Crystal Skulls & Mayan Temples
Colorado Conference Center, Saturday June 20th 2009
On Saturday, June 20th Shaman-Ceremonialist LionFire will be in Crestone at the Colorado College Conference Center to present 2 talks. The morning presentation, from 10am to noon, is entitled “Ancient Skulls and Spiritual Tools, Using Sacred Objects for Focus and Healing.” The presenter, LionFire, is a Reiki Master, certified acupuncturist, practitioner of kundalini healings, auric cleansings, and charka activations. He has extensive experience using crystals, feathers, sound and ceremonial tools in his practices for over 25 years.
Currently LionFire is deeply committed to rescuing hundreds of “crystal skulls” and artifacts excavated by archeologists from ancient tombs of a forgotten civilization in Mongolia and northeastern China before new hydro-electric development floods the area. You will have an opportunity to view several of his amazing Skulls and mysterious artifacts “up close and personal” during the day at Colorado College. You can support this on-going rescue project by buying your very own “Crystal Skull”, thus helping to airlift more of these precious objects of antiquity to safety.
In the afternoon of June 20th, from 2 to 4pm, Lion Fire will give his second talk on another of his specialties, “Exploring the Mysteries of the Maya.” LionFire’s credentials regarding Mayan culture are impressive. He has studied with Mayan shamans, and has been Mayan Guide for such notables as Drunvalo Melchizedec and Sioux Chief Standing Elk. He is a “Solar Initiate” and “Priest of Ix Chel,” as well as being made an honorary member of the World Natural Health Organization at the First International Gathering of Indigenous Cultures, held in Merida, Mexico in 2000.
LionFire is also an artist and performer, has a Masters Degree in Painting and Drawing, and has his works in private and public collections around the world, including the Royal Library in Copenhagen, Denmark. He will present 2 of his video graphic works, “Secrets of the Maya Chakra Temples” and “Maya Landing” during the afternoon presentation on Saturday.
Saturday evening from 7 to 8:30pm, the venue will shift to Jodi Tucker’s Dreamweaver site at the corner of 2-tree (Camino Real) and Heatherbrae in the Baca where LionFire will lead “Mayan Fire Ceremony and Drumming,” followed by DJ, Elf Moon’s Tribal Trance Music from 9 to midnight. Dance in the SUMMER SOLSTICE! No alcohol please.
The cost for the entire event is a suggested donation of $35. Each presentation separately – morning, afternoon or evening – will be offered for the suggested donation of $15.
Sunday, June 21st from 10am to noon, you are invited to join LionFire and his wife Mary for Brunch at the Harvest Restaurant in downtown Crestone. This will be your last opportunity to purchase Skulls and Artifacts. LionFire is making himself available Friday evening or Sunday afternoon for private healing sessions as well. Contact Betsi at 256-4400 for clarification or to make a reservation.