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2017 Programme


Reading Essential Texts Afternoon Seminars

Richard III
by William Shakespeare
Leader Dr. Joseph Milne
25 January – 12 April
Wednesdays, 12 weekly sessions
3-4.30pm (please arrive promptly)
Venue The School of Economic Science
Course cost £120 or £90 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions

Reading Essential Texts Evening Seminars

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
by William Blake
Leader Professor Grevel Lindop
7 February – 7 March
Tuesdays, 5 weekly sessions
7 – 8.30pm (please arrive promptly)
Venue in London NW3, full address on booking
Course cost £55 or £45 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Limited to a maximum of 12 participants

LECTURES

Is the Sun Conscious?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake
Wednesday 25 January
7-8.30pm
In the chair Ian Skelly
Venue The Royal Asiatic Society
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE

Starman
Dr. Jeremy Reed
Monday 30 January
7-8.30pm
In the chair Professor Grevel Lindop
Venue The Royal Asiatic Society
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE


What is Sacred Art and does it have a place in the world today?
Emma Clark
Wednesday 1 March
7-8.30pm
In the chair Professor Keith Critchlow
Venue The Royal Asiatic Society
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE

(Starlight Order)
in honour of DAVID JONES, author and artist who fought in the Great War
Saturday 11 March
10am - 6pm

Speakers
William Blissett
Ewan Clayton
Hilary Davies
Tom Durham
Richard Kindersley
John Matthews

Film and music
MC Dr. Anne Price-Owen
Venue The Art Workers Guild
Admission
£40 Includes tea/coffee, biscuits, Welsh cakes and a glass of wine
In collaboration with the David Jones Society
Booking via thedavidjonessociety@gmail.com

‘What impossible matter will he make easy next?’ The Transformation of Reality in Shakespeare’s The Tempest
Valentin Gerlier
Tuesday 14 March
6.45- 8pm
In the chair Dr. Joseph Milne
Venue The Lincoln Centre
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE

Temenos Academy at Cowdray Park
The Head, the Heart and the Hand: Geometry, Philosophy and the Music of the Spheres
A weekend workshop of sacred geometry combining philosophy and practice
Tom Bree, Daniel Docherty, Valentin Gerlier
18 – 19 March
10.30am – 5.30pm Saturday, 9.30am – 5pm Sunday
In the chair Dr. David Cranswick and Emma Clark
Venue The Tower Room, Cowdray Park, Cowdray Heritage Site, River Ground Stables, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9AL
Cost
£225 inclusive of tools and materials and coffee/tea.
For enquiries and bookings please contact cranswickart@gmail.com or telephone 07801 430194
Flyer here

Science & the Sacred
Professor Ravi Ravindra
Monday 10 April
6.45- 8pm
In the chair Dr. Rupert Sheldrake
Venue The Lincoln Centre
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE

Dante’s Visionary Consciousness
A Study Day

Professor Daniela Boccassini
Andrew Frisardi
Dr. Jeremy Naydler

Saturday 29 April
9.45am – 5pm
In the chair Julia Cleave
Venue The Art Workers Guild
Admission
£60 or £50 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
£25 Full-time students with student ID
Please book in advance with this Flyer

Hippocrates – The Lost Way to Health
Dr. Eleni Tsiompanou
Tuesday 2 May
6.45-8pm
In the chair Ian Skelly
Venue The Lincoln Centre
Admission
£8 or £5 Members of the Temenos Academy/Concessions
Full-time students with student ID card FREE


Spirituality of the Land: A Symposium
Professor John Carey, Dr James Cowan, Caitlín Matthews, John Matthews,
Professor Arthur Versluis, Dr Kresimir Vukovic
Saturday 13 May 2017
9 am to 5 pm
Venue Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College, Oxford

Across Western Europe, North America and Australia are countless ancient sacred sites. Megaliths, cairns, and other stones or rock formations often mark the sacred places whose mysteries are conveyed in myths. This Symposium will explore new ways of understanding our relationship with the landscape as marked by sacred places interwoven with myths and ancient mysteries.

Tickets cost £35 before 31 March, £40 thereafter (includes tea/ coffee breaks and a catered lunch) and may be purchased from Jane May
Email janedmay@btinternet.com Telephone 01865 407680

Presented by Hieros and the Temenos Academy
http://www.hieros.world

A flyer about the Symposium may be viewed here



Lent Term Programme 2017 PDF download here

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