Jean de Galzain
The Esoteric Meaning Behind the Sacred Heptagram
(or the mystery behind the seven-pointed star)
August 10, 2012
7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
Joyce Beers Community Center, Hillcrest
Admission: general, $12; members, $7
On the mundane level, each of the points of the seven-pointed star, or heptagram, represents the seven visible planets of our solar system, Sun through Saturn. But it is so much more than that. This symbol is one of the most ancient of Western symbols and the most packed with mystery and meaning on several different levels. Students of the esoteric mysteries learn that it represents both art and science, representing the balance of the seven principles or inner holy planets acquired through trial and error, ultimately resulting in mastery of the desire nature.
Jean de Galzain will be our guide through this tour of the mysteries to demonstrate why the sacred heptagram is revered by ancient and modern sages alike. He will present to us some of the following representations such as colors, music, metals, bodies, senses, Cosmic Periods, Spiritual Hierarchies, etc. showing how they fit in organized fashion around the sacred heptagram.
Presently the CEO and President of the Rosicrucian Fellowship, Greater San Diego, Jean is known to many SDAS and NCGR members. Early in his life, Jean discovered he had an invisible connection with the world around him which led him on a mystic quest to seek answers about the invisible worlds beyond the five senses. At age 19 Jean began the study of astrology, and then added Esoteric Christian Philosophy, Spiritual Alchemy, Mystical Symbolism, and other esoteric sciences to his palette, to refine his spiritual research.
He holds a Baccalaureate Degree in Science, was ordained as a Minister, and received a Doctorate of Esoteric Religions from the First Christian Essene Church. Originally from France, Jean has traveled through Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa, and The United States and Canada and has spent many years developing and presenting this material as he continues his counseling, teaching, and lecturing activities he started in the 80s in the US, Canada, Europe, and Africa.