|Seattle Metaphysical Library Events|
As always, we welcome the participation of new members and volunteers to help build a useful and valued
Tarot By The Numbers
$7 (half goes to support the Library)
Join Like-Minded People In:
An Ancient Yet Timely Method for Personal Transformation, Focusing on Numeric Symbolism
Spreads and Tarot Exercises Done in Most of the Classes
The Tarot class is turning out to be fun and informative for all of us. We generally have five or
six attending this very hands-on group.
Please contact Kathy Eckert at kathy at seattlemetaphysicallibrary dot org or(206)595-1661 if you have any questions.
Ancient Aliens and Human Origins Study Group
First Monday of each month.
The next group meets July 4, 2016 at 7 pm
Free for members, $5 per session for the general pubic
The current book is
"Magicians of the Gods" by Graham Hancock (2015)
All our library copies are checked out, but you can buy it used on Amazon very reasonably.
Graham Hancock's newest book. His position is that a giant comet crashed into the
North American Ice Cap 11,000 years ago, destroying a global, highly advanced civilization. Remnants of that civilization
set sail around the world to help humanity rebuild. This touches on many of the themes of the books we've been reading.
First Friday of the month, 7 pm to 11 pm
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 https://www.youtube.com/user/wbeaty/videos
William J. Beaty http://staff.washington.edu/wbeaty/
beaty, chem washington ed Research Engineer
billb, amasci com UW Chem Dept, Bagley Hall RM74
206-543-6195 Box 351700, Seattle, WA 98195-1700
"There's Always a Miracle: True Stories of Life Before and After Death"
Joanne M. Clarkson, Author and Psychic Medium
Tuesday, September 13, 7 pm
$7 (half to support the Library)
In her new book, There's Always a Miracle: True Stories of Life Before and After Death, Joanne M. Clarkson
uses five chapters from her personal life to frame 19 stories about Hospice patients. Some stories feature ghosts and
manifestations from the Other Side. Others spell out psychic communication, messages from those who have crossed over
involving everything from weather to technology. All the stories feature some aspect of courage and love. In her program,
Joanne describes how and why she wrote this book and shares stories of life beyond death.
Joanne's poems, stories and non-fiction pieces have appeared in over 150 magazines and journals internationally. She has
published four volumes of poems and one non-fiction book. Joanne worked as a teacher and professional librarian. After
caring for her mother through a long illness, she re-careered as a Registered Nurse Specializing in Home Health and Hospice
care. Joanne has read Palms and Cards all her life, taught as a child by her grandmother, a psychic medium. She lives with
her husband, Ufologist James E. Clarkson, in Olympia, WA