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May 23rd, 2011


The next Free Illuminist event on Arabia Mountain is scheduled for Saturday, June 18th. 3PM. We will have at least one out-of-town visitor for consecration, and a local consecration is scheduled as well. We will, of course, have a healing circle and do whatever points Work et al that need doing.

I should mention that several of us are pooling our efforts to
document and put into some kind of coherent order any accounts our
sisters and brothers near and far would care to give of their own
experience of receiving consecration, giving consecration, receiving
points and/or giving points chauds. We have a view towards a
monograph on our Work, but, more broadly, having a permanent record of experiences in the spirit of Scientific Illuminism.

Arabia info for those who haven't been there:
From Atlanta to Arabia Mountain
. Take I-20 East to Exit #74 - Evans Mill Rd/Lithonia.
. Turn Right off the ramp onto Evans Mill Road.
. At the light continue straight onto Woodrow Dr.
(Evans Mill Road turns to the right. Do not turn right!)
. Travel on Woodrow Drive for almost 1 mile to stop sign.
. Turn right onto Klondike Road and travel approximately 1 mile.
. Continue on Klondike Road past Rockland Road.
(caution light at intersection)
. To park at north parking lot for the nature center:
turn right at 2nd driveway.

We generally park at the "nature center" (bike trails). The Mountain
itself is across Klondike pretty well hidden from the road. We
generally climb to the peak (with its rainwater pools) and go slightly
down from there to Consecration Rock where we do our Workings. With rare exceptions, we pretty much have the mountain to ourselves.
For a general overview see http://www.arabiaalliance.org/
or in more detail http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabia_Mountain

Posted by T Allen Greenfield on 23 May 2011, 19:50

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