Valley of Dawn, Brasilia

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Valley of Dawn, a regional landmark, is the holy city of a local religion known as "Doutrina do Amanhecer" (Doctrine of the Dawn). This doctrine fuses several elements of Christianity, Spiritism, mysticism, Afro-Brazilian religions, ancient Egyptian beliefs, and a fair amount of controversial theories about aliens and UFOs. The focal point of the community, which is made up of psychics and spiritual healers, is the Temple of Dawn, a stone building shaped like an ellipse. Drop by this structure to see the colored labyrinth making up its interior and the enormous statue of Pai Seta Branca, the religion’s main deity. This site, with its unusual mixture of local beliefs and world religions, offers visitors a valuable insight into the region’s culture. Arrange your visit to Valley of Dawn and discover more family-friendly attractions in Brasilia using our Brasilia travel planner .
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  • The Valley of the Dawn, located in Planaltina-DF is a mystical place and unique, with several open and closed spaces, lakes, waterfalls, colours and images. Structures maintained by mediums, men and women members of a hierarchical structure, based on Christian references and spiritualists. There's a shop where he sells religious products.
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  • It's a mystical place, mysterious and has a very strong power ... At first glance it seems strange, mysterious, and extremely different having different clothes walking with mediums, the temple has lines that look like something from another world during the rituals of patient care that they get there, it's kind of crazy! However, after we know the doctrine, the meaning of clothing, lines, and the whole history of the Foundation of the place, we came across something simply sensational, a true heaven on Earth! The doctrine that Jesus Christ brought by Tia Neiva through Father white arrow (the great spiritual mentor of the Valley). Is a Christian spiritualist dourina showing Jesus Christ and hiker who seeks to live the Gospel in practice. Happy those who are deserving and the opportunity to reach this wonderful doctrine! Save God. P.s: to enter the temple is not allowed the use of low-cut clothes, shorts, skirts and short dresses.
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  • Vale do Amanhecer is located in Planaltina, 45 kilometers from Brasilia. The easiest way to reach it is by car. Everything here was very strange. This must be the best example ever of sycretism you wi...  more »

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