Sacred Fire

In 1989, Native American peoples of many nations, with varied spiritual views, were invited to assemble at the Gathering of Eagles to spread the message of the new cycle “end time.” Every year since, attendees have offered their prayers to a sacred fire, whose ashes have been kept to share in new sacred fires. The […]

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Labyrinth Day

The first Saturday in May is the International Walk for Peace sponsored by the Labyrinth Society. We have quite a few labyrinths in Pahrump, and in 2012 we held a pot luck, divided into teams, and walked for peace at labyrinths at various locations in the north, central and south Pahrump. Did you know the CoOp Extension […]

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2013 Strawberry Moon

What is a Strawberry Moon? The full moon that appears in June is called the Strawberry Moon. In North America, the peak harvesting season for strawberries in June gives that month’s full moon its name. The Strawberry Moon is one of the few full moon names that is universal to every Algonquin tribe. The Strawberry Moon of June […]

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Perseids Meteors

Woke up around 3:30 a.m. and decided to head on up to the Bunkhouse steps to see if I could see any of the Perseids meteors. WOW! Even though the moon and a few planets were extremely bright, if you stared at the sky you could catch the fast-moving, very bright comets streaking here and […]

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