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Discuss the Constuction of the Universe through Numbers

  • Oct 31, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • Rosicrucian Cultural Center of New York City

An exploration into how the Universe manifests through numbers. Representing the stages in the process of becoming, numbers are a set of archetypal principles made comprehensible as mathematical patterns. Contemplating the essence of each number we can gaze directly into the face of deep wisdom, the divine substrate of nature and ourselves. There will be open discussions and meditation.

The facilitator will be E. Bernard West serves the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC) and Traditional Martinist Order (TMO) as a lifetime member. During his many years of membership he is known for his expertise in Egyptian, Greek and Roman mythology.  His life is a design for excellence as he moved up the ranks in his military career retiring as a Field Grade Officer;  his service to AMORC and TMO follows the same dedication and excellence.  He now serves as the TMO Provincial Master  in Georgia and AMORC  EGL  as Grand Councilor  for Georgia and Louisiana. He also serves various masonic affiliations including Master of a Prince Hall Affiliated Blue Lodge, Patron of an Eastern Star Chapter, Noble of the Mystic Shrine and Grand Inspector General 33ᵒ United Supreme Council.

Bernard has a Bachelor’s in Political Science, Master’s in History,  Doctorate in American Studies, and is a published author. His book, Living Atlanta:  An Oral History of the City
[masked], vividly recreates life in the city during the three decades from World War I through World War II – a period in which a small, regional capital became a center of industry, education, finance, commerce and travel.

Bernard enjoys golfing and traveling the world as a licensed pilot.

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