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Deeper Roots of Climate Change

The Deeper Roots of Climate Change

A Spiritual Perspective on Our Relationship with Weather

Nature has been speaking to us in many strong ways: drought, fires, floods, trying to get our attention.  How did we get here?  How do we find our way back to a healthy relationship with the sacred waters that fall from the sky?

Come and learn about the time honored and traditional relationships between humans and the weather spirits.  Megan Montero, an initiated Quiatlzques (bringer of water or weather worker) in the Nahua tradition of south central Mexico will talk about human’s timeless relationship with weather. Megan will share stories and answer questions of how we can once again develop our relationship with these living expressions of nature.

Pacific Cultural Center in the Gallery

Sunday, April 22, 5:00-6:30pm

$20 Suggested Donation – No one turned away due to lack of funds.

For more information contact Megan Montero at: 831-588-5424

For more about Megan visit

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