Sukkot, often called the Feast of Tabernacles or Feast of Ingathering is a Jewish holiday where they celebrate their bounteous harvest, the Israelites being set free, and how they were protected as they made their way to the Promised Land. They build a simple structure which symbolizes the booths the Israelites dwelled in during their journey. They mostly eat harvest food like fruits and vegetables, chicken soup, and kugels are often served.
Due to the times in which we live, there is no better time than now for us to CELEBRATE having bounteous blessings for the people of our earth, and freedom restored to our country, as we unite and set intentions to live joyously among one another. As we liken our day to what the Israelites endured, we can certainly see similarities, and I would like to envision our new lives filled with peace, love and joy and join together to raise the frequencies and vibrations of the earth to actually bring in what we so richly deserve!! This is the art of creation as we embody the joy of an abundant and bounteous life, and be in celebration of our freedom and rights!!
Bring family and friends!! R.S.V.P. below. Share healthy food and lets get creative and try new things relating to Jewish cuisine. Who knows what a kugel is? Bring your singing bowls, musical instruments, share your talents, or instruct us in a dance, or round of music. We are celebrating our new lives coming in. We are celebrating the remnant promises manifesting. What are the fulness of gospel blessings? What does that entail? Set your intentions and assist in building our Andean portal sukkot on sacred ground representing "the remnant" gathering place where we are enriched and filled with eternal light and blessings in preparation for these coming times.
The history here in Sanpete has been hid up for thousands and thousands of years. You often can't find it in a book that is documented by facts. The new education is going direct to receive personal revelation. There is a reason you are here. We are laying the foundation for promises and blessings never before so openly discussed or seen. Now is that time.
Bring a Jewish healthy dish, your instrument, dance or song. Bring a bucket of small to medium rocks to build the portal. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your water bottle, and jacket. It's a bit of a walk (probably around 1/8 to 1/4 mile) with a legs length hop over a small stream. Bring blanket for picnicking on grass, or lawn chair to sit and eat dinner.
Saturday, October 3, 2020
Meet at 256 N. 300 E.
1:00 - 3:30 Drive to Portal Property
4:00 - 5:00 Dinner in my backyard
5:00-7:00 Talent, Fun & Celebration
Donations are welcome to Rose Vine, a nonprofit association with Cherokee Indian Nations
P.O. Box 83, Ephraim, UT. 84627
Janice (Abrinna) 435-850-0613