Mount Shasta woman dies from crash injuries

Skye Kinkade

A Mount Shasta woman involved in an accident on Everitt Memorial Highway June 2 died from her injuries at UC Davis Thursday of last week.

Amorah Quan Yin, owner of Mt. Shasta Dolphin Star Temple and Mystery School in Mount Shasta, was 62 years old. Her sister, Angela Crow, who was a passenger in Quan Yin’s Mitsubishi at the time of the crash, is recovering from her moderate injuries at home in Kentucky, said Lee Berglund, Quan Yin’s friend who manages Dolphin Star.

Quan Yin, a Mount Shasta resident since 1989, is the author of four new age books which are available around the world in 12 languages. She also has hundreds of teaching CDs and music CDs of her own compositions.

Quan Yin founded Dolphin Star Temple and Mystery School as a non-profit church in 1998. Curriculum is a “unique and holistic healing technique which empowers people to find his or her own true self,” according to Berglund.

“Amorah has been a natural healer since childhood when she was gifted with clairvoyance and clairaudience,” said Berglund, adding that her Amorah is especially well known in Japan and regularly brought international visitors to Mount Shasta through the Mystery School.

Quan Yin was injured around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, June 2, just south of Vista Point when her 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse traveled off the road and struck an embankment.

A memorial celebration in Quan Yin’s honor will be held Sunday, June 30 at 11 a.m. at 1409 Highland Drive in Mount Shasta. Call 926-1122 for more information.