Experience the Mysteries and Powers of the Damanhur Spiral
10:00 am 6:00 pm with Pot Luck meal
221 Whetherburn Drive, Wexford, PA 15090
Times: 10 am to 6 pm with Pot Luck at end
Location: 221 Whetherburn Drive, Wexford, PA 15090
Donation: $50 TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
The spiral is one of the basic “themes” of life, and this shape occurs in the microcosm as well as the macrocosm. It can be found in everything from biology to cosmology, from our fingerprints to the position of our galaxy’s celestial bodies. It is a geometry that can recall, accumulate and redistribute energy. What are the mysteries and powers of this compelling form, and why are they needed?
What would life be like if we took time and committed ourselves to building spiral structures that convey this natural design in unity with our planet and cosmos? Find out with this opportunity to learn about building and experiencing the spiral form, which invites you to journey deeper into yourself, on the walk inwards toward its center and the divine essence present in each of us.
At its completion we will celebrate with a pot luck meal!
Some aspects of the spiral we will discuss include:
- Why build spirals? How do they increase synchronicity, cleanse the aura, and uplift personal and planetary consciousness?
- How can spiritual technology accelerate the evolution of consciousness? What others kinds of spiritual technology is used Damanhurian for personal, environmental and global purposes?
- What are synchronic lines? Are there synchronic lines into our region? How do spirals help us access them?
This event will be lead by Crótalo Sésamo, Global Ambassador of Damanhur where stone spirals and labyrinths can be found in the Sacred Woods Temple of the Damanhur Federation of Communities in Northern Italy.
Damanhur is a living laboratory for the future of humankind. It is a Federation of Spiritual Communities, with its own Constitution, culture, art, music, currency, schools and use of science and technology. The Community was founded in 1975 from the inspiration of Falco Tarassaco (1950-2013). His enlightened and pragmatic vision created a fertile reality based on solidarity, sharing, love and respect for the environment. Damanhur is perhaps best known for its extraordinary subterranean work of art and architecture, a cathedral known as the Temples of Humankind. The Temples have been proﬁled on international television as the "Eighth Wonder of The World." This complex was entirely dug by hand into the heart of the mountain. Decorated with mosaics, stained glass, sculptures, wall paintings and other works of art, it is dedicated to the awakening of the divine spark present within every human being.
To read more about Damanhur, visit http://www.damanhur.org/