Photo Show

We are Family. We are One. A Dream for Humanity
Somos Familia. Somos Uno.
Un Sueño para la Humanidad

Photography exhibition of Images and Ideas

Museo Na Bolom. San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
March 16 – April 30, 2018.

“WE ARE FAMILY. WE ARE ONE. A Dream for Humanity.”
Photography exhibition of Images and Ideas by
Connie Baxter Marlow and Andrew Cameron Bailey
Experience indigenous people of Africa, the United States and Mexico as family, through the lens of two photographer/filmmaker/futurists on a journey to discover the human potential.

“SOMOS FAMILIA. SOMOS UNO. Un sueño para la humanidad” 
Un exposición de imágenes e ideas por
Connie Baxter Marlow y Andrew Cameron Bailey
Comparta la vivencia de pueblos indígenas de Africa, Estados Unidos y México en familia, a través de los lentes de dos fotógrafos/cineastas/futuristas en su trayectoria de descubrimiento del potencial humano.

When we come together with the indigenous peoples of the land as equals, as family, and we each open our hearts and our minds to the other, the melding of our gifts will bring a new perspective that is invisible at this time. This new perspective will allow us to see the path to true unity, peace and freedom.

Cuando nos unimos con los pueblos indígenas de la Tierra como iguales, en familia, abrimos nuestros corazones y nuestras mentes. La convergencia de nuestros dones nos traerá una nueva perspectiva que en estos momentos es invisible. Esta nueva perspectiva nos permitirá ver el camino hacia una verdadera unidad, paz y libertad.

This show is a new version of a larger show “Rhythms of Creation: Impressions of Indigenous Peoples of the World.”  Here’s a link to Andrew’s Bushmen photos: http://bit.ly/ACBRoCPhotos and to photos from Connie’s “Family Albums”: http://bit.ly/CBMRoCPhotos which were part of the Rhythms of Creation exhibit that toured the US and Mexico 1999-2005. Her eight albums from Chamulan Maya, Lacandon Maya, Huichol, Tarahumara (Mexico); Hopi, Ute, Wabanaki (US) and the Kalahari Bushmen (South Africa) are not represented.

Esta exposición es un re-surgimiento de una más voluminosa y abarcadora que presentamos en El Puente, en San Cristobal en 2001, bajo el título “Ritmos de creación: impresiones de los pueblos indígenas del mundo.” Aquí hay un enlace a las fotos de los Bushmen de la Kalahari de Andrew: http://bit.ly/ACBRoCPhotos y fotos de los “álbumes familiares” de Connie http://bit.ly/CBMRoCPhotos que formaban parte de la exposición ritmos de la creación que recorrió los Estados Unidos y México 1999-2005. Sus ocho álbumes de Chamula Maya, Lacandon Maya, Huichol, Tarahumara (México); Hopi, Ute, Wabanaki (Estados Unidos) y los arbustos del Kalahari (Sudáfrica) no están representados.

Associated Events:

April 7, 2018. 6 – 8 pm Na Bolom – A Conversation. “An Indigenous Vision: The Mayan Calendar and The Hopi Prophecy.” Connie Baxter Marlow and Andrew Cameron Bailey with Dr. Carl Calleman, author and Mayan Calendar Expert (via Skype) discuss the future of humanity as one family, one consciousness. For a video of the entire event click HERE.

April 20, 2018. 6:30 pm – A Gathering. “Walking the Vision of Bishop Samuel Ruiz.” Indigenous and non-Indigenous friends, colleagues and collaborators of the vision/mission of Bishop Samuel Ruiz will discuss the universal principles for societal transformation carried in Ruiz’ work as he strove to bring indigenous values into the modern world.

Eventos:

7 de abril de 2018. 6 – 8 pm Na Bolom – Una conversación. “La visión indigena: La calendario maya y la profecía hopi. Connie Baxter Marlow y Andrew Cameron Bailey con el Dr. Carl Calleman, autor y Mayan Calendar Expert (a través de Skype) discuten el futuro de la humanidad como una sola familia, una sola conciencia. Para ver un video de todo el evento, haga clic AQUÍ.

El 20 de abril de 2018 a las 6:30 pm. Un Encuentro. Caminano la visión de jTatik Samuel Ruiz – El Museo jTatik y Na Bolom le invitan a encuentro con amigos, colegas y colaboradores,  indígenas y no-indígenas, que abrigan la visión / misión del Obispo Samuel Ruiz y discutirán los principios universales para la transformación de la sociedad a través del trabajo de jTatik mientras se esforzaba por llevar los valores indígenas al mundo moderno.

With this show we are honoring “A Reverent Journey for Peace and Healing in the Americas.” 1995. Blessed by elders of many nations including Bishop Samuel Ruiz  in Chiapas. He hung the banners from the Journey in the Cathedral of Peace in the center of San Cristobal for a couple of weeks in the spring of 1995 during the Zapatista Revolution negotiations that were happening in nearby towns. April 1995.

El Obispo Don Samuel Ruíz bendijo “El Viaje para La Paz y la Curación en las Américas” he hizo poner los banderines de la actividad en la Catedral San Cristobal durante un par de semanas en la primavera de 1995 durante las negociaciones de la revolución zapatista que estaban ocurriendo en las ciudades cercanas. Abril 1995.

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Viernes, el 20 de abril de 2018 a las 6:30 pm. El Museo jTatik y Na Bolom le invitan a una velada junto con la exposición de fotografía de imágenes e ideas “Somos familia. Somos Uno. Un sueño para la humanidad” por Connie Baxter Marlow y Andrew Cameron Bailey.

Para más información/For more information and pix from the event go to: “Walking the Vision of Bishop Samuel Ruiz.”

ENGLISH:
Walking the Vision of Jtatik Samuel Ruiz. A Gathering. Indigenous and non-indigenous friends, colleagues and collaborators of the vision/mission of Bishop Samuel Ruiz will discuss the universal principles for societal transformation carried in the work of jTatik as he strove to bring indigenous values into the modern world.

We glimpse the possibility of a civil society enriched by … the indigenous voice … and which … is so new and striking that when we hear it for the first time we will realize how many things it questions, and it will enrich us from many points of view.
Bishop Samuel Ruiz “Of Times New, Possible and Dreamed” July 17, 1994

Opening Prayer, Opening Remarks, Bios of Participants.
English and Español

The Participants:
Fray Gonzalo Ituarte, a close collaborator of jTatik Samuel and friend of the indigenous people.
Pedro Gutiérrez Jiménez (Petul) Tzeltal, lives the cultural and value recuperation processes of Mother Earth through his Christian and Indigenous identity.
Juan López Intzin (Xuno) Tzeltal from Tenejapa, has deepened his own cultural roots and through them lives and defines the human rights of his people.
Michel Andraos teaches theology and ministry in the United States and Canada from a perspective of solidarity with Indigenous peoples.
Connie Baxter Marlow, facilitator, has championed the role of indigenous cosmology in the unfolding of the human potential for over 25 years.

Fray Gonzalo Ituarte. A Dominican priest native of Mexico City, since 1978 first served from the Ocosingo parish and afterward from San Cristobal as the Vicar for Bishop Samuel Ruiz. He participated in the armed conflict mediation in Chiapas and continues supporting the indigenous people from the Vicariate of Justice and Peace of the Dioceses of San Cristobal.Pedro Gutiérrez Jiménez. (Petul) A Tzeltal. Initiator and supporter of the indian-Christian theology since 1991 to date. He leads human spiritual growth process in Christian Mayan terms. A cultural regeneration workshop facilitator  and collaborator in the strengthening of Mother Earth spirituality. He is also an Associate of the National Center for Assistance to Indigenous Missions.

Juan López Intzin (Xuno). A Tzeltal from Tenejapa. Religious formation for 7 years in the Seminary. Studied sociology and anthropology. Worked with exiled Tzotsiles from upper Chiapas from 1996 to 1998. From 1998 to 2001 worked with street children with Melel Xojobal. As of 2003 started to track what he calls ancestral spirituality following a revelation received in a dream during an event to learn to work with dreams with Huixtan elders in May of 2003. As part of this journey and training, in September of 2017 he graduated as Ajk’i, ritual guide or ceremonial Maya.  Currently works as human rights advocate at the Bartolomé de Las Casas Center for Human Rights.

Michel Andraos studies the pastoral process in the diocese of San Cristobal and has been in a relationship of solidarity with organizations in the diocese since the mid 1990s. Deeply inspired by Don Samuel’s life and work, and by the work of several diocesan organizations, Michel dedicates much of his time and energy to promoting reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. He currently teaches intercultural theology and ministry at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and regularly brings theology students on study trips to the diocese of San Cristobal.

Connie Baxter Marlow, author and filmmaker foresees the time when humanity chooses to align with universal law and bring more beauty, balance and abundance into the next phase of human evolution than we can currently fathom. There will be a leap in consciousness and an opening of the heart made possible by a new understanding of the nature of the Universe through a synthesis of indigenous cosmology with the prevailing scientific paradigm.

SPANISH

Caminando la visión de jTatik Samuel Ruiz. 
Un encuentro con amigos, colegas y colaboradores,  indígenas y no-indígenas, que abrigan la visión / misión del Obispo Samuel Ruiz y discutirán los principios universales para la transformación de la sociedad a través del trabajo de jTatik mientras se esforzaba por llevar los valores indígenas al mundo moderno.

Vislumbramos la posiblidad de una sociedad civil enriquecida con … la palabra indígena … una palabra tan inédita y tan estremecedora, que cuando se le escuche por primera vez se verá que realmente cuestiona muchos aspectos y que nos enriquecerá en numerosos puntos de vista. Obispo Samuel Ruiz “Tiempos nuevos, posibles, soñados” 17 de Julio de 1994

https://www.scribd.com/document/376978771/CAMINANDO-LA-VISION-DE-JTATIK-SAMUEL-RUIZ-WALKING-THE-VISION-OF-BISHOP-SAMUEL-RUIZ

Bios de los participantes:
Fray Gonzalo Ituarte. Fraile dominico originario de la Ciudad de México, desde 1978 sirviendo primero desde la Parroquia de Ocosingo y después desde San Cristóbal como Vicario del obispo Samuel Ruiz. Participó en la mediación del conflicto armado en Chiapas y continúa acompañando los procesos de los pueblos indígenas desde la Vicaría de Justicia y Paz de la Diócesis de San Cristóbal.

Pedro Gutiérrez Jiménez. (Petul) Tzeltal. Iniciador y acompañante del proceso de teología india-cristiana desde 1991 a la fecha. Acompaño procesos de crecimiento humano espiritual en clave maya cristiana. Facilito talleres de regeneración cultural y colaboro en el fortalecimiento de la espiritualidad de la madre tierra. También soy asociado del Centro Nacional de Ayuda a las Misiones Indígenas.

Juan López Intzin (Xuno). Tzeltal de Tenejapa. Con formación religiosa católica por 7 años en el seminario. Estudio sociología y antropología. Trabajó con expulsados tsotsiles de los altos de Chiapas de 1996 a 1998. De 1998 a 2001 trabajó con niños de la calle con Melel xojobal. A partir de 2003 comenzó a recorrer lo que ha llamado espiritualidad ancestral sólo para seguir una revelación que tuvo en su sueño en un encuentro para trabajar sueños con ancianos en Huixtán en mayo de 2003. Como parte de este caminar y formación, en septiembre de 2017 se recibió como Ajk’i, guía ritual o ceremonial maya. Actualmente trabaja como defensor de derechos humanos en el Centro de derechos humanos Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas.

Michel Andraos estudie el proceso pastoral de la diócesis de San Cristóbal y ha estado en una relación de solidaridad con algunas organizaciones en la diócesis desde 1995. Profundamente inspirado por la vida y obra de Don Samuel, y por el trabajo de varias organizaciones diocesanas, Michel dedica gran parte de su tiempo y energía a promover la reconciliación con los pueblos Indígenas. Actualmente enseña teología intercultural y ministerio en Catholic Theological Union de Chicago y regularmente trae estudiantes de teología en viajes de estudio a la diócesis de San Cristóbal.

Connie Baxter Marlow, autora y cineasta anticipa el momento en que la humanidad escoja alinearse con la ley universal durante la próxima fase de la evolución humana hacia más belleza, balance y abundancia de lo que podemos imaginar en la actualidad. Ocurrirá una transformación de consciencia y apertura del corazón gracias a una nueva comprensión de la naturaleza del Universo a través de una síntesis de la cosmología indígena con el paradigma científico predominante.

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7 de abril de 2018. 6 – 8 pm Na Bolom – Una conversación. “La visión indigena: La calendario maya y la profecía hopi. Connie Baxter Marlow y Andrew Cameron Bailey con el Dr. Carl Calleman, autor y Mayan Calendar Expert (a través de Skype) discuten el futuro de la humanidad como una sola familia, una sola conciencia. Para ver un video de todo el evento, haga clic AQUÍ.

La profecía Hopi y el calendario maya se refieren al amanecer de una nueva era y los Bushmen del Kalahari concuerdan.

Únase a Connie y Andrew con su invitado especial (vía Skype), el Dr. Carl Calleman, autor y experto del calendario maya, mientras exploran las ideas presentadas en la exposición de fotografía “Somos familia. Somos uno. Un sueño para la humanidad”. Facebook Album: http://bit.ly/WeAreFamilyShowFB

La visión: “Cuando nos unimos con los pueblos indígenas de la Tierra como iguales, en familia, abrimos nuestros corazones y mentes. La convergencia de nuestros dones nos traerá una nueva perspectiva que nos resulta invisible en estos momentos. Esta nueva perspectiva nos permitirá ver el camino hacia una verdadera unidad, paz y libertad”.
CBM

Carl Johan Calleman es científico y filósfo con un Doctorado en Biología Física de la Universidad de Stockholm. Reconocido por su teoría que el calendaro maya refleja la evolución de la mente global. Es autor de varios libros, incluyendo “The Global Mind” y “The Rise of Civilization”. Vive en los Estados Unidos, en Santa Fe, Nuevo México.

Presentando una perspectiva cuántica holográfica sobre la historia del mundo y la consciencia humana, Carl explica la física cuántica tras las ondas del sistema del calendario maya y cómo nos permiten entender la transformación de eras sobre la Tierra, así como las posibilidades del futuro. Para conocer más sobre las teorías de Carl, visite el sitio: www.Calleman.com

El 24 de mayo de 2017, los Bushmen del Kalahari encendieron “el fuego de un corazón” en honor al comienzo de la novena onda de energía del calendario maya que abre la unidad de consciencia para todo el que busque alinearse con ella: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxZDcZ5nSqE.

Para dar seguimiento a los Bushmen en Facebook: www.facebook.com/KalahariBushmen/

Active aquí para saber de La Profecía Hopi:
“La Profecía Hopi se refiere a las opciones de la humanidad” http://bit.ly/HopiProphecyEnglishEspanolVR
2010″Tiempo de purificación:Actualización de la Profecía Hopi”
http://bit.ly/HopiProphecyUpdateSpanish
Connie y Andrew a Prophecy Rock: http://bit.ly/ISOTFHopiProphecyYT

ENGLISH:

Saturday April 7, 2018 6 pm – 8 pm A Conversation:
Indigenous Vision: The Mayan Calendar .The Hopi Prophecy. A Bushman Ceremony

For a video of the entire event click HERE.

The Cultural Association of Na Bolom invites you to a Conversation with
Artists-in-Residence Connie Baxter Marlow and Andrew Cameron Bailey
with Carl Johan Calleman, Phd (via Skype) Author and Mayan Calendar Expert as they discuss the future of humanity as one family, one consciousness.

Join Connie and Andrew with their special gues Dr. Carl Calleman, author and Mayan Calendar expert while they explore the ideas presented in the photography exhibition “We are Family. We are One. A Dream for Humanity.” Facebook Album: http://bit.ly/WeAreFamilyShowFB

A New Era is Dawning
Universal Energies support a Human Awakening
Breakdown brings Breakthrough

The Vision: “When we come together with the indigenous peoples of the land as equals, as family, and we each open our hearts and our minds to the other, the melding of our gifts will bring a new perspective that is invisible at this time. This new perspective will allow us to see the path to true unity, peace and freedom.”

Carl Johan Calleman is a scientist and philosopher who has devoted much of his life to make the ancient calendar system understandable and meaningful to modern people. He has supported Mayan elders in getting their message out to the world and has published 6 books in thirteen languages and has lectured around the world for this.

On May 24, 2017 the San Bushmen of the Kalahari lit “The One-Heart-Fire” to honor the beginning of the ninth energy wave in the Mayan Calendar that enables Unity Consciousness for any who choose to align with it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxZDcZ5nSqE. To keep tabs on the Bushmen go to their FB page: www.facebook.com/KalahariBushmen/

To learn about The Hopi Prophecy:
The Hopi Prophecy Speaks of Humanity’s Choices: http://bit.ly/HopiProphecyEnglishEspanolVR
The Time of Purification: 2010 Update on The Hopi Prophecy
http://www.manataka.org/page2218.html
The Hopi Prophecy and free will: Connie and Andrew at Prophecy Rock. A clip from the film “IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE: What do the Wise Ones Know?”  http://bit.ly/ISOTFHopiProphecyYT

Check out Carl Johan Calleman‘s “The Nine Waves of Creation”
Quantum Physics, Holographic Evolution and the Destiny of Humanity” A guide to aligning your life with the frequencies of the Nine Waves of Creation. The book explains the quantum physics behind the Waves of the Mayan Calendar system and how their holograms shape the human mind. Shows how throughout history each revolution in human consciousness has been driven by the activation of one of the Nine Waves of Creation. Reveals how we can consciously work to deactivate the negative patterns of the Sixth Wave and manifest the unity consciousness of the Ninth Wave. www.Calleman.com.

The Nine Waves of Creation
Quantum Physics, Holographic Evolution
and the Destiny of Humanity

CARL JOHAN CALLEMAN, Ph.D.
A guide to aligning your life with the frequencies of the Nine Waves of Creation

  • Explains the quantum physics behind the Waves of the Mayan Calendar system and how their holograms shape the human mind
  • Shows how throughout history each revolution in human consciousness has been driven by the activation of one of the Nine Waves of Creation
  • Reveals how we can consciously work to deactivate the negative patterns of the Sixth Wave and manifest the unity consciousness of the Ninth Wave

In the past few years the world has witnessed changes in social consciousness whose sudden development the ruling scientific paradigm has not been able to explain. These changes correspond with the activation of new Waves of Creation emanating from the center of the universe that influence human thinking. From the Big Bang to the present, these Waves guide the evolution of the universe and, through their holographic resonance with the human mind, profoundly shape revolutions in religion, technology, economy, and social consciousness.

Presenting a quantum-holographic perspective on world history and human consciousness, Carl Calleman explains the quantum physics behind the Waves of the Mayan Calendar system and how these Waves allow us to understand the shifting eras on Earth as well as the possibilities of the future. He describes how, prior to the activation of the 6th Wave in 3115 BCE, our social systems were based on a unified cosmic order, but the hologram of this Wave shifted society to an all-consuming focus on Good and Evil, leading to the rise of patriarchal religious structures, slavery, and warfare. He explores how later Waves and their new holograms helped humanity survive the negative effects of the 6th Wave, such as the Industrial Revolution of the 7th Wave and the Digital Revolution of the 8th Wave. In 2011, the 9th Wave was activated, bringing with it an accelerated push for a more egalitarian world, a rising awareness of unity consciousness, and access to the full power of all Nine Waves of Creation.

Calleman explains how our individual resonance with each Wave plays a role in the quality of our lives and how we must consciously work to resonate with the higher Waves. Revealing how we can become quantum activists in a holographic world by aligning with the 9th Wave, the author shows how we each can help manifest the destiny of humanity hinted at in ancient texts.

Carl Johan Calleman is a scientist and philosopher with a Ph.D. in physical biology from the University of Stockholm. Recognized for his theory that the Mayan calendar reflects the evolution of the global mind, he is the author of several books, including The Global Mind and the Rise of Civilization. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.