This evening was the meeting of Clwyd College of The Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia (S.R.I.A.).
Clwyd College has been doing very well these last few years since it moved its meeting location and was saved from closing. To help them out I have agreed to go into the Celebrant’s chair for the year, and it was time for my postponed Celebrant’s paper. In the S.R.I.A. it is traditional for the Celebrant to present a paper when he goes into the chair, but when I went into the chair at the last meeting, I postponed mine to allow another Frater to present one so he could secure his admission into the Second Order.
My paper was titled “21st Century Alchemy : Alchemy in the Digital Age” and it seemed to go down well, and led to a very interesting discussion, which even continued into the Festive Board. As soon as I format the paper up neatly, and add some images for colour, I will post the paper online.
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