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SPRING/SUMMER PROGRAMME  April - July 2019

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre25 Palmerston Place EH12

 

5th September
‘Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul’.  
Film of Claire Dunne talking about her biography of Jung.  Plus discusssion.
 

12th September
Stones of Destiny: Scotland’s Supernatural Rock Power.  
Jean Brittain, historian, folklorist and author.
 

19th September
Alchemy:  The Science of Spiritual Transformation.
Tim Wyatt, Leeds TS, author ‘Cycles of Eternity: an overview of the ageless wisdom’, international lecturer, esoteric researcher.
      

26th September
Saving Baltersan: a 16th c. stately fine house in Ayrshire
James Brown, MSc, FSA Scot
 

3rd October
My finger pointing at the Moon.  
Owen Pilgrim, storyteller and artist.
   

10th October (extended talk 7-8.50pm)
The Signature of the Celestial Spheres: a modern confirmation of the ancient idea of a Harmony of the Spheres.   
Hartmut Warm, author ‘Signature of the Celestial Spheres’’ has lectured widely in Europe on the significance and application of the harmony of the spheres.
 

17th October
Your Human Design Life Chart.  
Zain Kurdi, Human Design Consultant.
 

24th October
Jacques Benvenist – Heretic.  
Film of French biologist who supported the principles of homeopathy, demonstrating molecular communication as primarily electromagnetic via water.  Plus discussion.  
 

31st October
The Grail Quest of the Scottish Patriotic War.  
Ian Grimston, Scottish Tourist Guide.
 

7th November
Free Masonry: The Truth.  
As described by Edinburgh TS member, Kenny Brown.
 

14th November
Archetypes and the Spiritual Path.  The importance of symbolism in myths and dreams to effect spiritual transformation.  
Gary Kidgell, Dundee TS, author ‘The Inner Journey: Pathways to the Higher Self’.
 

21st November
Weaving the Fabric of the Cosmos: the duality of space and time.
Discussion of a chapter from ‘The Snake & the Rope: problems in western science resolved by occult science’ by Edi Bilimoria.
 

28th November
The role of Sound and Light and the unfolding of the Cosmos.
Discussion of a chapter from ‘The Snake & the Rope: problems in western science resolved by occult science’ by Edi Bilimoria.
 

5th December
TBA.
 

12th December
Christmas Party.

 

Admission:  £3 Members / £5 Non-members.  ALL WELCOME

PLEASE NOTE NEW TIMING: Talks start 7.00pm in the Mary Duffy Room

(Tea/coffee in Cafe from 6.30pm and again after the talk from approx. 8.15 – 8.55pm)


 

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