|Seattle Metaphysical Library Events|
As always, we welcome the participation of new members and volunteers to help build a useful and valued
Tarot Throught Jungian eyes
$10 (half goes to support the Library)
Join Like-Minded People In:
An Ancient Yet Timely Method for Personal Transformation, Focusing on Jungian Symbolism
Spreads and Tarot Exercises Done in Most of the Classes
Bring the Jungian archetypes to life in this 14 week course. A selection of Tarot decks is available,
or you may bring your own. This is a small class, with lots of opportunity for hands-on Tarot work and individual expression.
Please contact Kathy Eckert at kathy at seattlemetaphysicallibrary dot org or(206)595-1661 if you
have any questions.
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 email@example.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 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
Mext meeting October 10, 2016 at 7 pm
Free for members
$5 for the general pubic
The current book is
"The 12th Planet" by Zecharia Sitchin
We have several copies available for checkout in our library.
Sitchen's translations of ancient cuneiform tablets depicts an ancient extraterrestrial
intervention in the evolution of the human race, as well as a deeper understanding of the early Bible texts, which
were adopted from the earlier Sumerian and Babylonian clay tablets.
In this first book of the Earth Chronicles, Sitchen introduces the planet Niberu, explains the Nephilim,
and translatest the agenda for the development of the Adamic race.
"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
Michael Douglas Neely
Life Cycles: Astrology and Its Connection to Nature
Tuesday, October 11, 7 pm
$5 Free to members
Neely lays out his theories about the mysterious astrological principle of Exaltation and Debilitation.
After tenaciously working to figure out why certain planets were considered exalted or debilitated at particular degrees of the
zodiac, Michael discovered that these are better identified as upswing and downswing points within a life cycle that also has
climax and anticlimax points. Each planet has its own unique life cycle that manifests its quality in nature. The planets
cooperating together create the fractal-like nature we experience in a daily, annual, and human lifetime cycle.
Michael Douglas Neely has been an astrology enthusiast since 2002. He has studied and tested various forms of astrology on a
theoretical and practical level, both Eastern and Western. The author is knowledgeable in various aspects of astrology, various
divination systems, yoga, Eastern philosophy, and Sanskrit. He resides in Seattle, Washington.
It's finally finished! Thanks to the combined efforts of the friends and members of three Tarot groups that have
met here at the library, our own Tarot deck is almost in our hands! This deck is as diverse as the interests and philosophies
of all who have participated in its creation. In that diversity lies the key to its unique power - the incredible energy of so
many who have worked on this labor of love.
Those of you who have visited the library in the past couple of years have probably noticed both the note on the library door
describing the project, in addition to the sign-up sheet and the card description forms that were posted inside. A few months
ago, the sign-up sheet was completed as the last of the cards was 'adopted' for creation. Just over a week ago the last few
cards were turned in. In the ensuing days, the creative efforts of Michael Hazani and Greg Sinibaldi have turned seventy-eight
very differing cards into a unified and beautiful Tarot deck, and that deck is now ready to be printed.
The first deck and booklet, of course, we want to donate to the library. At that time, we also want to be able to distribute
the deck and the accompanying interpretation booklet to any library members or friends who would like to order them. Since we
will only be able to order a couple of copies beyond those that are ordered in advance and prepaid, we will soon be sending out
more information about the preordering process. In the meantime, we are including here pictures of a few of the cards to
introduce The Underground Tarot.
Thanks to all of you for support of The Underground Tarot!
Kathy Eckert and Underground Tarot Group