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2012 The 7 Sisters, Pleiades Thrive


Sat 20 Apr 2013, 1:00pm–2:30pm

Where: Newtown Neighborhood Centre, 1 Bedford Street, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $23.00 ($20.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • general admission: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Australian Aboriginal myth ‘Tjukurpa’ of the Pleiades (the hunted maidens) is a talk hosted by Ian Mortimer.

What happened to you in December 2012 when we entered the Photon Belt surrounding the Pleiades?

Why did the Mayan Calender end in 2012?

How do we thrive through these times of dread fear and creative spiritual ecstasy?

In 1980 I was asked by Traditional Significant Aboriginal Elders in the central desert area to bring this ancient story out in a modern way to non-aboriginal peoples. It took years of study, dreams and spiritual synchronicity before the story started to make sense then many more years of world events, emerging knowledge and personal maturity before I was ready to begin with these discussions on the Tjukurpa of the Seven Sisters and effects of the Precession of Equinoxes.

The 7 Sisters is the oldest myth in the world. The telling of stories is an important survival tool for the human species. How can a story that has been told in Australia, in isolation for at least forty thousand years, turn up in the North American Aboriginal culture in an identical form, and the same in ancient Thailand, Egypt, Denmark, China, Greece, Japan and in all religions & mythos across the planet, if it does not carry a potent message for all of humanity?

The story answers questions about the Pyramids, Quantum Physics, Sex, Addictions, Super-Human Evolution, Kundalini and the Pineal gland, Quabala, Ba Ra Ka, Religious Mystics, Genetic Engineering, Psychic self Defence and Vampires.

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on...” - William Shakespeare

Imagination: The most powerful nation on earth.