Katie Gajdacs was introduced to psychic phenomena in her childhood by her Godmother. She has been learning and developing her talent in this field since 1986. She learned to read Tarot cards in Australia. Since 1992 she has studied in a Spiritualist environment in Toronto and at Lilydale. Through her interest in mystical knowledge, she has also studied Kabalistic Mysticism for 4 years, under one of the greatest Kabalists, Rabbi Chezi Nagar, in Toronto. From 1992-1999, she has been an active member and lecturer of the Psychic Society of Toronto. Currently Katie is a Neophyte in the Odyssean Tradition and a member of the Wiccan Church of Canada.
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3500 Before Christ, a nation appeared between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers. Sumer, site of the earliest known civilization, located in the southernmost part of Mesopotamia, between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers, in the area that later became Babylonia and is now southern Iraq from around Baghdad to the Persian Gulf.
What’s so remarkable about the Sumerians’ invention of civilization is they did it with so few natural resources. Like the Egyptians, the Sumerians did not have a lot of timber; so it’s somewhat surprising that the world’s first civilizations should arise where there isn’t a plentiful supply of wood, which could be used for fuel, the construction of houses, and for many of the utilitarian items needed in daily life.
Unlike the Egyptians, however, the Sumerians did not have a lot of stone (imagine Egyptian civilization without its endless supply of stone).
Neither did the Sumerians have much mineral wealth. The only thing they had in abundance was mud, but with that mud they built a great civilization. For with that mud they built towering ziggurats, and on that mud they invented writing. With the help of irrigation and a relatively pragmatic view of life and its mysteries, they turned this deprived land into a veritable Garden of Eden.
The lost history of this nation came to light around the 1600′s, when a library was found in Nippur.
This class will give a deep understanding of this nation, its mythology and its belief system. 1.5 h.
Sumerian Ritual of knowledge
This ritual is in the Odyssean style and deals with wisdom and knowledge. The Odyssean tradition makes liberal use of Gods, Goddesses and cultural contexts as archetypes, to help participants relate to the essence of the ritual. This is not re-creationism but rather a Wiccan format with Sumerian flavour. Come and experience!
Psychic Development 1
• Explain Psychic Phenomena
• Working with the white light – protection and why it is needed
• Different ways of divination
• Neuro- Linguistic Programming and its importance
• Communicating with spirit guides
• Practical exercises to increase intuition
Communicating with the blessed dead
• How to recognize spirit communication
• How to meet your own spirit guide
• Where are we going after death ?
• The difference between soul and spirit
• Practical exercises