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Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc of the Twin Cities area

Hello to All My Relatives,

As a supporter of Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc of the Twin Cities area, I am forwarding this information on the 5th Annual Chalchiutlique Environmental Summit & Cultural Celebration, May 29 -31, 2009.  I participated in last years celebration and had the privilege of dancing in Ceremonia Chalchiutlique with the danzantes to honor all water.

This is an awesome conference and beautiful Mexica ceremony.  Please forward to all your contacts.  Tlazocamati!  Thank you!

Sincerely,

Renee Sans Souci
Shonge Xube Wau
Manitou Ishti Duhmoo Quay
(Sacred Horse Woman)

Omaha Nation

Check out my blog:  http://sacredhorsewoman.blogspot.com

“The dances are prayers.”
–Pop Chalee, TAOS PUEBLO
When we dance to the drum we pray to the Creator and attract the heartbeat of the earth. We never dance without reason; every dance has a purpose. We dance for rain; we dance for healing; we dance for seasons; we dance for joy; we dance for our children; we dance for the people; we dance for courage. The drum plays to the beat of the heart, to the beat of the Earth. The drum connects us to the Earth while we dance our prayers.


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