Saturday, July 17, 2010

Realign with your core self this weekend

A message from Carl Johan Calleman

Dear Friends,

For some time now elders of several indigenous peoples have held gatherings to prepare for a new time to come. In the words of Don Alejandro Oxlaj of the Maya: "The time of 13 Ahau and 13 Baktun is the time of the return of the ancestors and the men of wisdom."

Also this upcoming weekend, July 17-18, 2010 of the Conscious Convergence, will include indigenous peoples from many parts of the world and a global medicine wheel ceremony, which will allow the Eagle, the people of the north and the mind, and the Condor, the people of the south and the heart, to fly together. To this event, which sets the intention of manifesting unity consciousness as part of the global transformation predicted by the Mayan calendar, all people of our planet are invited. This will be one of the defining moments in the history of our planet when those committed to being co-creators of the cosmic plan will step forward and set their intentions as part of the larger human race. And so, if you share such a commitment, it is critical to take part and let your friends know about it so that they will not miss out. The program is outlined at:

Lilou Mace has interviewed Barbara Hand Clow, Barbara Marx Hubbard and James Redfield as to their views of the importance of the Conscious Convergence.

BARBARA HAND CLOW (in 5 parts)


JAMES REDFIELD (in one part)

Carl Johan

Monday, July 12, 2010


Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib bin Mahmud (born 21 May 1936 in Miri, Sarawak) is the fourth and current Chief Minister of Sarawak. He is also the state Financial Minister and state Planning and Resource Management Minister. Taib is the President of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), which is part of the Barisan Nasional coalition. He is of ethnic Melanau descent.

Taib is informally known as Pak Uban, which translates into "white-haired uncle". Among Chinese speaking communities he is known as Bai Mao (白毛) which means "white hair." Another informal name for him, in reference to the British Brooke family that ruled Sarawak as White Rajahs in the 19th and early 20th century, is "last white rajah" or "white-haired rajah." Holding the post of the Chief Minister of Sarawak since 1981, he is the longest serving Chief Minister in Malaysia. Being a member of the Malaysian Parliament for 38 years, Taib is also the second longest serving parliamentarian in Malaysia after Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.

[Source: Wikipedia]

Congratulations, Taib!

Sunday, July 11, 2010