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Spiritual Leaders such as High Priests, Royals, Seers, Wise Men and Prophets from the entire continent of ancient Africa would all make pilgrimages to the Great African Glaciers that created the Nile River. Often, the reason for their pilgrimage was a last resort option to ask God for peace concerning a crisis back home. For many millenniums, this region was known as the Mountain and Lands of the Gods. The precise location the biblical Mt. Zion was inspired by.
In ancient times it was called Kirinyaga and Thaio. Although the local population still use these names, it’s more commonly known as Mt. Kenya. It’s the second largest Mountain in Africa and a United Nations World Heritage Site. Tribal Guardians of the Mountain have announced through their ambassador that major changes are coming to America for the benefit of African Americans and advised them to do Mt. Kenya Prayer Walk in preparation for the changes to come (including warnings of natural disasters).
by Pilpal.orgSept. 23, 2017
The letter above was written to Ambassador Prince Michael by the only man on Earth who can grant access to the sacred scrolls of Africa. This letter serves our entire generation as a sign of the times we’re living in today. A sign to indicate that a new civilization is emerging for ascension of Africa’s Children. All around the world!
IS MOUNT KENYA THE BIBLICAL MT. ZION?
Several maps from the 1700’s affirm the tradition of Mt. Kenya being Sion. In fact, armed with these ancient maps and the wisdom of the Kikuyu Seers, HRH Prince, Saint Michael discovered a linguistic jewel that finally brings the unprecendented etymology of the word Zion to humanity.
No! You are travelling in a circle around the mountain, stopping in 6 towns on December 27th. Although many modern people defile the Sacred Mountain by climbing its peaks, Pilpal.org will not include that in our pilgrimage program.
To verify your identity and help us provide security for your pilgrimage.
Yes! There is plenty of time for you to get your passport. You are no required to have one before applying for this program.
The application fee of $144 give you entry into our program. Our program assumes responsibility for paying for all members with revenue generated through our various business models mentioned in the “How Travel Expenses Are Covered” section.
Pilgrims will stay with their local guardians. You choose your guardians through our Private Pilgrimage Network. The Private Network will be similar to http://AirBNB.com. Except our site expounds on the actual Guardians who are hosting pilgrims. This is a tradition for pilgrims going to Mt. Kenya. They wore the color blue to indicated being on a spiritual pilgrimage. Locals seeing the passing pilgrims, would give them food and hospitality.