We loved the idea of Burning Man ~ radical self reliance and the co-creation of a town in the desert without the use of money. One night, at Afrika Burn, in the face of a wall of flames, we realised that in these turbulent times, we’d like to be learning stuff more than burning stuff…
….like how to be more resilient against a globalist agenda that is increasingly repressing our freedom to thrive. How to grow food, how to reduce our impact, how to trade directly with each other, how to work with natural materials and medicines, and how to acquire healing and empowerment tools, how to be less dependent on ‘the grid’.
We love that we learn so much from all the great people we know, sharing knowledge and experience, discussing ideas and making music, but do we know how to actually live successfully in community?
We welcome all who are looking for down-to-earth, face-to-face ways of connecting, exploring alternative options to thrive in a natural, sovereign way and building resilience for an uncertain future.
Meet the Crew and Zone Facilitators
The Village Crew
Organising & stuff
Solar and Sound Tech
Logistics & Fires
Fires & Security
Operations & stuff
Sound & Rigging & waste
Theme camp Facilitators. (so far )
FOOD ON THE FIRE
SACRED FIRE CAMP
Jay & Lotta
Tim Jenkin (founder of the CES)
Huge gratitude to
- All the clanners who have contributed to the incredible range of content, support and energy, making the gathering what it is.
- All the photographers who have captured such great images for us to use in this website, especially Barbra Cowley, Graham Abbot, Roy Zetisky, Joffrey Hyman Keshia Lee, Nicky Newman, Gary van Wyk.
- Robbie O Connel for the use of the Circle of Dreams venue on the Jongenskloof Farm
We look forward to connecting, playing, dancing, chilling, earning & learning with the Clan again ~ Angie & Rod