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Pilgrimage to Ghana

Return to the Heart of Africa: Our Sacred Journey of Love with Afra

October 27 – November 5, 2011

Attend our heart- and soul-centered pilgrimage to Ghana, the heart chakra of Africa. Come to the West African country that Sanat Kumara called “…an ascended master nation”1 to be instruments for the release of cosmic fields of transmutation, cosmic love and cosmic brotherhood. This will be the third African pilgrimage, completing the merging of three anchor points of a special triangular grid that the masters desire to establish on the continent through us.

When we go to Africa as instruments for that investment of ascended master light, the masters will be able to do more, as Afra stated on Saturday, April 5, 2005, to “…stabilize the continent for the salvation of souls there.” On October 11, 2006, during the Egypt pilgrimage, the Master Saint Germain invited us to “consider making a pilgrimage once per year somewhere upon the African continent to lay your feet upon this soil and to work for three solid days giving this violet fire and burning through deeper and deeper levels of the astral plane through the action of this light.” 

This pilgrimage will be a watershed event for heartfriends, those physically present  receiving a special blessing given once every 10,000 years. And wherever we travel, we will be in the auric field of all of the sponsoring masters of our pilgrmage as well as the master known as the Spirit of Ghana.  An experience of lifetimes awaits us.

1.     Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Sanat Kumara: The Opening of the Seventh Seal—On the Path of the Ruby Ray (Summit University Press, 1979),  223-227.

 

Highlights

Meru University Course: The Heart-Soul Connection

Blessing from Melchizedek 

Blessing for those who also attended the Egypt and South Africa pilgrimages

An audience with the king of the Ashanti

Meditation and clearance of Atlantic slave trade akashic records 

Visits to Manhiya Palace Museum, Elmina’s Door of No Return, Cape Coast Castle and Historical Museum

Marketplace shopping

Video from Kumasi, Ghana: Pilgrims Declare Virtues they embody

 

Investment

Pilgrimage Price: $2455 per person, based on double occupancy  Single room supplement is $500

Nonrefundable Deposit:  $300 due June 12, 2011

Payment schedule: 

  • 50% of remaining balance: July 15
  • 25%: August 20
  • Final 25%: September 20.

Discount: $100 discount if you attended the Egypt and South Africa Pilgrimages

Our 9-day pilgrimage includes

8 nights' stay at hotels in Accra, Cape Coast, and Kumasi
2 meals per day (breakfast and lunch or dinner)
All tours and transfers, including tips, gratuities
All in-country ground transportation via air-conditioned coach
Sightseeing and entrance fees
English-speaking tour director and local guides
Hotel taxes and service charges
Gratuities
Customary gifts for Asantehene and chief’s visit

Price does not include

Airfare
Travel insurance
Immunization
Some meals
Passport and visa fees
Checked baggage charges
Items and expenses of a personal nature

Cancellation Policy:  A pilgrimage such as this one usually requires a substantial deposit many months prior to departure. In an attempt to make this pilgrimage available to as many heartfriends as possible, deposits are minimal. However, payment due dates are firm. 

If a situation necessitates cancellation after your payments have been made, The Hearts Center will work with you but will not guarantee that your payments will be refunded. For this reason, trip cancellation insurance is required.

Pilgrimage Updates

Related Information

 Questions or comments? Email ghana2011@gmail.com.

Required 

  • Passport. You will require a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond November 6, your return date from West Africa. (Ghana requires an adequate number of empty pages in your passport—at least two, in addition to the endorsement/amendment pages at the back of the passport.) 
  • Visa. A tourist visa is required to travel in Ghana. (Purchase your ticket, however, before making your visa application.)
  • Travel insurance
  • Letter of invitation to Ghana. (If you choose not to book through Klassique Travels, Deborah and Raphael will provide you with this letter.)

Recommended

  • Booking through Klassique Travels. Receive expedited passport services, including visa application assistance; travel insurance; and your invitation letter. 
  • Yellow fever immunization 
  • Anti-malaria medication