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“Bring back the sacred ways, connect to the ancient paths, touch into our star heritage and be inspired for what we are here to do now.”

Join Jonette and Special Guest Grand Chief Woableza on a 10-day Spiritual Adventure Tour to Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Nevada.  May 9 – 18, 2016.  Early Bird pricing ends January 5th. Click Here for Registration and Details.


Sedona, Arizona

Have you ever wanted to meditate at the Grand Canyon, visit the land of the Hopi, ride jeeps with the Navajo through Monument Valley, climb around the Anasazi cliff dwellings, see the charms of old Santa Fe, hike in breathtaking Zion National Park?

On the tour we will connect with the native Indians of today as well as the Ancient ones. We are invited as guests to the Hopi Mesa. Grand Chief Woableza will join us for the entire tour to share Native ceremonies and stories. Jonette will channel and lead meditations at sacred sites.

“All of us will feel the Great Spirit in our hearts and souls. The magic of the desert is like nothing else. God is everywhere!”


Here is a unique opportunity to take in all of the great sites with an international group with a spiritual purpose.

  • Begins in Sedona
  • Grand Canyon
  • Hopi Mesa
  • Acoma Pueblo Village
  • Old town Santa Fe
  • Bandelier Monument of the Anasazi
  • Chaco Canyon, spiritual hub of the Ancient Ones
  • Monument Valley
  • Antelope Canyon
  • Zion National Park
  • Ends in Las Vegas


The Great American Southwest Tour Itinerary (subject to change)

grand canyonDay 1, Monday, May 9 – The Grand Canyon.  Starts in Sedona, Arizona. Travel in an air conditioned bus through northern Arizona to the spectacular Grand Canyon! Lunch on your own. Ceremony with Chief Woableza and meditation with Jonette. Overnight in Tuba City, AZ. Welcome Dinner included. (D)


Hubbell Trading PostDay 2, Tuesday, May 10 – Navajo and Hopi Lands.  Cultural Visit the Hopi on their native land. We plan to be there with Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha’ a native Wisdom Keeper who is part of the Hopi family. (Jonette knew the now deceased Hopi matriarch, and is always welcome on Hopi land.) See the Hopi museum and have lunch at the Cultural Center where you can purchase authentic Indian art directly from the artist. Visit the fascinating Hubble Trading Post National Monument, the oldest continuously operated trading post on the Navajo reservation. Overnight in Grants, NM. (B, D)


Acoma Sky CityDay 3, Wednesday, May 11 – Acoma Sky City.  Morning tour of Acoma Sky City, the oldest continuously inhabited Pueblo village in North America, dating back to 1100 AD. Boxed lunches for the trip to Santa Fe. Free time in beautiful and vibrant Santa Fe to explore the historical sites and museums, art galleries, shops, restaurants and night life on the famed central Plaza. Overnight Santa Fe, NM. (B, L, D)

Bandelier CavesDay 4, Thursday, May 12 – Bandelier National Monument.  Morning tour of the Anasazi cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument and ceremony. Climb around the dwellings carved out of the soft volcanic tuff. Lunch on own. Dinner on own. Overnight Santa Fe, NM. (B)


Sante FeDay 5, Friday, May 13 – Santa Fe.  Mini-workshop with Jonette and Chief Woableza. Afternoon on your own to spend the day in Santa Fe wandering, shopping and perhaps going to Museum Hill, featuring four great museums about the arts and cultures of the past. Leave Santa Fe and drive to Grants, the jumping off point for Chaco Canyon. Dinner on own. Overnight Grants, NM. (B)


Choco CanyonDay 6, Saturday, May 14 – The “Great Houses” of Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Timeless Chaco Canyon was the major center of Anasazi culture, a hub for trade, religion, and administration. This secluded canyon preserves the magnificent ruins of the ancient buildings, ceremonial kivas, roads, and canals. The sites are part of the sacred homeland of the Puebloan people. Boxed lunches provided. Overnight in Farmington, NM. (B, L, D)


Monument ValleyDay 7, Sunday, May 15 – Monument Valley.  Have your cameras ready for iconic Monument Valley, the most famous and most photographed stone monuments in North America. It is still home to Navajo who raise sheep. The local Navajo’s take us on an exciting 4-wheel drive tour through Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park to see hidden stone arches, towers and amazing desert beauty. Have a Navajo lunch cookout in the valley. Star gazing and ceremony in the desert. Dinner on own. Overnight in Page, AZ. (B, L)


Antelope Canyon1Day 8, Monday, May 16 – Antelope Canyon. We will get a Navajo guided tour of Antelope Canyon. One of the most photographed landscapes in the U.S., Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon with photo opportunities that are beyond belief! We enjoy classic Southwest scenery on our way to Zion National Park and spectacular Zion Canyon. Dinner on own. Overnight near Zion National Park. (B, L)


Zion Grotto 2Day 9, Tuesday, May 17 – Zion National Park. Explore this American jewel —Zion Canyon National Park. Enjoy photography and hiking around the monolithic sandstone cliffs. See waterfalls and natural bridges along the trails. Lunch on own. Afternoon drive through the Virgin River Gorge on our way to Las Vegas. Farewell Dinner. Overnight on the Las Vegas Strip. (B, D)


Las Vegas SkylineDay 10, Wednesday, May 18 – Las Vegas – Schedule your flight out of Vegas today or extend your vacation for a couple of days in this buzzing adult wonderland! (We can help you extend your stay at our discounted group rate.)


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Come to Sedona early and attend two of Jonette’s workshops:

Soul Body Fusion® 1 Day Workshop – Friday, May 6th

fullpage_logoLearn Soul Body Fusion®, the simple and powerful tool for being fully present in your body. In the workshop you will learn about Soul Body Fusion®, you will experience a Fusion, AND you will learn how to do Fusions on others. You will be certified as an SBF Practitioner!  Click here for details.

Sedona Workshop GMPPastedGraphic-2with Native Wisdom Keeper Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha and Jonette – Saturday & Sunday, May 7 & 8

Spend 2-days in Sedona learning about the native wisdom of these times. Bring back the sacred ways, connect to the ancient paths, touch into our star heritage and be inspired for  what we are here to do now.  Click here for details.

Anasazi — the Ancient Ones — Time Travelers?

“The population of entire cities moved into other worlds never again to return.” – Navajo Elder

Were they time travelers? Inter-Dimensional shifters?

Utah's House on Fire

Utah’s House on Fire

As a Colorado native, I’m excited to once again be leading a spiritual tour to my part of the world—the American Southwest! In preparation I’ll be blogging about some of the many mysteries of the area.

(Click here for details of our tour in May. Early bird pricing is available until Jan. 5).

Connection to the Anasazi

Anasazi Artifacts

In the early 1990s the first spiritual tour I ever lead was to Utah, exploring and camping near virtually unknown Anasazi ruins. Corncobs were still in the storage rooms, pottery shards scattered around. As we meditated on a cliff ledge one night, White Eagle channeled and somehow opened a door between space/time for all of us to pass through. Our small group of eight ALL began channeling as if we were Anasazi people! We were the ancient ones deciding what to do as a village, given the encroachment of enemy tribes from the north. It was magical; as if WE were time travelers too! As a group we choose to leave our village and migrate south. White Eagle channeled, as ifconfirming the wisdom of our timeless decision. “You must leave before the snows fall.”

The next day while we hiked through areas that had once been burial caves we worked to release any remaining Anasazi spirits. In gratitude White Eagle channeled a message: “For your work you will be taken care of. You will always have corn.” Over the years, that statement has given me so much comfort. I trust that I and all who follow the path of service will always be provided for. I have this corn plant on my table to remind me of this promise.

Jonette's Corn Plant

Jonette’s Corn Plant

As we hiked out of the canyons that afternoon, a soft October snow began to fall.

No one knows why the Anasazi disappeared after only 300 years. Having built wonderful ‘cities’ in the sandstone — most famous are Mesa Verde in Colorado and Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. Clearly some of their architecture and beliefs became part of the Pueblo and Hopi cultures.

Dr. Sam Osmanagich—the same man who discovered the pyramid’s in Bosnia— wrote a book called The Mystery of the Anasazi Civilization.  He writes of a conversation he had with a Navajo elder who told him: “The population of entire cities moved into other worlds never again to return.” Were they time travelers? Inter-Dimensional shifters?

Multi-Dimensional Existence?

Grand Chief WoablezaAnother story, one that I learned from my friend Grand Chief Woableza, a native wisdom keeper and storyteller— who will be joining us our Great American Southwest tour in May— expands on this. At a gathering of elders on the Navajo land, he was told of some Navajo who actually walked through a gateway to another world. The Navajo were with their families on an outing and they saw some native looking children with unusual haircuts. Several followed the children through a stone passageway —finding another civilization! Those other-world-people (Anasazi?) taught the Navajo a healing song to bring back to their tribe. When the Navajo leaders wanted to take Woableza and other elders to this world they found a rockslide had closed the passage. But the healing song was shared to many elders of different tribes.

The Hopi an ancient native people who have lived in the area of the Grand Canyon more than 1000 years have always had a long view of time, being some of the few living groups who have an oral Creation Story. The Hopi tradition is that their ancestors emerged from the Earth’s belly in the Grand Canyon. In their kivas or circular sacred rooms there is a ‘sipapu’ or a hole into the underworld. The Hopi creation story is that we are now in the fourth world. The first world was destroyed by fire (volcanoes), The second by ice, the third by water (The Great Flood).

Hopi Prophecy Rock


Hope Prophecy Rock

Hope Prophecy Rock

Our tour in May will visit the Hopi mesas not too far from the Grand Canyon near Oraibi, Arizona. We will see their famous Prophecy Rock. A drawing of the petroglyph is shown here. Its interpretation is:
The large human figure on the left is the Great Spirit. The bow in his left hand represents his instructions to the Hopi to lay down their weapons. The vertical line to the right of the Great Spirit is a time scale in thousands of years. The point at which the great Spirit touches the line is the time of his return.

The “life path” established by the Great Spirit divides into the lower, narrow path of continuous Life in harmony with nature and the wide upper road of white man’s scientific achievements. The bar between the paths, above the cross, is the coming of white men; the Cross is that of Christianity. The circle below the cross represents the continuous Path of Life.

The four small human figures on the upper road represent, on one level, the past three worlds and the present; on another level, the figures indicate that some of the Hopi will travel the white man’s path, having been seduced by its glamour.

The two circles on the lower Path of Life are the “great shaking of the earth” (World Wars One and Two). The swastika in the sun and the Celtic cross represent the two helpers of Pahana, the True White Brother.
The short line that returns to the straight Path of Life is the last chance for people to turn back to nature before the upper road disintegrates and dissipates. The small circle above the Path of Life, after the last chance, is the Great Purification, after which corn will grow in abundance again when the Great Spirit returns. And the Path of Life continues forever…
The Hopi shield in the lower right corner symbolizes the Earth and the Four-Corners area where the Hopi have been reserved. The arms of the cross also represent the four directions in which they migrated according to the instructions of the Great Spirit.

The dots represent the four colors of Hopi corn, and the four racial colors of humanity.  (Interpretation by Frank Waters, Book of the Hopi, 1993)

Great American Southwest Spiritual Tour, May 2016

Please join me and Grand Chief Woableza as we travel for 9 days through the magic of the Southwest, beginning in Sedona and ending in Las Vegas, May 9-18. We start with an optional weekend workshop with Wisdom Keeper Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha and Jonette, May 7 & 8. We will visit the Grand Canyon, the Hopi mesa, Monument Valley of the Navajo, the great Anasazi ruins of Chaco Canyon, Santa Fe, Antelope slot canyon, and Zion National Park. I will channel and lead meditations and activations. Together with Woableza we will do ceremonies. Through out the bus journey Woableza, a native story-teller, will share native stories and legends to make the connections come alive. This is truly a unique tour on so many spiritual levels! Participants come together from all over the USA and Europe. (If we have 10 people who need German translation we will bring along a translator.)

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Copyright 2015, Jonette Crowley

Jonette in EgyptAbout Jonette:  Jonette, known as a ‘Spiritual Indiana Jones’, is a spiritual adventurer, and modern-day shaman who leads spiritual tours to power places around the globe. She has traveled to over 80 countries and has led spiritual tours to almost every continent.  She is an internationally known channel, oracle, spiritual teacher and author of the best-selling books “The Eagle and the Condor” and “Soul Body Fusion®.” She is founder of the Soul Body Fusion® method for healing and beyond. With her guide ‘MARK’ she teaches people to reach multi-dimensional and quantum states of consciousness.  Please see her websites for more information,