Radhaa Nilia brings Goddess Activations™ to the 17th Maharlika Sunrise Festival 2020. In this program, Radhaa Nilia brings listeners back to a time where Philippine Goddesses were once alive in the consciousness of the people. A sacred remembrance of one legendary indegenous Goddess, Maria Makiling. She is known for her fierce love of nature and she is a nature Goddess. Radhaa shares her connection, knowledge and healing around Maria Makiling as a very important feminine figure of this land, to be honored and remembered through the Art of storytelling.
Maharlika Sunrise Festival has been going strong as a live event drawing in large audiences for the past 16 years in Manila, Philippines. This digital online broadcast is brought online via PNS Universal Network. A three days event with hundreds of participants, celebrating the country’s indigenous name, Maharlika through this event. Maharlika is said to be the pre-colonial name of the Philippines. This incredible festival includes many talented artists that come from various parts of the country sharing their gifts with their people. The Maharlika Sunrise Online Festival 2020 is Curated and Co-Hosted by founder, Deo Palma (AKSM Founder) with Celebrity Host and Actor Raymond Bagatsing. Raymond Bagatsing (Maharlika Ambassador) is one of Asia’s most acclaimed actors. Raymond received international recognition for his work in Quezon Game, winning him the best actor at Cinema World Fest AUTUMN Awards in Ottawa, Canada as well as Best Actor at California Indie Film Festival for his portrayal of President Quezon.In Quezon’s Game, he plays the titular role of Filipino President Manuel “Manny” L. Quezon. New York Times described his performance as “sincere, [and] rousing.” While the Hollywood Reporter calls Bagatsing “charismatic” as he “delivers a nuanced, compelling turn in the titular role.”
The Maharlika Sunrise Festival brings together many Maharlikan artists to share their gifts. The Filipino people are awakening to the realization that the Pre-Colonial name of the Philippines was Maharlika. People of this country are shifting their hearts and minds to claiming back this great and noble name for a country called Maharlika. It has been said that Maharlika was once a part of the first large continent in the pacific called Mu or Lemuria. At one time the continent of Lemuria reaches out all the way to Hawaii. In time, the land shifted and gradually Lemuria was a lost continent. But not all was lost, Maharlika is still here, standing in its place. The Filipinos are therefore the descendants of the once upon a time, great continent called Lemuria. If you wish to know more about Lemuria there are some information available online you can find, and here’s a suggested website that maybe of interest for you in regards to Lemuria, Maharlika or Mu: www.LemurianCodeHealing.com It has become more apparent to the Filipino people these days to know more about their ancient past and resonate with their aligned country name, Maharlika.
Radhaa Nilia, Deo Palma (Founder of Maharlika Sunrise Festival), and Raymond Bagatsing
Deo Palma works with Radhaa Nilia and Raymond Bagatsing to educate the Filipino people about their heritage and historical placement of global importance. Raymond is known to be an avid humanitarian. Raymond has also supported and sponsored a preparatory school based on a universal conscious education of yoga philosophy for over five years.
Raymond and Radhaa have both volunteered in feeding programs, donating books to kids in rural areas during this pandemic. The two are also collaborating on a documentary film called Maharlika, to educate and inspire the remembrance of pre-colonization culture in the Philippines. The film is ongoing between projects, and set to be released in late 2022.
Radhaa shares one of the most Beloved Philippine Goddesses, Maria Makiling. Known for her fierce protection and love of nature, this mystical Goddess resides in the mountains of Laguna, named after her, Mount Makiling. Her magic extends far beyond her locality, for she represents the purest form of nature and the nurturing feminine Goddess. As an indigenous Goddess, nature protector, and a land keeper of the ancient land of Mu, a short name for the ancient contnent Lemuria, Maria Makiling’s wisdom is connected to nature. She took her sacred work with seriousness. She defended her nature sanctuary with her magical powers. In the early times when she was still in the consciousness of the indigenous Lemurian people, or mainly Maharlika. They invoked Goddess Maria Makiling to stop deluges, storms, and earthquakes. She would create sudden miniature storms to clear her environment with unwanted and disrespectful trespassers. She protected her natural resources of the mountains, forest animals, creatures, fruit-bearing trees, and kept the forest as her sacred playground. When people’s minds were simple, centered, and their hearts aligned to the divine, abundance flourished and peace existed for all to enjoy. Goddess Maria Makiling is to be remembered by her people for she is the symbol of divine manifestations through an abundant nature that is the God/Goddess herself. You can watch the program, here: https://youtu.be/nOTK4owizhU
Radhaa Nilia is a teacher, an author, writer and speaker.
Maharlika Sunrise Online Festival 2020 has been an ongoing project for almost a decade now. It’s intention is to inspire, educate and upgrade human consciousness through Arts and spirituality. This will be the first year that this program runs online due to Covid. Headed by Deo Palma, a dedicated, hard-working and noble Founder of Maharlika Ang Kasama, along with the Maharlika Artists and Writers Federation (MAWF), they continue to spark the hearts of the nation to remember their ancient past while living their lives in the present with courage. Their sincere desire is for humanity to keep on moving forward, in spite of the many changes and challenges taking place in this country and the world at large. The program’s intention is to keep human spirits alive! Keep the fire of love for the Arts burning within through creativity and spirituality while sharing their gifts with the world. All are here together to light up each other’s hearts and make a difference. “We are heart centered beings celebrating life in love and light.”
To get involved in these humanitarian projects in the Philippines, donate money, food, books, or volunteer, contact Maharlika Ang Kasama founder Deo Palma: Philippines Phone: 09273175265. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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