Lectures and Luau at William Blake Lodge

Lectures and Luau with Guest Speaker and Tiki Punch Curator David Shoemaker

In the Valley of Baltimore, William Blake Lodge has the pleasure of hosting David Shoemaker for Lectures and a Luau, March 31-April 1, 2018. Participants will learn about Scrying the Enochian Aethyrs and the Legacy of Karl Germer, followed by a tropical tiki party with cocktail punches curated by Dr. Shoemaker.  Registration rates include lunch, snacks and dinner.

Dr. David Shoemaker is a clinical psychologist in private practice, specializing in Jungian and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. He has been a member of O.T.O. and A∴A∴ since 1993, and he has many years of experience training students in these traditions.

He is the Master of 418 Lodge, O.T.O. in Sacramento, California, having succeeded Soror Meral (Phyllis Seckler), his friend and teacher. He also serves as the Most Wise Sovereign of Alpha Chapter, and as a Sovereign Grand Inspector General of O.T.O. David was the founding President of the O.T.O. Psychology Guild, and is a frequent speaker at national and regional O.T.O. events. He is also a member of the U.S. Grand Lodge Initiation Training and Planning committees, and he serves as an Advanced Initiation Trainer.

David’s popular “Living Thelema” podcasts have appeared regularly since 2010, and his widely praised Living Thelema book was published in 2013. David’s latest book, The Winds of Wisdom, contains a full record of his scrying of the Thirty Enochian Aethyrs.

William Blake Lodge is located in the historic five-story red brick Cambridge Building, built in 1925 to house clothing manufacturing businesses. The building has become a thriving urban arts and small retail center housing 35 vibrant businesses including Winecream, A1 Jukebox, and Cedar and Cotton. Read more about the historic Cambridge Building. The Lodge is located in Carrollton Ridge, an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood of South Baltimore.

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