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Earth and Star People Congress-Birthday Celebration

  • Apr 18, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Our cosmic awareness tells us that WE ARE NOT ALONE.

Since the 2012 dimensional shift, our cosmic awareness has intensified and deepened. Within this deepening awareness is a greater sensitivity to cosmic weather, planetary alignments, cosmic light, and unusual vibratory forces. The truth is...

Yes, you are an ascensional being. A being made from stardust.

Stars rush past. Motions of light. Solar intensity. Prismatic octaves forming within.

Let us align ourselves with star energy. With star energy you can further your spiritual growth, feel more balanced and centered, awaken your higher consciousness, use the star energy for self-healing, resolve blockages and problems, manifest your highest potential, and increase your inner vision.

Bask in peaceful, calm, cosmic light of Orion, Sirius of Canis Major, Pleiades, Arcturus, Capella, the Polar Star, the Milky Way, and the multitudinous expanse.

Our community, the Institute for the Shamanic Arts, is very fortunate to have a Starkeeper among us that has chosen to incarnate in human form. He is highly attuned to star energies and with his star contact has brought vast transformation to his own life.

He is known to us as Phillip Cash Cash.

For tonight’s very special ISA event, we will honor Phillip Cash Cash’s incarnation to human form in what is commonly known as a birthday or new years celebration.

We will meet at 6:00 p.m. and begin with a birthday blessing. Then we will enjoy a potluck supper together. After this, we will journey to the beat of the drum for star contact and then share our star-filled stories.

Please bring the following-

-vegetarian potluck dish

-your loving, open heart

-your light and joy

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  • A former member
    A former member

    The 2013 Lyrid meteor shower is now picking up steam under the darkness of the predawn sky. A dark sky after moonset is best for watching the Lyrid meteor, and in 2013, the moon doesn’t set till the wee hours after midnight. So the 2013 Lyrid shower should be at its best between moonset and dawn. This shower will probably rain down the most meteors in the dark hours before dawn on Monday, April 22. But start watching tonight, anyway. If you trace the paths of these meteors backward on the sky’s dome, you’ll find that they appear to originate from a point in the sky near the the star Vega, the heavens’ 5th brightest star. This is the shower’s radiant point. The radiant point for the Lyrid shower sits just to the right of Vega, which is the brightest star in the constellation Lyra the Harp. It’s from Vega’s constellation Lyra that the Lyrid meteor shower takes its name.

    2 · April 20, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'd rather have asteroids than hemorrhoids.

    April 19, 2013

  • Phil

    Star gathering was shimmering, even with the distractions! I thank you all. stars rushing past, Phil

    ps: will contact all of you again once my art piece is ready :)

    2 · April 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member


    April 19, 2013

  • Sandy M.

    Had a rough day today regrouping after my car was broken into last night. sorry, I'm staying home tonight

    April 18, 2013

  • Cindy M.

    I have to change my RSVP to no :( But the reason is cuz I am going skydiving for the first time that day! Didn't know it takes a whole afternoon plus the drive back to Tucson! I'm sure you all will have a most fabulous evening together! See ya'll soon at another meetup :) much love, cindy

    1 · April 16, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    It’s here! The Lyrid meteor shower lasts from about April 16 to 25, so, anytime now, you have an opportunity to see a Lyrid meteor, April’s shooting stars. Lyrid meteors tend to be bright and often leave trails. About 10-20 meteors per hour at peak can be expected around the peak morning on April 22, 2013.

    2 · April 16, 2013

  • Here F.

    A schedule change here makes my RSVP a maybe now...still hope to make it, but not positive.

    April 16, 2013

  • Cindy M.

    Sounds great! It is my birthday too! Fun!

    April 15, 2013

  • Nanette K.

    Sorry, but I can't make it. Phillip, I hope you have a fun birthday. :)

    April 13, 2013

  • Mitzi S.

    Yes I will try to make this one, I already send energy to the galaxy as often as i can

    April 9, 2013

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