The Eagle and the Condor
Woableza, spiritual elder of the Lakota nation, will be visiting the Santa Cruz and San Francisco Bay areas during late August into early September. Check here for updates about additional events.
Woableza has been invited to a great and historically important international gathering. The conference entitled “The Condor and the Eagle will Fly Together in the Center of the World” is a comprehensive four-day gathering for Elders and their supporters from all Indigenous Peoples of the Americas. There are several themes woven throughout the activities and workshops planned. Gathering, preserving and disseminating the last 1,000 years of wisdom for our children and future generations is key.
This includes the sharing of indigenous arts, sciences and technologies for sustainability. Another key theme is the honoring and development of the Female energies. The role of Woman as mother, daughter, cultural teacher and creator, as well as healer and prophetess will be discussed. Prayerful ceremonies and journeys to sacred sites will be combined with the honoring, each day, of different elements and the histories, prophecies and myths of many peoples. This is an epoch event, and is planned at this time and place so that the energy vortexes of the Equator, combined with the balance of the Equinox, can facilitate the ceremonies of opening the door to the New Feminine Era, or The Time of Life Renewal. The work done at this time will affect all of us!
Please consider contributing toward the expenses of Woableza’s journey to this event. If you are fluent in Spanish, and might accompany him, he would enjoy the help of a translator. For more information or to make a contribution, please contact Rowan at 510-396-6495.
Friday, August 24, 7:00 p.m.
Woableza will be in Santa Cruz at The Quaker Meetinghouse (225 Rooney Street) for a showing of the film The White Road, a film about the fulfillment of the ancient Mayan prophecy related to the eagle and the condor (symbolizing the reunification of the indigenous peoples of North and South America).
There is no admission charge but donations will be accepted. The video will be followed by an informative lecture my Woableza. "I will be talking about my recent meeting with Leon Secataro (Head man and Spiritual Elder of the Canoncito Band of Navajo Indians) regarding the word prophecy." Woableza will also be talking about his meeting with Don Alejandro Perez Oxlaj, 13th generation Mayan Priest and President of the Mayan Council of Elders of Guatemala. Don Alejandro has a message to the world about the year 2012, the ending of the Mayan calendar and a new phase of life on Mother Earth! He also has a new upcoming film, The Shift of The Ages. Woableza also recently met with Hopi Elders and Youth regarding the indigenous perspective on access to water rights worldwide, he may also speak briefly on this subject.
For additional information about the venue for this event:
The Quaker Meetinghouse in Santa Cruz, CA
225 Rooney St
Santa Cruz, CA, 95065-1339 (831)425-4563
Saturday, August 25, morning.
Woableza will be facilitating a sweat ceremony in the Santa Cruz mountains (capacity is 15 people). If you'd like more information please contact Rowan at 510-396-6495.
Saturday, August 25, 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Woableza will be with the Santa Cruz Indian Council for a special meeting for native people. Location is Louden-Nelson Community Center (see address details below). If you'd like more information please contact Rowan at 510-396-6495.
Louden-Nelson Community Center, Room #3
301 Center Street (cross street Laurel)
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone: (831) 420-6177
Fax: (831) 420-6457
Open 9 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday
Closed on Sundays.
Sunday, August 26, 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Tuesday, August 28, 11:00 pm.
Saturday, September 1, 6:30 pm.
PREPARE FOR THE CHANGING EARTH
AN EVENING OF NATIVE AMERICAN TEACHINGS AND PROPHESIES
WITH GRAND CHIEF WOABLEZA, NATIVE ELDER, STORY TELLER,
MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF INDIGENOUS ELDERS OF MOTHER EARTH
Chief Woableza will discuss his meetings with Navajo spiritual leader Leon Secatero regarding ancient Navajo prophesies and his work with 13th generation Mayan Priest Don Alejandro Perez Oxlaj regarding the year 2012, the ending of the Mayan calendar, and a new phase of life on Mother Earth!
Learn about how we can prepare for the coming changes to the earth and the sacred way of planting seeds. There will be drumming, prayers and prophesy in a beautiful garden space.
Afterwards in the sanctuary chapel the documentary film, The White Road, will be shown. It is a very powerful film about a sacred gathering of indigenous leaders from North, South, and Central America. The film documents their ceremonies to heal the earth at sacred Mayan sites in the Yucatan peninsula.
This event is free of charge but donations are appreciated. Also, please bring organic seeds if you have them to start a seed bank.
Call 831-688-0721 for more info.
Location: The Garden Sanctuary
3070 Prather Lane, Santa Cruz
(off Soquel Ave. across from Sky View Drive In)
Blessings for your Journey.