Sunday, 25 May 2008
Servants of the Light (SOL)
On Friday evening I was honoured to present the opening lecture for the Servants Of The Light (SOL) 'Ritual With Purpose" weekend. Gary and Karl were also keen to attend so the three of us made our way over to the foothills of the Pennines in East Cheshire.
The theme of my talk was 'Space & Time' and I decided to focus on the subjective nature of time perception and to present evidence that precognition is a reality rather than a supposition.
The reception my presentation received was fantastic. Indeed we spent another hour not only discussing the implications of ITLAD and CTF but also receiving some amazing personal experiences from the audience, all of whom gave huge support to both theories. The majority of these focused in on the reality of the Daemon as a guiding force within human experience.
The subject then moved to synchronicity and one member of SOL was not only amazed at the series of coincidences that facilitated his attendance but also how many elements of itlad were being shown to be true by the work of The Federation of Damanhur in Italy - a place that he had been only a few days before. He strongly advised that direct contact should be made with this organisation (http://www.damanhur.org/).
As we discussed synchronicity my eye caught the front cover of the booklet outlining the weekend's events. I simply could not believe my eyes.
The image on the cover is the one at the start at the post. Remind you of anything?
Take a look at my posting of the 1st May 2008
Look at the image that I hypnogogically 'saw' whilst holding the Solar Cross.
Now is that not weird .... and clearly significant!!!
May I thank Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki and Elizabeth Fox for again allowing me a platform to get across my ideas and theories. And thanks to Karl and Gary for not only attending with me but also for the great conversation and witty bantor in the car both on our way there and on our way back.
Thank you also to the attendees of the Ritual. You made me very welcome and I really enjoyed our chats afterwards. You are all also very welcome to join in with us here on our little part of the web. Any contributions, comments or questions will be more than welcome.