| A Special Trip to Stone Mountain |Deepen your experience in preparation for Ancient Wisdom Rising 2012 with a pre-gathering trip to Stone Mountain, GA where you may experience personally the spirit and mystery of a sacred mountain that lies in the shadow of a large metropolitan area. Long ignored or seen only as a rare and dramatic ancient magma protrusion in an otherwise rolling piedmont landscape, Stone Mountain has progressively become recognized as a special ceremonial location originally shared by the Creek, Cherokee and Yuchi people.
We are pleased to offer this afternoon side trip in gratitude to the FIRST 15 PEOPLE who register for the complete gathering (three days, plus lodging) and pay in full by July 20, 2012. Your participation helps prepare the way by funding our early event expenses.
For eleven years Sherry Boatright, recognized and initiated as a weather worker by Nahua Don Lucio Campo of the central Mexican highlands, has performed a spring ceremony/ritual at Stone Mountain. She began this work when seeking a way to help with the devastating droughts taking place in Georgia for many years. Since 2002 a growing number of people participate each year in ceremony - making offerings, asking for rain and beneficial weather throughout the growing season.
Sherry says, "Those of us who have been involved with this work in both its ceremonial and support aspects have felt the blessings of beneficial weather as well as those of our deepening relationships with the living world."
Our journey to Stone Mountain will begin at Simpsonwood, Noon on Thursday, November 8, when we, with our guide Sherry Boatright, board transportation that will take us to our destination. We will spend several hours in the presence of this sacred mountain before returning to the conference site. Stone Mountain is now a privately managed park with many attractions. It is well used and loved by Atlanta metro residents who visit often. This trip will occur rain or shine.
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Sherry Boatright, initiated Weather Worker by Don Lucio Campos, a Nahuatl weather shaman
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