Gaia's Calling

                                                  Artists for the Amazon - What We Are About!

 Gaia´s Calling Presents:

Artists for the Amazon

Celebrating Pachamama!

 Dancers & other Artists Performing for the

Peruvian Rainforest!

Friday, May 1, 2020

7 PM: Intro Talk & Raffle

Show Starts between 7:30 and 8 PM

Suggested Rainforest Donation for Hafla Show: $10

20% of the gross will go to benefit the Peruvian Amazon


Delicious Afghan, Mediterranean and Greek Food!

The Mediterranean Nachos are my personal favorite!

(916) 486-1140

1120 Fulton Ave, Sacramento, CA 95825

Near Hurley (Behind Pizza Hut)

(Guests who pre-donate will be placed on the Will Call List)

Donate Now through PAYPAL


(No refunds please)

(Pachamama – Quechuan Word for Mother Earth)

Come One, Come All!

Northern California Performing Artists

Celebrating and Gifting "Pachamama" Mother Earth

with our sacred dances, music and songs!

Sacred Earth Dance by Daleela - Photo by Larry Grant

We aim to bring global awareness to the fact that the Amazon is in the 11th hour

And, since the Amazon is the lungs of the Earth, so are we!

(More than 20% of the world's oxygen is produced in the Amazon Rainforest)


The Amazon Basin is located in the countries of  Perú, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Guyana and Venezuela. The Amazon rain forest is the largest in the world, covering about 3,179,720 sq mi with dense tropical forest. It has been called, The Lungs of the Earth, and James Cameron (see clip below) refers to the Amazon as:

"The Last Great Bastion of  Nature."

The Amazon Basin is home to 50% of all species on Earth!

95% of our North American old growth forests are gone, not to mention what happened to the native peoples of North America. We can't allow what happened in this continent to also occur to

the forests and indigenous people of South America!


To provide community building, performing art shows, made up of dancers, musicians and singers representing cultures from around the world. To promote awareness of the need for humanity to avoid irreversible damage to our living, breathing Mother and to the Peruvian Amazon in particular. To raise funds to help the indigenous cultures of the Peruvian Amazon keep their ancestral lands and their medicinal plants which may one day provide cures to many of our modern day illnesses.


20% of the proceeds from this show will go to raise funds for the Amazon Rainforests of Peru 

As we help the wisdom Keepers of Mother Earth, they also help us through sharing their medicinal plants and ancient Earth wisdom. These nations and their lands are being wiped out by illegal gold mining, oil drilling, mineral mining, cattle ranching, illegal logging and the knowledge of their elders and potential cures for many diseases (plant medicines) are being lost forever.

  • Most medicine men and shamans remaining in the rain forests today are 70 years old or more.
  • Each time a rain forest medicine man dies, it is as if a library has burned down.

  • When a medicine man dies without passing his arts on to the next generation, the tribe and the world lose thousands of years of irreplaceable knowledge about medicinal plants.

  • Mother Earth has not forgotten the native people of the Amazon

    and neither have we...
    What we do to the Earth we do to ourselves

    Daleela's Eye of the Cobra Dancers - Brazilian Samba Fusion -  Photo by Melissa

    Let us give back to Pachamama (Mother Earth) who gives us life

    Let us awaken and create a renewed, sacred relationship with our Mother

    For she is a living breathing entity, alive and in need of our protection

    Let us empower the feminine, the gateway to our hearts,

    for in connecting to our hearts we heal the planet...

    If you wish to prepay the suggested donation in person

    Please call or email Daleela



    You may mail a check to:

    Delia Echegaray

    1400 Gannon Drive

    Sacramento, CA 95825

    You will be placed on the Will Call List once your donation is received

    If you prefer, you may

    Pay Now through PAYPAL

    Visit the Workshop Page at the top of this webpage

    Our natural support systems are on the verge of collapsing unless radical changes

    are made to preserve the world's biodiversity.

    A joint report released by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the UN Environment Program (UNEP)  

    This collapsing biodiversity is a 'wake-up call for humanity

    Business as usual is no longer an option if we are to avoid irreversible

    damage to the life-support systems of our planet.

    Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ahmed Djoghlaf, 5//2010

    The Amazon's destruction: There are parallels with the film, Avatar

    Please see compelling video clips below.

    The Amazon´s Destruction: Parallels with Avatar

    A Must See Film: "Crude" 

    Selected by Sundance Film Festival!


    (Winner of "Best Documentary")

    Like the Ecuadorian natives in this film and in James Cameron´s commentary above, the Chipaota and Chrikyaku indigenous communities that Eda works with are also little people fighting 

    against BIG COMPANIES!

    We are dedicated to helping them...

    The Amazon has been called the "Lungs of the Earth"

    An endangered black baby jaguar born in Peru

    Eda Zavala Lopez
    Curandera from the Peruvian Amazon
    Healing Mother Earth

    If you would like to support Eda's work, please make a tax-deductible donation at and select the Donate to Peru Project button. Donations will help support the Chipaota and Chrikyaku indigenous communities that Eda works with in addition to her efforts with building a healing center in the Amazon region of Northern Peru.

    When speaking with a group, Eda addresses topics such as healing practices with native plants, how and why the rainforest is disappearing at such an alarming rate, the changing lives of indigenous Peruvians and how they are learning to empower themselves. She also conducts group and personal healing ceremonies. Please explore Eda's website for an in-depth understanding of her lifelong beliefs and her work deep in the jungle.

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