World Peace Pilgrimage to Mount Baldy
By Rev. Paul Nugent, Director of The Aetherius Society
is hope if the people of the light can come together and unite in some way. Go
to the sacred places of the Earth to pray for peace, and have respect for the
Earth which gives us our food, clothing, and shelter. We need to reactivate the
energy of these sacred places. That is our work.”
— A Mayan
September 6, hundreds of people from many different spiritual faiths will be
hiking Mount Baldy in the San Gabriel Mountains to take part in a spiritual
pilgrimage dedicated to World Peace. The pilgrimage is open to everyone and is an opportunity for the people of southern California to come together in an open space and pray for peace.
Located 50 miles east of Los Angeles
in the San Gabriel Mountains, Mount Baldy has been considered sacred by the Tungva and San Gabrieleno Native Americans for generations, and for the last 55 years members of
The Aetherius Society and the organizers of
the event, have been trekking up its slopes in the
belief that Mount Baldy is one of nineteen mountains around the world
containing uplifting spiritual energy for humanity to access at this pivotal
time of global upheaval and transformation.
a scenic ride on the 20-minute ski-lift from the parking lot at the end of
Mount Baldy road to the restaurant area at about 7,600 ft.
will have a ceremony is held with leaders from a variety of faiths conducting
an interfaith service. It is a wonderfully interactive experience allowing for
mystical reflection, fellowship and the joyous feeling that comes from being of
service to all mankind in the heart of nature.
For more details, visit www.world peacepilgrimage.com or call The Aetherius
Society at (323) 465-9652. There is no charge except the cost of the ski-lift. (Approx. $15)