|Seattle Metaphysical Library Events|
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Tarot Classes with Kathy Eckert
The Tarot classes meet Sunday mornings at 10 am.
Fee: $10.00 per session, with 50% donated to the Library, our initial home and inspiration.
We will look at the year ahead through a spread that uses Tarot images to explore the astrological houses.
This has greater meaning if we look at it as a continuum, analyzing how the energy flows of the past year will impact the coming one.
For that reason, I'd like each of you who will be joining us Sunday to look for 5 or six cards that represent to you the primary events
in your lives for the past year. (If you keep a Tarot journal, even better - go through it and look for cards that have appeared multiple times
this year.) Write them down, and on Sunday, we'll see if any of those same cards come up again for the coming year.
If you are interested in attending these Zoom sessions,
contact Kathy for the Zoom link, to confirm the time, and for the lastest information.
First Friday, May, 6
It is not necessary, but it helps if you contact Bill using the links below to pre-register
ATTENTION ALL TESLA WORSHIPPERS, FREE-ENERGY BUFFS, "CRAZY" INVENTORS, ANOMALY HUNTERS, SCALAR RESEARCHERS,
ANTIGRAVITATIONALISTS, AND O/U-NITARIANS!
Meetings of Seattle's "weird sciences group" will take place the first Friday of each month and yes, the general public is
very welcome to attend.
Email Bill at billb (@) eskimo.com and
ask to be put on the Seattle weird-science email announcements list,
or see http://amasci.com/wsci
You can see his YouTube channel at
|William J. Beaty
beaty, chem washington ed Research Engineer
billb (at) amasci (dot) com
UW Chem Dept, Bagley Hall RM74
Box 351700, Seattle, WA 98195-1700
Road trip to Bellingham to see John Cadman's Hydraulic Ram Pump Inspired by Giza Pyramid
We will reschedule this later
Email Staff (at) SeattleMetaphysicalLibrary.org
if you would like to be part of the discussion when we reschedule this trip.
|Join us on our expedition to Bellingham to watch John Cadman's prgress.|
He was been working for several decades on a Hydraulic ram pump that he postulates was part
of the Great Pyramid at Giza - to pump Nile River to the Giza Plateau and help build the pyramids.
There are several lengthy interviews with him that you can find in a search engine, and also YouTube videos.
A few examples:
If you are intersted in joining us, contact Deirdre Burns: hydra2017