Open Invitation to do a healing ceremony for Pluto's Cave on the Full Moon (11:34 PDT) with Phoenix and her Apprentices, who did a four hour cleansing ceremony there two years ago and it needs it again.
If you would like to join us, its a simple and small group to participate together for healing specifics. Inviting sacred healers, and drummers who are also welcome to join with the powers of their drums.
Pluto's Cave near Mt Shasta
August 7, 2017
Sacred Circle, arriving
at 10:00-10:30 am
We are a couple of healers, drummers and spiritual people going to Pluto's Cave to do some healing work, and calling to the ancient ancestors of this cave to assist our healing. We ask for support by those who are drummers, singers, dancers in a sacred way, with the sacred intention of purification and renewal of the cave and the surrounding area.
Things to bring...
A blanket to sit on, plenty of water for your needs, an offering to the cave itself (flowers, sage, smudge, tobacco, water, a stone etc). Bring your heart, your drum, rattle, song, dance etc. If you cannot make it, please join us from your home to add purification and healing for othe cave where ancient ones used to live. Also bring some food for you just in case you are hot and tired (to refuel).
Please, no children or pets... thank you.
Pluto’s Cave is located near Road A-12, 3.3 miles from Highway 97 on the left. Follow the dirt road 0.2 miles, then follow the trail on foot approximately 0.3 miles to the cave opening. Pluto’s Cave was formed by an eruption a basaltic lava which originated from a vent about 8 miles to the northeast, between Deer Mountain and The Whaleback. The lava flow is about 190,000 years old. The first record of it’s discovery was by Nelson Cash in 1863 while he was gathering stray cattle. Local Native Americans used the cave long before the 17 or 1800s. John Muir visited it and wrote about it in “Steep Tails” in 1888.
Circle lead by Phoenix the Elder
and Marilee NiEtain - Soul Tribe Sanctuary
From I-5 in Weed, CA - travel northwest on US Hwy 97 approx 7 miles to County Road A-12. Turn left and go approx 3.3 miles to Forest Road 43N30. Turn left go approx .2 mile to the parking area.
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