Gnosis, Revolutionary Psychology and Druidry
I had considered preparing some courses to offer here at The Sanctuary but being a Master of the Economy of Energy (that’s a long-winded euphemism for lazy) and, more important than the conservation of energy, also being a huge believer in not reinventing the wheel I decided instead to highly recommend the following resources.
The London Gnostic Institute
The London Gnostic Institute also known as the Gnostic Institute of Anthropology (GIA) offers through the Gnostic School an excellent online course written by Instructors of the Institute inspired by and based on the teachings and books of the great Gnostic Master Samael Aun Weor, one of the most prodigious writers of the twentieth century.
The online correspondence course is (as are many of the Institute’s courses of lectures) completely FREE! To access the lessons a password is required but this is available on request by email to the Institute.
As part of the Gnostic activities carried out by the Gnostic Institute of Anthropology, and in order to spread the Gnostic Teaching, the delivering of free courses of lectures in Gnostic Esoteric Knowledge (Gnosis) is also included. To this end, the Institute has Gnostic centres in different cities both in the U.K. and in the world at large, where the whole Gnostic work is studied in a clear and didactic way, first theoretically, through lectures, and later by combining theory with practice so that students can gradually experience what they have just studied.
For more details and to see the full Course syllabus visit the London Gnostic Institute
The British Druid Order
The British Druid Order established by Greywolf aka Phillip Shalcrass has as its aim to rekindle
the sacred fires of Druidry as a living, breathing, animistic, shamanistic, life-affirming, Earth-honouring spirituality for the 21st century, drawing inspiration from the threefold stream of Awen’s flow from its source, the Cauldron of the goddess Ceridwen.
The BDO offers a three tier set of courses from Bard through Ovate to Druid. The Bardic course is currently available but the Ovate and Druid courses are undergoing substantial revision and have been considerably delayed but I understand they should be available soon. Visit The British Druid Order.
The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids
… And finally but certainly not least the venerable Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids needs no introduction and offer a very comprehensive course stepping delightfully from Bard through Ovate to Druid and more details can be found at their website http://druidry.org/