AHBH Camp Las Vegas, Nevada is pleased to host an evening with J Daniel Gunther on 27 March 2010 e.v.
J DANIEL GUNTHER is a life-long student of esotericism, mythology, psychology and religion. For over thirty years he has been a member of A.’.A.’., the teaching Order established by Aleister Crowley. He is considered one of the foremost authorities on the doctrines of Thelema and the syncretic method of Magick and Mysticism taught by A.’.A.’. He is the author of the highly acclaimed Initiation in the Aeon of the Child, published by Ibis Press. Along with James Wasserman, he is the co-editor of the forthcoming book, Pythagoras, His Life and Teachings, which will be released in the Spring of 2010, also published by Ibis Press. He is on the editorial board of The Equinox, published by Weiser, and has served as consultant and advisor for numerous other publications in the field of occultism.

In the process of Initiation in the Aeon of the Child, it is the “Point of View” that is critical to the success of the aspirant. What is the “Right Perspective?” What is the True Message of the Averse Mysteries of Horus, Child of the New Aeon?

J Daniel Gunther examines this question with some of the most important Archetypes of Aversion that have sprang from the Collective Unconscious and the message they communicate to us concerning the Spiritual Life and our Point of View.

How does the System of Initiation in the Aeon of the Child promise such rewards for its aspirants in this incarnation? Why must you learn to walk upon your hands?

Join us March 27th, 2010 to hear J Daniel Gunther answer these and other questions central to the Mysteries of the Inward Journey. He will complete his Lecture by a dramatic recitation from Liber VII.

“This book is both enlightened and enlightening and a welcome addition to the post-Crowleyan literature. It is clearly deserving of a place in a curricula of A .˙. A .˙. and O.T.O. and it deserves to be welcomed and studied carefully by Thelemites of all persuasions.”

Hymenaeus Beta, Frater Superior, Ordo Templi Orientis

“In my opinion, this is the most important original work to be published since the death of Aleister Crowley.”

James Wasserman

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