Special Event with Miriam Delicado, Hopi and Dogon representatives: Reconnect The World-March 01Vancouver BC
We are announcing an exciting upcoming event in Vancouver, British Columbia. For the first time, on stage live, will be an event that highlights the teachings and guidance of author, lecturer Miriam Delicado, Ronald Wadsworth, Hopi representative from the Mother Village of Traditional ancient knowledge, Dogon representative Bikbaye Inejnema, knowledge of ancient Egypt still in existence today. Join us in Vancouver, BC, for this momentous event, where they will share their wisdom to help restore balance to the Earth and its inhabitants!
Where: Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Canada
When: 6-9pm, Thursday, March 1, 2012 (Doors at 6pm, lecture 6:45pm)
Tickets available pre sale through Paypal (credit card) and at the door
20 Tickets to Give-Away! Enter our random draw for (1) FREE ticket by submitting your name and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A random draw of all submissions will be held one week prior to the event. Winners will be notified via email, we ask you reply within 24 hours to confirm if you will be attending otherwise your ticket will be released to someone else. Ticket orders from the website, along with the list of winners will be waiting at the box office. Good luck!
Donations will also be graciously accepted online and at the event to be distributed to the following projects:
Miriam Delicado: The Great Gathering.org
Ronald Wadsworth: The Hopi Collective for Fair Trade Art Project
Bikbaye Inejnema: The Dogon Healing Center in Meritah, Africa
As a social entrepreneur, Ms. Delicado has dedicated her time, energy, and resources to encourage positive change and life balance around the world. Over the past decade her primary advocacy has been to focus on the preservation of indigenous traditions, natural resources and ecosystems. She is also a large supporter of alternative energy research, ancient wisdom, sustainable living, spiritual enlightenment and concepts of interconnectedness. She is an accomplished free-lance writer and published author, inspirational speaker, and donates her expertise to a wide-variety of traditional Indigenous communities and others sharing the same path around the world.
Ronald Wadsworth is from the Village of Shungopavi, the Mother Village of the Hopi people. He has dedicated his life to the preservation of the traditional teachings and ancient wisdom of his people. For 22 years he has been in service to three High Chiefs of Shungopavi Village, where the full yearly Ceremonial Cycles are still being held in the same way they were a thousand years ago. Come and hear Ronald speak on what it means to BE Hopi and how it relates to each of us in this changing time.
Bikbaye Inejnema has followed in the footsteps of the ancestors of the Pharaoh’s of ancient Egypt when he was initiated into the Dogon/Kemetic way of life. He became a dedicated student with Master Naba Lamoussa Mordenibig, an authentic Dogon and Kemetic high priest and healer of Burkina Faso, West Africa, in the mid 90′s. Bikbaye was taught how to read, write, and speak the Medu Neter (Hieroglyphic writing of ancient Egypt) along with having a deep understanding of its spiritual and philosophical meanings. Now he is sharing this knowledge with the guidance of the Kemetic Elders in Merita (Africa) through The Earth Center schools to assist the process of awakening humanity and reconnecting us to the spiritual world.