Interstellar Community Foundation, Inc.
Chief executive officer
Jeanne White Eagle is a visionary, educator, author, and speaker. For more than 25 years, Jeanne has circled the globe with her husband John Pehrson, working as ambassadors for world peace. They began this mission by bringing their considerable conflict resolution skills to communities on nearly every continent, often in areas with deep political and social unrest, to help people from diverse cultures communicate in more caring and authentic ways.
Jeanne’s current passion involves manifesting a vision she received in a recurring dream that began when she was a teenager about the potential for humans to evolve into a higher state of consciousness. In the dream, Jeanne saw that this would not only play a key role in the survival of the planet but that it would also allow for healthy and open interaction with other life forms, both on and beyond Earth. Jeanne’s 2014 book, Eyes Open, Looking for the Twelve – Blueprint for a New World, describes her vision in detail.
Along with the late NASA Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, Jeanne and her husband co-founded the Interstellar Community Foundation (ICF) to bring Jeanne’s vision to fruition. Jeanne now works closely with likeminded scientists and mystics worldwide, sharing her powerful vision of the Interstellar Universities (ISUs) and surrounding Communities (Universe Cities).
Prior to their work with ICF, Jeanne, following her love for children and teens, cofounded the Up On the Mountain organization to help teens at risk. Also she, with the help of her husband, cofounded the For the One Organization, whose purpose was to help remove walls of separation and promote global healing. The couple led ceremonial singing dances and gave peace concerts focused on the power of sacred sound in the United States and Canada as well as in Germany, Norway, England, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, Israel, Bosnia, Croatia, Egypt, South Africa, Bolivia, Brazil, Australia, and New Zealand.
A key element in each of these experiences was that all those gathered were invited to create a spontaneous song with no words, no thought, only the intention of Love. The result would inevitably be a combination of vowel sounds, key frequencies to all life. These songs were never scripted, yet each voice miraculously blended into a magical group sound with unique harmonies and vibrations that inspired a profound sense of oneness and created in-depth healing and awakening.
Jeanne began her career earning a degree in the performing arts, with additional studies in philosophy and education. She enjoyed a successful career as a professional classical singer with a nearly four-octave range. Among other accomplishments, Jeanne was a founding member of Cast C of the international musical known as Up With People. Jeanne also worked in the corporate sector for thirteen years, where she was honored with the Willis Harman Award by the World Business Academy, a non-profit business think tank that encourages corporations to take responsibility for the state and health of our planet. Jeanne is also a member of Evolutionary Leaders, a worldwide network of individuals who are committed to “collectively inspire, support and serve conscious evolution.”
In addition to writing “Eyes Open, Looking for the Twelve”, Jeanne has also authored “Grace: A Journey from Betrayal to Healing” and coauthored “When the Canary Stops Singing: Women’s Perspectives on Transforming Business”, “Community Building: Renewing Spirit and Learning in Business.” and “Journey for the One”.
The Pehrsons are the subjects of the 2009 biography Journey for the One by Monty Joynes. Jeanne, who has Cherokee roots, was gifted with her unique name in 1996 by Native American mystic Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow).
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