Visitors and Volunteers
All visitors and volunteers must sign a release to protect The Wholeness from liability.
- They can sign online using the following link: https://crystalearth.org/release/
- Or you can download the Release form to print.
If they sign the release on paper, please snap a photo of it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then add their name to the list below.
CLICK HERE to see the list of people who have signed the release.Aimée Mercier-Farley
Cesar Tavarez (contractor)
Lynn and Vance Crocker
Sean Cristerna (contractor)
Founding Stewards and Steward Ambassadors may bring guests to both the North Camp and the Generator Sanctum (but not the Inner Sanctum). In addition, Sovereign Stewards may bring guests to the North Camp (only). Following are general guidelines for bringing guests.
- Groups: It is recommended that each Steward be responsible for no more than 3-4 guests (1 car load ). If you have additional guests, please organize for help from other Stewards.
- Releases: Stewards are responsible for ensuring that their guests have signed the release before they enter the property (see info about the release and the list of people who have already signed above).
- Donations: In general, there is a requested donation of $27 for those who wish to visit the Generator Sanctum. Note: If you have invited a guest for the purpose of advancing the mission of the project, you may use your discretion about whether encouraging a donation is appropriate. Irrespective of whether you decide its appropriate for a guest to donate, everyone who visits the land must sign the release.
- Land Use Protocols: Stewards must follow all land use protocols and ensure that their guests do as well. This includes staying on trails, using port a potties, and eating only in the North Camp. In addition, Stewards are responsible for knowing where their guests are at all times, and making sure they do not enter the Generator Sanctum.
- Recommendation: Regarding bringing guests to the Generator Sanctum, it is encouraged (but not required) that you plan to spend at least 2 hours in that area, rather than treating it like a “show and tell whistle-stop tour”. This will provide an opportunity for guests to experience the land and its energies. For those who don’t have 2-hours to spend, you can take them to the North Camp and the New Light Pyramid.
Organizing and Overseeing Volunteers
Founding Stewards who feel inspired to organize a volunteer day should first check with Nancy at email@example.com to find out what the current maintenance needs are or special projects that could be done. Nancy will orient the Founding Steward to the current needs and protocols, and empower the Steward to organize and oversee their volunteers in their own way.
Important points about volunteers:
- First-Timers: It is strongly suggested that an individual’s first visit to the land be in the form of pilgrimage rather than as a volunteer. This provides first-time visitors with an opportunity to experience the land and its energies before they spend time in work-mode.
- Groups: It is recommended that each Steward be responsible for no more than 3-4 volunteers (1 car load ). If you have additional participants, please organize for help from other Stewards.
- Additional Volunteers: In addition to the Temple Stewards, there may be other individuals who have expressed interest in helping out on Volunteer Days. Please email Nancy and Carol for names of people who are interested.