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Dolores in Delaware, USA: Re-Claiming Atlantis, 11-13 September
September 11, 2015 @ 10:00 am - September 13, 2015 @ 4:00 pm
In the early 1980’s Gareth Knight held a workshop at the Hawkwood Conference centre in the UK. It was a never to be forgotten time for those of us who attended them. Its subject was the Destruction of Atlantis. With Gareth’s permission I have drawn on my notes, memories and knowledge gained since those days and offer this new workshop to Seelie Court.
Atlantis strikes a chord in all connected to the Mysteries. We will never know the truth of what happened but can tell much from the seership of Dion Fortune, Christine Hartley, Margaret Lumley–Brown, and Ernest Butler.
With the exception of D.F. I have known , spoken and worked with all of them and feel I can offer a reason for its destruction. Gareth dealt with the banishing of the Lords of the Dark Face to the depths of the Atlantic for the space of 10,000 years. He felt that time was completed and they had ”served their sentence.” In this new workshop I want to look at the location of Atlantis, its influence on the surrounding lands, their supposed ‘powers’ and their religious Heirarchy. The Four Who Rule, and the reasons underlying the emergence of the dark forces. According to Dion Fortune there were three attempts to overthrow the ruling class, the last being successful. It was this that brought about the destruction of the Golden Era.
Whether or not you believe Atlantis existed, the legend has persis.ted and continues to intrigue those of us that Colin Wilson referred to as The Outsiders. Those who want to KNOW, who have the WILL to seek, who DARE to question, and who keep SILENT except with their own kind. Join me at Seelie Court and take a fresh look at one of the most enduring enigmas of our time. We may not find an answer to all our questions, but we can piece together what we know and make an educated guess. I look forward to seeing you all.
Visit the event webpage for more information on registration, scheduling, and a special Monday night lecture to benefit the New Alexandrian Library.