The Alchemical Wedding: A Contemporary Esoteric Path

Lecture 1 Recording - Gift from Coros Institute - Full recording available here

The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosencreutz is a valuable text for those seeking a contemporary western path of initiation science. The search for eternal truths takes place today in an increasingly technical and polarized world. This text provides a rare opportunity to see into the very roots of the paradox. The alchemical principles that stand behind many of the arcane symbols will focus the study. Symbolic maps and images will be collaged as a means to illuminate the concepts.

Artistic exploration in painting with Pamela Whitman will deepen the morning’s work and evening dialogue sessions will center on mirroring the themes in one’s own biography.

Please bring a glue stick, a spiral sketchbook (9×12 approx.) and four or five picture magazines such as National Geographic as source material for collage.

About the presenter

Dennis Klocek, co-founder of the Coros Institute, is the Director of Consciousness Studies, a study of alchemy and transformation, at Rudolf Steiner College. Author of six books including the recently released Climate – Soul of the Earth. Also known as an international lecturer, see

Pamela Whitman, RSC adjunct faculty member, art therapist, international painting teacher, graduate of the Emerald Foundation in Holland.


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  • 7:15 pm Opening Lecture
  • Thu-Sat 9:30am – 8:30pm
  • Sunday 9:30 am – 12:30 pm


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