SECRETS OF THE FERRYMAN: What NDE, Ancient Mystery Schools & Indigenous Wisdom Share Presented by Arizona IANDS

Jane de Forest


Facilitator: SueAnn Christenson

Language: English

Capacity: 100

Friday, June 11, 2021

10:00 pm EDT

1 hour 30 minutes

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Arizona IANDS features Jane de Forest – Friday, June 11

Do you love the heartfelt moment of a typical near-death experience story … when the living soul separates from the dead body, and rises to meet a luminous being of light who emanates unconditional love and acceptance? Does this give you hope to know that we survive death, and that our eternal home is a friendly place? Then you will enjoy this interesting and informative presentation! Without having to die, you will learn more about how our ancient ancestors made the classic journey to the other shore. This sacred passage through the circle of life, death and rebirth to an eternal life, is revealed through the fragments left to us from a dusty epoch. For thousands of years, our ancestors made religious pilgrimage to the centers of “The Mystery” in order to experience NDE-type journeys. This important message of life eternal is hidden in plain sight in the indigenous understanding of natural cycles and deep within the bowels of antiquities’ mystery schools. Please join Jane for this fascinating presentation as she shares her personal slides of the epicenters of the ancient mysteries, Eleusis, Greece and Abydos, Egypt. She will share her own life changing experience in the Great Pyramid’s kings chamber, Pompeii and the Amazon jungle in Peru.

Jane de Forest Bio Jane is known for the integrity, humor, and sensitivity that she brings to her sessions, leaving clients feeling inspired, supported, and seen. With her intuitive art technique, Jane often draws exact renderings, and translates meaningful messages from people & animals who are in the Afterlife. Jane has worked with personal, animal and business clients for over 20 years. She studied at The Rhode Island School of Design, with Buddhist teachers, Lakota & plant medicine Shamans/Healers. Jane has researched & journeyed to sacred sites including Peru, Bali & Egypt. Her book Love Never Dies has won three awards and is translated into three languages. Her artwork is in collections all over the world, including Martin Sheen & Jane Goodall. Jane’s pro bono & community volunteer work includes: facilitating communication for children with special needs, her “save the bees” project in Equador, animal communication for a big cats (tiger & lion) sanctuary and she is past Director of Portland IANDS. Jane has donated time teaching her children’s art, creativity & shamanic journey curriculum in schools for over a decade. “Jane de Forest’s work is absolutely lovely. Artists have so much to contribute to our effort of making this a better world, for art speaks to the inner self.”  -Jane Goodall, Ph.D.  Author of In the Shadow of Man and founder of the Jane Goodall Institute.