Friday, May 1, 2009

What ancient cultures can teach us about Mother Earth

For more information contact For Immediate Release
Kellie Galucki, 718-655-6663,

Lecture: What ancient cultures can teach us about Mother Earth

Friday May 15th, 7PM, The Cornell Cooperative

The Roycroft Campus, 21 South Grove St. East Aurora NY

Native American cultures in upstate NY from the Hopewell (mound builders) to the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) created a variety of structures to tap into Mother Earth—from mounds to ceremonial circles. What wisdom can we gather from them to improve our relationship with Mother Earth so that we may be better tackle the problems we face today from global warming to the swine flu.

Madis Senner of www.MotherEarthPrayers and author of The Way Home—Making Heaven on Earth will share his experiences of surveying sacred sites in upstate NY and tell us what he has learned from ancient cultures.

This will be more than a talk and will contain an experiential component where people will be able to sense, or see first hand how things affect Mother Earth.

The cost to attend this event is $10.