Ancient Wisconsin Summer
Solstice Celebrations
June 20th and June 21st
Ancient Wisconsin Morning Seminar - Afternoon Outdoor Workshop and Field Research
Peter Moon
The Mormon and Ancient  Mound
Builders Connection  (Saturday)

The Mysterious Connection of the
Montauk Pharaohs to Burlington
Wisconsin  (Sunday)
Frank Joseph  
Underwater Pyramids of Rock
Lake Wisconsin  - (Saturday )

Atlantis in Wisconsin - (Sunday)   
Mid-Summer Night Celebrations on Saturday and Rising Sun Celebration on Sunday
Continental Breakfast at the Sci-Fi Cafe
For more information on our Ancient Wisconsin Summer Solstice Celebrations visit our website at
livinginthelightms.com/ancientwisconsin
OUTDOOR EXPEDITIONS AND FIELD RESEARCH TRIPS

SATURDAY AFTERNOON EXPEDITIONS
Part One: Exploring downtown historical Burlington,  examining the underground tunnels, the ancient burial mounds, the effigy mounds,
and the masonic layout of the town along with the occult symbols hidden within the town's architecture. Mary Sutherland will be your
guide and will share the mysteries of Burlington.

Part Two: Exploring the historical Mormon community of Voree and expediting the ancient site where the sacred brass plates of Voree
were discovered by Mormon Prophet James Strang. Sutherland has chosen Peter Moon to host this expedition due to his knowledge of
the Mound and Pyramid builders of Montauk who later came to make their home in WIsconsin and his incredible knowledge of Mormon
history and their connection to the ancient Mound Builders of Wisconsin. Continuing on we will investigate an ancient battlefield located
on and around Burlington's oldest cemetery which was built on an ancient earthen mound and  sacrifical site. This area has effigy
mounds and an interdimensional doorway where one can experience time jumping.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON EXPEDITIONS

Part One: Exploring downtown historical Burlington,  examining the underground tunnels, the ancient burial mounds, the effigy mounds,
and the masonic layout of the town along with the occult symbols hidden within the town's architecture.

Part Two: Exploring an ancient temple and sacred site area  where we will prove once and for all that a great civilization of mound and
temple builders lived in the Burlington area. Frank Joseph will be leading this expedition and will be unveiling a secret that Mary
Sutherland has kept for years. Now is the time for all truths to be revealed and Sutherland believes there is no other more qualified to
reveal these truths than Frank Joseph, due to his work on Atlantis in Wisconsin and his expedition of the underwater pyramids of Lake
Mills Wisconsin.  Sutherland would love to reveal to the reader what we are to unveil but will hold back this information until this day.
She does however promise you that what she is about to unveil will be of the utmost importance to the archeological world regarding the
lost history an ancient race that may date back to the days of Atlantis.
Saturday
Peter Moon  9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Break
10:30 a.m - 11 a.m.
Frank Joseph 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Lunch Break: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Saturday Afternoon: Beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday
Frank Joseph   9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Break
10:30 a.m - 11 a.m.
Peter Moon  11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Lunch Break: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Saturday Afternoon: Beginning at 1:30 p.m.
ANCIENT WISCONSIN SEMINAR AND ARCHEOLOGICAL WORKSHOPS

www.livinginthelightms.com/ancientwisconsin
SUMMER  SOLSTICE CELEBRATION
FREE ADMISSION

Celebrate the Summer Solstice in the Burlington Vortex

In ancient time, the Summer Solstice was an important part of almost every civilization.  It is a celebration of our world and the
power and wonder of nature.  Not only marking the beginning of Summer, the Summer Solstice was considered a time for
purification and a renewal of self – a time to release the sadness, fears and pains from our lives.  Mother Earth was
commemorated as “The Goddess”, while “The God” was represented as the Sun King. The Druids celebrated it as the marriage of
Heaven and Earth.

Midsummer’s Night – No Charge for the Midsummer Night Celebration

June 20th (Saturday Night) is Midsummer’s Night - a magical night – auspicious for letting your innermost heart desire express
itself. Invoke the goddess and dance the night away with all the woodland fairies. Dress in your fairy or goddess splendor, wear
flowers in your hair and bring bells...lots of bells!

Midsummer’s Night Festivities will be filled with color - yellow for the harvest, green representing nature and blue for the sky. Many
of the ancient rituals will be honored including:

·        Staying up all night to welcome the rising sun at dawn.

·        Keeping a sacred fire burning all night. (The fire will be tended to by a ‘Keeper of the Fire’)

·        Dancing around the sacred fire to the beat of drums, bells and rattles

·        Burning a Yule wreath in the sacred fire.

·        Making a promise to Mother Nature to do something to improve the environment.

·        Exchanging magical gifts with fellow Pagans.

·        Exchanging songs, stories and psychic messages with others

·        Readings of the Tarot Cards and Runes.

·        Coming together in a healing circle.

Peppermint Tea is recommended to increase your psychic ability (drink some before reading the Tarot, consulting runes, scrying,
dowsing, etc.). Drinking Peppermint tea is also useful for healing and producing visions.

Another suggestion is the making of a Prayer Stick upon which you place specific prayers for those who need healing, for the
return to peace where there is no peace and for abundance in areas of the world where there is now poverty and scarcity.

Bring a cushion and/or blanket to sit on, something to drink and eat, a jacket and energetic objects you want near you ie. Crystals,
pictures, etc
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