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Published on Nov 29, 2014
Highland Institute City Club Luncheon Presentation, November 25, 2014. Boulder, Colorado
Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, Mayflower Descendant, present their discoveries from over a decade of research into the events leading up to and following the harvest celebration in the fall of 1621 now known as The First Thanksgiving and its role in the transformation of consciousness. Click here for Power Point: http://bit.ly/FFYandConsciousnessPPTYT
Good News About the First Thanksgiving. We have much to be thankful for! Democracy, Separation of Church and State, Consent of the Governed, Self-Determination, Equal and Just Laws Serving the Common Good. The tenets of civil government that arose from the principles and ideals of the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Indians they lived amongst.
The Origin Story of America begins with a compact, a peace treaty and an inter-cultural feast, followed by a melding of cultures through 50 years of friendship between the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Pokanoket Wampanoag Indians at Plymouth Plantation 1621-1675.
Join Bailey and Marlow as they bring to light the untold story that has been shrouded in the mis-conception and mis-understanding of revisionist history.
Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow are authors and filmmakers. They present their ideas on the conscious loving inter-connected abundant nature of the universe through a synthesis of indigenous cosmology, quantum science and Eastern and Western mysticism through their game-changing book "THE TRUST FREQUENCY: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm," and the companion film "IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE: What do the Wise Ones Know?" which features indigenous elders, Western scientists and futurists from Africa, the United States and Mexico.
Their current book/film/screenplay project "THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation" brings honor to the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Pokanoket Wampanoag Indians for their role in the evolution of democracy and the American mind and spirit.