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Special focus from Adam's Calendar: SUPERMOON 3

  • Adams Calendar, Mpumalanga, South Africa (map)

Remotely.

If you choose to contact me, join me and/or donate, you agree to everything on the Small print page including:

  • You receive a group as well as an individual focus: my focus always goes to your area of greatest need first.

  • Sorry, I offer no emotional support or personal advice.

  • You will receive a photo message the same day (internet connection not withstanding).

  • Any photograph is for personal use only and cannot be distributed, reproduced, altered, sold or used professionally.

  • Please note all email content and written session feedback is copyright protected.

  • No return donations.


An individual focus from a special place in nature accelerated by high frequency Earth energies.


INSTRUCTIONS

  • At the time, it does not matter what you are doing. You may be sleeping.

  • Some people like to join me in the style of a mini-immersion: meditating; taking quiet time; or simply carrying on as usual.

  • On the day, hydrate well: up to 2 litres of hot or cold water - not juice or tea.

  • Later you will likely feel very tired. Take a bath or foot soak in up to 500g of pink himalayan salt; nothing else.

  • Allow plenty of time for rest/reflection and try to have an early night.


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Adam’s calendar

Adam’s Calendar, originally known as the Blaauboschkraal stone ruins, is controversially suggested to be the oldest man-made structure in the world. Located in Mpumalanga, South Africa it is a standing stone circle about 30 metres in diameter and has been estimated by some accounts to be more than 75,000 years old. Various astronomical alignments have been identified at the site and it is possibly the only example of a completely functional, mostly intact megalithic stone calendar in the world. The stones are known for the special sounds and vibrations they make once you hit them. They are thought to be black dolorite.


PREVIOUSLY

Ggantija, Gozo. Dec 2018. Theme: end of the destructive feminine.

Mt Tindaya, Fuerteventura. Dec 2017. Theme: meeting your future self.

Ise Grand Shrine, Japan. March 2018. Theme: inner purity.

Pyramid of the Sun, Bosnia. Jun 2017. Theme: frequency acceleration.

Glastonbury Tor, UK. Jun 2017. Theme: balancing the masculine & feminine.

Earlier Event: March 19
Healers' & therapists' support group
Later Event: March 28
Silent focus group in Bruton