Effort In Relation To Evolution A Chapel Talk by Allyce Cay-Bothmann A philosopher may wonder about the effects of time on progress. We know that the cosmos hastens slowly in its demand for perfection. What determines the magnitude of one glory over another? The fount of creation, just as the generation of human […]
Monthly Archive for February, 2009
Is it spring yet? Part of Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Sinding’s Rustles of Spring link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWmg-Mr7yMs In the complete work, classical goddess Venus emerges from the water on a shell, blown towards shore by the Zephyrs, symbols of spiritual passions. Zephyrus is known as the fructifying wind, the messenger of […]
Microcosm Lecture Series Notes Transitioning Into The Aquarian Age Lecture 3 of 25 by [R] Cultural Vehicles and the Evolution of Consciousness The last of the introductory talks. This will be a focusing kind of talk. Years ago I used to go to a lot of movies. They used […]
Microcosm Lecture Series Notes Transitioning Into The Aquarian Age Lecture 2 of 25 by [R] The Holy Grail and the Aquarian Age—In Heaven and In Earth The Holy Grail and the Aquarian Age in Heaven and in Earth is the introduction to the whole series of talks. These […]
Some Views Concerning Integrity A Chapel Talk By Allyce Cay-Bothmann An easy definition of integrity is “having it all together.” If a box has integrity, it is complete for the purpose intended. It is sound, workable and can be relied upon to serve in its designated place. During the Civil War, […]
The Transitioning Into The Aquarian Age series of lectures may be found under the category Lecture Notes. The first of the series answered the question: “When is the Aquarian Age?” Three other lectures will follow and eventually more as they are produced.
Microcosm Lecture Series Notes Transitioning Into The Aquarian Age Lecture 1 of 25 – When is the Aquarian Age? Until the editor obtains permission to use names, there will be only descriptions or pseudonyms of individuals: lecturer as [R]. [R] referenced Plato and Socrates with the sentiment: […]