Beacon Rock Shares Its Light

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We walked up Beacon Rock to join the walk of the Ancestors,

the spirits of land, and the natural elementals.

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We walked up Beacon Rock to honor the sacred lands that we now call home…

and in that walk, the land became our homelands.

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We now claim these lands as our homelands, because we want to take care of them.

We are the protectors of these lands.

 

Camilla Blossom & Portland’s Elderberry School of Herbal Medicine students climbed Beacon Rock to make offerings in ceremony, May 10th. Camilla was a guest teacher for the day and was guided to take the students to Beacon Rock to Listen to the Land and offer Nature Spirit Medicine.

 

 

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