Zoence draws on and synthesises the essence of the ancient Wisdom traditions, and presents the core truths with new discoveries and insights for the world of today and tomorrow.
These core truths are taught and shared by means of various types of events (talks, seminars, workshops, paneurhythmy, and special events and pilgrimages designed as mysteries), as well as videos, books, essays and information sheets.
Zoom meetings are also arranged for friends of Zoence.
2021 Events – Midsummer onwards
After the midsummer 5-day Golden Child 'Quantum' pilgrimage, and dependant on the COVID-19 restrictions and requirements, we hope to begin a programme of events that gradually progress to more normal on-site get-together events.
First, though, because of continuing restrictions across Europe, we are presenting in July another 'Quantum' pilgrimage (by Zoom and, for those who can, on-site), titled 'The Swan Flight through the Seven Heavens of the Rosicrucian Mysteries: The First Heaven'.
Then, in October, there is planned to be a Zoence weekend in Bad Pyrmont and the Exterland Zodiac, the throat chakra of the great Swan landscape temple of Europe. Hopefully this will be run in the more normal way, but if the on-going COVID situation still doesn't allow it, we will transform it into a Quantum-type event.
Both these events (in July and October) are interlinked and are part of the 12-year Kalki-Jupiter cycle of helping the 'Swan' aspect of Europe to fly in consciousness and sing its song of truth to the world by acting out on the stage of the world the mythological dramas of Europa and the Bull and Leda and the Swan, and the geomantic science of doing the right thing in the right place at the right time, etc.. The Europa and Bull myth is a simplification of the Dionysian Mysteries myth and, together with the Leda and Swan myth, they form the European Myth and Mystery.
Videos of the talks given by Peter and Sarah Dawkins at the Gatekeeper Trust (Virtual) Annual Conference 2020 'Loving the Land' are available to view online: -
Peter Dawkins: 'Loving the Land'
Sarah Dawkins: 'Personal reflections – Stratford and surrounds'