"There is no age more remarkable to the quiet observer than our own."
Date: Tuesday February 24th 2015
We can say that there is certainly no age more remarkable to the quiet observer than our own.We live in the times of idolatry of the intellect, we place a common torch‑light upon the altar and we loudly proclaim the aurora that now daylight is really about to appear and that the world is emerging more and more out of obscurity into the clear light of perfection, through the arts, sciences, cultured taste, and even from a purer understanding of philosophy and religion.
It is said that we are living in an age of light, but it would be truer to say that we are living in an age of twilight; here and there a luminous ray pierces through the mists of darkness, but does not light to full clearness either in our reason or our hearts.
This is why in this Aquarius Age the cosmis rays of the Universal Brotherhood show us a path that will break in a radical way through the psychological obstructions of the moment
This lecture will take place from 20:00 to 22:00 on Tuesday 24th of February in The Lantern Centre.
You are most welcome to join us for this upcoming free event.
The Lantern Centre,
15 Synge Street,
Doors open 15 minutes before the start of an activity with coffee/tea. Free parking is available behind the main building.