We live in a very responsible and a very important time because Earth as a living organism has reached a certain age. The sacred sites are challenging humans to develop their minds towards a greater understanding of life. People like us gathered from different nations, ethnicities, and cultures—all brought here because our sacred sites are calling. It’s very important to develop an education through the indigenous people’s perspective. Humanity is ready to understand the world through the language of indigenous people. We’re not just talking with each other. The sacred sites are talking with us as well, and we are connecting the sacred sites.
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