September 3rd, 2011
|pixelmonster||09:48 pm - Illumination Expo 2011|
Illumination Expo 2011 is a series of events being hosted by local Free Illuminists to celebrate art, music and illumination.
To begin we are hosting a musical performance by Amodali featuring tracks from her new project Liber Incarnadine. Amodali is traveling from the UK. Previous projects include Six Comm/Mother Destruction. This new project brings together many threads of Amodali’s work and research into the relationships between sonics/language/sexuality and magick.
Event: Amodali – Liber Incarnadine
Date: Wednesday, September 14th
Time: 8 pm to 9 pm
Location: Spring4th Center, Annex Location
Entry Fee: $10 (this event only)
VENUE INFO FOR LIBER INCARNADINE EVENT
The address for Spring4th Center, Annex Location is:
728 Spring Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
For more info about Spring4th Center, visit
Illumination Expo 2011 continues on September 23rd and 24th with two days of art, music, presentations and workshops.
Event: Arts, Music and Illumination
Date: Friday and Saturday, September 23rd and 24th.
Time: 6 pm to 1 am on Fri., September 23rd. 3 pm to 1 am on Sat., September 24th
Location: Atlanta Freethought Hall
Entry Fee: $15 (for a two day pass)
VENUE INFO FOR ARTS, MUSIC AND ILLUMINATION
The Address for Atlanta Freethought Hall is:
4775 N. Church Lane SE,
Smyrna, GA 30080
For more info about Atlanta Freethought Hall, visit:
There are three ticket options with associated pricing as follows:
1) $20 – the discounted price for an All Events Pass. Includes entry to all events (September 14th, 23rd and 24th).
2) $15 – includes entry to Arts, Music and Illumination only (September 23rd and 24th).
3) $10 – includes entry to Liber Incarnadine only (September 14th).
ARTIST INFO FOR ARTS, MUSIC AND ILLUMINATION EVENT
Art and Photography by:
T Allen Greenfield
Howard Pendragon Phillips
Spoken Word, Poetry and Selected Readings by:
T Allen Greenfield
Andrew Van Baümer
February 24th, 2011
|_aqua_vitae_||04:43 pm - Thelema & Humanistic Psychology Lecture|
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
Dove+Serpent Oasis will be hosting a lecture by our very own Frater 222 on Thelema & Humanistic Psychology Saturday Feb. 26th at 8pm at our Temple. Please try to arrive a bit early so we can start at 8pm sharp. We will be collecting donations from those who are willing & able to support our work & our Temple fund. If you are unable to make a donation, please come & be our guest. Hope to see you there!
PM for directions as this is a private residence
Facebook Event Page
Love is the law, love under will.
September 29th, 2010
|pixelmonster||10:49 am - Sought: OGD, OTO, Thelema, Crowley and Hermetic tradition & more speaker for AnachroCon 2011|
I am Pixie Bruner and am the Director of Historical Programming for AnachroCon. AnachroCon is Atlanta's premier alt history /steampunk/ neovictorian/ speculative fiction and anachronistic convention and is going into it's third year with hundreds of attendees and more each year. It is an NPO. It runs from Feb 25-27, 2011.
http://www.anachrocon.com is our website.
I am most interested in having a guest at the con speak on the matter of the O.T.O, the O.G.D and other Victorian occult traditions and forms of Hermeticism and do another panel purely on Thelema, Crowley and his influence on Victorian and modern occultism as a whole.
Personally, I would like to present guests with a panel on the Shekinah with/and/or one on the Gnostic Gospels.
I would also be interested in a panel on the Victorian "pseudo-sciences" of seances and mediumship if thee is someone amongst this community who could speak authoritatively on such matters and would be so far as to be willing to possibly run a traditional historical seance for a pre-registered limited number of guests (no more than ten or 12) .
I also seek a guest to speak about the history of Divination in general and the Hermetic, O.G.D.'s, and other occult traditions influence on the development of the Rider-Waite deck that is the most commonly used Tarot form.
Guests are asked to do two hours (three is preferred) of panels or presentations or workshops/ and have full audio-visual suppory for slideshows and whatever they require for their panel. Each panel is 50 minutes in length. Guests have their con attendance comped and receive amuses-bouche, meals, and top shelf aperitifs. Panelists doing one hour of presentation are comped simply for the day they are speaking and have full access to the Con Suite/Green Room for the day. We have homemade Tiramisu, no nasty Con food for us!!:)
Any references and recommendations to those willing to speak on such matters with good credentials would be most appreciated.
Thanks for your time and hope to hear back from potential speakers soon!:)
Director of Historical Programming AnachroCon 2011
Current Location: Random House
Current Mood: okay
May 14th, 2008
|raoin||10:12 am - research|
i could use some help.
can anyone tell me the first year that a wiccan group attained trax exempt status in the US?
April 2nd, 2008
|fmephisto||04:31 pm - Chaos magick & reality engineering tea party|
Time again for the monthly gathering at 11:11 Teahouse (753 edgewood ave ne, atlanta 30307) at 6pm. This time around we are planning to talk about how the term 'magick' relates to 21st century culture and reality. Is magick an archaic term that misleads more than it informs? Does it remain an appropriate choice to label the various forms of reality manipulation we endeavor? Do things such as NLP constitute magick or vice-versa? If the practice of chaos magick endeavors to scrap unnecessary cultural and symbolic baggage, does that include contextualizing various activities as magick at all?
Come have some tea (provided) or wine (bring yer own) and chat!
Hope to see you there.
February 27th, 2008
|fmephisto||12:12 pm - Chaos magick meetup - March 2nd|
This Sunday March 2nd at 6pm, we'll be having another chaos magick meetup at 11:11 Teahouse. A bit less formal than last time, we'll be chatting around the topic of magickal personalities, and possibly ending with a short ritual. We usually end a bit after 9pm, and often get dinner afterwards.
A $10 donation to the venue is strongly encouraged. Feel free to bring drinks (alcohol is ok), snacks, etc., or enjoy some tea from the Teahouse. If you have questions, feel free to post them here or email me directly.