New instalment of this special series from the Mayan jungle of Mexico
Beautiful painting finished over the bathroom’s wall, the portrait of a cosmic union between two souls emerging from the Gaian mind, sharing one heart, one soul, all interconnected by the Ceiba tree. It is the magical sacred tree of the Mayan people…
In the sixth instalment of this special Diary series, Mexican adventurer, entrepreneur and contributor to The Third Eye,
GUILLERMO ALARCÓN, continues reporting on the latest developments of his amazing project, . Currently being built in the magical The Lemurian Embassy Maya Jungles of Yucatan, Mexico, The Lemurian Embassy is an alternative self sustainable Eco village.
To reach The Lemurian Embassy from Chichen Itza (Piste): Take an (oriente) bus towards Merida then get off at Libre Union. As soon as you reach El Pueblo, the excited locals will show you where the taxis are located in order to reach the Embassy.
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Photography by Guillermo Alarcon
Arriving in to Lemurian Land in the Mayan jungle of Yucatan Lemurian Embassy is located near the World Heritage site of Chichen Itza in the State of Yucatan, Mexico. “Our location was chosen because of the proximity to this powerful energetic centre, once capital of the Maya Civilization. Lemurian Embassy project is located deep in the jungle between the town of Libre Union and Yaxcaba”, says Guillermo Alarcon, founder of the Lemurian Embassy. Night time fire at the Lemurian Embassy Crossroads Lemurian paths deep in the Maya jungle The tree house at the Lemurian Embassy Temple Palapa under the shadow of an Ancient Maya Jungle “In the center of our permaculture magical garden, there is a statue of Lord Shiva. Our friend Milosh brought this for us from India as a present, and our friend DEEA created magical ritual symbols in the heart of the garden, making our vegetables grow strong” says Guillermo. This is our Permaculture Magical Garden 01. We are growing various fruits and vegetables right now including this incredible set of Piña (Pineapples) Excited! A view over the permaculture garden and the first tomato! Painting on a wall at the Lemurian Embassy Mexican Habanero growing hot and strong for those with a hot palette Guillermo Alarcon at the entrance of a palapa – Mayan style cabana A view over the traditional Mayan Temazcal sweat lodge under construction “Traditional Temazcal sweat lodge being built on Lemurian land! The first structure model was built by our friend from France. The project then became instead a sacred womb for shamanic ceremonies. Another project went underway to build another Temazcal, utilising more of a sacred alignment with the sun’s path and the amount of sticks used” says Guillermo. This is “CHAYA”, The Maya SUPERFOOD!! Equally to the Macca of Peru, an extremely powerful vegetable with healing properties growing right in our magical garden.
This is the biggest palapa main house / guest center, currently hosting up to 10 people in the top loft.. This is the biggest palapa we have with over 6 beds. We have hosted 10+ people, it’s incredibly big and beautiful! This is the first palapa built at Lemurian Embassy. It is used mostly as the healing center and sometimes as a room for our special guests. Lots of work has been going down to decorate this palapa over the past year Finished palapa – Mayan style cabana Our palapas are made using all natural renewable materials. We use palm guanos to cover our roofs, and the ancient traditional technique of cob earth and straw to plaster the walls, making our homes fresh and artistically innovative! New mural painting on the temple palapa by my good friend San Francisco Muralist Laura Campos! Photo by UNO New mural painted by artist and friend Laura Campos New mural painted by artist and friend Laura Campos “This is the Sacred Tree of the Maya is called “CEIBA”. An amazing story behind this baby tree: one night a bat threw a ceiba tree and it landed right in the entrance road. As I was walking, I was able to identify it and replanted it into a safer zone. This baby is our roots and holds the Embassy powerful as it is” Our friend and Lemurian Citizen Robin leaving for Germany, saying goodbye to Erika Afternoon at the Lemurian Embassy: the view from the tree house
In the surroundings of Lemurian land through the Maya jungle in Yucatan. Beautiful, Magical cenotes near the Embassy. This one is called Ikil cenote.