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March Mystical Weekend at Rosicrucian Park - March 18-19, 2017 - San Jose, CA

March 18, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Rosicrucian Park
Street: 1342 Naglee Ave
City/Town: San Jose
Website or Map: https://www.rosicrucian.org/

Rosicrucian Park

Event Description

Friday

7:00 pm Circle of Spiritual Inquiry

Saturday

8:30 am TMO Associate Degree Initiation

12:30 noon TMO SI Class (Temple Initiated TMO Members only)

2:00 pm TMO INITIATE Class (Temple Initiated TMO Members only)

3:30 pm TMO ASSOCIATE Class (Temple Initiated TMO Members only)
 
5:00 pm Eleventh Temple Degree Review Forum (Open to AMORC Members who have completed the Eleventh Degree)


 
Sunday 
   

12:00 noon -Twelfth Temple Degree Initiation

3:00 pm - Rosicrucian New Year Ceremony 

4:30 - Join Grand Master Julie Scott for part four of a five-part exploration of the Divine Feminine, including how She is treated in the world today (in the West and in other parts of the world), Her power throughout history, and how embracing the Divine Feminine can contribute to a healthy, more sustainable future for our species and our planet. 

In this gathering we will meet some of the goddesses of the Divine Feminine of the East, including Tara (Buddhism), Kwan Yin (Buddhism, Taoism, and others), Amaterasu (Shintoism), Shakti (Hinduism), and Kamui Fuchi (the Ainu tradition). 

6:00 pm -  Neophyte Review Forum

 

Open to Public

4:30 - Join Grand Master Julie Scott for part four of a five-part exploration of the Divine Feminine, including how She is treated in the world today (in the West and in other parts of the world), Her power throughout history, and how embracing the Divine Feminine can contribute to a healthy, more sustainable future for our species and our planet. 

In this gathering we will meet some of the goddesses of the Divine Feminine of the East, including Tara (Buddhism), Kwan Yin (Buddhism, Taoism, and others), Amaterasu (Shintoism), Shakti (Hinduism), and Kamui Fuchi (the Ainu tradition)

 


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