Tag Archives: Mystery School

The Quest for Immortality: Anomalies… Stuart France

* Given that much of the Epic of Gilgamesh has found its way into the Hebrew Book of Genesis in a somewhat garbled form… Why, we may wonder, is the flood story re-told almost word for word? * We say … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: An overview of the Sumerian Planetary Beings by ‘The Patrician Lady’

For the Sumerians, Anu, the Sky Father, was the Supreme Being, from whom all other gods descended. His parents were Enshar and Kishar… the ‘whole Heaven’ and the whole Earth’. He was associated with the planet Pluto and he constellation, … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: Offspring of Silence ~ A presentation from Jan Malique

Jan Malique , a Companion of the Silent Eye, has kindly agreed to allow us to share the text of a presention she gave at the Lord of the Deep workshop, which addresses some of the core themes of the … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: Web of Light

This morning, the Companions attending the Lord of the Deep workshop, and Companions of The Silent Eye around the world, will join together in a shared meditation. This will take the form of a guided visualisation.. a journey in imagination. … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: Memento Mori

‘Among the greatest things that can ever happen to a person’ – Rainer Maria Rilke We are bound to ask, ‘Why did Rilke hold the Epic of Gilgamesh in such high regard?’ The answer may be uncomfortable… In a letter … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: And so it begins…

All being well, we are converging from across this country and others, on the little Derbyshire village of Great Hucklow. This year, the story that frames the central themes of the weekend is that of the Epic of Glgamesh, possibly … Continue reading

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Almost…

Last minute preparations are underway. I’m looking at the pile of props, costumes and workbooks and wondering how I’ll squeeze everything and a wheelchair into the car, even though we have done this so many times before and in much … Continue reading

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An Alchemical Moment ~ Jordis Fasheh

Jordis Fasheh, a friend and Companion of the School, tells how she found the Silent Eye at a pivotal point in her personal journey. At the moment when the Silent Eye officially came into being, Jordis was the first to … Continue reading

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The Ship ~ Steve Tanham

This morning, I will drive to the family home town of Bolton, in Lancashire to collect my mother who is coming to spend Easter with us here in Cumbria. The journey is straightforward: fifteen minutes will take me from the … Continue reading

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Digging deeper… with Anne Copeland

A story is told to engage the imagination and the sense of wonder. A tale that does so will stay in memory… making it a perfect vessel to hold a deeper meaning that may lie dormant until we are armed … Continue reading

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