These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
A series of self-contained but connected presentations from the book Mysterium Artorius.
Session 2: ‘Arthur: Archaic Deity and Dark Age Enigma’.
There is little doubting that the stories of Arthur contain far older themes and motifs. Paul will consider how far this can profitably aid us in understanding his allure.
Glastonbury PLG ‘Why do we eat? Food, Identity and immortality….’ – A talk by Jacqueline Hobbs (Oracle Girl)
Have we always been eaters, were we taught to eat and why in so many cultures, is food connected with the gods? In this talk Dr Jacqueline Hobbs examines the link between eating to live in this world … and not eating to die into another.
During this Numerology Taster session Richard will look at the energy you bring to the earth plane when you are born. This is derived from your birth name and each person will have the opportunity to determine the capabilities and talents (often latent) they were born with, their inner motivation, and discover what numerology has to say about their secret dreams.
PRC Talk ‘The Passing of the Flame – Dion Fortune, W.E. Butler & the Way of High Magic’ with Ian Rees
Session 4: ‘Passing through the Pillars’.
‘The Passing of the Flame’ is a series of 8 themed but standalone talks taking the major themes of Dion Fortune’s work and exploring them as expressed through the work of W.E. Butler and Tom Oloman. This fourth talk will focus on the ancient image of the Pillars of the Temple and on working with opposites. The sephiroth Hod and Netzach the spheres of mind and feeling and their relationship to the body and the foundation will be contemplated. The nature of personality and the practice of the Magical Personality and its roots in the Golem operation will also be considered.
A talk on the latest cutting edge information on sound healing within the body, using quartz crystal singing bowls and harmonic frequencies. The talk will be followed by a demonstration of crystal singing bowls in Solfeggio frequencies 528Hz and 396Hz and the harmonically resonant 432Hz.
The rebellious Joglaresa bring their sparkling subversion to Yuletide – amongst Medieval, Tudor and folk carols they perform medieval parodies celebrating wine and ale; songs from the C16th Piae Cantiones and their very own version of The Boar’s Head in Hande Bear I.
The Christmas Mysteries is a family show with classical singing, a live band and live animals. It’s a modern adaptation of the mystery plays based on the nativity. Expect a headstrong Mary, mad-cap shepherds, a bit of sheep-theft and plenty of lively humour. Come and meet the real live donkey and join in the story!
Humanity has been enslaved within a controlling intervention, that we all know. But just how deep does the rabbit hole go? How are we being influenced at the deepest levels of our consciousness?
Under the direction of conductor, Michael Taylor, the Churchill Singers will be sharing with you their programme of Christmas music.
This talk will examine the views that G.I, Gurdjieff, the founder of what became known as the Fourth Way, and some of his foremost followers, such as Maurice Nicoll, had about the wonderful inner meanings of the Gospels and their power to reach into the heart and mind of modern man, in a way that is timeless – as long as one possesses the keys to the language.