Biodome outing on Monday, August 31st from 12 noon to 5pm. After the tour of the BioDome, Xi offers a brief workshop on the art on gridworking, then facilitates a group ceremony of an ancient form of geomancy, renewing and activating the earth grids through oracular singing. Working with both angelic and gaia magic frequencies, we bring in direct evolutionary pulses for the whole of humanity. Kenji will then do a Guided Meditation with the Biodome crystal/grid. Includes auric field cleansing, alignment and empowerment. 10-12 minutes (this will be recorded). Followed by a hike/drive to the Cataloochie Trail, for a Sacred Attunement in Nature. Alignment with the Nature Spirits, Devas and Overlighting Angel. Includes Pineal-Heart Chakra activation. 30-33 minutes. (also recorded). Limited to just 25 participants. While this is listed as an "add-on," one does NOT have to attend Camp Disclosure in order to attend this event. Please click on "Additional Information" tab for Schedule and Directions.
ABOUT THE BIODOME:
Located 1 mile (as the crow flies) from the Smokey Mountain National Park in Waynesville, near Maggie Valley, the Biodome was built in 1987 as the year-round food growing eco system for a community of 8 houses on 38 acres. John Denver had just finished building the first of this exact design (Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome scaled down from the Montreal World’s Fair model) at the Snowmass, Colorado’s Windstar Foundation. Denver came with his crew and our community engaged the builder’s services to erect a duplicate of Windstar’s biodome. Over the years, with the change of ownership, it was stripped down to “just the skin” of the biodome.
There is a huge vein of quartz running across this path in the mountains and we find quartz outcroppings all around. They definitely feel the amplifying effects!
Although in its current reincarnation the biodome houses Nina Howard's art studio, she is led to share the biodome with everyone understanding its’ vibrational qualities as a healing sanctuary. It is her gift. Groups often come for prayer and meditation, solstices, equinox, eclipse and potluck gatherings on an “as available” basis. Everyone seems to feel like they have had a vacation after coming here and their energy added to the property is much appreciated.
To find out more about the biodome, please visit https://www.facebook.com/BiodomeGardenCommunity.