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Lost Magic of Atlantis

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Gill Matini

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Time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Address: The College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, UK. SW7 2EB

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Price: £85/£105

In the ancient golden age of Atlantis, the Archangel Melchizedek was the Patron of the Royal Family of Spirit - the angelic presence who guided them and helped facilitate the anchoring of the presence of spiritual energy on Atlantis and the planet.
Later however, Melchizedek was replaced in these duties by the Archangel Azrael when Melchizedek loyal priests and priestesses created their own order - the Order of Melchizedek.
Working with the greatest and the good, Melchizedek chose to share with them an element of magick that he had never passed on before - something transcendent of colour, frequency, form and sound - the power of gesture.
This magick - reliant upon nothing more than the movement of the hands, arms and fingers - conveyed a powerful spiritual current which could be used to heal, to enthral, to protect, to transform, to transcend and to manifest.
Now for the first time since the fall, Melchizedek will once again reveal the powerful, simple and yet profound art of the magickal pass - gesture magick - rich with mudras and movements scattered in half remembrance throughout the world.
This workshop will include an initiation into the deep current of gesture magick and a spellbook full of gestures and passes that can easily be employed for a myriad of uses.
This workshop requires no previous experience of magick in order to be enjoyed and mastered.

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