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(rescheduled) MASS HEALING CIRCLES: Samara Shaw & Dane Ngahuka aka Forestspeaker

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MASS HEALING CIRCLES: Samara Shaw with Dane Ngahuka aka Forestspeaker

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Waikara Master, Tohunga, and Maori Elder, Mauta Kumara from New Zealand, offers a series of Mass Expansion Healing Circles for the lands and people of Turtle Island.

Returning from his work in the Black Forest of Switzerland and Germany, where he convened a group of, “Ancient Ancestors”- 12 Elder/Master Healers including: Waikara Masters, Oracle Masters, Bindu Guardians, and a Bindu Master.

The Ancestors Assembly and Expansion Healing Circles bring immense change to the land, water, sky, self, home, the historic memory, and the forward memory. All are welcome to join Mauta Kumara in this powerful healing work.

Waikara means, “The light that protects the water.” Or Water Protectors. The lineage and history of the Waikara include The San Juan Islands. According to oral history, The Waikara were the last migration of an ancient people of peace, who traveled the globe, mostly by sea, before Europeans knew it was possible. They migrated to avoid being trapped into war cultures, and to explore the planet for their descendants. They consider themselves related to the Tibetans, the Hopi, the Tribes of the Salish Sea area, the Celts, the inhabitants of Lake Titicaca and Easter Island, Hawaii, Polynesia.

According to oral history, The Waikara lived for 60,000 years in “The land of URU”, which included The San Juans, 1st Lemuria, and Hawaii when it was known as a mountain known as Maunganui. 6,500 years ago, shamans told them a, “Great Darkness” was coming and they needed to select 150 people who would travel in ocean-going canoes (Wakas) to a new place where they would keep the, “Way of Peace” alive.

 

 

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