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21 JUNE 2021, SUMMER SOLSTICE

[ALIEN] STAR DUST – SIGNAL TO NOISE
Online Meditation: Molecular Light for South America 


Hosted by artist Clarissa Ribeiro from Fortaleza, Brazil


Mark your calendar!

12 hours Meditation, 9am - 9pm PST /
Noon to Midnight EST / 1pm to 1am Brazil / 18h to 6am CET




 


 

Every hour on the hour, tune in from your time zone for special guests
initiating the meditation with the Campo de Cielo meteorite!


Claudia Jacques, Tania Fraga,
Amy-Claire Huestis, Josely Carvalho,
Karla Brunet, Rejane Spitz, Suzete Venturelli,
Cristina Aguillera, Renata La Rocca,
Hector Rocha, Jorge William Agudelo


and many other surprise guests!

 


Audiences are invited to add 30 second recordings to the 

BREATH LIBRARY
 
CLICK HERE TO DONATE YOUR BREATH


Participants from around the world who came together to focus and breathe to raise awareness and healing for our planet and one another. This activity was s visualized in real time by John Brumley showing rays of light streaming from their locations.

All were invited to record and upload 30 seconds of their breathing and this was incorporated into the audio. Forty people responded and this inspired us to start a LIBRARY of BREATHS.



View Interactive Globe

 


 



A call for helping vulnerable minorities
to fight for their rights including access to
nutrition by owning their lands

 

CIMI CONSELHO
INDIGENISTA MISSIONÁRIO

Donate

 

 COIAB AMAZÔNIA

Donate

 

 FOIRN

Donate

 

INSTITUTO
SOCIOAMBIENTAL

Donate


 



[Alien] refers to looking up into outer space for star dust but then turning our gaze back down to earth extending the idea that everything is interconnected, flowing, flying and mixing around our planet and beyond. 

From Africa, Saharan sand dust falling on the Alps to the ash from fires in Australia landing in Europe – this dust is the earthly alien dust that mixes with the space dust. 

Star dust is 1/10th of the width of a human hair and 70-100 tons of this extra-terrestrial falls on earth every single day and these invisible grains hold the mystery of our cosmic roots. 

All the molecules in our bodies originate with that residual stardust that finds its way into plants, and from there into the nutrients we need to survive.  Analyses of the organic matter in meteorites can provide insights into the types of chemical reactions and organic compounds providing insights into the history of our planetary system and origins of life on Planet Earth.

From the stars to our farmable lands and tables – having access to nutrients is crucial to survive. On June 21st 2021 we invite all planetary beings, from quantum to macro scale entities that collaborate in our bodies’ temporary existence, to join this online meditation sending light and inviting to make donations to indigenous organizations in South America that help communities who are under threat during covid 19 pandemic to have voice and gain strength to fight for their rights.

All can contribute to the 12 hours online event by sending a 30 seconds short video recording you breathing close to a plants’ excerpt or something that reminds you of our essential connection to all the chemicals in nature.

 

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