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We welcome the participation of new members and volunteers to help build a useful and valued
Tarot By the Numbers
Sunday, November 17, 2019
10:30 am to 1 pm
$10 (half goes to support the Library)
Thanks so much to all of you who made our Jungian Tarot class such a great experience.
This month, we're starting another class series; this time, it will be Tarot by the Numbers. Our monthly schedule will continue.
I hope the spiritual momentum from the last class will continue, as well, increased even more as more of you join us for this series.
This first class, we'll talk about the philosophical origins of the numerical and elemental symbolism through which Tarot addresses all
aspects of life.
As always, this will be a hands-on experience, feel free to bring your favorite Tarot deck.
Those of you who have been in my classes before know that I am unable to resist adding more content to this class each time I teach it.
With that being guaranteed, with new energy being created as new and former members bond in our group, and with the monthly format
demanding a more carefully-planned structure than did the old weekly classes, this 5th series of Tarot by the Numbers promises to be
better than ever.
Parking: If you are driving by car, give yourself about 15 minutes to gind a parking place - the Ballard Farmers Market
is happening at the same time, and takes up a of parking.
Hope to see as many of you as possible!
You can contact Kathy directly at kathy (at) seattlemetaphysicallibrary (dot) org or (206) 595-1661
if you have questions about the class or would like to be on her mailing list.
December 6, 7:30 pm to 11 pm
ATTENTION ALL TESLA WORSHIPPERS, FREE-ENERGY BUFFS, "CRAZY" INVENTORS, ANOMALY HUNTERS, SCALAR RESEARCHERS,
ANTIGRAVITATIONALISTS, AND O/U-NITARIANS!
Meetings of Seattle's "weird sciences group" will take place the first Friday of each month and yes, the general public is
very welcome to attend.
Email Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be put on the Seattle weird-science email announcements list,
or see http://amasci.com/wsci
You can see his YouTube channel at
||William J. Beaty http://staff.washington.edu/wbeaty/
beaty, chem washington ed Research Engineer
billb (at) amasci (dot) com
UW Chem Dept, Bagley Hall RM74
Box 351700, Seattle, WA 98195-1700