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How Light, Color and Sound Affect Life - February 19, 2020 - Lafayette, CA

February 19, 2020 from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Street: 925 Moraga Road (corner Brooks), enter off parking lot lower level.
City/Town: Lafayette, CA

Event Description

Golden Lotus Pronaos

"How Light, Color and Sound Affect Life": by Frater Jesse Grossman - Mystical Seekers Series

Wednesday, Feb. 19

7:00 pm: Convocation

8:00 pm: Doors open for the presentation and pot luck. Guests and pubic welecome.

Free talk open to public follows the members only convocation and begins shortly after doors open.

About the topic

Light, color, and sound play a crucial role in our everyday life, But what exactly are these phenomena? More importantly; How do they affect Life both physically and spiritually? Frater Jesse Grossmann will answer these questions in presenting an old article entitled "How Light and Color Affect Life" written by Frater John H. Schneider B.S, M.S which appeared in the early 1928 Rosicrucian Digest. With his experience as an audio engineer, he will include the addition of sound waves, to give a well-rounded view building upon the original article.

Featured Speaker

Jesse Grossmann is a member of AMORC and also a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Freemason, a member of the Traditional Martinist Order, and of Freemason Luther Burbank Lodge #57. As both a mystic, musician and trained audio engineer, he has spent most of his life developing an intimate relationship with Waveforms both for scientific and esoteric means.

About Golden Lotus

Meets twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays for Convencation at 7 p.m. and 3rd Wednesday at 8 p.m. for public presentation on mystical or metaphysical topics as a public service. The topics and speakers vary and no previous knowledge or experience is required. Just bring an open mind and heart.

The Golden Pronaos doesn't charge for admission. We operate under the law of AMRA. You may give as your heart and mind direct you.

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