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Bi-Annual National Waitaha Gathering
New Zealand, October 5-14, 2018

If you were invited to spend 10 days with someone like the Dalai Lama,
would you accept the invitation?

If you're ready to come home within yourself and experience more of your full potential,
then join Global Peacemakers and the Waitaha Nation of Peace in New Zealand, October, 2018.

The Global Peacemakers & Waitaha Japan in New Zealand This Fall

October 5 - 14, 2018

A visit to a Waitaha marae (sacred meeting ground) is an exclusive and unique opportunity available only by invitation from the counsel of the Waitaha elders. We are welcomed home…into their home, but more importantly home within ourselves; through the profound wisdom and guidance of sacred energy, Waitaha elders and ancestors, and true peace and the essence of love, as well as life itself. This journey invites you to return home, to the essence of what you truly are.

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The Pilgrimage

OCTOBER 5th to OCTOBER 14th, 2018


Itinerary – brief overview (subject to change)

  • 1

    Day 1 - Meet at Auckland Airport, North Island, New Zealand

    Lunch at Wellsford. Visit Waipouwa Foerst with Cremony. Arrive at Kohewhata Marae. Powhiri. Welcome Ceremony

  • 2

    Day 2 - The Kohewhata Marae

    We spend the day at the marae (sacred meeting ground) with Hui Huinga (gatherings). Ceremony by the Elders. Two speakers in the morning. Three speakers after lunch.

  • 3

    Day 3 - The Kohewhata Marae - Excursion Day

    Full day excursion to Cape Reinga / Te Rerenga Wairua, the northwesternmost tip of New Zealand. Ceremony in Dragon Gateway. Kauri Museum.

  • 4

    Day 4 - The Kohewhata Marae

    We spend the day at the marae in deep conversation and contemplation. Lectures from visiting speakers continue. Closing of formal gathering, evening ceremony and celebration.

  • 5

    Day 5 - Travel to Maruia Springs

    Leave Kohewhata marae and travel to South Island and Maruia Springs.

  • 6

    Day 6 - Hokitika Beach Front

    Hokitika, visit Arahura River, home of jade princess. If you are lucky, you might find your own personal piece to bring home.

  • 7

    Day 7 - Flock hill

    Visit Hokitita Gorge on the way to Arthur's Pass. Ceremonial Prayer.

  • 8

    Day 8 - Flock Hill sacred rocks

    Visit ancestral resting place. Experience Flock Hill Farm sacred rock and an actual sheep farm in action.

  • 9

    Day 9 - Christchurch

    Slow return to Western life, including a visit to a mall created with containers. Farewell dinner and ceremony.

  • 10

    Day 10 - Departure Day

    Take the free shuttle to Christchurch airport...or extend the journey on your own. Haere ra.

The Waitaha Nation of Peace

Waitaha wisdom keeper and elder,
Te Porohau Ruka Te Korako
is extending a unique invitation
to members of Global Peacemakers.

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"The Waitaha Nation are a group of very disparate peoples, who have one continuous thread of relativity, being the dream of love peace and truth
in everything that we do.

We the Waitaha, all share an accumulation of knowledge and wisdom that is seen as the collective libraries of all of our Ancestors, all the way back into our very well recorded past present and future."

~ Te Porohau Ruka Te Korako

These are the lands and people where His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been known to go and recharge his batteries, reconnect and rest. The Waitaha Elder and Chief Te Porohau, whom you will meet and learn from, is the counselor and close friend of the Dalai Lama.

Very little is known about the oldest and earliest tribal people of New Zealand because they closed their doors in the 1700's during the discovery by European settlers. They were unknown until 1988, and only began sharing their wisdom with a few very select groups starting in 2014.

Their origin begins from the Exodus of Egypt! The ancestors of a "Nation of Waitaha" were the first inhabitants of New Zealand; three groups of people of different races, two of light complexion and one of dark complexion, who arrived in New Zealand from Egypt to the Pacific. Their oral history says they came from “all four directions” landing on the shores of New Zealand guided by whales. They are a pre-maori / non-maori people who have insisted on living their non-warrior / non-violent ways throughout the centuries.

The Waitaha Nation is a matriarchal nation, known as the Peace Keepers and Water Carriers of the Earth. This theme is powerful and a core component of their wisdom; teaching how to still the water within each of us...finding Peace within.

Unlike all other nations or tribes of the world, you become Waitaha by your character, not your genetic ancestors. There are Waitaha of many genes (Japanese, New Zealand, USA, etc.); it is decided based on your values, character, and behavior, which is unique to any other part of the world or nations. Therefore, you cannot identify a Waitaha by their “looks,” but, instead, by their character.

Junko Nakatani

Japanese master and healer,
as well as an honorary member
of the Waitaha elder council,

is joining Global Peacemakers
for this pilgrimage home -
sharing her wisdom and
healing mastery.

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What's Included:  

  • Attendance to unique bi-annual Waitaha Air Gathering
  • Wisdom sharing & ceremonies by Te Porohau & Waitaha Elders (not accessible to buy)
  • Accommodations: 4 nights at the marae, 5 nights in shared hotel room
  • All local transportation, excluding air travel
  • Meals: 8 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 7 dinners
  • Several Excursions
  • Koha: customary gifts to locals at Marae

What's Not Included:

  • Airfare to and from New Zealand
  • Domestic airfare Auckland to Christchurch
  • Some meals: 1 Breakfast, 4 Lunches, 2 Dinners
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuity and potential donations
  • Personal needs, extra snacks, purchases etc

Total Value Over $12,000 - Plus A Once In a Lifetime Experience, By Invitation Of Waitaha Elders

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