Preserving Earth for the Next Generations
Grandmother Flordemayo is a powerful inspirational leader and a member of the Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. She has sowed the seeds of wisdom through her work, and is now guided by that wisdom to save the seeds of life for the future of the Earth.
Grandmother Flordemayo with crystal skull wand as
master of ceremonies at the Miami Circle 12-12-12 Crystal Skull Event
Mayan Elder Grandmother Flordemayo is a healer (curandera) and Sundancer, whose father was a Shaman and whose mother was a midwife and healer. Born in Central America, the youngest of 15 children, Flordemayo was trained since the age of four in the use of herbs, women’s medicine and how women must honor and care for the Earth. Recognizing that Flordemayo had the gift of Sight from a young age, her mother trained her in the art of curanderismo, traditions handed down from mother to daughter for many generations.
Flordemayo now makes her home in New Mexico and travels frequently as a presenter at international conferences. She is the recipient of the Martin de La Cruz Award for Alternative Healing, a prestigious honor given by the International Congress of Traditional Medicine. Don Alejandro Cirilo Oxlaj Peres, a head of the Mayan Council of Elders, is one of her teachers.
Grandmother Flordemayo is one of the 13 founding members of the International Council of Indigenous Grandmothers, a group of spiritual elders, medicine women and wisdom keepers whose story is told in the book “Grandmothers Counsel the World”. Since 1999, she has been part of the Wisdom of the Grandmothers’ Foundation. Flordemayo is also a founding director of the Institute for Natural and Traditional Knowledge, an organization with many active projects, including the educational and outreach in support of traditional agriculture.
“Humanity is at a crossroads, we can only go one way, as one can’t go in two directions at the same time. We do not know what we need to do as a human species, there is only one place to go and that is into the light, as one tribe”.
Sacred Seed Temple - a legacy for the future
In 2011 Flordemayo had a vision of the sacred seed temple, a vision that her grandmother sisters have embraced and have been in support of Flordemayo's work in building the temple through her non-profit organization called The Path (www.followthegoldenpath.org). This vision is another step of Flordemayo's path by fulfilling her mission since her Mayan Astrology indicates that she was born under the sign of the seed.
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Flordemayo and Crystal Skulls
Just like a diamond has many facets, crystal skulls are another facet of Flordemayo. She has been involved with crystal skulls longer than most people.
Flordemayo appears in the bestselling 1997 book, “The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls” by Chris Morton and Ceri Louise Thomas in a photograph holding the Ancient Crystal Skull, MAX during a ceremony to the sun with Mayan and Aztec elders and priests, and the Ancient Crystal Skull, SHA NA RA.
Joky Van Dieten, the Guardian of the Ancient Crystal Skull called ET, was told by Flordemayo that ET was the lost Mayan Crystal Skull. Here is Joky’s account, which she gave during a special exhibit of her famous collection of Ancient Crystal Skulls at the Historical Museum in Vienna in an exhibition called “The Mysteries of the World”:
In 1991 there was a spiritual gathering, a Peace Conference in Sedona, Arizona. At the first rays of the Sunrise, the Mayan priest asked Joky to come into the center of the circle with the ancient crystal skull ET. The Spanish-speaking shaman woman Flordemayo translated for Joky: “You have found and brought back our lost Mayan skull, thank you so much from us all.'' Joky remembers it like it was yesterday. “Those people all came to me and thanked me, they cried, they laughed, it was so intense, so overwhelming, and so beautiful. But I was scared to death, my heart was pounding. And I reacted immediately with: 'OK guys, here is your lost skull back!' But that was not the way it had to go and the way it was meant to be. I was told I still had a long way to go with the crystal skulls and the Mayan priests wanted ME to take ET on my way. I felt so privileged and still. Later I slowly started to understand the how and why I had to collect a real Family of Crystal Skulls I am the privileged keeper of. The collection - of genuine and authentic and scientifically proven ancient skulls, as professor and skull-knower Dr. Dusselberghs told me - is still growing.”
Photos of the ceremony with the Ancient Crystal Skull ET
In 2007 during the 4 Directions Wisdom Gathering in Sedona, indigenous Mayan Grandmother Flordemayo was asked about the crystal skulls and the Maya. See what she has to say in this video:
Since then Grandmother Flordemayo has offered her presence at several of the larger crystal skull gatherings, leading the 10-10-10 in New York, the 11-11-11 in Los Angeles, and the 12-12-12 in Miami, touching people with wisdom and inspiration, and offering an unparalelled experience that ripples through eternity. (Archives)