Sedona City of the Star People

Sedona City of the Star People

Sedona City of the Star People

Sedona: City of the Star People reveals the esoteric history of Sedona, Arizona, which author Pinkham says was known in very ancient times as Palatkwapi, the "Red House." According to Hopi legend, Extraterrestrial Star People built Palatkwapi as a glorious city of sacred wisdom. It was here that the migrating Hopis learned their sacred rites and dances, as well as many mysteries of the universe. Since 1987, author Mark Amaru Pinkham has been blessed with the ability to envision Palatkwapi as it exists now--an interdimensional city that co-exists with the physical town of Sedona. Many of Palatkwapi's temples continue to exist physically within Sedona in a water-worn condition, and on higher dimensions they survive in their original perfection. In Sedona: City of the Star People Mark recounts his first experiences with the temples of Palatkwapi in Boynton Canyon, the largest of the four major vortexes of Sedona, and then he shares his experiences during the following 27 years as he continuously returns to study their design and function. The book culminates in Mark's discovery of a royal court composed of red rock temples that he now identifies as the ancient seat of the Hopis' King of the World, the Star Being known as Masau'u. Through his direct study with the Yezidi priests of Iraq, Mark has further discovered that Masau'u is another name for the Yezidis' King of the World, Tawsi Melek, the Peacock Angel, and that the planetary monarch is due to soon make his presence known among the masses. Could it be in Sedona?

The People Power Education Superbook Book 15 Grade School Address Guide Websites for Most American Schools

The  People Power  Education Superbook  Book 15  Grade School Address Guide  Websites for Most American Schools

The People Power Education Superbook Book 15 Grade School Address Guide Websites for Most American Schools

This book lists most American public school addresses and websites. It covers charter schools, private schools, religious schools and other options like native schools and some alternative schools but there is a separate book in this series for that.

Ripples of the Universe

Ripples of the Universe

Ripples of the Universe

Ask a random American what springs to mind about Sedona, Arizona, and they will almost certainly mention New Age spirituality. Nestled among stunning sandstone formations, Sedona has built an identity completely intertwined with that of the permanent residents and throngs of visitors who insist it is home to powerful vortexes—sites of spiraling energy where meditation, clairvoyance, and channeling are enhanced. It is in this uniquely American town that Susannah Crockford took up residence for two years to make sense of spirituality, religion, race, and class. Many people move to Sedona because, they claim, they are called there by its special energy. But they are also often escaping job loss, family breakdown, or foreclosure. Spirituality, Crockford shows, offers a way for people to distance themselves from and critique current political and economic norms in America. Yet they still find themselves monetizing their spiritual practice as a way to both “raise their vibration” and meet their basic needs. Through an analysis of spirituality in Sedona, Crockford gives shape to the failures and frustrations of middle- and working-class people living in contemporary America, describing how spirituality infuses their everyday lives. Exploring millenarianism, conversion, nature, food, and conspiracy theories, Ripples of the Universe combines captivating vignettes with astute analysis to produce a unique take on the myriad ways class and spirituality are linked in contemporary America.

Moon Phoenix Scottsdale Sedona

Moon Phoenix  Scottsdale   Sedona

Moon Phoenix Scottsdale Sedona

Whether you're hiking red rock trails in the Valley of the Sun or relaxing in Scottsdale's resorts, take Arizona at your own speed with Moon Phoenix, Scottsdale & Sedona. Inside you'll find: Strategic, flexible itineraries like a luxurious desert getaway, a family road trip, and the 4-day best of the Valley of the Sun Unique experiences and can't-miss sights: Explore the local art scene, from Native American exhibits to contemporary galleries, and taste the best Sonoran-style cuisine this side of the Mexican border. Luxuriate in five-star resorts, world-class spas, and gourmet restaurants. Go stargazing in Sedona or bar-hopping in Scottsdale. Hike water-carved canyons and climb mountains or hit the links in the golf capital of the West. Discover the rich culture of the Native American people who first settled the Valley, and venture to the leafy respite of Oak Creek Canyon to picnic between trout-filled ponds and towering red-rock monoliths The top spots for outdoor adventures, from rock climbing and hiking along hidden mountain trails to sunset hot air ballooning and exhilarating desert Jeep tours Expert advice from Phoenix local Lilia Menconi on when to go, how to get around, and where to stay, with special focus on the best resorts in the area Full-color, vibrant photos and detailed maps throughout Thorough background on the culture, environment, wildlife, and history With Moon's practical tips and local know-how, you can experience Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sedona your way. Expanding your trip? Try Moon Arizona & the Grand Canyon. Hitting the road? Try Moon Southwest Road Trip.

The Temples of Golden Light

The Temples of Golden Light

The Temples of Golden Light

The Temples of Golden Light are a gift from Source, to re-balance planet earth with Goddess energy, raising the vibration through ascension. As etheric temples each temple may be visited during meditation, contemplation or one’s sleep state for healing, relaxation, upliftment, inspiration, cellular renewal, also for the release of any energy blocks stopping you from moving forward. The Temples will give you guidance and protection, they are filled with much love and total light. The Temples of Golden Light are sacred goddess temples of golden light. Three Goddesses over-light the temples, Lady Nada, twin flame of Jesus Christ, Goddess Jacinta she works with the Rainforests and Nature on planet Earth, and Goddess Lathinda who comes from another universe called the Universe of Golden Light. Surrounded by the Rainbow Angels who are able to heal all of your chakras at the same time, under the guidance of 2 New Archangels called Archangel Metaziel and his twin flame Archangel Honoriel. The 144 Temples of Golden Light align to all of the pure energies within this wonderful Universe, and the Gods/Goddesses of Love and Light of Source. The Temples of Golden Light are surrounded by Four Universal Global Golden Seraphim Angels of the Highest Order representing north, south, east and west of our beautiful planet. Being a gift from source the temples may bring about Miracles. The aim of the Temples of Golden Light being to heal Humanity and Mother Earth herself bringing Peace and Harmony to a New Earth.

They Called Me Starchild

They Called Me Starchild

They Called Me Starchild

Who am I? Why am I here? What is my lifes purpose? These seem like reasonable questions that should automatically come with answers at the time of our birth, but they dont. Instead, we spend our lives trying to figure them out through trial and error or what Rena calls enlightenment through life experience. Encouraged to share her experience by her guides, she reveals how easy it is to ask for help and ignore the answers. To allow internal fears and preconceived ideas blind us from our true calling. But most importantly, she shows us how patient the universe is knowing that we are energetic beings living a physical life who need their help. Through her book, Rena shares her sacred journey to finding her lifes purposea journey that began with hearing the name Starchild. When we are ready, we will hear, see, feel, and know the answers to our questions and have the undeniable knowledge of who we are, and why we are here (Rena Huisman). Rena is the author of The Would-Be Medium: My Ten-Year Journey as a Workshop Junkie. She lives in Fairfax, Virginia, with her husband (Kurt), son (Travis) and little furry one, Stitch. Her daughter, Sydney, is a proud member of the US Navy. www.RenaHuisman.com