Ascension Rising Conference featuring James Gilliland, Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Dr. Dream, Lynne D. Kitei & Celeste Yarnall

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Ascension Rising Conference featuring James Gilliland, Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Dr. Dream, Lynne D. Kitei & Celeste Yarnall

Time: November 1, 2013 to November 3, 2013
Location: Hilton Sedona Resort
City/Town: Sedona, Arizona USA
Website or Map: http://www.Galacticu.com/live…
Phone: sierra@GalacticU.com
Event Type: conference, retreat, ascension
Organized By: Ascension Rising Conference
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2013

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Speakers

  • James Gilliland: Protocols for Contact, Who is Who in the Multiverse
  • Laura Magdalene Eisenhower: Timelines, Hidden Agendas and Sacred Union, Gaia-Sophia and Our Alchemy into Ascension
  • Dr.Dream:Raising the Frequency: Our Empowered Path of Ascension, Universal LOVE Galactivation
  • Celeste Yarnall: Celestial Ascension and the Art of Wellness
  • Lynne D. Kitei, M.D.: Beyond the Phoenix Lights
  • Sierra Neblina: City of Light Activation, Discovering your Galactic Nature, Dynamics of Physical Ascension from the Galactics, Anchoring Nova Gaia
  • Jeri Castronova: The Goddess and the Game Board: The A Guide to the Golden Age with Messages from the Archangels, Ascended Masters and Galactic Beings
  • Don Daniels: Evolution Through Contact: Becoming a Cosmic Citizen, Invitation for Contact: Meditation Under the Stars, Galactic Perspective Q&A
  • Cynthia Olivera de Kapp: Heaven Scent: Gifts from Mother Earth
  • Amalia Camateros N.D.: Ascension Down Under
  • Sean Kehoe: Preparing You and Your Community for Galactic Contact
  • Richard Moritz: Sacred Geometry, Ascension and You
  • Itasha: Spiritual interactions between on planet and off planet beings

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