“On this holy day of Christmas, more than ever, we honour the sanctity of Nature, and offer our deepest gratitude to all those who have assisted us in our unfailing efforts to provide freedom to the sacred White Lions in their natural ancestral Heartlands, to fulfil their purpose of creating harmony in their ecosystem and Peace on Earth.”
Opening with my presentation in Britain’s House of Lords just moments after I stepped off the plane, and going on to present Igniting the LionHeart workshops in London and the Swiss Alps, to cultural celebration events and public lectures and presentations at universities in Netherlands and Germany, we loved sharing our message on such diverse platforms, culminating with the presentations at Ubiquity University’s Astronomic program in the superlative site of Chartres, France.
The second overseas LionHearted Leadership™ tour of 2018 started in late September with a real game-changing experience – my first TEDx Talk! “Until the Lion learns to speak, the story will be told from the hunter’s perspective.”
Linda’s years of work with indigenous communities over 3 decades and published book on their cultural importance (Mystery of the White Lions, 2001) is supported by the passing of Resolution 33 at the World Wilderness Congress 2009 (attended by delegates of 51 countries), initiated by Linda Tucker calling for the protection of the White Lions and all white (spirit) animals.
Linda Calls for an Urgent Moratorium on the Killing of Any of The Big Five:
Following the well-attended colloquium held in South African Parliament on 21/22 August 2018, where stakeholders were brought together to discuss the impact of the captive breeding-to-kill industry, Linda addressed a letter to the Chairperson calling for a moratorium on the killing of any of The Big Five for a period of at least three years.
“To A Tama !Khums Ge!!” These words, delivered by Chief Stephen Fritz, the First Nation of First Nations representatives, on behalf of the Koisan people, resounded through the assembly at the Parliamentary Colloquium last month - an urgent parliamentary review called...
Dear President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa,100 Days into your presidency may have passed, and yet the salutes of praise in Africa’s greattradition that honored your newly-inaugurated leadership still apply: Bayethe Nkosi! Amandla! Alala!Hosana! All Hail in the name of the Lion! A timely reminder that your position as true leader of this country was not merely ballot appointed, butdivinely sanctioned.Thus, at this historic turning point, can we look to you to hold that signature of true Leonine governance of which future generations can be proud?
SUBMISSION to the JOINT CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW COMMITTEE in Terms of the CONSTITUTION of SOUTH AFRICA (ACT 108 OF 1996)
In the historical Land Restitution process, we recognize that Expropriation is a targeted act, where an identified piece ofland is required for a public purpose or a purpose in the public interest. It is not, at least as we understand the ANCobjectives, intended to nationalize land. Nevertheless, we feel this is an opportunity to invite an understanding of ancestral and current trends in internationalenviro-law, which insist that we recognize the Land itself as the primary stakeholder with regard to Land designation and Land restitution.
It was a delight and honour to receive the Silver Award for Eco-Angel, but the real celebration of the evening was a watershed moment to reflect on what is ALREADY being achieved through United efforts in service of our planet.
After an exciting 6 weeks on the road with the LionHearted Leadership™ tour, it’s good to be home in the Heartlands with my lion family. But what a wonderful adventure! Jason and I were overwhelmed by the warmth and enthusiasm of new friends and long-standing supporters. I’d like to once again express my deepest thanks to the many gifted people whose tireless efforts and open-hearted generosity made the tour such a success.
Should captive keeping of wild animals for human gain and exploitation be viewed as acceptable today?
Following the 5th Animal Energy World Conference, with its magnificent expressed intention of helping restore Peace on Earth by bringing our natures back into service of Mother Nature, and which convened so many wonderful souls from around the world in a united effort to do so, I feel it is imperative to address a key question raised by so many delegates. In some cases, in a state of great distress, you asked about whether captive keeping of wild animals for human gain and exploitation should be viewed as acceptable today. The purpose of this statement is to make the position of the Global White Lion Protection Trust and the Linda Tucker Foundation unambiguously clear.
Linda Tucker and Jason Turner were the opening speakers for the amazing Ubuntu Festival with an intensive 2-hour long presentation entitled: The White Lions: Substantiating the Science and the Sacred Science. Michael Tellinger, founder of the UBUNTU Liberation Movement of Unity and Higher Consciousness, created a space at the Mbombela World Cup Stadium – which happens to be on the Golden Nile Meridian that links the White Lions to the Sphinx in the North, and Adams Calendar in the South.
It is a travesty that high-level developers should come into this region without so much as an Environmental Impact Assessment, and ruthlessly bull-doze the ecologically sensitive head-waters of this Timbavati river system…First opposing this illegal development, then employing enviro-lawyers to contest it, we now are working on solutions to redress the damage of a brutal scar on landscape which can be seen from outer space.
Hoedspruit man killed by escaped lions We are profoundly saddened to learn of the tragic death of one man and the serious injuries sustained by his friend when they were attacked by escaped White Lions near Hoedspruit in January. Note that these lions were...
PART 1 When you find yourself at a particular point in history, it is vital to know how you got there, and where you want to go to from there. This is the story behind One United Roar, and why it is so important in the world today, setting the tone for a different and...
The old ways of indigenous peoples who revered Nature as a sacred heritage for which we are accountable to the Creator, have all but gone in the need and greed “consumer” model described in Part 1 of the story of CITES. This is the wisdom we must return to for our way...
We have put the fate of our earth’s endangered species in the hands of profit-driven international organizations at the expense of our planet. To protect our future, we have to change this. What’s encouraging is that we can. DOWNLOAD PDF [pdf-embedder...
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Photographers: Veronica Coetzer, Karen-Jane Dudley, Maurice Fernandez, Anthony Smyth, Beth Duncan, Jason A.Turner