Aztecs dance for rain in the West Coast


Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – On Friday night, Puerto Vallarta was blessed with our biggest rains of the season, like the good old days, ankle deep on many streets. We even laughed in delight as Mother Earth blessed us with a huge downpour just as the Aztec finished the ceremonial launch of our third Earth Hug.

Our Vallarta Saludable and the Native American Olympic Team Foundation (NAOTF) united teams of gifted Native Elders and multi-faith Earth Healers on Sacred and Holy mountains, together with others in solidarity to Help Inspire Rains & Snows For West Coast with a Saturday, September 19 Earth Hug.

That story includes how this year the prophetic Lakota Chief Arvol Lookinghorse joined us on his sacred mountain. Plus, his wife Paula connected us with the “Omnipresent” Heidi Little, whose 35 groups with 500,000 world youth prayed with us and now again on this Equinox.

So we are dancing again on Tuesday, the powerful Sept 21 Equinox, to help inspire even more rains and snows for the West coast and everywhere in dire need. That is because, as I was taught by the Elders for 25 years, Mother Earth, like most women (and many more men), is even more generous when given love and appreciation! Sometimes doubling the snow. Also send some prayers to our Guatemala neighbors who have been in drought for 15 years, why many caravans through Mexico to the U.S. to survive.

The Equinox, like the Solstice, is a super high love vibrational day – therefore CRITICAL, to further help our interconnected Earth Family in dire need of moisture to put out and prevent fires. Everyone needs to help since Harvard says forest fires are a main cause of global warming since they release massive carbon, plus destroy forests that are massive carbon-capturers. And scientists says we need to get down to 1.5°C to stop this “6th Extinction.” Skiers, this is a big chance to restore our snow.

The bonus is that by our praying for others in greater need, according to the Universal law of Karma, Puerto Vallarta was again blessed with our needed rains to help balance our paradise to keep our region cool in the face of global warming.

And, most critically, by helping inspire rains/snows to extinguish the fires everywhere, we are helping cool our oceans to help restore the world’s and Mexico’s half-dead coral, our fish nurseries, and restore the purity of our waters critical for health and tourism we depend on.

This lockdown has helped clear our skies and waters. So let’s keep it that way and work out of our homes and use our wonderful eco-friendly air-conditioned new buses whenever possible, to help keep us and our emerald planet magnificent.

While we cannot safely invite many to our Equinox ceremony, we invite you to also be Super Heroes with hundreds of thousands of youth praying for their future, by also doing a prayer, joyful dance, walk, run, hike, or swim with gratitude to Mother Earth for the rains and snows, and pretty much everything, to help rebalance our world.

‘You’ll see why by solving our world’s spiritual crisis – through our prayer power and serving others – we can solve today’s world energy (and carbon crisis),” said one of our most advanced Earth helpers. Together we can bring in a loving, stunning New Dawn of our dreams. For more details read the full article (PDF) on

by Suzy Chaffee
Suzy Chaffee, a former Olympic skier who helped invent dancing down mountains, has turned activist, journalist, filmmaker, and has worked with seven U.S. Presidents. She is now co-chairman of a non-profit partnership of the Elders of the Americas and Olympians, called the Native American Olympic Team Foundation, which aims to heal Mother Earth for all our children through joyful sports and education. Chaffee also co-founded Vallarta Saludable A en P, helping restore the vibrant health of Vallartans through organic stevia, yummy superfoods (coaching), and farming that is also restoring our turquoise bay, partnered with the UN. For more information, contact Suzy at SuzyNativeVoices(at) or visit or

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