“Melting the Ice in the Heart of Man”


Saturday March 9th, 7 PM to 10 PM


Kay Chapel, American University (directions follow)


Our host organization at American University is the Center for Global Peace


Suggested donation $20, made to The Masters Group

AU Students attend free; no one is turned away for inability to pay

Please RSVP in advance to



Indigenous traditional wisdom of the Northern and the  Southern Hemispheres will be represented in our March Peace Forum. In preparing  for this very special evening, we have been unexpectedly presented with two  unusual gifts - feathers from an eagle and a condor, the sacred birds of the  Northern and Southern hemispheres. Native prophecies say that “when the eagle  and the condor unite, there can be peace in the world”. With this in mind, we’ll  be asking our presenters to perform a ceremony with these feathers. All attendees will be invited to join this ceremony. At the end of the evening, Angaangaq will do a live music presentation including drumming.

Our Presenters Are:

Angaangaq Lybreth, an Eskimo spiritual leader originally from Greenland and now living in Canada. He is particularly concerned about the  melting of the ice, global warming and its connection to human nature “Uncle” is associated with the United Religions Initiative, the Club of Budapest, The Masters Group, the Earth Restoration Corps, and the Jane Goodall Institute.

Deborah Lord, a  Nagual Teacher in the Toltec Eagle Knight lineage brought forward by don Miguel  Ruiz. Deborah has over 20 years experience in the healing arts. Deborah is a  practical Shaman and currently heads up the Toltec Mystery School in Bolder, CO.  Deborah will share how integrating the Four Agreements into your life can  activate a deep peace inside of you.  When you experience true inner peace, there is no need to actively try to modify the outside world.

We feel that this evening will be an unusual opportunity to receive much wisdom, understanding, and blessings. Please join us.



DETAILED DIRECTIONS (maps can be found at our website

Directions to Kay Chapel:

Kay Chapel is located at the East side of the American University Campus, near Ward Circle, which is at the intersection of  Massachusetts Ave. and Nebraska Ave, in Northwest DC.



>From northeast of Washington (New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore), follow Interstate 95 south to Interstate 495 west toward Silver Spring. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway).

>From south or west of Washington (Norfolk, Richmond, Charlottsville) follow interstate 95 north or Interstate 66 east to Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway. Follow Interstate 495 north. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway).

>From northwest of Washington (western Pennsylvania, western Maryland), follow Interstate 270 south. Where Interstate 270 divides, follow the right-hand branch toward norther Virginia (not towards Washington). Merge with Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway, and soon afterwards take exit 39, River Road. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway).

>From Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway), take exit 39 and carefully follow the signs for River Road (Maryland Route 190) east toward Washington. Continue east on River Road to the fifth traffic light. Turn right onto Goldsboro Road (Maryland Route 614). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Massachusetts Avenue (Maryland Route 396). Continue on Massachusetts Avenue for about two miles, through the first traffic circle (Westmoreland Circle).  About on mile further on, enter a second traffic circle (Ward Circle). Take the first right turn out of the circle, onto Nebraska Avenue. The campus is on your right.

>From Nebraska Avenue, you may enter the university’s visitor parking lot by turning left at the first traffic light onto New Mexico Avenue and then left into the parking lot adjacent to the Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church. Or you may drive directly onto the campus by driving past the first traffic light on Nebraska Avenue and turning right at the first gate. Very shortly, you will see a campus map on the right. It will direct you to the Office of Admissions, located in Hamilton Building, where you will find a metered parking lot for visitors.


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