First Metaphysical Church Meetup Group Weekly Meetup
March 2, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Time Changed for Healing and Services for the Fall and Winter:
Healing Service 6:00 Regular Service 6:30pm
Come out and see what we are all about. We offer a non-denominational and non-traditional service with different speakers and points of view each week. We welcome everyone to come and learn with an open mind and open heart.
Meet other locals to discuss your spiritual path. Share your most profound and transformational personal experiences and talk about ways to incorporate spirituality into your life. Open to people of all faiths and cultures!
Our new FMC Church logo!
The triskele or triple spiral or Spiral of Life, is a symbol composed of three interlocked spirals. The three spirals are interconnected with no open ends thus creating one continuous line. Each spiral turns in the same direction. The spirals represent balance, harmony and continual motion indicative of the flow of life and the Earth. The triple spiral is a Celtic and pre-Celtic symbol found on a number of Irish Megalithic and Neolithic sites. In ancient times it may have related to the sun, afterlife and reincarnation. Neopagan religions believed that it stood for the “three realms” – Land, Sea and Sky. Some Wicca uses the triple spiral symbol to represent the concept of the triple goddess. As Christianity came to the forefront in Ireland, the triskele took on a new meaning as a symbol of the Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
An interesting fact is that triskelions made of certain metals can be used as receivers and transmitters, gathering and disseminating the frequencies at which they resonate. The triskelion has an amazing ability to neutralize harmful energy, balancing Yin and Yang, positive and negative, and masculine and feminine in almost any setting.
Added around the triskele is a circle representing the earth and people holding hands, symbolizing unity and peace around the world.
Thank you Matt Gervais for your submission. And thank you to all the members of the church who voted for our new FMC logo.