Sa., 20. Feb. | Zoom

Sr. Harper Feist: The Body as a Scrying Sensor

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Sr. Harper Feist: The Body as a Scrying Sensor

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20. Feb., 19:00 MEZ

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“Scrying as an art and skill is necessary to successful conjuration work. Harper has a useful understanding of communion with the invisible world, and has developed a series of techniques that put her “in the zone” to be able to interact with the entities we call into our crystals. She’ll be discussing methods of moving out of the way, the cultivation of an internal emptiness, and the premise that the entire human body is a sensory device that the spirit world will use to commune with you.” Presented by Sr. Harper Feist: Harper Feist is driven to sense the invisible world. In her day job, she is a scientist making use of wavelengths of light unseen to the human eye to better understand the universe. In a similar vein, many of her esoteric efforts are focused on using somatic techniques to improve ritual and religious experiences. To the latter point, she has taught several workshops at national conferences and an online class focused on helping practitioners develop a scrying practice. She prides herself on the creation of a friendly and accessible approach to sensing to the invisible world. Her current research interests include Iamblican theurgy and the notion of ritual purity. Esoteric Biography: Ordo Templi Orientis: Most recent past-Master of Leaping Laughter Lodge, Valley of Minneapolis, MN. Ordained priestess of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica. Current interviewer of U.S. Grand Lodge’s official podcast, “Thelema Now.” Recent Presentations: The Poetry of Phyllis Seckler – a performance art piece – ThelemaCON, October 2020. History and Use of the Bornless Ritual – ThelemaCON, October 2020. The Body as a Scrying Sensor – ThelemaCON, October 2019. Pranayama: History, Physiology and Practice - ThelemaCON, October 2019. Women and Grimoire Magic in the Time of the Inquisition, Magical Women Symposium, June 2019. Scrying with the Body – NOTOCON (national OTO meeting), October 2017. Donations appreciated and may be made via Paypal to:

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