17 August 2016
The Pachamama area recreates the dance of Palo de Mayo, rescued from the ancestral Celtic ceremony which simbolizes the balance between night and day.
The PachaMama area has raised the transparent flag this afternoon. A flag of peace, serving as exchange from one world to another, and waving in the ‘Wonderland nation‘, “where we live all together, although only some see it; where a state of permanent happiness has been declared and where the goal of its inhabitants is to take care of everything they see”.
GrandmaPilar has come from this ‘nation Wonderland’. Guardian of the círculo de la madre de la Arboleda de Gaia and of las Mujeres de Fuego, member of the movement of Mujeres en Pie de Paz, who practices and preaches an spiritual activism to help heal the problems of the earth and the people who live in it. She has taken to PachaMama the dance of Palo de Mayo, rescued from an ancient Celtic ceremony to be held this month, the time of the year when night and day are equal. This dance symbolizes the union of light and shadow, of men and women, the maximum balance. This afternoon has served to connect the public through the coloured ribbons that the crowd have caught with their hands to surround the stick. The ‘transparent flag’ has been raised on the post after the dance. The one of a nation without borders. Connected to nature and Mother Earth. The one to wich grandma Pilar said “we should all come back”.