Group distant healing event
21 December 2010
Summer Solstice in the South
Winter Solstice in the North
Linking with the 27th sacred site Full Moon attunement of the
Grand Maya Itza Council, to be focused on
Machu Picchu, Peru
-All are welcome to participate in this event -
The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event on Tuesday 21 December, starting at 2 pm local Brazilian time, which is 5 pm GMT/Universal Time. The event will continue for about 3 hours, ending around 8 pm GMT/Universal Time. To check the starting time of this event in your part of the world, please go to this link.
All people and animals everywhere in the world are welcome to join us for this event, either on a once-off donation basis or by opting for annual membership to Earth Heal, and being included in all our distant healing events for the coming year. Those in disadvantaged circumstances are included on a pro bono basis, so please feel free to contact us at earthhealadmin@gmail dot com to arrange to be part of this event.
The treatment will include more than 200 participants globally, and will be facilitated on the NE coast of Brazil by Edna Spennato, working under guidance from the collective Higher Self of the group.
Six surrogates, in Brazil, South Africa, Ireland, the USA, and Austria will anchor incoming healing energy during the treatment process and release the energies that are "no longer needed" on behalf of the participants and the planetary morphic field as a whole.
For more info about this event and the experience of participating, please go to this link.
For info on how to register as a non-member participant in the 21 December 2010 event, please go to this link.
The participant's registration form can be viewed at this link.
Feedback received from our recent Equinox event on 23 September 2010 can be read at these links:
Feedback from the facilitator and surrogates after the 23 September 2010 eventTo read extracts from the information that came up during the treatment process for the group of participants and on a planetary level during the 23 September 2010 event, please go to this link:
Feedback from participants after the 23 September 2010 event
This is an opportunity to harmonise our rhythms with the solar and lunar cycles and to utilise the powerful incoming energies available for personal and planetary healing on this special day.
The December Solstice will occur at 23:38 (or 11.38pm) GMT/UTC on December 21, 2010. It is also known as the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere and the Summer Solstice in the southern hemisphere due to the seasonal differences.
What happens during the December Solstice?
The December solstice occurs when the sun reaches its most southerly declination of -23.5 degrees. In other words, it is when the North Pole is tilted 23.5 degrees away from the sun.
On this date, all places above a latitude of 66.5 degrees north are now in darkness, while locations below a latitude of 66.5 degrees south receive 24 hours of daylight.
The sun is directly overhead on the Tropic of Capricorn in the southern hemisphere during the December solstice. It also marks the longest day of the year in terms of daylight hours for those living south of the Tropic of Capricorn. Those living or travelling south from the Antarctic Circle towards the South Pole will see the midnight sun during this time of the year.
On the contrary, for an observer in the northern hemisphere, the December solstice marks the day of the year with the least hours of daylight for those living north of the Tropic of Cancer. Those living or traveling north of the Arctic Circle towards the North Pole will not be able to see the sun during this time of the year.
The Solstice was a special time for many ancient cultures, including the Incas, who celebrated a special festival to honor the sun god at the time of the December solstice. In the 16th century ceremonies were banned by the Roman Catholics in their bid to convert the Inca people to Christianity. A local group of Quecia Indians in Cusco, Peru, revived the festival in the 1950s. It is now a major festival that begins in Cusco and proceeds to an ancient amphitheater a few miles away.Total Lunar Eclipse on 21 December 2010
A total lunar eclipse on December 21, 2010, will be the last eclipse of the year. This will be the second of two lunar eclipses in 2010. The last time a total lunar eclipse occurred was on February 21, 2008.A total lunar eclipse takes place whenever the moon passes right through the Earth’s dark umbral shadow. This can only happen at full moon, which is when the moon has swung directly opposite the sun in our sky, in its monthly orbit of Earth. During this total lunar eclipse, the moon will be totally immersed in Earth’s shadow for 72 minutes. A partial eclipse lasting for nearly the same period of time will precede and follow the total eclipse. The entire eclipse from start to finish will last about 3.5 hours.
This December solstice eclipse is also the northernmost total lunar eclipse for several centuries. There won’t be a total lunar eclipse this far north on the sky’s dome until December 21, 2485.That’s because this eclipse is happening almost simultaneously with the December solstice – which in 2010 occurs on December 21 – when the sun will be southernmost for this year. Remember, a totally eclipsed full moon has to lie exactly opposite the sun. The winter sun rides low to the south now, as it crosses the sky each day. So this December full moon is far to the north on the sky’s dome.
The global visibility of this lunar eclipse is shown in the diagram above.
An explanation of this diagram can be found here.See this link for an animation showing the moon's passage through the earth's partial and full shadows in relation to Universal time, or the video clip below.
Where will the eclipse be visible?
The December 21 lunar eclipse will be visible to observers in North America and western South America.
Most of Europe and Africa experience moonset while the eclipse is in progress. Only northern Scandinavians can catch the entire event from Europe. The moon rises in the eclipse for observers in eastern Asia... The moon will be situated in the constellation Taurus, close to the border with Gemini, and near the most northerly point in the moon’s orbit at that time of the year.
When will the eclipse occur?
The eclipse’s total phase lasts for 72 minutes. The penumbral eclipse begins at 05:29:17 GMT/UTC and the partial eclipse starts at 06:32:37 gmt/UTC. The total eclipse begins at 07:40:47 GMT/UTC and the point of the greatest eclipse occurs at 08:16:57 GMT/UTC. The total eclipse ends at 08:53:08 GMT/UTC, followed by the end of the partial eclipse at 10:01:20 GMT/UTC. The penumbral eclipse ends at 11:04:31 GMT/UTC.
The following map shows the areas where the total eclipse will be visible:
Visibility of the total eclipse.
This map shows the position of the Moon (the cross in the centre) at the time of maximum eclipse. The darkened area sees the whole total eclipse; the pink areas to the right see only the beginning; and the blue areas on the left see the end. The moment of maximum eclipse will be visible from the darker pink and blue areas, and the whole of the darkened area.The Maya Full Moon sacred site attunement for Machu Picchu, Peru
During our healing event, we will also tune in to the 27th Full Moon sacred site attunement of the Grand Maya Itza Council for the ancient Inca (and pre-Inca) sacred site of Machu Picchu in Peru.
The ruins of Machu Picchu are one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient sites in the world. While the Inca people erected hundreds of stone structures on the Andean mountain top from the early 1400's, legends, myths and archeological findings indicate that Machu Picchu (meaning 'Old Peak' in the Quechua language) was regarded as a sacred site from a far earlier time.
"Whatever its origins, the Inca turned the site into a small but extraordinary city. Invisible from below and completely self-contained, surrounded by agricultural terraces sufficient to feed the population and watered by natural springs, Machu Picchu seems to have been utilized by the Inca as a secret ceremonial city. Two thousand feet above the rumbling Urubamba river, the cloud shrouded ruins have palaces, baths, temples, storage rooms and some 150 houses, all in a remarkable state of preservation. These structures, carved from the gray granite of the mountain top are wonders of both architectural and aesthetic genius.
"Many of the building blocks weigh 50 tons or more, yet are so precisely sculpted and fitted together with such exactitude that the mortarless joints will not permit the insertion of even a thin knife blade. Massive, multi-sided blocks were precisely fitted together in interlocking patterns in order to withstand the disastrous effects of earth quakes (in an earthquake, the stones on Inca terrace walls lock together, allowing the entire wall to simultaneously flex and cohere).
"Little is known of the social or religious use of the site during Inca times... One of Machu Picchu's primary functions was that of astronomical observatory. ...There is also an Intihuatana alignment with the December solstice (the summer solstice of the southern hemisphere), when at sunset the sun sinks behind Pumasillo (the Puma's claw), the most sacred mountain of the western Vilcabamba range, but the shrine itself is primarily equinoctial.
"Shamanic legends tell that when a sensitive person touches their forehead to the Intihuatana stone it opens their vision to the spirit world. Intihuatana stones were the supremely sacred objects of the Inca people and were systematically searched for and destroyed by the Spaniards. When the Intihuatana stone was broken at an Inca shrine, the Inca believed that the deities of the place died or departed. The Spaniards never found Machu Picchu, even though they suspected its existence, thus the Intihuatana stone and its resident spirits remain in their original position.
"The mountain top sanctuary fell into disuse and was abandoned some forty years after the Spanish took Cuzco in 1533. It must be noted, however, that Machu Picchu is known to have been a ceremonial site many centuries and even millennia before the Inca developed and already had existing structures that were used for astronomical observations and ceremonial functions..."
More at this link.
General info about the upcoming Solstice event
During the treatment process, each participant will receive healing on an individual level and as part of the group, and participants will also be anchoring the planetary healing energies in their part of the world, releasing disharmonic energy and receiving healing energy on a collective level.
We use a cutting-edge distant healing method known as Synchronization Harmonics, and for those who have never before experienced distant healing work, this is the ideal opportunity.
After each healing event, feedback and detailed reports about what came up during the treatment process for the group, as well as for the collective consciousness on a planetary level, are mailed to participants.
First-time participants should e-mail us their details and pics as soon as possible, and no later than midnight GMT/UTC on Monday, 20 December.
>> List of all links related to the 21 December event
>> Starting times around the world for the 21 December event
>> How to participate in the event
>> More info about the event and the experience of participating
>> Participant's registration form
>> Information about annual membership to Earth Heal
>> Feedback from the facilitator and surrogates after the 23 September 2010 event
>> Feedback from participants after the 23 September 2010 event
>> Info about the December Solstice
>> December Solstice traditions and customs
>> Total Lunar Eclipse on December 21, 2010
>> Total Lunar Eclipse, depending on time zone
>> Sacred Sites - Machu Picchu
>> Maya Full Moon sacred site attunements till December 2012
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