"We're checking in for The Sacred Harmony Safari! Would someone please help carry our TRUNKS?"
Elephants parading through the lobby of your hotel? Now, that's a BIG surprise! But look closely and you will see the family standing between my arms! In my first visit to Zambia in 2010, this very same family appeared out of nowhere from behind me just to get into this picture! That kind of magic is normal for me in Africa, but even that miracle is just the beginning!
Please watch this video made by one of my beloved students, Beth Hawkins, who came on the safari with me in 2015. If you love and want to protect elephants, grab some tissue, because if their beauty and majesty doesn't bring tears to your eyes, you won't get to learn to "hear" them. That faculty is only opened by a sense of reverence, awe, grace, and undying love. Do you love them the way I do?
This is no normal year for the Sacred Harmony Safari! Join us for this THANSKGIVING PARTY WITH THE ELEPHANTS SACRED HARMONY SAFARI this year at Mfuwe Lodge! In the first Sacred Harmony Safari of its kind--of the elephant kind-- I invite you to Mfuwe Lodge where Queen Wonkeytusks became famous for walking through the lobby with her family to munch on her favorite mango tree every November. This is one of the most miraculous spectacles on earth and has completely changed how humans view elephant behavior. We will be doing everything in our power to invite the precious pachyderms back in for a Thanksgiving Party but if they have polished off the mango on their favorite tree, we'll join them outside for parties daily in their own home.
Just watch how magical this elephant parade is!
So that's something to be really grateful for! Unfortunately Wonkeytusks has passed away, and so has her daughter, Naughtytusks, who was my favorite elephant and the star of the Good Vibrations chapter in Whispers From the Wild: Listening to Voices from the Animal Kingdom which will be released by New World Library on October 11, 2016.
Naughty's family and Wonkey's kin are the elephants that meet at "Tent Number 5" every year in South Luangwa...and push their babies very near my lap so I could admire them. Naughty even kissed my face. This is my first safari at Mfuwe Lodge but it has been a life-long dream of mine to watch the elephants stroll through the lobby. Maybe it is for you, too, so this year we simply must do something special and see how up-close-and-personal my favorite family will get when I introduce them to my human friends...you!
I caught this pic when this proud new mom brought her calf to meet my trunk. The little one retreated into the safety of her mother's four-legged shelter. In the wild the only true danger for baby elephants is crocodiles but when they get older...man. I was flattered that this new mom trusted me so much with her newborn. I didn't have to "zoom" much. They were only a few feet away.
Night safaris are especially thrilling. Look at this amazing picture I caught of two of my favorite lions who were enjoying a romantic evening out...right in front of our truck!
But morning safaris never disappoint! Just look at how many rare "wild dogs" played and romped around our truck! What a rare treat this was to even get a glimpse of these elusive animals!
From there we will go to Kafunta River Lodge where you will meet Josephat, my favorite guide, also a star of the Whispers From the Wild book.
Here Joseph takes us to the resting place of his ancestors and introduces us to his "Grandma." (There is a LOT of laughter on this safari!)
Just look how close Joseph let us get to the giraffes!
Mfuwe Lodge sports the most beautiful spa I've ever seen where you will be eye-level with a party of hippos who luxuriate in their lagoon while you luxuriate in an open-air spa to receive a massage or treatment. At Kafunta, we will visit at least one school so that you can meet the children I love so much or we will go to the Reformed Church where you will hear the most celestial choir must as we continue our Thanksgiving celebration with praise and song.
Meet me in the Garden of Eden! Please watch these glorious slideshows from the 2015 Sacred Harmony Safari! Feast your eyes on THIS:
Come be a part of this grand celebration of Nature and her masterpieces: the African wildlife!
Please be aware that this incredibly exclusive safari only can take EIGHT guests so that you can share the same truck with me, but these safaris are now OPEN to private charters if you would like to schedule a safari of your own with me at a different time of the year. And an you can add an additional night for an exta fee. Tailor your experience!
It's a Global Celebration
of African Animal Communication
With Amelia Kinkade
"Who says I 'WHISPER?'"
November 22-29, 2018
South Luangwa National Park, Zambia, Africa
November 22-25, Kafunta River Lodge.
In order to book, please contact Izzy at email@example.com.
November 25-29, Mfuwe Lodge.
In order to book, please reserve early and contact Amy Alderman: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Ginger," Amelia's favorite lion, has come to meet her safaris six years in a row!
Amelia Kinkade knows! And she can teach YOU to discover what exotic animals really think, want, need and feel. Come whisper with the wild animal kingdom in the first safari of its kind! Join one of the world’s most respected Interspecies Communicators in this transformational safari in magnificent Luangwa National Park. Here with this African paradise around you, Amelia will teach you to find the paradise within you, the “still point” where your own divine intuition can commune with the hearts, bodies, minds and souls of other living beings…even the world’s wildest animals!
Not only will you be up close and personal with the Big 5, Amelia will teach you The Language of Miracles, a very effective process of nonverbal communication which will help you call, connect, and converse with animals on a level you never before dreamed possible!
Do these rare radiant animals know they are endangered? Do they want to talk to human beings and offer us advice about ourselves, our behavior and our future together? Do they hold the secrets of creating a harmonious world where the Garden of Eden can be restored on earth?
Come ask them!
In this very exclusive seven day intensive, Amelia will privately coach the smallest group she offers anywhere in the world, so apply early to secure your place in this astonishing opportunity of a lifetime!
Come offer your undying love to the endangered animals of this planet and return to the cradle of human civilization in central Africa, which was once the starting point of the human race. Return to the Motherland to build the restoration of sacred harmony between humans and all other living beings. Meet and praise Mother Nature’s masterpieces: the wild animals of Africa!
Join Amelia on breath-taking daily game-drives in this resplendent paradise where every glorious vista of unspoilt wilderness is teaming with an array of species living together in perfect harmony.
On this private tour, you will be alone with Amelia and only a few other students in your very own truck alongside Josephat, a wise loving local guide or the guide at Mfuwe lodge who has just won Zambia's guide of the year award. In the first ever humane photo safari lead by a globally recognized psychic, Amelia will draw the animals near in order to teach you how to talk to them and actually hear them “speak.” She can light the fire of your own intuition and demonstrate that when even lions and leopards are approached with adoration, silent awe, respect, reverence, and tenderness, telepathic ability is not a God-given gift, but a learned skill available to all of us.
Distill and develop your psychic abilities as Amelia reveals the secrets of
NOTE: All participants will be invited to bring a photograph of one of their beloved animals to practice reading and swapping with other participants. Pictured here, Annabelle, (Honorary Canine Chairman of Ark Angel, and creator of her own division, "Bark Angel") showed her wild side back home when she disguised herself as a dangerous bee for Halloween. But a picture never lies! And I can teach you all how to "read" photographs, too! But first we must take them!
So of course, photographers will have the opportunity of a lifetime here in South Luanga which has the highest lion and leopard population per square foot on earth! Here's a few pictures I took in 2016 when I tried to "call" and communicate with one of the most ravishingly beautiful animals on earth. But first, I had to wake her up!
What's that up in that tree? Do you see what I see? Is that someone hiding from me?
"Can you 'hear me' my beauty?"
"Oh, Lucy! I thought it was you! How you've grown! I know it's your bedtime, but won't you wake up and talk to me?"
"Oh, my sweetheart, are you crabby that I woke you?"
"Sunset is coming so it's morning for you! Time to wake up and go hunting! I'm so sorry I woke you but I crossed the world just to see you...and tell you how much I love you! Won't you turn around so I can see your beautiful face?"
"Oh Lucy! That's my girl! Thank you for taking a meeting with us, and for helping me learn to use my new camera! I'll be back next year with more new friends who will fly all the way across the world, too... just to adore you."
Lucy's mother, Alice, used to come greet my safaris every year and now Lucy is all grown up and has taken over for her mom! Isn't she a stunner?
The final day of the safari will include a daytrip to support Project Luangwa, where we visit a school in a nearby village. We will journey into a nearby township where our efforts will help build a kindergarten for some of the world’s most gracious, happy, bright-eyed and underprivileged children. The school project also includes plans to build dormitories for high-school boys who are now sleeping 70 to a room. So if you think you've got a monkey on your back--come help me help these kids, and these kids will grow up to be animal lovers!
Ark Angel also reaches out to kids in churches. In 2016, we had the unique pleasure of attending The Reformed Church where I helped give the ministry based on loving the earth and her animals with the understanding that we are ALL children of God. Here true Ark Angels, Rita and Michelle Black attended the service, sang, danced, and praised with the local women, and offered financial support to the new generation of animal protectors.
Ark Angel had the honor of contributing the glass panes for the new church windows. As an expression of their gratitude, the magnificent choir visited Kafunta River Lodge one evening and gave us a private concert under the stars. With voices like these, no one could ever doubt the existence of angels. When we return in 2017, we will get to visit the church and see the new finished windows.
THIS SPECTACULAR SAFARI INCLUDES:
November 22-29, 7 night safari at Mfuwe Lodge and Kafunta Lodge: $7280.00
What former guests are saying about The Sacred Harmony Safari:
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! The week with you at Kafunta was one of the most memorable, outstanding and amazing experiences we've ever had - and definitely a life changing event for all of us! Simply unforgettable!
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Welcome to my world! To a world where a billion voices rise in unison to be heard. Can you stand up, dust off your disheveled broken wings, and realize that while you weren’t looking…you wings magically healed? It’s time to learn how to use them. I need you all to take a big breath, and jump! Are you an Ark Angel? If you don’t believe order and harmony can be restored on this planet, I only have one question for you: Then why did you come? If you have the aching desire, the burning—maybe angry, maybe tired, maybe frustrated—hope that we can still somehow save this planet, you are an Ark Angel. If you love animals so much that they help connect you with some dim half-forgotten hope that there is a God and we have a place in His world, you are an Ark Angel. Is there anything we can do? Individually, no. Absolutely nothing. But together? YES! Together my squadron of Ark Angels can go into formation and start transforming this planet?
Wingtip to wingtip, let’s hit the skies, and fly to where we’re needed most, where animals are suffering, where their dignity and safety needs to be restored. Let’s educate the children. Let’s champion innocence and beauty in all its forms: Their soft fur, their pleading eyes, their sloppy kisses. Let’s start to be there for those who can’t speak for themselves. Let’s try to be there for those who need us. This is what being an Ark Angel is all about. Nothing can bring justice but courage. Nothing can bring salvation but hope. Bring me you hope and courage. Bring me your broken wings. And let’s find a powerful creative way to bring positive change to this planet. Each and every one of you is a powerful agent of change. Let’s lift our faces to the Light and our hearts up in praise. God is good. The world is beautiful. Let’s make it better. Let’s save it so that future generation can enjoy the splendor of Nature and her animals. Ark Angel is a call to arms. Spread your wings! Unsheath your lightening sword! Join the flock.
I had the children talk about elephants, dance as elephants, draw elephants in two-figure compositions—that means I didn’t ask the kids to draw isolated elephants, or just the “outer edges” of elephants, but elephants portrayed not as two-dimensional objects or as “menaces” which is how they’re perceived in Africa; but as living, thinking, loving beings who have relationships with each other. The drawings were the most tender, caring, thoughtful and skillful drawings I’ve ever seen drafted by a group of fifty 8-14 year olds. But the true success happened when I asked the kids to make up plays to act out their perceptions of elephant poaching. This was the most incredible moment of my life. When I asked the kids if they thought a baby elephant would miss his mother if she got killed, they all said, “No!” Then I directed a girl to play the mommy elephant, another girl play the auntie, and a little boy to play the baby elephant. I had one boy volunteer to be the big bad poacher! The “poacher” shot the mommy and the auntie and killed them both. Both girls fell to the floor. The little African boy playing the baby elephant, shuffled over to his dead aunt and mother and just gently nudged them with his hand, pretending it was his nose. He mourned their loss so beautifully, he made it look so sad even without words. After this amazing pantomime, I asked the class, “NOW do you think a baby elephant would miss his mother if she got poached?” and they all said, “Yes!” I had them yell at the top of their lungs, “Poacher-NO! Protector-YES! Poacher-NO! Protector-YES!”
We performed another play where a lioness got trapped in a stare. The hero was a scout who freed her. We then cheered, "Snare-NO! Scout-YES! Snare-NO! Scout-YES!" And the girls learned how to work together learning the importance of women-helping-women and bonding like lionesses in a pride.
ARK ANGEL is now an established non-profit, based in Los Angeles, California, and our doors are OPEN for contributions. Paypal donations will enable me to continue my work in schools in Africa and around the world. Let’s invest in a new future where tigers and elephants are still on this earth when your children grow up. Please support me as I build an "ARK" for the last remaining endangered species on this planet and educate the children who will grow up to be their keepers...or their killers.
"We can do no great things. Only small things with great love." --Mother Teresa