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Join our huge and varied Pagan, Heathen, Wiccan, Reconstructionist, Indigenous, spiritual and magical groups in education and celebration February 2016 in San Jose, CA. More information can be found about the conference at www.pantheacon.com

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Sunday, February 19 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
The Magical Mountain: And the Path of Divine Transformation

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This slide lecture will examine the symbolism of the Magical Mountain as found in alchemical texts, ancient myth, and sacred writings. Some topics to be discussed include: the Sacred Mountains of Olympus and Helicon (Greek Muses), of John's Revelation, Mt.Sinai (Moses/Kabbalah), the Egyptian Pyramids as initiatory mountains, and Montsalvat (Knights of the Grail). We will thus see how the mountain serves as a metaphor for the the human body and human consciousness, and thus man and woman’s initiatory ascent to mystic realization.

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Daniel Gautier

Daniel Gautier is an author, composer and visual artist. His work reflects his training in the disciplines of Hermeticism, Platonism, Kabballa, Raja Yoga. He has recorded CDs of his original music, extensively exhibited his artwork, and has had twelve of his books published, poetry, novels, philosophy, children's books; from Aphorisms of Light - The Hermetic Wisdom, to the fantasy novel, Master of the Guild.


Sunday February 19, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
San Juan

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