traditions from around the world are replete with stories and prophecies of
cosmic catastrophe and apocalyptic destruction. They also speak of a former
Golden Age and a heritage of lost knowledge, and the possibility of a
restoration of a primeval harmony. This restoration was known in Hermetic
circles as the “Great Work,” which simultaneously advanced the goal of
planetary, cultural and individual transformation.
This lecture will explore the links between
traditions of Sacred Geometry with the measurement of the great time cycles and
their relationship to catastrophic Earth changes. Modern science is continually
confirming the accuracy and sophistication of ancient knowledge. If we are to
have a future on planet Earth it is imperative that we learn the lessons of the
past. To this end the initiates of old went to extraordinary lengths to
preserve and transmit their wisdom until such time as it would become crucial to
the success of the Great Work.
That time is now!
Through his lectures Randall Carson seeks to
dispel much of the misunderstanding surrounding the subject of Earth changes and
to place the subject on a solid scientific foundation. To this end he
synthesizes the great mythic traditions of the past with cutting edge scientific
research in the fields of geology, astronomy, paleontology, archeology and
ancient history, etc.
Unlimited Horizons’ lecture will explore the varied manifestations of ancient
knowledge and the importance and value of this knowledge for our own time.
Among the areas to be explored include: Traditions of Sacred Geometry in Art,
Architecture, Mythology, Symbolism and Nature; Introduction to the tools of
Sacred Geometry, the Vesica Pisces, Dynamic Symmetry, the Golden Section,
Squaring the Circle, Cosmic Geometry and Cosmic Cycles, Sacred Geometry and
Gnostic Hermetic wisdom.
About Randall Carlson:
Architectural Designer and Master Builder,
Teacher, Geometrician, Geomythologist and geological explorer, Randall has more
than 35 years of exploration and research into the interface between ancient
mysteries and modern science. An active Freemason for over 25 years, he is past
Master of one of the oldest and largest Masonic Lodges in Georgia.
The National Science Teachers Association
recently recognized Randall for his commitment to science education. The highly
acclaimed 1997 TBS/CNN documentary “Fire from the Sky” was based upon his
research into Earth changes and catastrophic events.
He began his studies of Sacred Geometry in the
early 1970s and delivered his first lecture on the subject in 1980. Since then
he has taught and lectured about the philosophy, principles and methods to
thousands of people in numerous classes and workshops, demonstrating the value
and importance of the subject in a wide range of applications.
lives in Atlanta.
Interesting Magazine Article:
For a most revealing look at the subject matter
in store for us during Randall’s lecture, we invite you to peruse an interesting
magazine article interviewing Randall Carlson published by:
Spirit in the Smokies
Magazine of New Paradigm Living.