found  on the east end of the site, near the Lower Lake. There are beautiful walking trails that connect the ruins and the lakes. The many fantastic walking trails range from casual strolls around the sites to more demanding hikes up the mountain. Many people report feelings of joy, love, and peace as they traverse the many paths through this ancient monastery.

Travel Sacred Sites Ireland: Glendalough GatewayThe Gateway

There is a feeling of delight and discovery as you pass through the arches of the gateway. Glendalough’s iconic gateway is Ireland’s only surviving Medieval gateway to an early monastic city. There is truly nothing else like it. The arches were built with roman style columns; the stones were cut specifically to size and held together without the use of mortar. The Gateway was originally two stories tall, and protruding walls at each end indicate that it was once topped with a timber roof. This is most likely where the Gatekeeper lived. There are very few stones remaining from the original enclosure walls.

Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Glendalough CathedralThe Cathedral at Glendalough

The largest building at Glendalough is the Cathedral. The Cathedral was built in phases that spanned three centuries. Large mica stones pulled from an earlier church were used to form the foundation, and smaller stones were used to build the walls. Inside the Cathedral is a wall cupboard and a piscine, several grave slabs, and the remains of a once finely decorated arch. Although many stones are now missing, the Glendalough Cathedral is a beautiful marvel to see. Nearby is a small Romanesque building known as the Priests House which has been mostly recreated based on a sketch of the original structure. Some people believe this structured may have once contained relics of St. Kevin.

Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: St. Kevin's CrossSt. Kevin’s Cross

Just south of the Cathedral is St. Kevin’s Cross. This monument was remarkably carved from a single piece of granite stone. Local legend says that any person who can wrap their arms entirely around the body of the cross and touch their fingertips will have their wishes granted. St. Kevin’s Cross may have been used to mark the boundary of the Glendalough cemetery. The cross combines Christian and Pagan symbolism and is a great representation of St. Kevin’s attempts to help pagan people adjust to new Christian influences.

The Caher

To the east of the Upper Lake is a large stone enclosure known as the Caher. The exact purpose for this stone structure is unknown, but most people agree that the thick stone walls were used as protection from the outside elements, much like the stone walls that surrounds the monastic city of Glendalough. The stone enclosure is 20 meters in diameter, and many scholars describe this structure as remnants from early occupancy of the valley.

Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Glendalough Valley

Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Glendalough ValleyThere are many more sacred sites to see in Glendalough. As we explore this exceptional place, we will relish in the calmness and natural beauty of this ancient Celtic spiritual power site. Here we will find the perfect balance of the masculine and feminine within each of us, and connect with the beauty of the heart.

In this is a place of sacred balance and awareness we will encounter Trinity Church, Saint Mary’s Church, Reffert Church, the main complex, the Green Road, lakes, streams and Saint Kevin’s Cell, St. Kevin’s Well and much, much more.

During our stay in Glendalough we will have some time for a group ceremony and individual and group meditations, reflections, and integration, as well as talks and discussions about the energies of Awakened Consciousness in 2017.

We will also experience a night of traditional Celtic song and dance.

Join us in Glendalough and experience all of the magic and spirit of this ancient Celtic power site. The little people are sure to enchant our hearts as we journey the sacred sites of Glendalough.

Ireland Sacred Sites Tour

The Three Gateways of Ascension

Why are we drawn to sacred pilgrimage at this time? It is so that we can touch and feel the ancient lands which hold the key to our next step in our Ascension Process. Each land has a key which helps us to cross the threshold and experience that pathway of love and light; it is imbued in our consciousness!

As we walk the pathway of Ascension Consciousness there are three gateways that help us with this process. The three gateways are all on the same ley line and they are all connected with the Golden Flame and the ancient wisdom of love and light.

The Three Gateways of Ascension are as follows: The Hill of Tara in Ireland, The Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt, and Lake Titicaca in Peru.

Ireland: The Hill of Tara

Travel Sacred Ireland: Hill of Tara

Tara is the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland and home to the Druids.

Tara is an ancient mystical site with all of its mysticism, and Ireland, itself, is known as the island of saints and scholars. Of course, this is referring to past times, when Ireland’s Universities of Light stored the ancient wisdom throughout the dark ages. Ireland, and Tara especially, was and is a University of Light, with its ancient books stored in the Etheric plane, and it is my belief that one of the Emerald Tablets is buried on the grounds of Tara. Tara is a magical place, with its connections to the Phoenicians and the Atlanteans, and is the center point of the Threefold Golden Flame.

The Etheric Libraries of Light are now open as new portals and gateways are ceremonially opened. One such opening is the opening of the Sixth Inter Dimensional Gateway at Tara on Autumn Equinox which is orchestrated and overseen by the the Masters, Avatars and Beings of Light. They oversee the downloading of new knowledge as we walk through the thirteen steps of ascension. With 2017 being the 6th, we awaken to wisdom – to our belief system. Join us in Tara for this amazing inter dimensional experience as we evolve and climb the ladder of Ascension.

Ireland Sacred Tour

 

Egypt: The Great Pyramid at Giza

Egypt Sacred Tour: See the Great Pyramid at Giza Plateau

The Great Pyramid and The Sphinx hold the ancient secrets and teachings of the ancient Egyptians.

The Great Pyramid was the focal point, with its amazing capstone of gold (which the British took when they ruled India), but nonetheless is a storehouse of ancient wisdom. We have here the energy of the Pathway of the Heart, the teachings of Thoth the Atlantean and The Emerald Tablets. The Emerald Tablets of Thoth are the literal translation and interpretation of one of the most ancient and secret of the great works of ancient wisdom. All of these teachings are stored in Egypt and its people are now awakening to the power, wisdom and knowledge stored in this great land. In the Threefold Golden meditation, the flame emanates out through the capstone, spreading its energy throughout Egypt and awakening people to the ancient wisdom that is held within their DNA, and the new consciousness that is emanating from this great land. It is a magical and mystical land with its energy and vibrations to raise our consciousness as we climb the next step of Jacob’s Ladder.

Egypt Sacred Tour

 

Peru: Lake Titicaca

Uros Floating Island in Lake Titicaca, Peru

Lake Titicaca is connected to Atlantis and holds ancient wisdom of the crystalline consciousness.

Now we come to the third great gateway and the third holder of the Threefold Golden Flame. It holds the ancient wisdom of the crystalline consciousness, and in this time of the second coming, our bodies are shifting to the crystalline energy of Lake Titicaca. The ancient Indians who dwell on the floating islands on the lake know this, they are just waiting for us to wake up. They are waiting for us to visit so that we can experience first hand the shift in consciousness after our time on the lake and at the Doorway of the Gods. Lake Titicaca, like Tara and the Great Pyramid, is connected to Atlantis and its wisdom is also stored in this ancient land whose people honor the Mother, the second coming, and the great awakening. We come to realize that the old ways are transmuted as we are entering a new dawn where it is all about service to humanity and being in a community of Oneness.

Peru Sacred Tour

I invite you to join me on this spiritual adventure of ascension and allow yourself to be guided by Spirit and experience one or more of the Three Gateways of Ascension.

Blessings, love and light,

Finbarr

Peru Sacred Tour Telecall July 5th with Flo Magdalena and Finbarr Ross

Sacred Travel: Spiritual Tour of Peru & Boliva - Sacred Mystical JourneysTravel the sacred sites of Peru & Bolivia on a journey to self-discovery. Awaken to the ancient wisdom and inner power within you as we walk the sacred sites and spend time with local healers and Shaman. Traverse the ancient temples and sacred sites of Peru, including the Sacred Valley, the Crystal City in the Clouds, Ollantaytambo, Chincero, Temple of the Condor, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Sacsayhuaman, Uros the floating islands and Taquile, Lake Titicaca, Doorway of Lord Aramu Muru, Aguas Calientes hot springs and much, much more on this spiritual tour of Peru.

As we travel and share on this sacred journey with like-minded people we weave a tapestry of group consciousness.

Peru Sacred Tour Telecall with Flo Magdalena and Finbarr Ross – July 5th

Join us on this free telecall July 5th to share inspiration for the upcoming tour of the sacred sites of Peru and Bolivia with group leaders Flo Magdalena and Finbarr Ross.

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Travel the Sacred Sites of Ireland: Hill of Tara

The Hill of Tara is a historically rich archeological complex located in County Meath, Ireland, near the River Boyne, in the heart of the Boyne Valley. The Hill of Tara is an important sacred site in Ireland that has played a significant role in the folklore, legends, and myths of Celtic Ireland that span centuries of history. Once home to the Celtic kings, the Hill of Tara has been a sacred site of historic ceremonial use for thousands of years. The earliest known monument, the Mound of the Hostages, is a passage-tomb that dates back to 2100 BC.

Travel Sacred Ireland: Hill of TaraThrough the Iron Age, the Hill of Tara was used as a ceremonial center by Celtic high kings, who are believed to have used the Hill of Tara as a sacred site in Ireland until the middle ages.

It is rumored that St. Patrick himself traveled to the Hill of Tara after lighting his Pascal fire at the nearby Hill of Slane in 433 AD.

Theories of the significance of the Hill of Tara continue to unfold. As recently as 100 years ago, it was believed that the Ark of the Covenant was buried at Tara. Although the Ark has not been found, Roman artifacts have been discovered during excavations. Some groups believe that Ireland is home to the lost kingdom of Atlantis, and that the Hill of Tara was the capital city of the Atlantians.

Travel Sacred Ireland: Stone of DestinyThe Hill of Tara remains a significant sacred travel destination and a spiritual center for pilgrims seeking to connect with Celtic Irish culture, history and heritage. Sacred travel to the Hill of Tara offers an opportunity for discovering the many mysteries and secrets that this sacred site holds.

There is much left to be uncovered as most of the Celtic monument at Hill of Tara has remained untouched and unexplored. Of the 30 monuments that span the sacred Boyne Valley, only 2 of the main sites have been thoroughly explored. Today, archeologists are able to view many of the sacred sites with modern technology that allows them to see inside the earth with special photography that allows them to view formations without disrupting the site with digging excavations.

Newgrange Sacred Site - Travel Sacred IrelandThe Hill of Tara offers great views of the nearby countryside. The Hill of Slane, Newgrange, Knowth, Ráith na Ríogh (Fort of the Kings), and the Stone of Destiny are all a part of the archaeological complex at the Hill of Tara, and many of the Celtic monument sites can be seen from the Hill of Tara on a clear day.

 

Opening the 6th Gateway of Ascension: Autumn Equinox at Hill of Tara

During our spiritual tour of the sacred sites of Celtic Ireland, we will spend some time at the Hill of Tara, one of the most important sacred sites on our Sacred Ireland tour. On Autumn Equinox, we will take part in a special ceremony, opening the 6th interdimensional doorway on our journey of ascension. As we climb Jacob’s Ladder, the ceremony at the Hill of Tara will take us to a greater place of conscious awareness.

Five doorways have now been opened.

1st: Spring Equinox, 2013 on the Isle of Iona
2nd: Chartres Cathedral on Autumn Equinox, 2013
3rd: Isle of Iona on Autumn Equinox, 2014
4th: Hill of Tara on Summer Equinox, 2015
5th: Isle of Iona on Autumn Equinox, 2016

Now it is time to open the 6th doorway at the Hill of Tara on Autumn Equinox, 2017. Join us in oneness as we open the pathway of the heart and activate our Universal Consciousness. Experience the incredible goddess energy and beauty of Ireland on Autumn Equinox and experience another shift in Self Realization/Ascension as we enter the 6th inter dimensional doorway in this sacred place.

Ireland Sacred Sites Tour

 

Sacred Egypt Telecall with Joan Clark and Finbarr Ross

The Ancient land of Egypt holds the imprint of a civilization both spiritually and technologically advanced. Our Egypt Sacred Tour provides an amazing vibrational environment for each one to experience a personal adventure into the ascension mysteries of your life now unfolding. As we quest this sacred land, it will open our hearts to the deep mysticism and evolution of the human experience all over again. Come away with us on this sacred pathway called Egypt and discover her ancient secrets…

Listen to the audio archive of the April 19, 2017 telecall to share inspiration for the upcoming tour of the sacred sites of ancient Egypt with group leaders
Joan Clark and Finbarr Ross.


Sacred Egypt Telecall with Joan Clark and Finbarr Ross

Peru & Bolivia Sacred Sites Telecall with Flo Magdalena and Finbarr Ross

Machu Picchu Stonework, Sacred Sites of PeruAwaken to the ancient wisdom and inner power within you as we explore sacred sites and experience rituals with local healers and Shaman! Visit the Sacred Valley, the Crystal City in the Clouds, Ollantaytambo, Chincero, Temple of the Condor, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Sacsayhuaman, Uros the Floating Islands, Taquile, Lake Titicaca, Doorway of Lord Aramu Muru, Aguas Calientes hot springs and much, much more…

 

Listen to Peru & Bolivia Sacred Sites Telecall with Finbarr Ross and Flo Magdalena to share inspiration for the upcoming tour of the sacred sites of Peru and Bolivia!


Peru & Bolivia Sacred Sites Telecall audio archive