[ncnculture] First of 10-in-a-row Mayan thingees

windpony windpony at pennswoods.net
Wed Nov 10 19:46:19 UTC 2004


Letecia (also Jeff),

Thanks for sending this encouraging information.   It draws my attention
into places that I love to go.

Love,

Niuka

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Letecia Layson" <letecia at seizethemagic.com>
To: <ncnculture at lists.newciv.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: [ncnculture] First of 10-in-a-row Mayan thingees


>> Hi, All --
>>
>> Just reminding:  Wednesday is first of ten in a row
>> 'galactic activation portal' days, in the stack that
>> precedes 'Core Days'.  It's a "white" day, indicating
>> growth and growing pains; and the words for the day
>> speak of "polarizing" to stabilize and of "sealing
>> the store of death" with a tone of "challenge".
>>
>> Here we go.... :-)
>
> Jeff and Listmates,  OK, I have been watching the energy activiation with
> the solarflares and noting how they are building as I prepare to leave for 
> a
> conference thisweekend (see information below).  It seems we are coming 
> into potent and deep
> times, moving into dark moon the next 48hrs (or so) and then new moon in
> Scorpioon Friday which is also Lunar Samhain/Hallows.
>
> Though these days this list is not very active, I still feel supported and
> connected to acommon vision through the heartlinks created here.
>
> I hope all is well.  I have been laughing a whole lot more since I saw
> What theBleep...and telling my friends, "now you know what goes on inside 
> of my
> head".
> Blessings,  Letecia
>
> The website has new information
> <http://www.gifteconomyconference.com> Read around it as time
> permits. Lots of good information.
>
>
> Susan Bright
> Center for the Study of the Gift Economy
> 512-626-4037  (my cell)
> (512) 7369700 (cell for Sally Jacques)
>
> Here's the final program: (tell your friends who wanted to come but
> couldn't that we're going to webcast, info on website)
>
>
> Friday, November 12
> Registration 4:00 PM
> Evening 7:00-10:00 PM
>
> Opening: Luisah Teish
> Introduction by Genevieve Vaughan
> Kaarina Kailo (Finland) The Global Rat Race Revisited; Ecospiritual
> andActivistMovements Reviving the Gift Imaginary
> Madu Auditore (Ivroy Coast/Italy/Australia) For the Children of the World
> Susan Petrilli (Australia/Italy) Lady Welby: Semiotics and Mothersense
> Paola Melchiori (Italy) Epistemology and the Gift
> *Questions & Answers
>
> Saturday, November 13
> Registration 8:00 AM
> Morning 8:45 AM -12:30 PM
>
> Opening: Indigenous Women
> Genevieve Vaughan (USA/Italy) Heterosexual Economics: Gift-giving and
> ExchangeYvette Abrahams (South Africa) The Social Structure of the 
> Historical
> Khoekhoe as
> a Model for a Gift Economy
> Mililani Trask (Hawaii) Indigenous Women and the Gift Economy
> *Questions and Answers
>
> Heide Gottner Abendroth (Germany) The Relationship between Modern
> Matriarchal Studies and the Gift Paradigm
> Rauna Kuokkanen (Finland/Canada) Enabling the Gift Logic of Indigenous
> Philosophies
> Jeanette Armstrong (Canada) Whole Family Systems in Living Community
> on the Land and Sustainable Living
>
> Lunch Break
>
> Afternoon 2:00-5:00 PM
>
>
> Peggy Maze Johnson (USA ) Nuclear isuues in Nevada
> Claudia Von Werlhof (Austria) Capitalist Patriarchy and the Struggle for a
> DeepAlternative
> Sylvia Shihadeh (Palestine/USA) The Gift of the Peace Movement in the
> Palestinian/Israeli Conflict
> Erella Shadmi (Israel) Can I Forgive Men (or Any Other Hegemony?)
> * Questions and Answers
>
>
> Peggy Antrobus (Barbados) The Gift and Caribbean Economies
> Rabia Abdelkarim (Algeria/Senegal) Solidarity Economics
> Dotti Chamblin (USA) Gift Giving and the Movement Against Domestic 
> Violence
> Ana Isla (Peru/Canada) Sustainable Development and Poverty Creation
> * Questions and Answers
>
> Dinner Break
>
> Saturday, November 13
> Evening 7:00-10:00 PM
>
> Elisabet Sahtouris (USA) Crisis as Opportunity: The Biology of 
> Globalization
> Corinne Kumar (India) Towards a New Political Imaginary
> Leslene della Madre (USA) Approaching Death from the View of Gift-giving
> Vicki Noble (USA) She Gives the Gift of Her Body
> * Questions & Answers
>
> Sunday, November 14
> Morning 9:00AM -12:30 PM
>
> Introduction
> Patricia Pearlman (USA) The Goddess Temple of Sekhmet as a Gift Economy
> Project
> Rokeya Begum (Bangladesh) On the Feminism of the Gift Economy
> Maria Jimenez (Mexico/USA) Gift giving across Borders
> Mechthild Hart (Germany/USA) The Bodiless Spirit of Patriarchal
> Capitalism, Real Bodies, and Corporeal Feminist Resistance
>
> * Questions & Answers
> Sizani Ngubane (South Africa) Rural Women in South Africa Caring for
> Children with AIDS
> Tracy Gary (USA) Women's Funding Partnerships
> Marta Benavides (El Salvador) Activism and the Gift Economy in El Salvador
> Riane Eisler (Austria, Cuba, USA) Changing Economics -- and the World
> * Questions & Answers
>
> Lunch Break
>
>
> Afternoon: 2:00-7:00 PM
>
> Carol Brouillet (USA) Facing the shadow of 9/11
> Renea Roberts (USA) Gifting it at Burning Man
> Andrea Alvarado (Costa Rica) The Gift Giving Philosophy of Open
> Source Technology
> Brackin Firecracker (USA) Activism: The Hopeful Gift of a Better World
> Frieda Werden (USA/Canada) The Gift of Community Radio
> Angela Miles (Canada) Linda Christiansen-Ruffman (USA/Canada)Women's
> Giving: A new Frame f
> or Feminist Policy Demands
> *Questions & Answers
> G oup Discussion
> Closing Rearks
> Closing: Luisah Teish
>
>
>
>
>
>
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