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Agnihotra Healing Fire at Ancient Sacred Mountain Site in Turkey

Kaz Dag National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Turkey. It boasts a series of mountain peaks including Mount Ida. Throughout history, Mount Ida was known as a holy mountain. Sarikiz (Tomb of the Golden Maiden) on the Sarikiz peak of Mount Ida has a history which goes back to 8000 B.C. It is a place of worship for the Divine Mother by Turkmen tribes.

A small group of loving people came together in August to perform prayers, offer light, perform Agnihotra and meditation on this sacred site. Divine Mother was asked to forgive us human beings for what we have done and keep on doing to our planet, to bless us, to change our behavior, and to care for her.

Agnihotra at Angkor Wat Temple Complex, Cambodia, 12/12/2012

As part of the Powersite Pilgrimage Programme offered by Wholistic World Vision, Simon Peter Fuller, together with a small group of light workers, traveled to Cambodia and were present at the world famous Angkor Wat Temple complex, the world's largest religious structure, on 12 December, 2012.

In the vicinity of the ancient temple, Ta Prohm, Simon Peter performed sunrise Agnihotra on this significant date. Ta Prohm temple is a quiet testament to the power of nature. Its dappled shadows, crumbling towers and walls, locked by the embrace of magnificent trees, is a nature lover's dream.

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