Come to our next Symposium
Rasputin and the Goddess.
With Steven Ingman-Greer
25 August at 19:30–21:00
in the Avalon Room,
2- 4 High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DU
Rasputin was part of an ancient Siberian Shamanistic Tradition which treated everything on earth as being alive with life and part of the body of the Great Mother. His cultural past is very Feminine-centric- a philosophical view that sees time move, not in a straight line, but in circles, and that includes everyone in a loving embrace. Even the view of the meaning and significance of death itself undergoes a radical shift in his world, centred as it is on the Divine Feminine. He taught his philosophy to the Imperial Family of Russia – and it very nearly revolutionised the world. Properly understood, the tradition he is a part of could change our world today – for the better.
Steven Ingman-Greer is a musician, author and poet, who has spent most of the last 35 years researching Russia’s last Imperial Family. His novel, “Lost Eagle”, about the life of Nicholas II’s daughter Tatiana was published by Top Hat Books in October 2013 and is one of a series of five about the children of Nicholas II and Rasputin. He was consultant to Channel 4 in their TV series “Masters of Darkness”, on Rasputin. His Poetry collection, Russian Snowflakes and his novel about Nicholas II’s daughter Anastasia, “Voice on the Wind” are due to be published in 2017. Please see his website for more information.
The Library of Avalon AGM
was held on Thursday 5th May in the library at 18:30
The meeting included the election of trustees and the annual report and accounts.
Izzy Cadbury was re-elected Chair, Andy Scott as Treasurer, Richard Newman as Secretary and Gareth Mills and Penny Billington as Trustees .
A video of the Symposium:
The Magical Battle of Britain
Held on Thursday 21st April 2016 – Glastonbury Town Hall – 7.30pm
is now available on YouTube and can be reached via our facebook page.
Don’t miss a fascinating discussion about Dion Fortune and the 1940 Glastonbury workings, featuring John Goodchild, Houston Stewart Chamerain, Wellesley Tudor Pole, the Thule Society and the Glastonbury and Aryan Christs.
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