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The end of the fourth world and the beginning of the fifth
Friday, December 21, 2012
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
In front of UC Berkeley's football stadium on Piedmont Avenue in Berkeley, CA.
A sunset ceremony (pipe-tobacco) at the Ohlone (Huichin) ancestors burial site where we Tree People (Tuk Pikuni) held the longest (648 days) urban tree-sit in US history. This is and was the inspiration of the modern day Occupy movement and it was 2 months longer than the 1969 occupation of alcaltraz which was led by Richard Oaks (Mohawk), UNA (United Native Americans) and the students of UCB and SFSU not AIM. Everybody is welcome and please bring some medicine (sage or tobacco) for offerings. There will be information given about the changing of the worlds from the fourth (gold) to the fifth (corn and wood).
Added to the calendar on Sun, Dec 9, 2012 6:51PM