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What's on: 13 Jun

Symbol Magick

Edwin Courtenay
Friday 13 June 2014
7:00pm - 8:30pm

In this evening lecture the mysterious power of symbols will be explored.

Simple instructions on how to use them will be given, opening up a vast realm of power that can be applied to both the spiritual and physical world for protection, healing, abundance and insight.

Symbols – both modern and ancient – surround us at all times, from the Caduceus of ancient Egypt and Greece to the glyphs for “Switch On”, “Hazard” and “Bluetooth” – some of which themselves are based upon ancient Runic powers.

Whether we feel it or not, or acknowledge it or not, there is no doubt that symbols are powerful and convey – in the glimpse of an eye – a meaning beyond their humble form.

But in truth it is more than in their association that their true strength lies, as each symbol is connected to a pool of power, a thought form sometimes created by man and sometimes funded by the Gods themselves.

Edwin Courtenay

Edwin would describe himself as one of the "Cunning Folk" a term used in the 15th century to describe those naturally gifted with psychic, spiritual and mystical abilities which they would use to help those in their community. A Pagan-a follower of the old ways of nature and the world-and a practising magician, Edwin works with ritual, ceremony, chant and song to heal and awaken, empower and transform.

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