|Seattle Metaphysical Library Events|
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As always, we welcome the participation of new members and volunteers to help build a useful and valued
Tarot Through Jungian Eyes
Facilitated by Kathy Eckert, MSW
Wednesdays, 7 pm to 9 pm
$7 (half goes to the Library)
Next class is January 7
Open new doorways to personal power! No prior knowledge of Tarot is needed. You will, though, need your own
intuition!. Bring the Jungian archetypes to life in this 14 week course.
A selection of Tarot decks is available, or you may bring your own.
Ancient Civilizations Book Group
February 16, 7 pm
Free for members, $5 per session for the general pubic
This month's book is a clasic, -
Edgar Cayce on Atlantis, by Edgar Evans Cayce, first published in 1969.
After three very weighty tomes, we decided to take a break and read some lighter material.
Edgar Cayce was a very famous psychic in his day, mostly dealing with people's health issues. But he would often talk
about the origins of peoples' problems as being the result of past-life experiences, and recommended not only medical
treatments, but also gave life readings for the current lives of his clients.
Cayce gave tens of thousands of readings, all of which were transcribed. Researchers going back over this written material
noticed a strong internal consistency about the lives and stores from ancient Atlantis. The author of this book, his son,
went through these readings and pulled together a description of life in ancient Atlantis, and also about the internal
struggles that eventually led to a civil war that destroyed the civilization. (one of the disagreements was about ownership
rights for newly-created creatures!)
Cayce died in 1949, so he had to use terminology of his day to describe lasers and recombinant DNA. He described crystals
that were used both for healing and for warfare, and he described the creation of new creatures using surgery.
This is an easy-to-read book that will be fun to discuss at our next meeting.
As always, it is not necessary that you have read the book to attend, - part of the purpose of the group is to help each
other study and learn.
11 am Sundays by appointment (other times may also be available)
The Dreamachine is a rotating cylinder on an old-fashioned record-player spinning 78 revolutions per minute.
The cylinder has precisely cut out holes that produce a complex stobescopic effect when rotating around a bright light.
Besides the trippy visual effects the device is said to induce lucid dreaming and intense daydreaming.
It promotes a trancelike serenity, intensifies creativity and insight and even uncovers suppressed memories.
The first hour will be for beginners, with shorter sessions. After the first hour, we will break, and those who want more in-depth
experience can stay for a longer session.
Please bring a pillow to sit on. People who call and reserve a spot will be given priority if we have too many people.
Only eight people can fit around the table.
To schedule an appointment email: