This year, 2011, the National Rainbow Gathering was in Washington State about 30 miles Southeast of Mt. Saint Helen’s. It was an excellent gathering. There may have been 15,000 to 20,000 people throughout the two weeks of Gathering. I was there solo this year so I had no assistance to build a Camp Baha. But I was able to give two presentations. Read the rest of this entry »
This year, from July 16 – 20 we held the Prophecy Camp at Dreamtime Festival in Paonia/Hotchkiss, Colorado.
Below is the schedule of the presentations given:
Schedule of Presentations at Prophecy Campus, Dreamtime 2009
Friday, July 17, 10am:
New Jerusalem in the Rockies
See exactly how the Rocky Mountains fulfill the New Jerusalem prophecies from the Book of Revelation. You are in the Promised Land, come see the verses and clear proof. Read the rest of this entry »
We have a teaching effort at the 2009 National Rainbow Gathering. Our camp is called CAMP BAHA. Look for us on the main map. Here is our schedule of presentations for 2009 Rainbow Gathering in New Mexico:
Tuesday, June 30th… 8pm New Jerusalem in the Rockies, See explicitly how the Rocky Mountains are the prophesied New Jerusalem from the Book of Revelation, crystal clear proof.
Wednesday, July 1… 3pm The Great Pyramid of Giza, A Chronological Book of Prophecy in Stone.
Wednesday, July 1… 8pm Read the rest of this entry »
This year, 2008, Dreamtime celebrated her 7th anniversary. Dreamtime is a uniquely Colorado festival in Paonia.
After the Rainbow Gathering, I got a hold of the management at Dreamtime and they scholarshipped us for a “Prophecy Campus” at Dreamtime 2008. The timing was sweet and no one can say there isn’t spontanaety at Dreamtime. This festival is small but real sweet. Victor and Josiah joined me, and together we built a little shanty shelter and set up a stove and a lantern and that big orange tent. It was windy in the am but the fort was strong and held up to all weather.
We were listed in the Dreamtime schedule booklet for three talks. We actually did five talks. Read the rest of this entry »