Beginning tomorrow night and continuing all week, the Rosicrucian Order will present Grand Master Julie Scott for in-depth reviews of what esoteric thinkers term the Divine Feminine. These will take place at the Rosicrucian Cultural Center (2303 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard in Manhattan) nightly at 6:30, except for Saturday’s meet, which will take place at the Brooklyn Museum at one o’clock.
From the publicity:
Join Grand Master Julie Scott in 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.
We will explore how the Divine Feminine is perceived and experienced in today’s world, including in major religions such as Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. We also will meet the Primordial Goddess, as worshiped in the mists of time, and will be introduced to Judy Chicago’s epic contemporary work of art, “The Dinner Party,” which presents a symbolic history of women in Western civilization.
All are welcome!
Monday, December 5 – The Divine Feminine
Tuesday, December 6 – Egyptian Goddesses
Wednesday, December 7 – Greek Goddesses
Thursday, December 8 – Goddesses of the East
Friday, December 9 – Embracing the Divine Feminine
Saturday, December 10 – Trip to the Brooklyn Museum: Meet at the Brooklyn Museum to experience Judy Chicago’s epic contemporary work of art, “The Dinner Party,” which presents a symbolic history of women in Western civilization. We also will view objects related to some of the other traditions explored in the Divine Feminine workshops.
|Courtesy Brooklyn Museum|
Museum admission prices range from $10 (62 and older) to $16 per person. Ages 19 and under are free.
We will meet in the main lobby, near the ticket desk, at 1 p.m.