Thursday, May 9, 7 p.m. CT
Beginning with the fundamentals of numerology, number bases, zero, and polygons, esoteric scholar, poet, and educator Jeanie Dean will explain what sacred geometry is, and how it is studied and applied. This lecture will explore the foundations of sacred geometry, the mystical principles of measurement, and the unique synchronicities joining the dimensions of space and time. Finally, with a nod to Pythagoras, concepts of sacred geometry in sound and temple structures, will be introduced.
Jeanie Dean, author of A New Alphabet: Iconographic Language and Textual Embodiment and the poetry collection The Whole World Stopped, is a dedicated metaphysical scholar, educator, computer analyst, dancer, designer, and educator. She is a Buddhist follower in the Nyingma tradition and an Initiated Shaman in Mayan Timekeeping. She edits the Theosophical Society in Milwaukee website and also serves as the Milwaukee Lodge librarian.