Saturday, September 21, 2013

‘The Significance of the Autumnal Equinox’

The Rosicrucian Order will host an aptly timed program titled “The Significance of the Autumnal Equinox” tomorrow at 5 p.m. at the Rosicrucian Cultural Center, located at 2303 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard (near 135th Street) in New York City.

From the publicity:

Our discussion will include not only a consideration of the Rosicrucian Autumn Equinox observances, but also their parallels in world spiritualties and cultures across the ages. Participants are invited to share their own experiences of the Fall of the year, and its resonances in their lives.

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The presenter, Steven A. Armstrong, M.A. Hum., M.A., M.Div. is a professional historian, philosopher, and teacher based in the San Francisco Bay area. His current areas of interest include how the Primordial Tradition permeates all world traditions, and the way in which the Rosicrucian and Martinist paths provide a unique and unifying viewpoint on those traditions. Author of more than 30 published papers, articles and podcasts, and a lecturer for the RCUI, he is no stranger to NYC, as he received two of his Master’s Degrees at Fordham’s Rose Hill Campus, and did his undergraduate work just north of New York at Yale.

There is no cost to attend but, they say, donations are welcome.

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