Date & Time
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Note: This program will now be offered online. It will be recorded and shared with registrants after each online program for a limited time only.
In Syria, 1800 years ago, a boy entered a trance state and spoke in the voice of the goddess Hekate. The resulting text, known as the Chaldean Oracles, describes a world of layers linked by channels and vortices of lightning.
The practice of the Chaldean teachings was known as “theurgy,” or divine action. Theurgists were practitioners who contacted deeper levels of reality through rituals, meditations, and altered states, evolving the soul and drawing health benefits.
In this seminar, we will explore the wisdom of their advice on soul’s well-being and discuss its relevance to the present day.
This lecture can be taken individually or as part of a series of three programs at a special combo price.
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This live event requires ZOOM webinar software, which you will be automatically prompted to download upon clicking the access link provided to you in your confirmation and reminder emails. Zoom is an easy to use webinar software available for Mac OS X, Windows, iOS and Android. Installation should only take a moment.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: If you have a computer with a broadband connection (320 kbps minimum), web browser, and sound capabilities (microphone and speakers or headset), you will be able to view the webinar and participate in the Q&A period. Recommended System Requirements: Windows 8.1 or Mac OSX 10.5 or higher, and browsers version Internet Explorer 6, Firefox 3, Safari 4, and Chrome 11 or higher.
A Half-Day Workshop
Saturday, June 6, 2020, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm EST
Members $40/ Nonmembers $50
Click here to view & register for all 3 programs with Leonard George at a special discounted price.
Photo by Abigail Saxton
New York Open Center
Leonard George, PhD lives in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Now retired, he was a faculty member in the Department of Psychology and the Department of Music Therapy at Capilano University in North Vancouver, B.C., and served as the Chair of the School of Social Sciences there. Over his varied career as an educator, researcher, clinician, writer and broadcaster, he has given lectures and seminars around the world. He has authored two books (Crimes of Perception: An Encyclopedia of Heresies and Heretics and Alternative Realities: The Paranormal, the Mystic and the Transcendent in Human Experience), academic papers on schizophrenia, mental imagery, parapsychology, and altered states of consciousness, as well as dozens of articles on many subjects for nonspecialist audiences. For many years he has served as an advisor for the New York Open Center’s series of Esoteric Quests.