Sacred Ceremony to Honor the Pequots
Join Jessica Hunter of Hunter Healing Hands on July 13 from 7:30 to 10pm for a sacred shamanic ceremony for healing and honoring the victims, perpetrators, and the land connected with the Pequot War.
This ceremony is being held on the anniversary of the "Great Swamp Fight," one of the largest and most impactful Native American battles in the history of New England. The battle finally ended in Fairfield (Southport) on July 13, 1637. The purpose with this ceremony is to honor the natives who sacrificed their lives and their land. This event will include shamanic healing work for all victims, perpetrators and the land, including healing for our own ancestral ties to these entanglements.
All welcome to attend, no experience necessary. Space is limited; those aged 18 and up welcome to attend. The first part of this evening will begin at Hunter Healing Hands in Bridgeport, and then continue at various land locations connected to the Pequot War to leave offerings for the remainder of the evening.
Exchange is $40 with pre-registration. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.
Disclaimer: Note that this event is not associated with or sponsored by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation or any of its affiliates.
For more information or to register, call Jessica Hunter at 203-916-8381 or email at HunterHealingHands@hotmail.com. If you cannot attend but would like to make a donation to support this ceremony, contact Jessica. See ad, page 9.Edit ModuleShow Tags