The Major Arcana in Tarot, Key 1 - The Magician

  • August 18, 2012 · 10:00 AM
  • Odd Fellows Hall

This month we continue our new discussion series, The Major Arcana in Tarot. In this series, we are devoting one month to each of the 22 trumps of the Major Arcana, and this month we will discuss Key 1, the Magician.

If you would like to read more about Key 1 before study group, click on the Highlights of Tarot link here or at left. Everyone is welcome to participate in our discussions. The Study Group will be followed by an Ann Davies Qabalistic Meditation. Afterward, lunch will be served at 12 PM.

Public activities conclude with lunch. In the afternoon, B.O.T.A. Dallas conducts its Pronaos healing ritual. B.O.T.A. members who have competed requisite coursework may request to be initiated and to participate in the afternoon healing ritual work.

All activities take place at the Odd Fellows Hall in Dallas. If you wish to come by train, we're right across the street from the DART Red Line Hampton Station. You can find a DART Map here . NO RSVP IS REQUIRED! We have plenty of room and are used to welcoming guests! If you have any questions, please feel free to email Chris , your Meetup Organizer.

Study Group is open to everyone over 21 years old. Builders of the Adytum does not allow individuals under 21 to study B.O.T.A. lessons or meditate on Tarot Keys. Given the nature of Study Group, this same policy applies. People of all ages are welcome to B.O.T.A. Qabalistic Services, Vibratory Attunements and Christmas and Easter Rituals.

Builders of the Adytum is a non-profit organization, and Dallas area activities are supported solely by local contributions. Love offerings are accepted.

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  • Ben

    There were a lot of fresh perspective this month on the tarot key The Magician. For those unfamiliar with Builders of the Adytum, their Tarot cards are used as a meditative a tool for spiritual development.

    August 20, 2012

  • Frank L.

    Jim's way of the leading the study groups is always entertaining, educational and memorable. What more could anyone ask?

    August 19, 2012

  • Susan

    Very interesting discussion

    August 19, 2012

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