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Indigenous Grandmothers Host Crystal Earth Seed Planting
May 25 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
You are invited to a special ceremony with honored indigenous Grandmothers from around the world. Higher Earth and cosmic frequencies will be engaged as we gather in Sedona and plant a Crystal Earth Seed to support humanity’s healing and transformation at this pivotal time.
Indigenous traditions universally honor Mother Earth as the great being whose energies heal and awaken humankind. Crystal Earth Seeds offer a unique technology to engage and amplify these beneficial energies for our personal and collective transformation.
Please join us for a Crystal Earth Seed planting ceremony in powerful Sedona. People from around the world make pilgrimage to Sedona to experience its rare and enlightening energy. The morning will include:
- Wisdom and blessings from internationally renowned indigenous healers and teachers
- Ceremony and practices to align with transformational Earth and Cosmic frequencies
- Knowledge and practical benefits of the crystalline grid and Crystal Earth Technology
We will meet first at 10:00am at Montezuma’s Well where the Grandmothers will offer a water ceremony for humanity and offer blessings of the Crystal Earth Seed technology. Montezuma’s Well is a sacred place considered by many to be Mother Earth’s womb of North America. Yavapai tradition considers this natural desert spring the place the Yavapai peoples emerged into this world.
We will then gather at 11:30am at the Meaningful Things Stone House in Sedona for the Seed installation. Planted 2-3 feet below the ground, Crystal Earth Seeds connect into our planet’s existing crystalline grid, making these higher frequencies more accessible to us. Sedona is a rare gem of Mother Earth and the energy inherent in its land is some of the most lively and transformational on earth.
You are invited to bring a stone to contribute to the mosaic that will be created to mark the site where the Crystal Seed is installed.
This special event is open to the community at no charge. Please RSVP for this free event for more information about meeting locations and for future updates and reminders. For questions contact our local coordinator June Rettinger de Arballo at 602.686.3169.
About the Grandmothers
If interested please inquire with June Rettinger de Arballo at 602.686.3169 about personal healing sessions and a Wisdom Workshop the Grandmothers will be offering May 26/27.
Mayan Grandmother Flordemayo of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
Grandmother Flordemayo is a Curandera Espiritu, or a healer of divine spirit. As a seer, she has the ability to see other realms of color, light, and sound. In addition, she has the ability to see the effects of existing imbalances on the physical, emotional and spiritual realms within a person’s energy system.
Flordemayo travels the world to share healings, prayers, and foster a more spiritual understanding among humanity. She is a founding member of the the Confederation of Indigenous Elders of the America (1995 – 2000), Institute of Natural and Traditional Knowledge (2003 – 2007), Church of the Spiritual Path (1998, 2008 – 2014), and the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers (2004 – 2014). She is also founder of The Path. Born under the sign of Q’anil (seed), Flordemayo® sees her role as cosmic germinator through teaching, community, manifestation and development.
Grandmother Perci – Hopi/Tewa
I a member of the Hopi/Tewa Tribe, from the Village of Walpi, AZ. I am a Grandmother who is dedicated to healing hearts, minds and spirits of those that are experiencing pain, educating those who are eager to learn, guiding those who have taken the wrong road, reminding those who forgot the message. I am a wisdom gatherer and a protector of ancient wisdom. I stand in support of all Grandmothers from a variety of ethnicities and religious traditions.
As a Hopi Elder, I believe in the Hopi prophecy, “When the Grandmothers speak, the world will began to heal.” I am creating awareness to heal the isolation and separation between people of all nations. I go where I am called and rely on the generosity of people to support my work. Most of my work has been with community members who are suffering a life threatening and life altering events. Helping and assisting people to deal with pain.
Grandmother Moetu Taiha – Maori Tuhoe Elder
Moetu-Taiha is descended from Ngai Tauhoe and the Kahungunu Tribes of Aoteara, New Zealand. Moetu-Taiha, in light language means, “I stand for my dreams and in my power.” Moetu derives from two family lines of healers and leaders of the tribe of Tuhoe. Her knowledge has been handed down to her by several Maori Tohungas [Shamans] and acknowledged elders of her tribe.
Moetu has spiritual access to information that only a few people can access. Moetu has traveled the world for 16 years providing Transformational Workshops that provide a framework for inner exploration and empowerment by bridging the gap between spirituality, rationality, and emotions.
Grandmother SaSa – Abenaki/Dawn land people
I was born in Central Maine to a father of Abenaki/Scottish/Irish descent and a Japanese mother. While growing up, I realized the gifts that I was born with were to be a seer, a dreamer and a hands-on healer. I spent 20 years with Grandmother Nakai Breen, a Cherokee medicine woman, learning how to remember the things I already knew and receiving new teachings. I founded The Rose and The Swan Healing Center to help “Heal the Healers”, located on the Bear Camp River in West Ossipee, New Hampshire.
As a Universal Healer, I hold a Medicine Hoop of Life Ceremony twice a year. I also conduct sweat lodges, pipe ceremonies, and teach traditional beadwork. I also work with gifted children and adults with brain trauma. I offer individual and group counseling. I travel across the United States and Canada to share the Teachings, conduct Sacred Ceremonies and assist with healing when asked.
Reverend Grandmother Eila Paul – Maori Tainue Elder
Grandmother Reverend Eila Paul is a healer with a spiritual and physical connection to her people, the Maori of Aotearoa New Zealand and to our world culture. Eila works with the elderly and children, using sacred sound as a tool to heal and transform space within people and the environment. She has traveled through North America and Europe offering sacred seeds of knowledge and healing.
Eila’s philosophy is that path of Love, Harmony and Beauty. Her singing and music transform life. She is from New Zealand and is a Maori Tainue Elder, member of Grandmothers Circle the Earth, Aotearoa, healer, storyteller, songleader, and dreamweaver.
About the Crystal Earth Project
The Crystal Earth Project is for humanity’s full healing and spiritual awakening. We are helping reweave our connection with ourselves, with each other, with our planet and with the cosmos. Our project uses a crystalline technology of peace to engage and amplify powerful Earth and Cosmic energies for our personal and collective transformation. We are working to inspire the planting of thousands of Crystal Earth Seeds in sacred lands around the world. Already Crystal Seeds have been planted in the Himalayas in Nepal, the Peruvian Andes, the Canadian Rockies, Mt. Carmel, Israel, Mt. Haleakala, Maui, Mt. Warning in Australia, and many other places of personal and global significance.
Crystal Earth Seeds are designed to amplify, connect and radiate Earth energy for the benefit of humanity. The goal of this initiative is to align our collective awareness with the higher vibrational frequencies of Mother Earth. The Crystal Earth Project is an initiative of The Wholeness 501c3 non-profit organization.