The Baxter Project

Connie Baxter Marlow

Connie Baxter Marlow, grew up in Pittsfield, Maine.  She graduated from Dana Hall School in Wellesley, Massachusetts. In 1968 she graduated from UC Berkeley with an honors degree in Economics.  While at Berkeley she studied photography in the West Coast style of black and white landscape photography. She is the great, great granddaughter of James Phinney Baxter, 6-time Mayor of Portland, Maine and great grandniece of Percival P. Baxter, Governor of Maine 1921-1925. She is a direct descendant of John and Priscilla Alden and Alice and William Mullins, Mayflower Pilgrims.

Her visionary, philanthropic and courageous ancestors inspire Connie to carry on their mandate to make the world a better place.  Her life's work has been to communicate information she feels she has discovered regarding the nature of the universe as it is held in the knowing of all people and carried in the "way of life" of the indigenous peoples of the world, and manifested in the evolution of the American Spirit through the literal application of America's Freedom Documents.

In 1972 Scrimshaw Press published Connie's book of photographs on Mt. Katahdin and Baxter State Park, Greatest Mountain: Katahdin's Wilderness.   Connie created that book to communicate the vision of her Uncle Percival, who gave the 200,000 acres and 50 mountains that comprise Baxter State Park to the people of Maine to be held "forever wild" , because she felt that if people knew of his vision and his mission they would honor the "Deeds of Trust " established by Baxter. 

Greatest Mountain:Katahdin's Wilderness was republished in 1999 by Tilbury House Publishers.  The new edition reflect s Connie's 10 year involvement with the Native Americans. It includ es the Wabanaki connection to their sacred mountain through writings by Arnie Neptune and Dennis Kostyk, as well as Connie's evolving worldview as her experiences with the visionary elders of the United States and Mexico influenced her life and her thinking.

In 2000 a photography exhibit entitled Greatest Mountain: Exploring the Mystical Nature of Katahdin evolved out of the Katahdin book.  In 2002 this exhibit hung in Concord, Massachusetts and a film series entitled The American Evolution: Voices of America evolved from the events held in conjunction with the exhibit.  The film series features Henry David Thoreau through interpreter, Richard Smith; top Thoreau scholar and editor , Bradley P. Dean, Ph.D.:   Arnie Neptune and Barbara Beckwith, Penobscot elders, Muslim Imam, Feisal Rauf, Greek/American sociologist Kyriacos Markides and Mt. Katahdin and discusses the profounder aspects of being American, bringing in the Native American perspective and Thoreau's life-long interest in the Algonquin Indian.  Information on the film series and copies of it are available for purchase.

Connie has spent extensive time with visionary Native American elders throughout the United States and Mexico and most recently the Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert of Africa.

She, her father Jack Baxter and daughter Alison Baxter Marlow and partner Andrew Cameron Bailey have a photography exhibit Rhythms of Creation: Impressions of Indigenous Peoples of the World which has toured New England, and hung in Mexico, Colorado and Utah and is currently on permanent exhibit in Sedona, Arizona at Page Springs Bed and Breakfast and Vacation Home at Rancho Feliz. 

Connie has a multi-media presentation entitled “Divine Discoveries at Ground Zero: An Uplifting Look at the Events of 9/11”  in which she presents substaniating evidence that indicates that the events of 9/11/01 triggered the opening of the human heart and the rebirth of America, with a significant Hopi Connection. She is currently working on an America History Course book and DVD entitled “An Expanded Look at American History” in which she traces the role of inspiration and trust in bringing profound freedom to the human condition through individual action and America's role in the process.

She has lectured throughout the country at high schools, colleges, peace conferences and other events on a variety of  inspirational topics.  

She is the mother of three grown children, Alison, Consi and Jonny whom she raised in Aspen, Colorado.  She currently lives with her partner Andrew Cameron Bailey.

Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow are original thinkers, writers, photographers, filmmakers, futurists, climate “solutionaries” and inspirational public speakers. They met at a gathering of indigenous elders and shamans at the Omega Institute in upstate New York in October 2003. It was immediately obvious that they had destiny together, and they got right to work. Their explorations into the essence of Reality have led to a unique articulation of the conscious, loving, abundant nature of the Universe.

In their book The Trust Frequency: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm Connie and Andrew present a system of cosmological axioms, informed by indigenous cosmology, quantum science and Eastern and Western mysticism, which resolve key paradoxes that have kept humanity from walking in balance with Universal Law and with an open heart. They offer straightforward, practical tools for accessing The Trust Frequency, an alternative reality where the soul’s destiny awaits, the laws are expanded, and there is more balance, beauty, joy and abundance than we can fathom.

Connie’s insights come from her experiences over 20 years with visionary Native American elders, her ancestry of philanthropic politicians who championed the earth, water, animals and women and her own access to a higher frequency. She believes the only way out is UP, to a higher level of consciousness through a deeper understanding of the nature of the universe. Andrew’s experiences growing up in South Africa amongst the Zulu, teaching organic chemistry in college, seeking cosmic consciousness in the 70’s in California, studying with the forerunners of the consciousness expansion movement, and as a Sufi practitioner have contributed to his broad understanding that complements and brings depth and breadth to Connie’s eagle perspective.

They apply The Trust Frequency paradigm to the evolutionary aspect of relationships in their online course “The Dance of Souls: The Relationship (R)Evolution” which is available on Humanity Stream + Humanity’s Team Masterclass Platform. Explore the class HERE. It is also available individually on Thinkific.

Their First Fifty Years Project illuminates the syntheses between the Europeans and the Native American that gave birth to the American mind, spirit and democracy. Watch their film “SEEDS OF FREEDOM: A Vision for America” HERE.

Their documentary film “IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE: What do the Wise Ones Know?” is a companion piece to The Trust Frequency book and features visionary indigenous elders, Western scientists and futurists. Watch it online HERE.

They have presented their work at IONS, SAND, COSM, ISSSEEM, Unity Village Chapel, New Dimensions Radio, Eagle Quetzal Condor Global Convergence, Consciousness of Immortality Conference, the Thoreau Society, Parliament of the Worlds Religions, World Unity Week 2020/2021 and numerous other venues. Click HERE to access these presentations.


Connie Baxter Marlow