White Lions of Timbavati

White Lions of Timbavati
4 day Retreat 
12th – 15th September 2013

Join Ruth Underwood  and the Tsau team on a four day Retreat at Tsau, the home of the White Lions in September 2013.

The White Lions of Timbavati, also known as the Children of  the Sun God, Ra, have always appeared  exclusively in the Timbavati region, which is on the Nilotic Meridian and linked in this way to the Temples along the Nile and the Giza Plateau in Egypt.  Know as mythical star beasts by indigenous cultures, the appearance of the White Lions at this time on earth is very significant as we move into heart centered consciousness.

Being on the land of Tsau, which carries a very high frequency, is both magical and healing and a wonderful place to revive the soul.

Join us for ceremony, meditations and game drives to meet and experience these sacred beings.

Arrival:               by midday on Thursday 12th September 2013Rondavel

The closest town is Hoedspruit, and one can travel by car or shuttle, or fly to the Hoedspruit Eastgate airport  from Johannesburg.

Our days will begin with early morning game drives, followed by breakfast. There will be time to relax in the middle of the day, as well as time to gather, meditate and do ceremony. We’ll also have late afternoon game drives, walks, yoga and time to relax under the stars in the evenings.

All accommodation, game drives and meals are covered.
Transport  to the venue is at your own cost.

Departure:         after brunch on Sunday 15th September 2013Linda & Ruth

Cost:                       R6850.00 per person

A substantial portion of the costs go directly towards supporting the White Lions of the GWLPT.

Bookings: 

To sign up or for more information, please contact Ruth

ruth@mysticalplaces.org

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“If you are ever fortunate enough to visit the White Lions you will never forget the experience of being with these magnificent cats in their natural habitat.”   Natalie Hoogasien, San Francisco

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