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'Stop California Fires' Ceremony at Los Muertos Pier

August 24, 2018

A 'Stop California Fires' ceremony, led by Azteca Itzcax and his Danzas, Cherokee Phil Kerr and Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee, will be held August 25 at 12 pm at Cuates y Cuetes, next to Los Muertos Pier.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - You are joyfully invited to join in the global "Stop California Fires" ceremony on Saturday, August 25 at 12:00 noon at Cuates y Cuetes Restaurant, next to Los Muertos Pier. If you can't make it, please take a moment to send some love to Mother Earth, ideally at that time, in solidarity.

The ceremony will be led by Azteca Itzcax and his Danzas, Cherokee Phil Kerr, and Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee, whose Native American Olympic Team Foundation (NAOTF.org) organized the event here in PV through Vallarta Saludable.


You will be in solidarity with gifted Elders and Earth healers, like NAOTF's Olivia Ellis, who helped end Southern California's 7-year drought in 2004. They will be leading ceremonies on holy mountains from LA's Mt. Baldy, Tahoe's Mt. Tallac (led by the Washoe) and Mt. Shasta (led by the Karuk) to Oregon's Mt. Ashland, Colorado's Telluride (Rabbi Saftler) and on Mexico's oceans (led by Azteca-Huicholes) - all to give more love, appreciation, peace and joy to Mother Earth. Then California need not lose another 10 million precious trees, billions of animals, plus people, homes and snow as in 2017, which Harvard says causes the heating of our oceans and planet.

Many places worldwide are in drought, and fire prone, and the warming oceans are killing our coral. So know that wherever you are praying from is also being blessed with what is dearly needed.

The elders and Japan's Dr. Emoto say this love energy helps raise the vibration of the mountains and oceans that helps clear them of pollution, which enhances natural precipitation. That is why the UN Sustainability officer urged us to spread these ceremonies. And why Robert 'Bobcat' Brothers, a Harvard-Berkeley PhD NW forest protector who organizes annual snow gratitude ceremonies at Oregon's Mt. Ashland, was inspired to help Olivia spread this to a global embrace.

To learn more about the Mt. Baldy ski area interfaith pilgrimage ceremony through LA's Aetherius Society, click HERE.

If you would also love to give a hand with travel expenses for the Elders and Earth healers to get to their mountain ceremonies on Aug 25, and help make possible Native ski programs so they can give this nurturing love to Mother Earth's mountain chains year-round, you can do so through The Native American Olympic Team Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which accepts tax-deductible donations in the U.S and Mexico at snow-riders.org, or via PayPal to suzynativevoices@aol.com. Tsunamis of love of appreciation for also spreading the word!

Olivia said, "The Star People are reaching out with their invisible hands to help us mightily at this time. Let us stand and deliver with them, arms interwoven with theirs as we praise Creator for perfecting this Earth Goddess we call Home and for guiding us all!"

Suzy Chaffee, a former Olympic skier who helped invent dancing down mountains, has turned activist, journalist, filmmaker, and has worked with seven U.S. Presidents. She is now co-chairman of a non-profit partnership of the Elders of the Americas and Olympians, called the Native American Olympic Team Foundation, which aims to heal Mother Earth for all our children through joyful sports and education. For more information, contact Suzy at SuzyNativeVoices(at)aol.com or visit Snow-Riders.org or NAOTF.org.