Thelemic Symposium Oct 27

Thelemic Symposium in Salem Massachusetts, featuring panelists Colin Campbell, Mike Estell, and Kerry Kurowskiwith Colin Campbell, Mike Estell, and Kerry Kurowski
Salem, MA, Sat., Oct. 27, 2012 EV.

Introductions

Thelemic Symposium begins with the panelists introducing themselves by way of biographical and/or editorial commentary explaining their perspective on Thelema and how they came to embrace it.

Three Questions

After the introduction, each panelist answers three questions. They have been given more than two months to prepare answers to these questions:

  1. What major differences have you found, comparing your present
    perspective on Thelema to when you first approached the Work?
  2. What do you think initiation is?
  3. At this stage in the history of Thelema, what is the best way we
    can contribute to the development of Thelemic culture?

Questions from the Audience

Following the “Three Questions” section, the audience at Thelemic Symposium is invited to pose questions to the panelists, who answer extemporaneously.

Reception

Finally, Thelemic Symposium dissolves into a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.

Schedule:

Doors open 6:30 pm.
Symposium starts 7:30pm.
Reception begins 10:30pm.

Tickets:

Members: $20:

All others: $45:

Location:

Knights Templar, O.T.O.
70 Washington Street
Suite 222
Salem, MA 01970

Important Parking Information

Parking will be terrible. Attendees should come early and park near Mason street (turn right at Citgo), and walk into downtown from there.

Important Lodging Information

Because Halloween is a major event in Salem, lodging within the city will be extremely limited. Consider the following options and make your plans right away:

  • O.T.O. members may e-mail hospitality@knightstemplar-oto.org to arrange for the possibility of crash space.
  • Camp-Ground in Salem:
    • 50 Winter Island Road, Salem, MA 01970 (978)745-9430 / fax (978)745-1875 | Park Manager, e-mail: winterisland@salem.com
  • Area hotels:
    • Most in Salem are full already, but this one still has a few probably because they have a 4 night minimum -
      • Clipper Ship Inn (4 night minimim) | 40 Bridge Street, Salem, MA 01970-4190 | (978) 745-8022
    • Within 3 miles, but no public transit:
      • Boston Marriott Peabody‎ | 8a Centennial Drive | Peabody, MA 01960 | (978) 977-9700 | marriott.com
      • Homestead Boston-Peabody | 200 Jubilee Drive | Peabody, MA 01960 | (978) 531-6632
      • Days Inn Danvers-Boston-Salem‎ | 152 Endicott St | Danvers, MA 01923 | (978) 777-1030 | daysinn.com
      • Courtyard Boston Danvers | 275 Independence Way | Danvers, MA 01923 | (978) 777-8630 | a href=”http://marriott.com”>marriott.com
      • Lakeview Motor Lodge‎ | 5 Lakeview Avenue | Beverly, MA 01915-1123 | (978) 922-7535 | beverlygardensuites.com‎
      • Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston-Peabody‎ | 57 Newbury Street | Peabody, MA 01960 | (978) 536-5050 | hilton.com‎
      • Hampton Inn Boston/Peabody‎ | 59 Newbury Street | Peabody, MA 01960-3820 | (978) 536-2020 | hilton.com‎
    • Very near train to Salem in Boston:
      • Bulfinch Hotel in Boston MA‎ | 107 Merrimac Street | Boston, MA 02114 | (617) 624-0202 | bulfinchhotel.com‎
      • Holiday Inn Express – Boston Garden‎ | 280 Friend Street | Boston, MA 02114 | (617) 720-5544 | hiexpress.com‎
      • Onyx Hotel‎ | 155 Portland Street | Boston, MA 02114 | (617) 557-9955 | onyxhotel.com‎

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