Join us for the Festival of Aquarius 2014 Full Moon Meditation meeting broadcast from London, UK.
From the talk to be presented:
When we think about some of the ancient civilisations of the past – Egyptian, Greek, Roman etc. – we probably have some vague notion of a distinctive type of religious architecture. Perhaps the most famous example of an ancient temple is the Parthenon in Athens, with its noble columns. Strangely, it seems that for the Parthenon, and some other Greek and Roman temples, the actual altar was not inside the temple, but was instead in the open air, in a nearby sacred grove. “Temple” is derived from templum, which means “an open space”. It is worth pondering the deep implications of this meaning – as we enter the Aquarian age, the need for openness, for the free circulation of ideas, is ever more pressing.
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