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To Go Forward

A Special 11:11 Event

April 20 -21, 2012

Rapa Nui (Easter Island)

‘A Mu’a is a Rapa Nui word meaning TO GO FORWARD

As True Ones and active Silent Watchers, it is now time to go forward into Living True Lives as True Ones. This special 11:11 ‘A MU’A Event was necessary so we can click into our true positions. It cleared the path for the manifestation of the Heart of AN and prepared us for the final 11:11 Activation later this year.


The whole of our journey through the 11:11 Doorway so far has brought us to this point. The new MUA has already begun. This was our final preparation for the momentous Eleventh Gate Activation on November 22nd, 2012 which is the completion of our journey through the 11:11 Doorway.


The completion of our journey through the 11:11 Doorway is deeply connected with the the Heart of AN. The Heart of AN is birthed by our 11:11 Journey. It is not something that will manifest at some point in the future; it is happening NOW. The Heart of AN is being created from the inside outwards and it needs all of us who have the Heart’s Knowingness of it, to consciously participate in making it happen.

The Heart of AN exists in the Ultra Greater Reality, not in duality. It is being created for the benefit of all. It is vitally important to manifest the physical Heart of AN now. This must happen before the Eleventh Gate is activated and our journey through the 11:11 Doorway is complete. Our 11:11 ‘A MU’A Ceremony in Rapa Nui triggered us into remembrance of the Heart of AN and our True Purpose. Once the Heart of AN is brought into the physical, we can begin activating the Towers of Light of AN.


The ancient meaning of Rapa Nui is “The Eye Turned Towards the Sky”. Rapa Nui or Easter Island, is a very special Polynesian Island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, west of Chile. It was the perfect location for our ‘A MU’A Ceremony. The Polynesian people of Rapa Nui hold the memory of when we descended from the stars in celestial canoes. Spread all around the island are almost a thousand Moai, giant statues carved by the ancient inhabitants of Rapa Nui.

Our ‘A Mu’a Ceremony in Rapa Nui consisted of three parts. We began in the afternoon of April 20th at Anakena. Here we danced our new Eye of AN Dance and aligned the Eye Turned Towards the Sky  of Rapa Nui with the Eye of AN.

In early evening we went to Tongariki for the second part of our ‘A Mu’a Ceremony. Sitting as Silent Watchers in front of the fifteen massive Moai, we seeded the New Moon that would occur in the middle of the night with the seeds of ‘A Mu’a. We left as darkness was falling.

At 6:30 the following morning, we returned to Tongariki in total darkness for the final part of our “A Mu’a Ceremony. As we sat in front of the Moai, a vast canopy of stars was overhead. It was an unforgettable experience. As the new dawn slowly arose, we could feel that the seeds of ‘A Mu’a that had been planted in the New Moon of the previous night had already quickened. We made the new ‘A Mu’a Mudra while walking closer and closer to the Moai. It was a joyous experience. After the sunrise, we departed.


There were 288 Anchor Groups in 46 Countries who aligned with us in this momentous ceremony.

With Special Thanks to our Photographers:

Adriana, Alanah, Alexander, Arbaline, Bekoim, ElMara, Elona, Emanáku, Felipe, Galina, Ingrid, Jorge, Kalasara, Laya, Lilija, Lili, Lucia, Maksim, Marcela y Marcela, Maria, Marisa, Maru, Paloma, Patricia, Petra, Rosana, Sebastian and Vera.

11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 1 Our Hotel

There were nightly protests outside the restaurant.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 2 Rapa Nui (1)

Moai overlooking the ocean.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 3 Rapa Nui Ocean


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 4 Rapa Nui Skies


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 5 Preparations


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 6 Rapa Nui (2)

This is the only place other than Lake Titicaca where tortora reeds grow.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 7 Hanga Roa


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 8 Anakena

A small group of us visited Anakena and Tongariki a day before the 'A Mu'a to ask permission for our ceremony. Jorge played his flute at both sites.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 9 Rano Rarako

There are hundreds of unfinished Moai here.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 10 Tongariki


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 11 Departure from Hotel


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 12 Arrival at Anakena


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 13 White Dragon Gate


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 14 Guardians

Guardian replacement

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 15 Mudras


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 16 Sacred Dances


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 17 Procession Up


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 18 Mudras and the Moai


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 19 People at Anakena Ceremony

Ongralea, Jenny and Minna from Finland, Marisa and Eliane from Brazil.

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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 20 Tongariki 1 Arrival


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 21 Tongariki Evening


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 22 Tongariki: Seeding the ‘A Mu’a


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 23 Tongariki Next Morning


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 24 Tongariki In the Darkness


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 25 Tongariki Before Sunrise


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 26 Tongariki Sunrise (1)


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 27 Tongariki Sunrise (2)


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 28 Tongariki: ‘A Mu’a


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 29 Tongariki: People (1)


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 30 Tongariki: People (2)


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 31 Tongariki: Departure


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11:11 ‘A Mu’a – 32 Farewell Rapa Nui

Rapa Nui - aerial view - Tongariki

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