Author Archives: Sacred Sites Foundation

Follow this Golden Songline. 5 Adventures over 5 Years with Dean Liprini

This first Golden Circle Songline flows from South Africa – Sacred Earth Mother Vagina/Womb “Boesmans Gat” near Kuruman to Namibia’s Brandberg Sacred Crystal Mountain. Then it’s on to the USA, Hawaii, Solomon Islands, Australia and finally back to South Africa … read more. Golden Songline – Namibia & Botswana – September 10th to 25th 2019 […]

Day pilgrimage with Don’a Micaela Don Rafael, Marakames

It is with great honour that I invite you to come and join in a pilgrimage walk to sacred site with Don’a Micaela and Don Rafael, Marakames from the Wixarrika Nation,the guardians of the Deer Medicine Hikuri… We are blessed to bring them to Africa and even more blessed to connect them with our indigenous healers and wisdom keepers on ancient lands to […]

The Equinox Adventure Tour of Great Zimbabwe & South Africa 6 -22 March 2019 will allow you to connect to the antiquity of the human spirit.

Are you ready to be spiritually illuminated by venturing deep into the ancient and indigenous landscapes and people of Africa? Join Sacred Sites Tours on The Equinox Adventure Tour of South Africa 6 -22 March 2019 and prepare to embrace the antiquity of the human spirit. We invite you to transform the way you perceive […]

Movies – San Trance Dance & “Sacred Voices”

1. “Sacred Voices” is a short film which shares the messages of eight traditional Sacred Natural Site Custodians from Kenya, Ethiopia, South Africa and Uganda. They share an ancient birthright and duty to protect the Sacred Natural Sites found within their territories. In April 2012 a unique meeting brought them together to share their experiences and concerns […]

South African National Anthem – phonetic pronounciation

(See the Translation in brackets): LISTEN VIA “UBUNTU BRIDGE”- Learning Xhosa, bridging gaps, uniting a nation. Phonetic pronounciation in RED below each line Nkosi sikelel’ iAfrika. (Lord bless Africa) N CORE SEA … SICK E LE-LI….. AFRIKA. Maluphakanyisw’ uphondo lwayo, (Let her Spirit be raised!) MA LOO PUG A KNEE SUE .. OOH PAWN DOOR […]