Sacred Land's Mission Statement
Sacred Lands Preservation and Education, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving land that has historical and archaeological significance. We are committed to protect the Narvaez/Anderson Indian mound which is the site of an ancient Tocobaga village. We honor the Tocobaga Indians who lived here and are now gone and unable to speak for themselves.
Harold and Frances Anderson acquired the site of the Indian Mound in the 1940's and hosted many activities over the years. Countless visitors have enjoyed the land, many who seemed to be drawn to the land by its special allure. The atmosphere is peaceful and serene facilitating a reconnection with your deeper self.
It is our intention to share this place of beauty with others. We host a native American speakers and presenters. Sweat Lodge ceremonies are available. We also host a peace meditation circle biweekly around the sacred fire. These spiritual gatherings are free and open to anyone who comes in a respectful way.
We present programs about the history of this land, environmental issues, nature and spirituality. We have a special interest in the arts and music and enjoy combining learning about this special site with entertainment. All our programs have the goal of assisting people in feeling the truth of the statement
that we are all related.
These events are supported by donations, and any donation is tax deductible. Sacred Lands is a tax deductible, 501C-3 organization.
We hope you will come and join us.
Mitakuye Oyasin - "All our relations"
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