Dear Congressman, we thank you for your inscription to this spiritual holiday
that is the 9th World Spiritist Congress.
We are anxious to make your presence in this event organized by the International Spiritist Council and the Spiritist Council of Mexico be pleasant and you can nurture new knowledge that renowned speakers will bring for us, with regard to the construction of the spiritual being of the future, right in this Planetary transition process that we face, that would be the central theme of the Congress.
TIPS FOR CONGRESSMEN
Delivery of Badges
Once you have acquired your access, you can exchange your voucher printed by your badge on the morning of October 4, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the BlackBerry Auditorium, located at 160 Tlaxcala Street, Condesa Racetrack, Mexico City. It is important to know that tickets cannot be purchased in the auditorium. Only by means of the official page.
Safe Taxis Airport Hotel - Hotel Airport
There are three safe taxis companies, certified by the government, that make transfers from the "Benito Juárez" International Airport of Mexico City to your hotel and from there to the airport. Tickets are sold within the terminal, so no transfers other than certificates must be made. There is also the option to use the Uber and Cabify applications with your country's account.
The auditorium BlackBerry is located in an area surrounded by restaurants and neighborhoods visited all the time by artists and tourists, which makes it a well-connected space, since it is located in Colonia Condesa, and the Chilpancingo Metro and Metrobus station, in which you can buy pre-loaded cards to move around the city.
MEXICAN SPIRITS CHARACTERS
SOR JUANA INÉS DE LA CRUZ
"The Tenth Musa ", " Phoenix of Mexico”
Juana Inés Ramírez de Asbaje, a seventeenth-century woman Novo Hispanic, better known by her religious name as Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, a name that is also related to two other famous epithets that led in life the Jerónima nun: Tenth Muse and Phoenix of Mexico.