Walk the Path of Star Knowledge in December: Join indigenous chiefs, medicine people and wisdom keepers as they share knowledge of the Earth, at this special event in Carefree
Nov 04, 2012 11:44AM
● By By Alan Blackburn
Since 1996, Chief Golden Light Eagle of the Yankton Sioux has hosted the Star Knowledge Conferences. This is where indigenous chiefs, medicine people and wisdom keepers gather to share knowledge of the Earth, star nation, and ascended realms. They invite individuals to share their journey and learn to walk our Mother Earth in a heartfelt, sustainable way, creating a beautiful world for generations to come.
This four-day gathering, celebrating the reunion of the Eagle and the Condor, White Buffalo Calf Woman and Corn Woman, and the 12th-dimensional frequencies of 2012, will be held December 10, 11, 12 and 13 at the Carefree Resort. This year’s event welcomes many indigenous elders from both the north and south of Turtle Island that are coming to reactivate the ancient wisdom and give guidance for our walk here on Mother Earth.
The new generations have new solutions for the Earth Walk, and this year, Star Knowledge Conference invites children to participate in a newly formed Global Children’s Council. Young Star Family members are encouraged to explore and create their own group within the conference and present their own knowledge back to the group at the closing ceremony. Activities include art, drama, music and interviews between the children and the indigenous elders presenting at the conference.
For ages 6 and up, the council will meet every day from 10 a.m. to noon, and will make a presentation to the main conference after the meeting on the fourth day. Children ages 6 and under are welcome to the council if they are accompanied by an adult. Children 12 and under are allowed to attend the conference with their parents with no conference registration fee, but will pay for the council as an independent workshop at $25/day.
For those unable to attend in person, a Livestream option may be purchased at the website for $44 for all four days. Participants will be able to join in via video, using an Internet service and computer. A camera will be set up in the main hall of speakers to broadcast the first to the last speaker each day. A minimum of one week’s notice is required for setup.
Admission is $75 per day or $222 for all four. Upon registration, participants will receive a passcode for a major discount on resort lodging. Speakers will also hold more intimate workshops outside the main hall. Fees are $20 for one-hour workshops and $28 for two-hour workshops, payable onsite.
For more information, visit StarKnowledgeConference.com.