8th April 2017ev
Craobh Ruadh Community Space, Conway Mill,
Conway Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law
Every year Thelemites around the world meet to celebrate the writing of Liber Al vel Legis, The Book of the Law. This book is a charter of individual liberty as the right of every person. Those who accept this charter are called thelemites. For those who will, it is a path of self-knowledge towards the implementation of your true will or purpose.
You are invited to participate in An Irish Thelemic celebration, which is also open to other like-minded individuals who would like to join our celebrations.
We will have ritual, readings, performance, workshops, talks, vending and will be running concurrently with the Candle of Vision Exhibition. Listings are subject to change
Love is the law, love under will
Irish Order of Thelema
- Drying Room Gallery: Esoteric Ink… 12pm to 5pm
- Drying Room Gallery: The Candle of Vision (9.00 to 17)
- Vendors: 1st Floor Reception Area (Vending from 9)*
- 9.00 AM – Candle of Vision Exhibition Open/ Informal Socialising (Drying Room Gallery)
- 10.00 Morning Resh and an Introduction to the 3 Days (Drying Room Gallery)
- 10.15 Opening Ritual -Macha invocation and Reconstruction Ritual (DRG)
- 11.00 Reading of the First Chapter of the Book of the Law (CRS)
- 11.20 talk – The Magick of Liber Legis (CRS)
- 11.50 Anne Crossey
- 12.20 Noon Resh (DRG)
- 12.30 – 13.30 LUNCH (pre-orders taken at Vending area until 11.30)
- 13.30-14.30 Sound bath (DRG)
- 14.30 Reading 2nd Chapter of the Book of the Law (CRS)
- 15.00 Ask a Thelemite (Panel including members of OTO, Irish Order of Thelema and A.’.A.’.)
- 16.30 Thelema in the Irish tradition – frater Storm d’Athrach
- Aepril schaile Dance Performance – Drying Room Gallery
18.00 FESTIVE DINNER
- Opening of AE Memorial Library, and the launch of a special edition of The Candle of Vision (Craobh Ruadh) – BYOB
- Followed by Poets, Bards and Blaggers (open format cabaret/ performances)
- 21.00 Night Resh, followed by Informal Partying On offsite
Please let us know if you intend to come so we have an idea of numbers. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This program of events is offered without charge, but donations to the maintenance of our space, or purchases at the exhibition and vending area would be much appreciated.
Meals are available onsite through a café on the ground floor (pre orders for lunch can be made in the vending area). There are also other options within a short distance. Ask at the vending area for reccomendations.
The evening meal on Saturday will by catered for by members of the Irish Order of Thelema (there will be a vegan option – please let us know if there are other special dietary needs). NB!!! For this reason we need numbers of atendees
Overnight accommodation can be found through hostels and hotels. Some of the cheaper examples include:
Belfast International Youth Hostel (from £11 a bed a night)
Vagabonds Hostel (from £13)
Global Village Hostel (from £14)
Ibis Hotel (from £70 a room)
Get There (directions, buses etc)
Buses from the City Centre to venue from Queen Street (marked on the map) approx. every 10 minutes. Press to get off when you see Spires Shopping Centre and the Leisure Centre to your right. Conway Mill in on the right after Falls Leisure Centre on Conway Street.
Venue is also about 10 minutes from the City centre, taking Castle Street, onto Divis Street, onto the Falls Road (straight series of roads from the City centre, crossing the West link). Venue is 10 to 15 minutes’ walk from City Centre, the first turn on your right, directly after the Falls Leisure Centre and Social Welfare offices.
A vending area is onsite where products made by or of interest to thelemites including crafts, books, merchandise can be left. A volunteer in charge of the vending area deals with money and keeps a record of sales. Successful vendors are asked to make a donation. Information of groups or personal services can also be left in this area.
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