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South Africa’s Heritage Day gives each one of us the perfect opportunity to acknowledge the White Lions as a living heritage in the hearts and minds of humanity. Moreover, it reminds us of our interconnectedness with Nature and our role in handing over the Flame of Life to future generations, as indigenous peoples did for thousands of years before us.

Bob’s findings in the Swartkrans Caves were instrumental to Linda Tucker’s understanding of humanity’s Contract of the Fire – a concept which ultimately forms the foundation of her LionHearted Leadership™ model today, an invitation from the White Lions to use power responsibly at this evolutionary turning point in humankind’s history.

Journalist Shamin Chibba was first invited to the Global White Lion Protection Trust in 2016 with a team of media professionals in preparation for his coverage of the CITES COP17. What he found was a community organisation working tirelessly to protect the sacred lions. He returns in 2023 to speak to its CEO, Linda Tucker, in a series of Q&As. The first looks at how, in the face of merciless exploitation of our natural world, we can turn rage into positive action.

Months of loss and mourning passed. My lion was dead and my heart was broken. Ancient Lion Shamanism teaches, “When you kill a lion, you kill the sun.” It also warns, “For every lion killed, a human soul will be lost.” There’s something eternally damning about this concept. It isn’t the rough justice of the...

We are excited to kick off the new year by sharing an exciting update on the Tsau Pride! Two and a half years have passed over the COVID period, but while the world came to a standstill for humans, Nature in the Heartlands continued to flourish. The White Lions in our founder prides were identified by...

We are excited to invite you to become part of a community that cares deeply about Mother Earth and wants to make a positive difference on every level. From the initial Virtual StarLion Journey in July 2020, co-hosted by our wonderful friends at Animaltalk Africa, twenty pioneering animal communicators formed what is now known as “the...

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